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I'm a particle physicist and postdoctoral researcher at JGU Mainz. My research is focused on deepening our understanding of particle physics and connecting different research areas. You can also find me drawing, tattooing and having a beer. I'm looking forward to the first Pint of Science in Mainz!
I am a curious person who likes to learn new stuff and meet interesting people. The PoS initiative looks like a good option to me to do both at the same time - and enjoy some good old Pils vom Fass.
I am PhD student in nuclear physics at the University of Brussels but I have been working in Germany for the past year. I have always liked to read researches from other fields as well as sharing my research with non-initiated! Pint-of-science mixes two of my favourite activities: science and beers!
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I am a theoretical particle physicist, studying how to detect the effects of new undiscovered particles. I enjoy talking about the science I do, and learning about the exciting research going on in other fields.
I work as a public relations officer for the Prisma+ Cluster of Excellence. One goal of my work is sharing knowledge: For that we bring our research to the stage and to the general public.
I work in the public relations department of the physics faculty and organize physics programs for high school students. As a teacher, I always enjoy learning new things and communicating knowledge creatively - that's what Pint of Science does, isn't it?
Professor in theoretical particle physics, trying to unlock the mysteries of the universe using gravitational wave observations and data from colliders like the CERN LHC. I am also enthusiastic about coffee, legos and rock music.
Besides working on my PhD in molecular biology, I like to get involved in activities making (basic) scientific research relatable to everyone. What could help more with this than combining it with a nice glass of Weinschorle?