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University of Pardubice issued a secret matter

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Wednesday, 13 April at the University of Pardubice seminar participants issued a secret matter. On the road from elementary particles to the solids is carried out three renowned experts. Expert workshop organized by University of Pardubice, Pardubice, in cooperation with the branch of the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists.

Lecture entitled "From the elementary particles to the solids will be held on Wednesday 13th ** April 16 to 20 hours in the congress hall of the Rectorate of the University of Pardubice **. The seminar will be moderated by Mgr. Libor tow Faculty of Economics and Administration, the President of the Pardubice branch of the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists. * "We welcome everyone to the seminar, who is interested in physics and the nature of things and phenomena around us. In particular, will certainly attract experiences and results from a giant particle accelerator at CERN in Switzerland, "* points Koudela.

As its first contribution will ** Assoc. Ing. Rupert Leitner, DrSc .** Institute of Particle and Nuclear Physics, Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague. He currently works at the International ** ** ATLAS, which are studied in collisions of protons with protons in the accelerator ** Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Switzerland **. His lecture, which starts on Wednesday the seminar, dedicated to the results of this experiment. As the CERN European Laboratory for Particle Physics is the largest particle physics research center in the world. Founded in 1954 and is engaged in exploring the physical nature of matter with the most modern scientific methods and tools, involving twenty EU member states. Center is located on the Franco-Swiss border west of Geneva. The local facility operates around 9500 scientists, half of all particle physicists in the world. Scientists representing 500 universities and other academic departments and more than 80 nationalities.

The Professor Leitner will follow his lecture on ** „Where are the limits of the quantum world?“ Prof. Ing. Petr Kulhanek, PhD .**, who works at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague and deals with theoretical physics and astrophysics. In this paper we will find the answer to the question of where it ends with a microcosm of his unusual features, which in the early 20th century physics caught out most of the time.

Expert seminar concludes ** Assoc. Ing. Štefan Zajac, CSc .** Faculty of Nuclear and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. His paper called ** „Achievements and Problems of Solid State Physics“ ** will be given a wide range of macroscopic properties of solids, which during the 20th century were explained by microscopic approaches.

The organization of the seminar, which is part of the IPN Support technical and scientific fields and is funded by the European Social Fund and national budget of the Czech Republic participated in addition to the University of Pardubice and the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists the Department of Mathematics Faculty of Economics and Management and Department of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and security technology Jan Perner Transport Faculty, University of Pardubice.

More information about the seminar at or More information and contact:

  • Mgr. Libor Koudela *
  • Department of Mathematics Faculty of Economics and Administration *
  • Phone 466 036 014, e-mail libor.koudela @ *
  • Ing. Valerie Wágnerová *
  • Chancellor – University of Pardubice spokesperson *
  • Phone 466 036 555, e-mail *

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