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Lena Funcke (Foto: privat)

Lena Funcke completed her doctorate at the Max Planck Institute for Physics at the age of just 23. For her outstanding doctoral thesis, she receives the Dieter Rampacher Prize, which is awarded annually by the Max Planck Society to its youngest doctoral researcher to obtain a PhD.

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Artistic view of collisions in Belle II

The Belle II detector got off to a successful start in Japan. Since March 25, 2019, the instrument has been measuring the first particle collisions, which are generated in the modernized SuperKEKB accelerator. The new duo produces more than 50 times the number of collisions compared to its...

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Prof. Dr. Stephan Paul leads the new Max Planck Fellow Group at the MPP (Photo: A. Heddergott/TUM)

A new research group will be launched at the Max Planck Institute for Physics (MPP) in early January 2019. Its main focus will be on the analysis of decay of the tau lepton, an elementary particle related to the electron. The “Tautology Project” will be led by Max-Planck Fellow Stephan Paul,...

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The LST-1 on La Palma is the first telescope of the CTA observatory.

On 10 October 2018, the LST-1 (Large-Sized Telescope) will be inaugurated in the Canary Islands in La Palma. It is the first of over 100 planned telescopes overall in the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA). The instruments are designed to capture objects and events that hurl out particles of maximum...

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Prof. Dr. Giulia Zanderighi

Theoretical physicist Giulia Zanderighi is joining the Max Planck Institute for Physics (MPP) as new Director. The 43-year-old scientist was most recently a Professor at the University of Oxford and carried out research in the theoretical department at CERN. Her area of expertise is collider...

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