All colloquia are organised online via Zoom, unless otherwise noted, and are scheduled to last about 30 minutes.
Similar talks that have not been organised by the Physics Colloquium Group are listed here.
- 17th September 2021 at 14:15 (Zoom): Minna Palmroth: Citizen scientists discover a new auroral form: Dunes provide insight into the upper atmosphere
- 22nd October 2021 at 14:15 (Zoom): Andrzej Kotarba
- 19th November 2021 at 14:15 (Zoom): Hanna Kokko
- 10th December 2021 at 14:15: Hannu Kurki-Suonio (inaugural lecture)
- 19th February 2021 at 14:15 (Zoom): Otso Ovaskainen: A planetary inventory of life – a new synthesis built on big data combined with novel statistical methods
- 5th March 2021 at 14:15: Manohar Kumar: Mystery particle anyons finally revealed their identity in a particle collider
- 9th April 2021: Karl Ziemelis: Writing for Impact [slides]
- 7th May 2021 at 14:15: Emilia Kilpua: The art of predicting space weather
- 30th October 2020 at 14:15 (Zoom): Joonas Nättilä: Astrophysical turbulence: from stirring coffee to illuminating black holes
- 27th November 2020 at 14:15 (Zoom): Christer Fuglesang: From KTH to Space: A story of space travel to ISS and future large projects
- 18th December 2020 at 14:15 (Zoom): Sabrina Maniscalco: The Promise of Quantum
- 24th January 2020 at 14:15 (Physicum E204): Flyura Djurabekova: Materials in extreme environments of particle accelerators
7th February 2020 at 14:15 (Physicum D101): Panu Jaakkola: Cellular oxygen sensing, Nobel Prize in Medicine 2019
- 27th March 2020 at 14:15 (Physicum D101): Otso Ovaskainen (cancelled due to coronavirus)
- 24th April 2020 at 14:15 (Zoom ID: 672 8578 8599): Hanna Vehkamäki: Molecular cluster formation in the atmosphere:
- 29th May 2020 at 15:15 (Zoom ID: 68558909770): Shohini Ghose: The quantum revolution
- 4th October 2019 at 14:00 (Exactum A111): High Performance Computing Applications
11th October 2019 at 14:15: Tuija Pulkkinen: Wellbeing in the academia – how to achieve the oxymoron?
- 1st November 2019 at 14:15 (Exactum B123): Minna Huotilainen – Can brain research be helpful in advancing physics – optimising scientific work
- 13th December 2019 at 14:15 (Physicum E204): Filip Tuomisto – Antimatter: does it matter?
18th January 2019 at 14.15: Eero Castren – Everything you always wanted to know about the Brain (but did not know whom to ask)
- 8th February 2019 at 14.15: Peter Johansson – The birth, life and death of astrophysical black holes
- 12th April 2019 at 14.15: Pauline Gagnon – The tragic destiny of Mileva Marić Einstein
- 24th May 2019 at 14.30: Bergita Ganse – Space Medicine – Weightlessness and Shrimp Cocktail
- 7th September 2018 at 14.15: Samuli Siltanen – Three-dimensional X-ray vision by sparse tomography [slides]
- 26th October 2018 at 14.15: Simo Huotari – Let there be light: X-rays for life sciences, mathematics, cultural heritage, energy, health, and environment [slides]
- 16th November 2018 at 14.15: Michael Ramsey-Musolf – Shattering the Lavender Ceiling: A Gay Theoretical Physicist’s Perspective [video]
- 14th December 2018 at 14.15: Ilona Riipinen – How clouds clean the air and influence the climate – and why should you care?
- 26th January 2018 at 14.15: Claus Montonen – Nobel lecture [slides]
- 16th February 2018 at 14.15: Jaakko Lehtinen – When you see x, say y [video]
- 16th March 2018 at 14.15: Minna Palmroth – Space is the new black! [video]
- 28th March 2018 at 16.30: Special event – Stephen Hawking Symposium [video]
- 13th April 2018 at 14.15: Ilpo Vattulainen – A physicist’s random walk in the life sciences [video]
- 18th May 2018 at 14.15 in E204: Mark Hindmarsh – Higgs Fizz in the Big Bang [slides]