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04/14/2022 - 04/14/2022 | Online
With this expectation numerous physical societies around the world, under the leadership of APS and DPG, have begun to prepare celebrating in 2025 the creation of quantum physics about 100 years ago and most importantly its relevance for today´s science, technology, and societies. The first world quantum day, celebrated on 14th of April, with respect to the value of the action quantum h, is an excellent opportunity to discuss the state of the art of quantum physics. Our round table discussion assembles pioneers, that have taken quantum processes from the Gedanken experiment to the real world, with young scientists in order to stimulate the reception of quantum science within and beyond the scientific community.
Dr. Ulrich Bleyer (Member of the DPG Executive Board Public Relations)
Prof. Serge Haroche (Collège de France, Nobel Prize in Physics 2012)
Prof. Arno Rauschenbeutel (Humboldt Universität Berlin, discussion leader)
Dr. Doris Reiter (TU Dortmund)
Prof. Anton Zeilinger (Universität Wien, President Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Information on participating / attending:
Online Webinar via Zoom
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04/14/2022 19:00 - 04/14/2022 20:30
Scientists and scholars, Students
Chemistry, Information technology, Physics / astronomy
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Seminar / workshop / discussion
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event71310
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