Here you can find out all about upcoming and past events of the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy. You will also find exciting event tips about the world of physics in our calendar.
On November 29, 2023, the Ruhr University Annual Academic Celebration will begin at 5 p.m. in the Audimax.
Galactic puzzle fun - Free and open access: "Our Universe. The puzzle tour." offers exciting puzzle fun in downtown Bochum.
In keeping with this year's theme of the nationwide "Year of Science 2023 - Our Universe", Bochum Marketing in cooperation with Think-Square Bochum will be hosting the following events from September 25 to 22....
Together with the Alfried Krupp School Laboratory of Science, the Physics Didactics invites interested school groups to the Labs4Future project.
Who is responsible for what in the administration? What services are available for research? So that new researchers do not have to laboriously search for this information at the Ruhr-Universität, the...
The lecture series brings researchers to their home towns. Astronomy professor Susanne Hüttemeister is a guest in Altena.
From August 16 - 20, 2023, the mobile planetarium show "Universe on Tour" will stop at the Park of the Twin Cities in Dortmund. Local research institutes from Dortmund and Bochum present their research
Calendar of events
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