Minister Wolf und Helmholtz-Präsident besuchen Helmholtz-Institut Mainz

Vorreiter für erfolgreiche Kooperationen zwischen Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft und Universitäten
Pressemitteilung des MWWK
Foto: G. Otto, GSI
21.06.2016 - Heute hat Wissenschaftsminister Konrad Wolf gemeinsam mit dem Präsidenten der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft Otmar Wiestler und dem Vizepräsidenten für Forschung der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Wolfgang Hofmeister das Helmholtz-Institut Mainz (HIM) und den Forschungsbau „Struktur, Symmetrie und Stabilität von Materie und Antimaterie“ besichtigt, der auf dem Uni-Campus in unmittelbarer Nähe der Institute für Kernphysik, Physik und Kernchemie steht.

HIM-Guest Scientist Prof. Michael Gericke arrived

25.6.2016
source: private

The EMP-section (Electromagnetic Processes in Antiproton Annihilation) of the Helmholtz-Institute welcomes Prof. Michael Gericke from Manitoba-University as a Guest Scientist.

For the next 7 months, Prof. Gericke will research alongside HIM-scientists and make use of networking activities at JGU and GSI.

He can be reached through the EMP-section: http://www.kph.uni-mainz.de/1037.php

 

HIM-Professor Budker receives EU funding for his search for dark matter and dark energy

Budker is embarking on a systematic search for the particles that make up dark matter and the components that make up dark energy
This metal cylinder is the outermost layer of a four-layer magnetic shield. At its center is a paraffin-coated rubidium gas chamber that acts as a magnetic sensor. Foto: A. Wickenbrock

 

2.05.2016 - Professor Dmitry Budker has been granted EUR 2.5 million in funding by the European Research Council (ERC) for his new project involving the hunt for dark matter and dark energy. Budker came to Mainz from the University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA, in early 2014. He holds a professorship at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) in Experimental Atomic Physics and is section head at the Helmholtz Institute Mainz (HIM). Using a new approach, Budker is embarking on a systematic search for the particles that make up dark matter and the components that make up dark energy. Dark matter and dark energy are still among the great puzzles of physics. Jointly referred to as the "dark sector," they make up about 95 percent of the universe.

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