Physics is boring? Not at all! Everyone that is interested can convince himself or herself of this at the entertaining physics lecture, which the University of Bremen traditionally organizes on the Saturday before the first Advent Sunday. The show is aimed at everyone who is enthusiastic about experiments, especially pupils, parents, teachers, and students. Once again, there will be many amazing experiments, which also include the use of ultrasound and theatre smoke. From the mass center of a broom to table tennis balls that will be accelerated to almost the speed of sound, to exploding chocolate marshmallows, it’s all on show.
The scientists will also provide a reference to everyday life. Instead of "don’t try this at home“, some experiments are explicitly examples to follow. Justus Notholt, Kathrin Sebald, Stephan Figge, Matthias Buschmann, and Christoph Turk will present the experiments.
The event will take place in lecture hall H1 in the NW1 building at Otto-Hahn-Allee 1, 28359 Bremen. It starts at 11 a.m.. Admission begins at 10.40 a.m. and is free.
Prof. Dr. Justus Notholt
Institute of Environmental Physics
Faculty of Physics/Electrical Engineering
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-62190
Email: jnotholtprotect me ?!iup.physik.uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de