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About the lecturer:

Isar P. G. graduated from the Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest (class of 2003) and later was employed at ISS. She continued with master studies at the University of Bucharest and University of Bonn via Erasmus (class of 2005), then obtained her doctorate with a DAAD-Helmholtz scholarship at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany (class of 2010). Since returning home in 2013 she completed a postdoctoral national project at ISS, and in 2015 she is about to finalise a national partnership project. Since 2006 she is a member of the cosmic radiation international collaborations of the KASCADE-Grande and LOPES experiments and since 2012 she joined the Pierre Auger Observatory collaboration. More information can be found at: www.spacescience.ro/isar.

 

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Joi, 5 martie 2015, CareerTeam organizează o ediţie specială, având ca invitat pe Dr. Gina Isar, Cercetător științific grad II în cadrul Institutului de Ştiinţe Spaţiale (ISS) de la Măgurele şi reprezentant instituţional (ISS) la Observatorul Pierre Auger, va susţine în Facultatea de Electronică, Telecomunicații și Tehnologia Informației un seminar cu privire la această colaborare internaţională la care România s-a alăturat ca membru cu drepturi depline în martie 2014.

Prezentarea va avea loc în Corpul A al Facultății, sala A101, începând cu orele 18:00

La seminar este invitat să participe orice student al Universității Politehnica București care este interesat de subiectele abordate și își dorește șă afle mai multe despre oportunitățile de colaborare cu ISS.

Participanţii la seminar vor avea ocazia de a afla direct de la Dr. Gina Isar mai mai multe despre particulele cosmice, despre care nu se ştie încă cu exactitate de unde vin, cum sunt produse şi accelerate la energii mult mai mari decât cele pe care LHC-CERN din Geneva le poate atinge pentru a studia fizica fundamentală.

Colaborarea Pierre Auger îşi propune să dezvăluie misterele razelor cosmice de energii ultra-înalte angrenând oameni de ştiinţă de pe întreg globul şi utilizând tehnici complementare de detecţie pe o suprafaţă de 3000 km pătraţi in pampasul argentinian, de 10 ori suprafaţa Bucureştiului.

Mai mult, echipa proiectului CareerTeam oferă, la finalul prezentării, o invițatie dublă la filmul “The Theory of Everything”! Data și ora pot fi alese de câștigătorul tombolei CT, singura condiție fiind să se fi înscris la seminar.

Vă aşteptăm la o ediţie speciaţă CareerTeam să aflăm împreună misterele cosmice şi cum putem să beneficiem de oportunităţile oferite de ISS special pentru studenţii UPB.

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On March the 5th, CareerTeam organizes a special edition having invited over PhD. Gina Isar, Research Scientist tear II at the Institute of Space Science (ISS) and institutional representative (ISS) at the Pierre Auger Observatory.

Gina Isar will hold a presentation on the international collaboration that Romania joined as a full member in March 2014.

All the interested students from University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest are invited to find out what mysteries The Universe keeps away from us and, moreover, how can students benefit from the opportunities The ISS is willing to offer them.

The seminar will take place on Thursday, March the 5th, in Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunication and Information Technology, Building A, Amphitheatre A101, starting at 18:00.

During the event, Isar will discuss topics such as astroparticle physics, innovative techniques for detection, advanced computing technologies, but will talk also about the opportunities that young people may have at ISS within the Pierre Auger collaboration.

Participants at the workshop will have the opportunity to learn directly from PhD. Gina Isar more about cosmic particles, their illusive origin, how they are produced and accelerated to energies much higher than those the LHC -CERN Geneva can reach to study fundamental physics.

The Pierre Auger Collaboration aims to reveal the mysteries of cosmic rays of ultra-high energies by gathering scientists from across the globe and using complementary detection techniques over an area of 3000 square kilometers, 10 times larger than the area of Bucharest. Dr. Gina Isar is among the 500 Auger contributors together with other Romanian researchers from the Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering – Horia Hulubei, the Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest University and the Institute of Space Science (ISS).

Moreover, CareerTeam offers, at the end of presentation, a double invitation to “The Theory of Everything”! The winner of the tombola can choose the exact day and time when he would like to attend the movie. The only participation requirement is to have registered to the conference previously.

 

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