Aktivitäten und Programme

Neugierde ist das wichtigste Merkmal von jungen Nachwuchsforscherinnen und -forschern und bei allen Kindern und Jugendlichen von Natur aus vorhanden. Mit unseren Angeboten, möchten wir Schülerinnen und Schüler für die Physik begeistern, und Lehrkräften helfen, diese Neugier bei ihren Schülerinnen und Schülern zu erhalten und erfahrbar zu machen. Denn: Physik macht Spaß, fesselt und ist spannend!

2021

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DPG-Abiturpreis

Mit dem DPG-Abiturpreis werden besondere Leistungen in der Physik gewürdigt.mehr...

DPG teacher training

The DPG promotes the professional and didactic further training of teachers. Up to five teacher training courses per year with different focuses and target groups are offered at the Physics Centre Bad Honnef. Teacher training days are also offered within the framework of the DPG Spring Conferences for the further training of teachers.mehr...

DPG Teachers' Talks

Teachers of physics often have few other colleagues interested in physics in their working environment at schools, so that it is difficult to have a professional exchange or an exchange about special methods in physics lessons. The DPG Teachers' Discussions aim to provide a framework for networking here. The DPG Teachers' Talks are currently held at three locations in Germany, often in cooperation with local universities. In most cases, they consist of an evening lecture followed by a snack for discussion and exchange.mehr...

DPG Pupils' Conference

Every year physicists from Germany and around the world meet to exchange and discuss ideas at the DPG Spring Meetings. With the DPG Pupils' Conference the DPG also offers this concept to school pupils.mehr...

fobi-Ф: DPG programme for the promotion of teacher training

The fobi-Phi support programme offers financial support for the implementation of physics-related events and further training for teachers. With this programme, the DPG would like to motivate teachers to offer and conduct further training days or lecture series for teachers.mehr...

German Young Physicists' Tournament

Since 2014, the team representing Germany at the International Young Physicists' Tournament (IYPT) has been determined in a separate national competition. The GYPT is organised by the DPG. The competition is organised by the University of Ulm together with the DPG, financed by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation.mehr...

High-School Students Internship Programme (HSSIP)

The "High-School Students Internship Programme (HSSIP)" has been in existence at CERN for four years. Alternately, CERN gives all member countries the opportunity to select students for a two-week internship. This year it is Germany's turn and the DPG coordinates the selection process.mehr...

Highlights der Physik

The Highlights of Physics (HdP) is a science festival for all curious people. The programme: a big science show with celebrities like "Quarks" presenter Ranga Yogeshwar, an interactive exhibition with physics "to touch and try", live experiments, a competition for schoolchildren and exciting lectures by top researchers. Even "Dandelion" and Peter Lustig as well as Armin Maiwald from the "Sendung mit der Maus" (programme with the mouse) have already been involved. And best of all: Admission is free.mehr...

International Young Physicists' Tournament

The International Young Physicists' Tournament (IYPT) is an international physics competition between teams from different countries, each year in a different host country.mehr...

International Physics Olympiad

Enthusiasm for the subject, pleasure in solving tasks, creative experimentation, meeting interesting people and growing beyond oneself: All this is part of the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) and the national selection competition - the Physics Olympiad in Germany.mehr...

Lise-Meitner-Lectures

Lise Meitner was born in Vienna and worked in Berlin for over 30 years. In 1939 she delivered the first physical-theoretical explanation of nuclear fission. She died in Cambridge (Great Britain) in 1968. In her honour, the Austrian Physical Society (ÖPG) and the German Physical Society (DPG) have established the "Lise Meitner Lectures" (LML), which took place for the first time in 2008.mehr...

Max von Laue lectures

In 2000, the DPG initiated a lecture series in honour of Max von Laue. The physicist and Nobel Prize winner, who was President of the German Physical Society from 1931 to 1933, was extraordinarily active in the field of human rights between 1933 and 1945. The Max von Laue Lectures take place within the framework of the Annual Meetings and are given by scientists who are distinguished by their strong political or social commitment.mehr...

Mitfiebern aus der Konserve

Deutsche Physikmeisterschaft 2021 (GYPT) – Finale im Videomehr...

Netzwerk Teilchenwelt

Astro- and particle physics offers insight into the world of the smallest particles and the great mysteries of the universe. The Particle World Network aims to impart this fascinating knowledge to teachers, young people and project leaders. The DPG is patron and partner of the Particle World Network.mehr...

ONLINE Faszination Wissenschaft! MINT Role-Models aus dem Industrieumfeld

Organisiert und durchgeführt wird diese Veranstaltung vom AK Chancengleichheit der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, der Kommission Chancengleichheit in der Chemie der Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, von Halles Schülerlabor für Physik an der Martin Luther Universität Halle Wittenberg und vom Max Planck Institut für Mikrostrukturphysik in Halle. Zielgruppe: Schüler und Schülerinnen 6-13 Klasse, alle Interessierten.mehr...

Online Mathematics Bridge Course

The DPG is a partner in the Online Mathematik Brückenkurs (OMB+), an online mathematics bridge course which enables schoolchildren to repeat mathematics in compact form. The OMB+ gives an impression of the level of mathematics required for physics studies and enables targeted and early preparation for university studies.mehr...

Physics for pupils

Often the financial means are lacking to make the lessons vivid, to implement projects or to show experiments not only thematically. Together with the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation, the DPG supports innovative school projects in the natural sciences.mehr...

Physik Journal

The Physik Journal is the member journal of the German Physical Society (DPG). With a circulation of more than 60,000 printed copies, it is the most important physics journal in the German-speaking world.mehr...

PiA - Physics in Advent

Since 2013, a very special kind of Advent calendar has been held annually during the Advent season: a physical Advent calendar. "PiA - Physics in Advent" is offered in cooperation with the Georg-August-University Göttingen, the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation, the German Physical Society, the Austrian Physical Society, the Swiss Physical Society and the European Physical Society.mehr...