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The Physics Section
The Physics Section at the University of Geneva provides a lively environment where students, lecturers and researchers meet on a daily basis and work closely together.
The level of research and teaching in the Physics Section is excellent, and is highly competitive in Switzerland, Europe and across the world. UNIGE is currently in 58th position worldwide (out of 20,000) in the University of Shanghai’s classification (2019), and the physics Section as a standalone is ranked in 40st place. Thanks to the outstanding quality of research at world level, the university offers a highly international and open environment, where the atmosphere is conducive to discussion and debate and generating innovative ideas.
The teaching programmes run by the Physics Section offer a comprehensive range of specialisations, with a particular focus on new applications of fundamental physics.
Agenda of the physics Section
- Soutenance de thèse
Development of the Thin TOF-PET Scanner Based on Fast Timing Monolithic Silicon Pixel Sensors
par Monsieur Daiki HAYAKAWA, candidat au doctorat ès sciences, mention physique. En anglais
Ecole de Physique / Salle Stückelberg 24, Quai Ernest Ansermet
Ecole de Physique / Auditoire Stuckelberg
Soutenance de thèseDevelopment of the Thin TOF-PET Scanner Based on Fast Timing Monolithic Silicon Pixel SensorsMore information
29.01.2020 15:00 – 17:00 / Ecole de Physique / Salle Stückelberg 24, Quai Ernest Ansermet
29.05.2020 14:15 – 15:15 / Ecole de Physique / Auditoire Stuckelberg