Lecture Series: Our Universe - From the Big Bang to the Origin of the Earth
With our lecture series "Our Universe - From the Big Bang to the Origin of the Earth" we invite listeners from all faculties and interested visitors to a journey through the history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the formation of galaxies, stars and planets to the origin of the Earth and life. Each week our lecturers will present you with a different topic. No specific prior knowledge of physics is required for the lecture, but we do assume a strong interest in scientific topics.
Program in summer semester 2023
|April 14||Our universe as a whole -|
|April 21||Why we are all 13.8 billion years old -|
The origin of the elements
(Exp. Phys. I)
|April 28||The view into the universe -|
new telescopes for astronomy
|May 5||Our Milky Way -|
a new look at a typical spiral galaxy
|May 12||New windows to the cosmos -|
what particles and gravitational waves tell us
|D. Elsässer (Fak.
Physics, TU Dortmund)
|May 19||The "zoo" of galaxies -|
their formation and development
|May 26||Active galactic nuclei -|
the "monsters" at the center of galaxies.
|June 9||The birth and the moving life of stars||K. Weis
|June 16||Exoplanets -|
in search of the second Earth.
|S. Huettemeister (Fak.
Physics & Astronomy
|June 23||Shielded by the wind -|
the heliosphere and life on earth
(Theor. Physics IV)
|June 30||The earth from space||A. Rienow (Fak.
|July 7||The formation of the earth||S. Chakraborty (Fak.
|July 14||The origin of life -|
From simple building blocks to complex molecules
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Calendar of events
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