Welcome to the Press and Public Relations area of the Cluster of Excellence PRISMA at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Here you can find the latest press releases and event announcements.
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PRISMA ANNOUNCEMENTS and NEWS
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PRISMA SCHOOL 2018 | Photosensors and Signal Processing in Particle Detectors
EXHIBITION - AUSSTELLUNG | Vom Sichtbarmachen des Unsichtbaren
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PHIPSI 2017 | International workshop on e+e- collisions from Phi to Psi
Bild-Urheber: Niels Paul Bethe - MESA Animation; Gestaltung: artefont
The 11th edition of the "International workshop on e+e- collisions from Phi to Psi" (PhiPsi17) is organized by the Institute for Nuclear Physics of the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz and will be held at Schloss Waldthausen, an early 20th century mansion located in the forests at the north-western Mainz city limits, on June 26-29, 2017.
PhiPsi17 is the continuation of the biennial workshop series, started in Karlsruhe (1996) and in Novosibirsk (1999). The aim is to bring together experimentalists and theorists to review in detail the status of hadron physics at low energy accelerators, share new developments, and discuss the potential of existing and future facilities. ...
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM | Weltrekord für Mainzer Physiker
Physicists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have achieved an official Guinness World Records™ world record by building the world's longest magnetic ball accelerator over a distance of 546 metres. The record attempt was organized by the PRISMA Cluster of Excellence in cooperation with two local schools, the Rabanus-Maurus-Gymnasium and the Otto-Schott-Gymnasium, and was officially promoted by the Rhineland-Palatinate state minister for Education, Dr. Stefanie Hubig, and the state minister for Science, Continuing Education, and Culture, Prof. Dr. Konrad Wolf. ...