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  • Formas que se encuentran en los estados cuánticos de los núcleos 110-112Cd. /UAM 21/10/2019

    Descubren rotaciones cuánticas inesperadas en los isótopos de cadmio

    Los sistemas estables de isótopos de cadmio son considerados el paradigma de núcleos atómicos que vibran alrededor de una forma esférica. Un reciente trabajo, en el que participa la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), demuestra que estos sistemas cuánticos tienen una estructura mucho más compleja de la que creíamos, en la que coexisten diferentes formas girando en lugar de vibrar. Los resultados se publican en Physical Review Letters.

  • 23/10/2018

    The Department of Theoretical Physics and the Institute of Theoretical Physics participate in a new H2020 project

    A new Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (MSCA-ITN) funded by the European Union H2020 programme named "European network for Particle physics, Lattice field theory and Extreme computing" (EuroPLEx) has recently been approved (Grant Agreement: 813942; duration: Jan. 2019 - Dec. 2022).

  • 06/06/2018

    Reunión proyecto Estallidos

    Durante tres días, del 6 al 8 de junio, los componentes del proyecto coordinado ESTALLIDOS, procedentes del CIEMAT, el Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, el Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias y la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, que actúa como nodo coordinador, se reunieron en el CIEMAT para hablar de sus actividades recientes y también de cómo abordar los retos que se presentan en el futuro cercano.

  • III Jornadas de  Astronomía 20/04/2018

    III Jornadas de Astronomía

    Durante los pasados 20 y 27 de abril se ha celebrado en nuestro campus la tercera edición de las Jornadas de Astronomía en la UAM, una actividad de carácter anual organizada por el Observatorio Astronómico de la UAM y la Agrupación Astronómica Antares, en colaboración con la Asociación Nacional de Estudiantes Universitarios de Ciencias Físicas NUSGREM.

  • The CMS best fit value of the ttH signal strength modifier 04/06/2018

    The Higgs boson reveals its affinity for the top quark at ATLAS and CMS

    New results from the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the LHC reveal how strongly the Higgs boson interacts with the heaviest known elementary particle, the top quark, corroborating our understanding of the Higgs and setting constraints on new physics.

  • Foto del cartel anunciador 07/03/2018

    6th general meeting of the Hyper-Kamiokande proto-Collaboration [at UAM]

    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 13-16 de marzo de 2018

     

    Hyper-Kamiokande is a scientific project supported by relevant Japanese institutes and lead by ICRR U. Tokyo and KEK, and includes the involvement of scientific organisations globally (see http://www.hyper-k.org)

    The meeting is expected to attract 100 participants, including renowned figures in the field of neutrinos research and their respective research teams.

    These meetings are usually held at Kashiwa campus, Tokyo University.  The current meeting being one of the few times that it takes place outside Japan; this is due to the excellent working relations between Japanese and Spanish scientists in this field of Science

  • Foto del catedrático José Luis Egido 02/03/2018

    Prof. J. L. Egido is selected as "Outstanding Referee" by the American Physics Society

    The American Physical Society (APS) has selected 147 Outstanding Referees for 2018 that have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts published in the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online at http://journals.aps.org/OutstandingReferees.

  • 25/10/2017

    Prof. Gabriel Martinez Pinedo key in the understanding of the production process of heavy elements of the Universe

    The detection of the gravitational wave GW170817 produced by the merger of two neutron stars and the electromagnetic signals associated to it has been a breakthrough for many areas of Physics.

  • Multidark Galaxies 25/10/2017

    Astronomers create publicly available Virtual Universe

    The Universe is filled with an immeasurable number of galaxies that themselves are accumulations of billions of stars. Understanding how these 'islands in the universe’ formed and evolved and how they are distributed throughout the Universe is central to the field of Cosmology. Luckily, we now live in an era where both ground-­‐ and space-­‐based telescopes are being designed to study the Universe out to unprecedented distances, peering back billions of years to when the Universe was an infant. But the interpretation of these data requires theoretical models. As such, astronomers generate model universes, where galaxies are simulated, which may act as a test bed for the assessment of theories. However, such virtual universes are computationally expensive, numerically challenging, and often lack the sheer number and details of the galaxies we observe.

  • 04/08/2017

    The Hyper-Kamiokande project is in the official road map of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

    The Hyper-Kamiokande project is in the official road map of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

    http://www.hyper-k.org/en/news/news-20170807.html

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