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EPS Forum 2024 at Freie Universität Berlin: Networking event for physicists and industry

EPS Forum 2024

EPS Forum 2024

EPS Forum 2022

EPS Forum 2022

EPS Forum 2022

EPS Forum 2022

EPS Forum 2022

EPS Forum 2022

The European Physical Society (EPS) invites physicists and companies to the "EPS Forum" in Berlin from 25 March 2024 to 26 March 2024. The program includes conferences, roundtables, workshops and aims to boost knowledge transfer between physics research and application in Europe. Plenary lectures by three Nobel laureates are a special highlight. The event will be held in English and is open to all interested parties from research, industry and business.


News from Jan 16, 2024

A Multifaceted Program

The EPS Forum 2024 offers a wide range of interesting formats and exciting personalities.

25 March 2024: Day 1 will bring together early careers researchers, interns, PhD students, and Postdocs with physics-based companies in order to discuss exciting research challenges and career opportunities in industry. Young physicists will discover prospects for new projects and career paths. Companies will benefit from strong innovation impulses and can attract young talent.

26 March 2024: Day 2 will focus on in-depth research as well on scientific and societal challenges facing the physics community. The latest achievements in physics will be highlighted by the most outstanding physicists in Europe and beyond. On this day, guests will experience plenary lectures by Nobel Prize winners Klaus von Klitzing, Stefan Hell, Anne L'Huillier and winner of the "L'Oréal-UNESCO Award for Women in Science" Nicola Spaldin.

Department of Physics at Freie Universität Berlin co-organizes EPS Forum 2024

The EPS Forum 2024 is co-organized by the Department of Physics at Freie Universität Berlin and coordinated by the research groups of Professor Christiane Koch and Professor Kirill Bolotin.

The theoretical working group of Professor Christiane Koch researches quantum dynamics and quantum control. The group works at the Dahlem Centre for Complex Quantum Systems and is involved in several Collaborative Research Centres. Professor Christiane Koch heads the "Quantum Optics and Photonics" section of the German Physical Society.

The experimental working group of Professor Kirill Bolotin's researches nanoscale transport, optoelectronics and two-dimensional materials such as graphene or 2D heterostructures. In addition to its own laboratories at the Department of Physics, Bolotin Lab works at the SupraFAB and is active in several collaborative research centres.

About EPS Forum

The 2024 EPS Forum in Berlin is the second edition of the EPS Forum, a new initiative of the European Physical Society. This event builds on the success of the first edition held at the Sorbonne in Paris in July 2022.

The European Physical Society (EPS) advocates research in physics and its contribution to the economic, technological, social and cultural development in Europe. Representing 42 national physical societies and 130’000 researchers, the EPS promotes excellence in physics research and cooperation with physics-based industries, education and student mobility, publication and outreach. The EPS awards highly prestigious prizes to outstanding researchers.

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  • Anne L’Huillier
  • Ausgründung
  • Berlin
  • Bolotin
  • EPS
  • EPS Forum
  • EPS Forum 2024
  • Europäische Physikalische Gesellschaft
  • Forum
  • Gründer
  • Gründung
  • Industrie
  • Karriere
  • Klaus von Klitzing
  • Koch
  • Netzwerktreffen
  • Nicola Spaldin
  • Nobel
  • Nobelpreisträger
  • Physik
  • Stefan Hell