HIP NEWS March 12th 2018
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS / HIP JOINT COLLOQUIA / SEMINARS
Tuesday 13 March 2018 at 10.15 in A315
Joosep Pata (ETH Zürich)
Searching for the direct top-Higgs coupling at CMS using the matrix element method
More information on http://www.hip.fi/seminars/
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM ON 16.03.2018 AT 14.15 IN D101
You are warmly invited to our next departmental colloquium. Our speaker on Friday is our own Minna Palmroth, who will give an inaugural lecture to her colleagues here at the department, titled “Space is the new black!”. Minna is both Professor of Computational Space Physics and Director of the new Finnish Centre of Excellence in Research of Sustainable Space, and in her talk she will discuss the the commercialisation of space, the growth of startups focussing on satellites and the implications these and other factors have for our use of space as a shared resource.
The talk will last 30 minutes, after which there will be a cocktail reception. Welcome!
For more information please visit: http://blogs.helsinki.fi/physics-colloquium/
PHYSICS DAYS 2018 – SEEING THE INVISIBLE
Physics Days 2018 – Fysiikan päivät 2018, the 52nd annual meeting of the Finnish Physical Society, will be held at LOGOMO in Turku, March 21-23, 2018. The event is jointly organized by the Finnish Physical Society and University of Turku.
Registration is open and it is done via Aboa Congress and Event Services. The early registration period is 15.11.2018 – 15.02.2018 and the late registration period is 16.02.2018 – 05.03.2018.
THE MAIKKI FRIBERG EQUALITY AWARD: SUGGEST A CANDIDATE
The Maikki Friberg Award is granted annually for notable work towards the promotion of equality at the University of Helsinki. All members of the University community may suggest a candidate. Communities and units may also propose themselves for the award.
Submit your suggestions by Submit your suggestions by 23rd March 2018.
Instructions can be found in flamma https://flamma.helsinki.fi/en/HY360853
ACADEMY OF FINLAND: FUNDING FOR NSF GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWS FOR RESEARCH IN FINLAND
The funding is applied for by the Finnish host of the Graduate Research Fellow.
The US National Science Foundation (NSF) awards Graduate Research Fellow (GRF) grants to talented US researchers working on their doctoral thesis for research spells in Finland or other countries included in the Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW) programme.
Application time: 1 March 2018 – 25 April 2018
Inquiries via email: researchfunding-services [@] helsinki.fi
More information http://www.aka.fi/en/funding/apply-now/academy-calls/funding-for-nsf-graduate-research-fellows-for-research-in-finland/
RESEARCH FUNDING: (KUMPULA) ERC GENERAL INFO IN KUMPULA
Wednesday 18 April 2018 at 14h15-16h00
More information: ulrika.backman [@] helsinki.fi