Paolo Giubellino Takes Up New Position as Scientific Managing Director of FAIR and GSI

Paolo Giubellino Takes Up New Position as Scientific Managing Director of FAIR and GSI
G. Otto, GSI

On January 1, 2017, Professor Paolo Giubellino became the first joint scientific managing director of Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Europe GmbH (FAIR GmbH) and GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH in Darmstadt. In addition, he has taken over the position of spokesperson of the management of FAIR and GSI. In September, the FAIR Council and the GSI Supervisory Board announced their decision to appoint Giubellino.

Direct detection of elusive thorium-229 isomer among "Physics World Top Ten Breakthroughs of the Year 2016"

19.12.2016
Graphical representation of a nuclear clock based on a transition in the atomic nucleus of thorium-229 (left). For the first time, electrons emitted in the deexcitation of the isomer into the ground state (top right) could be directly detected. The corres

Direct detection of elusive thorium-229 isomer among "Physics World Top Ten Breakthroughs of the Year 2016"

Inauguration of the HIM Research Building on January 27!

Research Building for Structure, Symmetry and Stability of Matter and Antimatter is opened
19.12.2016

The president of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz invites to the inauguration of the new research building of the Helmholtz Institute Mainz.

WELCOME ADDRESS
Professor Georg Krausch-President of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

OPENING ADDRESS
Professor Konrad Wolf- Minister for Science, Continued Education and Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate
Professor Otmar D. Wiestler - President of the Helmholtz AssociationProfessor Paolo Giubellino - Scientific Managing Director of GSI Helmoltz Center for Heavy Ion Research GmbH
Professor Frank Maas - Director of the Helmholtz Institute Mainz
Markus Rank -State Agency for Real Estate and Construction Management in Rhineland-Palatinate

 

Schüler sammelt Forschungserfahrung am Helmholtz-Institut Mainz (HIM)

PANDA-experiment

Sein  Schülerpraktikum in der 10. Klasse  nutzte der 16-jährige Finn Jäschke vom Otto-Schott-Gymnasium in Mainz dazu, erste Erfahrungen mit Wissenschaft und Forschung zu sammeln.  Am Helmholtz-Institut Mainz  entwickelte er unter Anleitung von Dr. Capozza in der Arbeitsgruppe von Prof. Maas ein Programm zur Steuerung eines Analog-Digital-Wandlers in der Programmiersprache Phyton. Mit dessen Hilfe werden die Signale eines Teilchendetektors digitalisiert und erfasst.

„Das war auch meine Motivation, dieses Praktikum in einem Forschungsinstitut zu machen“, erzählt Finn Jäschke. „Ich wollte direkt dazu beitragen, Neues zu entdecken und wissenschaftliche Probleme zu lösen!“.

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