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Graduate Seminar, 28th January

Speaker: Grzegorz Żarnecki Title: T2K results on CP violation in the neutrino sector Abstract: Each of the three flavour states of neutrinos is a superposition of mass eigenstates. The flavour-mass mixing matrix may have an irreducible imaginary component resulting in possible CP symmetry violation in neutrino oscillations, i.e. asymmetries between neutrino and antineutrino oscillations. In …

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Graduate Seminar, 5th November

Speaker: Albin Nilsson Title: Lorentz Violation and Extra Dimensions with Gravity Probe B Abstract: The satellite experiment Gravity Probe B uses four gyroscopes to test General Relativity using the gravity well of the Earth through the de Sitter and Lens-Thirring effects. However, the errors from this experiment are quite large, which allows for alternative explanations …

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Graduate Seminar, 15th October

Speaker: Anatolii Koval Title: Exploration of thermosphere wave field planetary structure via in-situ satellite measurements Abstract: The Earth’s atmosphere is in the process of dynamic adaptation and global movements striving to equilibrium. Development of new models requires a generation of much more precise numerical models of geo-space. Plenty of observations and theoretical estimations exposes the importance of …

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Graduate seminar, 8th October

Speaker: Paweł Kowalski Title: Design and optimization of the strip PET scanner based on plastic scintillators Abstract: The novel whole-body PET system based on plastic scintillators is developed by the J-PET Collaboration. It consists of plastic scintillator strips arranged axially in the form of a cylinder, allowing the cost-effective construction of the total-body PET. In …

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