NBI Science Day 2019
As a new approach the Niels Bohr Institute will have NBI Science Day every year.
The aim is to have a nice and inspiring day where our researchers will show, tell and inspire each other with all their ongoing research.
The group of participants spans master students to full professors.
It is of great importance that all NBI's VIP staff and PhD-students attend, and master students are most welcome too.
Head of institute, Jan W. Thomsen
12:55-13:00 Jan W. Thomsen: Introduction
Troels C. Petersen: Particle physics and the use of Machine Learning in Science Research
Martin Hayhurst Appel: Generating multi-photon entanglement with quantum dots in photonic nano structures.
Mark Rudner: 2020 Vision for Condensed Matter Physics
Matthias Wilhelm: Boiling the universe, theoretically
15:00-15:20 Coffee, tea and cake outside the auditorium
Lise Arleth: Using X-rays and Neutrons to investigate biological structures
Anasua Chatterjee: Repurposing what's in your cellphone for quantum computation
Marianne Vestergaard: Living with supermassive black holes
Lars Kristensen: Astrophysics and chemistry: from molecules to stars and planets
Anders Svensson: When will the next ice age come?
18:00- 19.30 Food and Drinks outside the auditorium.
Registration deadline was on October 1st.
/Betina Dam Sørensen