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Academic Year 2019 – 2020

Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Excursions:

  • Visit GEO600 Gravitational Wave Observatory (part of LIGO) in Ruthe, Hannover.
    Operated by the Institute for Gravitational Physics, Leibniz University Hannover.
    Contact person: Benjamin Knispel (possibly via Stina Scheer); Suggested by Marco, Jonas.
  • Visit ZARM Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity in Bremen.
    Contacts person: Mikka Pliath, visit@zarm.uni-bremen.de
  • Visit ESA (possibly AirBus factory) in Bremen. (in collaboration with Engineering Society)
  • Attend the International Astronautical Congress in Bremen's OBV Arena

On-Campus Events:

  • Club Fair (2nd of September)
  • The General Relativity Marathon (seminar on GR: ONGOING - CLICK FOR MORE DETAILS)
  • Project L (revolutionizing jacobs physics labs: ONGOING)
  • University Physics Competition
  • STEM Slam (with collaboration with other societies)
  • LaTeX Workshop
  • 2018 Nobel Prize Party
  • Physics Quiz Night
  • Physics Christmas Night
  • Ultimate Frisbee Game with the Maths Society
  • OMeGa Lesum Relay Round with the Maths Society (race)
  • Pi Day Celebration with the Maths Society

Movie Screenings:

  • Screening of "The Man Who Knew Infinity" by majority vote
  • Screening of "Interstellar" by a benevolent dictator decision
  • Screening of "Solaris (1976)" by dictator decision
  • Traditional Screening of the Film "Primer"

Academic Year 2017 – 2018

Excursions:

  • Visit the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) in Hamburg.
  • Visit GEO600 Gravitational Wave Observatory (part of LIGO) in Ruthe, Hannover.
    Operated by the Institute for Gravitational Physics, Leibniz University Hannover.
    Contact person: Benjamin Knispel (possibly via Stina Scheer); Suggested by Marco, Jonas.

On-Campus Events:

  • Halloween Prep-rally
  • University Physics Competition – One team submitted and got 10th place
  • π-Day (with collaboration with the Maths Society)
  • Game Night (featuring Mafia / Werewolf and more)
  • The General Relativity Marathon (workshop on GR)
  • STEM Slam (with collaboration with other societies) – Two winners from the Physics Society (Daniel, Aiman) taking 1st and 2nd places respectively
  • Physics Graduation Party

Movie Screenings

  • Primer (Spring Break) (fill out the Doodle poll here!)
  • The Theory of Everything
  • Fat man and little boy
  • King Fury
  • Feynman Lecture Night (After Finals)

 

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  1. So concerning GEO600, maybe it would be nice if we can make it happen this semester. We can initiate contact with the person you specified, but I don't know the contact person's email. You can provide me with that, or perhaps you can proceed, and maybe keep me/us in CC? Organizing the trip to DESY was as simple as sending them an email to tell them that we have a group of enthusiastic physics students who'd love a tour.