Current Programmes

2-27 February 2015

Dark Matter: Astrophysical probes, Laboratory test, Theory aspects

    4-29 May 2015

    The new Milky Way: Impact of large spectroscopic surveys on our understanding of the Milky Way in the Gaia-era

      1-26 June 2015

      Indirect Searches for New Physics in the LHC and Flavour Precision Era

        29 June - 24 July 2015

        Anticipating 14 TeV: Insights into Matter from the LHC and Beyond

          27 July - 21 August 2015

          Star Formation History of the Universe

            24 August - 18 September 2015

            The many faces of neutron stars

              Topical Workshops

              1-3 June 2015

              Flavour 2015: New Physics at High Energy and High Precision

              13-15 July 2015

              Anticipating discoveries: LHC14 and beyond

              ABOUT MIAPP

              The Munich Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics (MIAPP) hosts several topical workshops in astrophysics, cosmology, nuclear- and particle physics per year. Each workshop lasts up to four weeks and serves as a center for scientific exchange. MIAPP workshops include seminars, organized by the coordinators of the workshop, and provide a stimulating platform for informal discussions, collaborations and creative thinking. For every workshop about 30 international scientists will be invited to attend together with Munich-based researchers. A minimum stay of two weeks is required. External researchers receive financial support to participate in the workshops.

              The institute is part of the Excellence Cluster „Universe“ and is embedded in the academic environment of the physics departments of both Munich universities, the local Max Planck Institutes and the European Southern Observatory (ESO). It is located at Garching Research Campus.

              Future Programmes

              4–29 April 2016

              Cosmic Reionization

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              2–27 May 2016

              Higher Spin Theory and Duality

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              30 May–24 June 2016

              Why is there more Matter than Antimatter in the Universe?

              • Registration

              25 July–19 August 2016

              Chemical Evolution of the Galaxies

              • Registration

              22 August–16 September2016

              The Physics of Supernovae

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              24 October–18 November 2016

              Precision Flavour Physics with the BELLE II Detector

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              Technische Universität München
              Exzellenzcluster Universe

              Boltzmannstr. 2
              D-85748 Garching

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