Announcements

Upcoming events

First Newsletter 2017
  • The current newsletter is available here.
  • Bethe Forum "Discrete Symmetries", April 3rd - 7th, 2017
    Convenors: Steve King (Southampton), Stefan Antusch (Basel), Hans Peter Nilles (Bonn) and Andreas Trautner (Bonn)
  • Bethe-Colloquium by Richard Neher (Basel), May 4th, 2017
  • Bethe Forum "SUSY breakdown confronting LHC and other data", May 29th - June 2nd, 2017
    Convenors: Xerxes Tata (Hawaii), Manuel Drees (Bonn), Hans Peter Nilles (Bonn), Stefan Pokorski (Warsaw)
  • Bethe-Colloquium by Joseph D. Lykken (Fermilab), June 1st, 2017
  • Bethe-Colloquium by Fernando Quevedo (Trieste), June 22nd, 2017
  • Lecture Series on "Conformal Field Theories, Trace Anomalies and Their Applications", July 3rd - 7th, 2017
    Lecturer: Stefan Theisen (MPI for Gravitational Physics, Potsdam)
  • Bethe-Colloquium by Zoltan Fodor (Budapest and Wuppertal), July 6th, 2017

Further information will be given as soon as it is available.

Bethe Forum "Discrete Symmetries"

03.04.2017 – 07.04.2017
Poster Discrete Symmetries
We are happy to announce the Bethe Forum on "Discrete Symmetries", taking place from 3rd to 7th April, 2017, in the Bethe Center for Theoretical Physics in Bonn. The organizers are Steve King (Southampton), Stefan Antusch (Basel), Hans Peter Nilles (Bonn), and Andreas Trautner (Bonn).

For more information and the registration see the webpage.

Bethe Colloquium by Richard Neher

May 2017
James Wells

The next Bethe Colloquium will take place on Thursday, May 4th
(4:15 pm) in Hörsaal I:

  • Richard Neher (Biozentrum, University of Basel)
  • Rapid adaptation and the predictability of next year's flu
  • Hörsaal I, Physikalisches Institut

Abstract: Evolution is simple if adaptive mutations, that is evolutionary innovations, appear and spread one at a time. However, in large microbial populations many mutations arise simultaneously resulting in a complex dynamics of competing variants. I will discuss recent insights into universal properties of such rapidly adapting populations which has surprising parallels to the physics of front propagation and disordered systems. Not only do these models describe observations, but they also allow to predict which variants in the population are likely to be successful. When applied to seasonal influenza virus, such predictions can anticipate virus variants of future seasons and help to optimize the influenza vaccine.  

Bethe Forum "SUSY breakdown confronting LHC and other data"

29.05.2017 – 02.06.2017
Poster SUSY breakdown
We are happy to announce the Bethe Forum on "SUSY breakdown confronting LHC and other data", taking place from 29th May to 2nd June, 2017, in the Bethe Center for Theoretical Physics in Bonn.
The Bethe Forum is organized by Xerxes Tata (Hawaii), Manuel Drees (Bonn), Hans Peter Nilles (Bonn), and Stefan Pokorski (Warsaw).

For more information and the registration see the webpage.