News about the 25. Deutschen Physikerinnentagung
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In addition to the free goodie bag, each participant will receive one of the popular physicists' shirts for free.
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During our conference you can decide whether you want to attend the scientific lectures or visit one of the online workshops. We have deliberately chosen short workshops so that you can remain flexible in your time.
Our Workshop overview can be found here.
To give everyone the opportunity to participate, one workshop can be attended per participant. If necessary, remaining places will be announced in time.
Further information are given under: Program/Online Workshops
Registration for the 25th German Female Physicists‘ Conference is in full swing. Be quick, book your desired workshop and receive our free goodie bag including our Physikerinnen shirt.
We are pleased to celebrate with you the 25th anniversary of the German Female Physicists' Conference. Our meeting will take place from November 8 to 10, 2021 online. As in previous years, we invite you to a scientific conference.
The collaborative research centres SFB 1242 (University of Duisburg-Essen) and SFB/TRR 270 (TU Darmstadt), established by the German Research Foundation, will present their research topics "Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of Condensed Matter in the Time Domain" and "Hysteresis design of magnetic materials for efficient energy conversion (HoMMage)". For this purpose, we have invited national and international female scientists. They will introduce their research program in their talks and will be available to their audience for discussion and exchange. In addition to this scientific program, we also invite you to our supporting program.
Parallel to the stream of scientific talks, there will be a stream of workshops. Have a look through our program and decide for yourself which sessions, workshops or even poster sessions you would like to attend. We wish all of you an exciting and varied physicists' conference with plenty of opportunity to exchange ideas with your colleagues.
Katharina Ollefs, Nora Dörmann