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unter anderem mit einem Hinweis auf die erste sektionsübergreifende DPG-Herbsttagung vom 23. bis 27. September 2019 in Freiburg zu den Quantenwissenschaften und Informationstechnologien sowie den Sieg des deutschen Teams beim internationalen Studierenden-Wettbewerb PLANCKS.

First DPG Fall Meeting addresses Quantum Science

The German Physical Society (DPG) is launching a new meeting dedicated to a research theme identified by its three sections: Condensed Matter / Atomic, Molecular, Plasma Physics and Quantum Optics / Matter and Cosmos. The Fall Meeting complements the well-known DPG Spring Conferences.

The first DPG Fall Meeting will take place from 23 to 27 September 2019 and addresses Quantum Science in its relation to Information Technologies. It provides a forum for cross-disciplinary exchange between condensed matter and atomic, molecular and quantum optics (AMO) physics, information science and quantum technologies, applied and fundamental research. Rapid developments in a priori distinct fields, from artificial intelligence to the first small-scale quantum computation platforms, dedicated efforts in academia as well as in industrial research, and an intensifying public debate on the diverse aspects of these truly revolutionary emerging technologies, necessitate an accentuated and concerted scientific exchange across disciplines. The DPG is looking forward to bring together key players from academia to industry, senior and junior researchers, and the interested public, to engage in this endeavour.

The conference takes place at the:

Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg
Platz der Universität 3
79098 Freiburg

Hashtag: #DPGFR19

For more information see: http://freiburg19.dpg-tagungen.de/index?set_language=en&cl=en

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“The Four(er) Vectors” won the international physics competition PLANCKS

The winners of the German physics competition DOPPLERS also won the international competition PLANCKS in Odense, Denmark. Sven Jandura from the LMU Munich, Eugen Dizer from the University of Heidelberg and Friedrich Hübner and Kilian Bönisch, both from the University of Bonn, clearly set themselves apart from the other teams with 84 out of 100 possible points. Second was a Serbian team with 76.5 points

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