This Collaborative Research Centre explores how the non-equilibrium property of plasma can be transferred on contact with liquids and solids.
The Collaborative Research Centre combines the subfields of astrophysics, plasma physics, astroparticle physics and particle physics.
The Collaborative Research Centre researches into novel materials using plasma technology.
Professor Evgeny Epelbaum heads the Chair of Theoretical Physics – Hadron and Particle Physics.
Professor Hendrik Hildebrandt is Professor at the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy.
Professor Evgeny Epelbaum was awarded an ERC Starting Grant in 2011. The project “Nuclear Physics from Quantum Chromodynamics” has now been completed.
This Research Department focuses on areas that have hitherto been virtually unknown and which are characterised by complex interactions of plasmas with their environment.
The Bochum researchers participate in numerous large-scale research projects like the Neutrino Observatory IceCube.
Overview Large-Scale Projects