Applications for the PhD Symposium at the SMuK meeting in "Jena" are possible via email to this address.
Deadline for applications 04.06.2021!
Applications for the PhD Focus Sessions at the SKM meeting in "Berlin" are possible via email to this address.
Divisions O and MA: The focus sessions selected for the 2020 spring meeting will be rescheduled.
The application period for other divisions is over.
The application period for the PhD Symposium at the SAMOP meeting is over.
Every time you attended a conference, you were looking for an introduction to a certain topic but never found it? You always wanted to organize your own session on a topic intriguing you for a long time? You wanted to share your insights in this topic with your colleagues?
If so, we are happy to be able to give you the opportunity to organise your own symposium (or focus session at SKM) at the DPG Spring Meetings in 2020!
Since 2012, PhD students have been organizing their own symposium within the Division of Magnetism and the Section AMOP with great success. The mixture of invited talks by both experienced and young researchers was particularly well appreciated. In particular, tutorial talks introducing people into "hot" research fields were enthusiastically received by the audience.
In 2019, the symposia and focus sessions were already extended to other divisions. For 2020, even more divisions are offering this opportunity. If you are interested in a topic related to the field of
- Section AMOP
- Section MuK
- Division MA
- Divisions SOE, DY and BP
- Divisions DS and HL
- Division CPP
- Division O
you are welcome to organize your own symposium!
If you now think you would like to organize such a symposium, but don't know how: don't worry, the experts of the working group "Young DPG" are happy to offer you their experience. Along the way, you will become familiar with the organizational issues of a scientific meeting with thousands of participants.
This is your chance to implement a symposium you always wanted to attend! In addition, it is a chance to get in personal contact with leading scientists in the field at an early stage of your career.
How to get started?
Just pick 1-5 colleagues to form the organization committee, and write a proposal. The symposium should be devoted to a timely topic related to the field of your division. The organization committee determines and invites the speakers, compiles the program, organizes the symposium day and chooses the chairpersons for their session. The symposium may include up to four invited talks.
Please structure your application letter as follows:
- Title of the symposium, abstract
- Contact information, institutional affiliation, and academic status* of all organizers
- (List of) divisions that should co-host the symposium/focus session
- Motivation, discussion of scientific relevance of the proposed topic
- Draft of the program (usually 2-2.5h)
- Possible invited speakers
*e.g. Master's student, PhD student, etc.
Items 1-3 should be on a separate page. The proposal including figures and references should be no more than three pages in total.
|Division MA||Divisions DS/HL||Divisions SOE/DY/BP|
|2019||Biogenic spin phenomena||Photoluminescence of halide perovskites: What does it tell us and what not?||Theory of Stochastic Processes with Applications in Biology|
|2018||Ultrafast Spin-Lattice interactions||-||-|
|2017||Quantum Magnets: Frustration and Topology in Experiment and Theory||-||-|
|2015||Quantum phase transitions: Emergent phenomena beyond elementary excitations||-||-|
|2013||Topological defects in magnetic materials: From devices to cosmos||-||-|
|2012||Spintronics on the way to modern storage technology||-||-|
|2019||Optimal Control Theory in the Leading Domains of Quantum Technology|
|2018||Floquet Physics: How time-periodic systems can make a difference!|
|2017||Driven-Dissipative Quantum Systems|
|2016||Synthesized Gauge Fields and Experimental Realizations|
|2015||Controlled diatomic molecules in the ultracold regime|
|2014||Velocity Map Imaging: Focusing on intra- and interatomic dynamics|
|2019||Extreme matter meets extreme gravity|