Seminars

Next to our group seminar, we are participating in the Colloqium of the Physics Department, the Theory Colloqium of the Department of Physics, the Emerging Field Initiative (EFI) seminar , the ECAP (Erlanger Center for Astroparticle Physics) seminar and the Inernational Loop Quantum Gravity Seminar (ILQGS). More information about those seminars can be found below and on the individual pages of the seminars.

Colloquium of the Physics Department

On Mondays at 5 p.m. c.t. at HE.
Further information on the Physics Colloquium can be found on the homepage of the Department of Physics.

Theory Colloquium

The colloquium takes place biweekly on Tuesdays from 4 p.m.c.t- 6 p.m. at HF.
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EFI-Seminar

An official EFI seminar is held together with the mathematicians on Thursdays 4 pm. More details about the emerging field project "Quantum Geometry" and the current schedule of the EFI seminar can be found on the official emerging field project homepage .

ECAP-Seminar

The ECAP-Seminar is held weekly on Thursdays at 4 p.m. s.t. at SRTL (307).

Group Seminar

Our group seminar takes place on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. s.t. at SR 02.729. For a schedule of current and future talks and more information please go to the group seminar page on this homepage.

Students Quantum Gravity Seminar (SQGS)

The Students Quantum Gravity Seminar (SQGS) is a seminar organzied by students of our institute with the aim to deepen the scientific exchange among students. The seminar takes place biweekly on Mondays at 4 p.m. s.t. at SR 02.729. For a schedule of current and future talks and more information please go to the students quantum gravity seminar page on this homepage.

ILQGS

The International Loop Quantum Gravity Seminar is a phone conference seminar held biweekly on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. s.t. at SR 02.729. For the current schedule of the seminar and more information please go to the ILQGS page on this homepage.

Further seminars

On Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. at H13, Cauerstsraße 11.
Further information on the Mathematics Colloquium can be obtained from the homepage of the Department of Mathematics.

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