The Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange has announced the results of the KATAMARAN programme, focused on supporting joint second-cycle studies. The Jagiellonian University Faculty of International and Political Studies is among the institutions chosen that will be granted funds for this purpose.Read More o JU receives funding for a new study programme in English
The latest results of GERDA experiment aimed at finding answers to some of the most basic questions of modern particle physics have just been published. The international research project is carried out by scientists from 16 European research institutions, including a team from the Jagiellonian University Institute of Physics. Will the recent discoveries bring us closer to discovering the truth about the origins of the universe?Read More o Why is the world built of matter (instead of antimatter)?
On 17 September, the third edition of the Kraków Intellectual Property Law Summer School was organised by the JU Faculty of Law and Administration. This year's edition of the event will be dedicated to intellectual property overlaps and will last until 21 September.Read More o 3rd Kraków Intellectual Property Law Summer School
16 September marked the first time Horizon Europe Weeks (HEW) – an initiative aimed to facilitate contact between experts in various branches of science – was organised at the Jagiellonian University. The three-day meetings allow participants to discuss their research, exchange knowledge, and begin collaboration within the framework of international research projects.Read More o Horizon Europe Weeks
The Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry was recognised by the European Chemistry Thematic Network Association (ECTN), an organisation that evaluates the quality of chemistry teaching at higher education institutions.Read More o JU Faculty of Chemistry certified by ECTN
On 13 September 2019 the Jagiellonian University was visited by Prof. Frank Wilczek, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist. During a meeting with the JU Rector Prof. Wojciech Nowak, the Nobel laureate signed a written consent to give his name to the award for young physicists recently established by the JU Senate. On the same day, Prof. Wilczek delivered a lecture during the 45th Congress of Polish Physicists, held in Kraków on 13-18 September.Read More o Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek visits the Jagiellonian University
The GERDA experiment aims to explore the nature of neutrinos and attempt to determine its effective mass. One of the most sensitive methods, known as the search for the neutrinoless double-β decay (0νββ) is applied in the study. GERDA is a European project involving scientists from 16 research institutes and universities from Germany, Italy, Russia, Poland, Switzerland, and Belgium.Read More o ‘Science’ publishes the latest results of GERDA experiment