5 October 2022
Karlsruher Institute for Technology, Campus South
Europe/Berlin timezone

Prof. Reinhard Genzel received the 2020 Nobel Prize for discovering a 'compact massive object' at the center of the Milky Way. Prof. Genzel is director of the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching.

He now received the Heinrich-Hertz-Professorship and will come to KIT on October 4 and 5. He will be happy to have a get-together with the Doctoral Fellows of KSETA. All fellows are cordially invited to chat with him.

The meeting will be informal; we plan to start the discussion with your questions on his seminar talk on the day before, see  https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2962 . Afterwards you are encouraged to discuss with him everything you want, just ask what you always wanted to ask a Nobel Prize laureate.

 

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Europe/Berlin
Karlsruher Institute for Technology, Campus South
building 30.23, room 3/1
Wolfgang Gaede Str. 1 76131 Karlsruhe
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