The Cluster of Excellence PRISMA+ addresses the basic questions about the nature of the fundamental building blocks of matter and their importance for the physics of the universe. PRISMA+ consists of renowned research groups that work primarily in the areas of astroparticle, high energy and hadron physics, nuclear chemistry as well as precision physics with ultra-cold neutrons and ion traps. Conducting various new key experiments to study the fundamental forces and limits of the Standard Model is one of the main initiatives of the Cluster.
photo: Matthias Neubert (left) and Hartmut Wittig; coordinators of PRISMA+
The renowned journal Science recently reported on progress in the construction of the neutrino experiment JUNO in southern China. Prof. Michael Wurm and his group are involved -
especially in the installation and commissioning of the predetector OSIRIS.
Dr. Bastian Schlag receives the 'ATLAS Thesis Award 2022' during the ATLAS Collaboration Meeting. The former PhD student of Prof. Dr. Volker Büscher is now doing postdoctoral research in the USA. Since 2010, the ATLAS collaboration honors its best PhD students with this award. Congratulations!