WOW Physics!

Europe/Zurich
Laura Sagunski (chair) , Alberica Toia (Goethe University Frankfurt (DE)) , Camilla Juul Hansen , Elena Bratkovskaya , Falko Pientka , Francesca Cuteri (Goethe Universität) , Kristin Kliemt , Luciano Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt) , Marcus Bleicher (Goethe University Frankfurt) , Phyllis Mania , Roser Valenti , Tamara Caldas Cifuentes (Goethe University Frankfurt)
Description

The first international online conference

WOW Physics! (Women Of the World in Physics!)

will take place from Nov 9 to 11, 2022 and will be hosted by Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.

WOW Physics! will honor inspiring women in physics and celebrate their outstanding contributions in science. The conference will gather physicists from all over the world and all stages of their careers who work on theoretical and experimental aspects of

  • astrophysics,
  • atomic, molecular and optical physics,
  • biophysics,
  • condensed matter physics
  • heavy-ion physics,
  • geophysics, and
  • particle physics.

Confirmed plenary speakers are:

  • Prof. Barbara Jacak (UC Berkeley)
  • Prof. Barbara Romanowicz (UC Berkeley and Collège de France)
  • Prof. Christiane Koch (Free University of Berlin)
  • Prof. Claudia Felser (Director, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids)
  • Prof. Dr. Dorothée Weber-Bruls (First female president of the Physics Society "Physikalischer Verein" Frankfurt am Main; patent attorney at Jones Day)
  • Prof. Heather Lewandowski (University of Colorado Boulder)
  • Prof. Irina Artemieva (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel)
  • Prof. Johanna Stachel (Heidelberg University)
  • Prof. Kandice Tanner (U.S. National Cancer Institute)
  • Prof. Laura H. Greene (Florida State University and U.S. National High Magnetic Field Laboratory; U.S. President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology member)
  • Prof. Lorin Swint Matthews (Baylor University)
  • Prof. Margaret Gardel (University of Chicago)
  • Dr. Maria Lugaro (Konkoly Observatory)
  • Prof. Melissa Franklin (Harvard University)
  • Prof. Nandini Trivedi (Ohio State University)
  • Dr. Pranoti Kshirsagar (The Science Talk)
  • Prof. Samaya Nissanke (GRAPPA Amsterdam)

 

There will be a round table with the plenary speakers to discuss their career paths, the hurdles they had to overcome at different stages of their career and how they managed to do so. The round table will be moderated by 

  • Dr. Jessica Wade (Imperial College London).

The public reading with Prof. Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein (University of New Hampshire) had to be cancelled.

 

Registration is free and will remain open until Tuesday, Nov 8, 2022.

----------------------------------------

Rewatch the whole conference on our YouTube channel "DMGW @ Goethe-University": https://www.youtube.com/@dmgw_goetheuniversitaet/streams

Participants
  • Aakash narayan
  • Aayushmathi Ashok
  • Abdel Nasser Tawfik
  • Abir Hossain Khondoker
  • Adele Julia
  • Adele Naddeo
  • Adiba Shaikh
  • Adrian William Romero Jorge
  • Adriana Bariego Quintana
  • Adriana Bercebal Ruiz
  • Adriana Gutiérrez Marrero
  • Adrita Chakraborty
  • Afnan Shatat
  • Agalya Ramkumar
  • Agnes Roberts
  • Agnese Bissi
  • Alaa Mohamed
  • Alaleh Mirhajivarzaneh
  • Alberica Toia
  • Alberica Toia
  • Alberto Brambilla
  • Alberto Cristiani
  • Alejandra Hinostroza-Caldas
  • Alejandra Ichina
  • Aleksandra Kukiełka
  • Alessandra di Giacomo
  • Alexander Alvarado
  • Alexander Dreichner
  • Alexander Dutine
  • Alexander Huhn
  • Alexandra Lachmann
  • Alexandra Nemtinova
  • Alexandra Paola Aponte Utani
  • Alexandra Wernersson
  • Alexandre Bertin
  • Alexia Beale
  • Alicia Castro
  • Alicia Chun
  • Alicia Mobbs
  • Alina Stehr
  • Aline Montenegro
  • Alka Kumari
  • Alma Kurmanova
  • Alvaro Leonardo Martínez Castro
  • Alyssa Gutman
  • Amanda Green-Salinas
  • Amanda Konieczna
  • Amaya Calvo Sánchez
  • Amelia Reynoso
  • Amelie D’Alò
  • Amelie Kepplin
  • Amina Krkanović
  • Amina Sellami
  • Amresh Verma
  • Amrita Ghosh
  • AMRUTHA S
  • Amy Smith
  • Amy Thornton
  • Ana Benquerença
  • Ana Carolina Rodrigues
  • Ana Clara Rachid
  • Ana García-Page
  • Ana Marin
  • Ananya Mukherjee
  • Anastasia Yildiz
  • Andjela Mogin
  • Andrea Dawson
  • Aneesha Avasthi
  • Angela Badala
  • Angelina Geyer
  • Anika Obermann-Hellhund
  • Anisa Qamar
  • Anisha Yadav
  • Anitha Ravishankar
  • Anja Feldmeier-Krause
  • Anju Sharma
  • Ankita Mondal
  • Anna Beever
  • Anna Eimer
  • Anna Tomaselli
  • Anna Zulj
  • Anna-Katharina Nitschke
  • Annarose J Palliyan
  • Annika Hönl
  • Annika Schneider
  • Annika Simon
  • Anshika Bansal
  • Antara Paul
  • Anu Aryal
  • Anupama Reghunath
  • Anushka Doke
  • Aparna Sankar
  • Araceli Venegas-Gomez
  • Archana Radhakrishnan
  • Arjan Koning
  • Arpita Misra
  • Arthur Alencastro Puls
  • Aru Beri
  • Arundhati Dasgupta
  • Arunima Bhattacharya
  • Arvind Kumar
  • Arya Eyyappally Retheeshan
  • Asar Jaradat
  • Ashwathi Nair
  • Asmaa Salem
  • Athira Sreejith
  • Atreyee Banerjee
  • Atreyee Basu
  • Audrey Francisco
  • Aurora Perez Martinez
  • Avika Chatterjee
  • Avinanda Chakraborty
  • Axel Fünfhaus
  • Aydan Garibli
  • Ayshi Mukherjee
  • Ayşe Bengisu Tat
  • Bara Levit
  • Barbara Hissa
  • Barbara Jacak
  • Barbara Romanowicz
  • Barbara Romanowicz
  • Bastian Eppler
  • Batoul Diab
  • başak ekinci
  • Beatriz Ferreira
  • Ben Snodgrass
  • Benedick Andrade
  • Benjamin Lotter
  • Beth Gould
  • Betty Heller-Kaikov
  • Bharat Mishra
  • Bhavna Yadav
  • Bhuvaneshwari Kashi
  • Binesh Mohan
  • Bing Xia
  • Bingbing Wang
  • Bogumila Swiezewska
  • Breno Almeida S. D. Chrispim
  • Brian Bichanga
  • Brizel DSouza
  • Burcu TÜRKKAN
  • Burcu Öztürk
  • Camila Costa
  • Camila Fraga
  • Camilla Hansen
  • Camilla Juul Hansen
  • Camille Criado
  • Canel Eke
  • Carlos Francisco García Hipólito
  • Carlos Manuel García Montalván
  • Carlota Andres
  • Carolin Grün
  • Carolin Lange
  • Carolina Gutiérrez Bolanos
  • Carolina Niklaus Moreira da Rocha Rodrigues
  • Catalina Morales-Gutiérrez
  • Catalina Ramírez
  • Catalina Salazar
  • Caterina Doglioni
  • Catherine Paola Sánchez García
  • Chadha HENCHIRI
  • Charlotte Bordt
  • Charlotte Konig
  • Chelsea Sargeant
  • CHENG YILIN
  • Chenxi Yang
  • Cheuk-Ping Wong
  • Chhayadevi Sudhakar
  • Chiara Le Roux
  • Chiara Oppedisano
  • Christas Mony A
  • Christiane Groß
  • Christiane Koch
  • Christina Karafyllia
  • Christina Markert
  • Christina Schoettler
  • Christine Adelle Rico-Yuson
  • Christine Gruber
  • Chukwuma Anoruo
  • Claire Arneson
  • Claire Muller
  • Claire Rigouzzo
  • Clara Peter
  • Claudia Felser
  • Claudia Quinteros Cartaya
  • Conny Katharina Sick
  • Corinna Kausch
  • Cristina Bordeanu
  • Cristina Gil Herrero
  • Cynthia Arias
  • Cédric Jockel
  • Daichi Ide
  • Damian Musk
  • Damilola Adeleye
  • Damini Singh
  • Dania Anjum
  • Daniel Boyea
  • Daniel Schmitt
  • Daniela Montufar
  • Danielle Bingman
  • Danish Farooq Meer
  • Danniela Cartin-Quesada
  • Danniela Cartín Quesada
  • Darby Bates
  • Darsh Khandelwal
  • David Kaib
  • David McMahon
  • David Vasak
  • Debankana Nath
  • Debarati Chatterjee
  • Deepali Sharma
  • Deepali Singh
  • Deepanshi Singh
  • Deependra Jyani
  • Deeshani Mitra
  • Delia Garzarella
  • DEUSSIK Axelle
  • Devashish Tiwari
  • Devika B S
  • Devika Magan
  • Devika Mukhi-Nilo
  • Dhwani Arun
  • Diana Alvear Terrero
  • Diana-Gabriela Oprea
  • Dipali Singh
  • Divya Bharti
  • DIVYARANI CHANDRABABU GEETHA
  • Domenica Garzon
  • Dominika Wojtowicz
  • Dorcasse Hermine Yankam Petbun
  • Doreen Wackeroth
  • Dorothée Weber-Bruls
  • Dorsaf Ben Nasr
  • Dr. Rubab Manzoor Manzoor Hussian
  • Duifje van Egmond
  • Dulce Pamela Calán Chon
  • E. Seiffert
  • Edwin Genoud-Prachex
  • Eirini Christodoulou
  • Elaf Musa
  • Elahe Abdiha
  • Elena Bratkovskaya
  • Elena Grosso
  • Elena Lefkova
  • Elena Panko
  • Elena Pinetti
  • Elena Spinetti
  • Elena Trossbach
  • Elham Khazaie
  • Elham Nazari
  • Elham Rahimi
  • Elina Merkel
  • Eliot Jane Walton
  • Eliot Walton
  • Elizabeth Long
  • Elizabeth Pasatembou
  • Elizabeth Rodríguez Querts
  • Ellie O’Brien
  • Ellinor Eckstein
  • Elsa Teixeira
  • Ema Maričić
  • Eman Ali
  • Emanuelle De França Araújo
  • Emilia Suárez
  • Emily Anne Thompson
  • Emily Burbach
  • Emma Horgan
  • Emmanuel Ivan Montiel Paredes
  • Encieh Erfani
  • Enda Kendusi
  • Enrico Schleiff
  • Erica Madelyn Rose
  • Ester Anna Rita Casula
  • Eva Jütte
  • Evgenija Pandova
  • Ezra Lesser
  • Falko Pientka
  • Fannie Vaquero
  • Fanyi Zhao
  • Faranak Saboohi
  • Farideh Tabatabaei
  • fateme almaksusi
  • Fatima Al Haj Ali
  • Fatima Anwar
  • Fatima Baterdouk
  • Federica Capellino
  • Felix Ahlbrecht
  • Ferdous Ara
  • Fidan Hamidova
  • Fiona Poda
  • Fiorella Ortiz
  • Florian Seck
  • Foteini Oikonomou
  • Franca Schmitt
  • Francesca Calore
  • Francesca Cuteri
  • Francesca Pagano
  • Francesca Pellegrino
  • Francesca Weng
  • Francesca Weng
  • Francisca Chabour
  • Franziska Linss
  • Franziska Matthäus
  • Friderike Longarino
  • Friederike Korneck
  • Frosina Apostolovska
  • Gabri Bustos
  • Gabriel Maynard
  • Gabriela Barcenas Enríquez
  • Gabriela Barenboim
  • Gabriela da Silva
  • Gabriela Larios
  • Gabriela Luna Amador
  • Gabriela Mallmann
  • Gabriela Sousa
  • Gabriele Coci
  • Gabriella Tukia
  • Gaia Trevisan
  • Gaochun Wang
  • GARGI MANNA
  • Gargi Shaw
  • Gergana D. Borisova
  • Gerhard Hummer
  • Ghanshyam Gupta
  • Ghassen Chelly
  • Gianmarco Camazzola
  • Giesela Schick
  • Giorgia Appignani
  • Giovanni Onida
  • Gissmol Saji
  • Giulia Di Cara
  • Giulia Maniccia
  • Gorachand Das
  • Gowri A
  • Gudrun Lotze
  • Guido Fratesi
  • Haashika Raj
  • Hadjar Rezki
  • Haibin Yang
  • Hanaan Shafi
  • Hanane Khereddine
  • Hanane LAHRAICHI
  • Hang Su
  • Hanna Belgardt
  • Hanna Sofia Henke
  • Hannah Bossi
  • Hannah Vormann
  • Harleen Dahiya
  • Harmeen Kaur
  • Harsha Sudhakaran
  • Harshit Kumar
  • Hasan Darwish
  • Hassan Gamal
  • Hassana Kokab
  • Heather Lewandowski
  • Heidrun Bojahr
  • Helen Cuntz
  • Helena Kolesova
  • Helena Ren
  • Helene Schlosser
  • Henda Mansour
  • Himanshi Singh
  • Himanshu Dadhich
  • Holger Schmid
  • Houda Haidar
  • Hsin Lai
  • HT K
  • Hugo Freitas
  • Hushnud Hushnud
  • Iago Francisco Mühl
  • Ida Storehaug
  • Ikram Imane Kouachi
  • Ille C. Gebeshuber
  • Imene Ouadah
  • Indrani Das Sen
  • Ines Abdellaziz
  • Ines Amersdorffer
  • Inês Marques
  • Irene Pellini
  • Irina Artemieva
  • Iris van Gemeren
  • Isa Hendriks
  • Isha Parvaiz
  • Isidora Araya Day
  • Ivana Sulaver
  • Iván Garibay
  • Ixchel Meza Solís
  • izaz ali shah
  • Jahnabi Hazarika
  • James Keegans
  • Jan Scharf
  • Jana Iljenkarevic
  • Janaína Dutra Silvestre Mendes
  • Janiris Rodriguez-Bueno
  • Janus Gudian
  • Jasmin Hartmann
  • Jasmin Kolodziej
  • Jasmine Chhikara
  • Javeria Asif
  • Jay Gupta
  • Jay Kalinani
  • Jayashree Narayan
  • Jayashrita Debnath
  • Jean Baptiste Fankam Fankam
  • Jenichi Clairvaux Felizco
  • Jennifer Smillie
  • Jeny Rojas Xochimitl
  • Jessica Kulp
  • Jessica König
  • Jessica Richter
  • Jessica Wade
  • Jesús Gambín Egea
  • Joanna Lis
  • joey zhang
  • Johanna Schulz
  • Johanna Stachel
  • Johannes Bischoff
  • Jonas Stoll
  • Jose L. Ocana-Pujol
  • Josefina Muñoz
  • Joshua Fuhrmann
  • José David Ramos Galindo
  • Jovana Gavrilović
  • Jovana Stanimirović
  • Jowita Borowska
  • Joyce Samantha Romero
  • João Paulo Lima
  • Julia Lugge
  • Julian Reusch
  • Julijana Smilevska
  • Jumar Cadondon
  • Juweria Sayed
  • Jürgen Eschke
  • Kai Zhou
  • Kajol Mistry
  • Kajol Paithankar
  • Kala G Pradeep
  • Kaliane Barreto
  • Kalliopi Petraki
  • Kambo Martial ATSE
  • Kamila Azhdarli
  • Kamini Gautam
  • Kandice Tanner
  • Karina Mendoza Ramírez
  • Karla Noelia Garro Arias
  • Karolay Alvarado Navarro
  • Karoline Möhr
  • Katelynn Hubenig
  • Katerina Chrysalidis
  • Katharina Dort
  • Katharina Egg
  • Katharina Werland
  • Kathrin Göbel
  • Kathryn Arpino
  • Kathryn Jepsen
  • Katie Rink
  • Kay Dewhurst
  • Ke Li
  • Keila Moral Figueroa
  • Kerkyra Asvesta
  • Ketevan Danelia
  • Kevin Kähm
  • Khandaker Sharmin Ashrafi
  • Kimberly Palladino
  • Kimberly Tkalčec
  • Kinza Huma
  • Kitzia Hernandez
  • Klara Maria Neumann
  • Klara Pirejska
  • Konstantin Wieland
  • Krisselle Mae Cayabyab
  • Kristin Kliemt
  • Kristina Mihule
  • Krittika Adhikari
  • Kshitij Agarwal
  • Laila Al Sakkaf
  • Lakshmi Vedasamhitha Peesapati
  • Lami Suleiman
  • Lana Ivković
  • Larissa Roessler
  • Laura Carl
  • Laura Garcia-Gassull
  • Laura H. Greene
  • Laura Sagunski
  • Laura Sagunski
  • Laura Teresa Corredor Bohórquez
  • Lavínia Barbosa
  • Lea Dietz
  • Lea Fuß
  • Lea Schlickmann
  • Lena Dalifoski
  • Leonie Karr
  • Les Guthman
  • Lesly TSOPTIO FOUGANG
  • Lidice Cruz Rodriguez
  • Lily Nicholls
  • Lina Mula Muhammad
  • Linda Messee Goulefack
  • Lindsey Lisalda
  • Lisa Mickel
  • Loize Braga
  • Lori McCabe
  • Lourdes Camblor Navarro
  • Lucas Ban
  • Lucas Katschke
  • Luciano Rezzolla
  • Lucrezia Ravera
  • Lucy Kotsiopoulou
  • Lucía Cabrera
  • Lukas Fuchs
  • Luz García
  • M.E. Hogan
  • Mac McMullan
  • Maddalena Cataldo
  • Mahboubeh Shahrbaf
  • Mahdi Sadeghiyan
  • Maitê de Mellos
  • Manfred Simons
  • Manish Jain
  • Manou Engel
  • Mar Ali Caballo
  • Marcela Pac
  • Marco Hofmann
  • Marcus Bleicher
  • Margaret Gardel
  • Margherita Gallano
  • Maria Alejandra Calmon Behling
  • maria assiduo
  • Maria Brezeanu
  • Maria Clara Alvim Sousa
  • Maria Clara Azevedo
  • Maria Elidaiana da Silva Pereira
  • Maria Gonçalves
  • Maria Gul
  • Maria Ignacia Deisen Pinto
  • Maria Irina Mociu
  • Maria Lugaro
  • Maria Luisa (Marilu) Chiofalo
  • Maria Moreno Llacer
  • Maria Preciado
  • Maria Stefaniak
  • Mariam Tórtola
  • Marian Simarro Gonzalez
  • Mariana Bittencourt
  • Mariana Freitas
  • Mariana Jaber
  • Marianne Takamiya
  • Marie Cassing
  • Marie Piper
  • Marie Rischmueller
  • Marie-Blandine Martin
  • Marielle Ackermann
  • Marina Cortes
  • Marina David
  • Marina Hoffmann
  • Marina Tomova Ivanova
  • Mariom Mamtaj
  • Marisol Castellanos
  • Marius Möller
  • Marta de Vivo
  • Martina Di Cesare
  • Martina Erlemann
  • Martina Villa
  • Marwa Hussien
  • Mary Dethero
  • Mary Rose Devine
  • Maryam Khan
  • Maryna Borysova
  • Marzia Rosati
  • marzieh kavand
  • Marzieh Shekari Tousi
  • Mashiat Ibtida Huq
  • Masoumeh Ghanbarzadeh Noudehi
  • Masoumeh Ghasemi Nodehi
  • Mathilde Witt
  • Mattia Emma
  • Max Kuzin
  • Maximilian Wiest
  • Maxx Haehn
  • Maya Harms
  • Meenakshi Sharma
  • Megan Gran
  • Megha Chakraborty
  • Mehdia Sadat
  • Melanie Fülster
  • Melissa Franklin
  • Melissa Kathryn Quinnan
  • Melissa Mendes
  • Melody Denison
  • Meriem Slim
  • Merita Haxhia
  • Mette Leipholz
  • Meytal Eran Jona
  • Miao Feng
  • Michaela Müller
  • Michel Döhring
  • Miguel Barbosa
  • Mika Kraske
  • Milagros F. Morcillo-Arencibia
  • Milena Nikitović
  • Miltiadis Xanthopoulos
  • Miriam Gandelman
  • Miriam Klich
  • Misba Afrin
  • Mishal Khan
  • Mishkatul Ain Nanjiba
  • mohamed abdelouahab
  • Mohd Talib
  • Molly Hammond
  • Molly Wells
  • Monica Sousa
  • Monika Choudhary
  • Monika Fleischer
  • Monique Honsa
  • Morgan Hamilton
  • Moumita Das
  • Moumita Das
  • Mousam Mondal
  • Muhammad Ayaz
  • Muhammad Shumail Khan
  • Mykola Bondarenko
  • Mónica Ledesma Motolinía
  • Mónica Lopez
  • Mónica María Salazar Cardona
  • Nada Ali
  • Nafi Farzana Nafi Farzana
  • Naina Khandelwal
  • Naiomi Losey
  • najwa al bouzieh
  • Namra Aftab
  • Nandini Trivedi
  • Naouel Boulkaboul
  • Natalia Iannarella A
  • Natalie Breffle
  • Natey Kübler
  • Nayara Mendonça
  • Nayla Jiménez De la Vega
  • Neda Sadooghi
  • Neelam Singh
  • Neelima M
  • Neetu Raj Singh Chundawat
  • Negin Rahimzadeh
  • Neha Yasin
  • Niamh Ferguson
  • Nicole Ford
  • Nicole Thorisch
  • Nidhin Vechuvettikkal Shaji
  • Niharika Verma
  • Niklas Becker
  • Niklas Zorbach
  • Niloofar Jokar
  • Nina Cielica
  • Ning Yuan
  • Nisa Amir
  • Nishtha Srivastava
  • Nithyasree P G
  • Nitzan Saadon
  • Nouhaila Innan
  • Nour Ismail
  • Nusrath Jahan
  • Oksana Iarygina
  • Olesia Voloshyna
  • Olga Soloveva
  • Omnia Abdel-Raouf
  • Ouma Awuor
  • Oxana Mishina
  • Paarmita Pandey
  • Pallavi jha
  • Pamela Llerena Delgado
  • Pamela Ochoa
  • Panagiota Touloumi
  • Panya Jain
  • Paola Dominguez Fernandez
  • Paramita Dutta
  • Parul Devi
  • Pas García-Martínez
  • Patrick Raif
  • Paul Anderson
  • Paula Gálvez Molina
  • PC LALREMRUATI
  • Petra Schütt
  • Philipp Schicho
  • Phoebe Sharp
  • Phoebe Sharp
  • Phyllis Mania
  • Pia Jakobus
  • Pia Tolksdorf
  • PRABHAT MANNA
  • Prajakta Mane
  • Pranoti Kshirsagar
  • Prativa Pritimita
  • Prithvi Raj Singh
  • Priya Mathews
  • Priyadarshini Pandit
  • Priyal Bordia
  • Priyanjali Patel
  • Priyanka Kanade
  • Priyanka Samanta
  • Priyanka Sarmah
  • Qianyu Wang
  • Raana Hatami Naderloo
  • RADHIKA DESHMUKH
  • Rahmaneh Ostovar
  • Rajeev Singh
  • Rajesh Khaparde
  • Rajka Pejanovic
  • Ralitsa Mancheva
  • Ramni Gupta
  • Rania Shafiq
  • Ranjan Laha
  • Raphaela Melo
  • Rasha Awni
  • Rashmi Sarwal
  • Rasmita Timalsina
  • Rayssa Do Socorro Cardoso Silva
  • Raúl Meléndez-Venancio
  • Rebeca Canales
  • Rebeca Ibarra
  • Rebecca Baumann
  • Reem Mohamed
  • Reetanshu Pandey
  • Reginald Christian Bernardo
  • Ren Morley
  • Renata Ferrero
  • Renata Nascimento
  • Renu Bala
  • Reshma Krishnan Sudha
  • Rhea Gaur
  • Ridwan Odunowo
  • Rimika Jaiswal
  • Rimsha Shaikh
  • Rishu Verma
  • Rituparna Maji
  • Rizwana Siddique
  • Roger Erb
  • Romina Ballesteros
  • Romina Ghasemizadeh
  • Ronja Malsy
  • rosa di nero
  • Rosa Rahe
  • Rosario Nania
  • Roser Valenti
  • Roukaya Dekhil
  • Rudrapriya Das
  • Rukmani Mohanta
  • Rute Fabiana Martins Fernandes
  • Rutuja Pilgar
  • Saad Mehmood
  • saba khan
  • Sabina Gautam
  • Sabina Guliyeva
  • Sabina Krasilovskaja
  • Sabine Tornow
  • Saboura sadat Zamani
  • sade nereida
  • Saeedah Alanazi
  • safa gaid
  • Safaa Joumad
  • Sahil Ugale
  • SAJAL NADUVILE THADATHIL
  • Sakshi Madekar
  • Sally Lord
  • Salman U Zaman
  • Samalka Anandagoda
  • Samaneh Shamyati
  • Samantha López
  • Samaya Nissanke
  • Samrangy Sadhu
  • Sana Saleem
  • Sana Wajih
  • Sana Wajih
  • Sanaz Shokri
  • Sanchayita Mondal
  • Sandrine Balz
  • Sanika Valakulavan Sukumaran
  • Sanjidah Sabur
  • Sankalp Shinde
  • Sanskruti Admane
  • Santiago Ortega Mirón
  • Sara Kaouk
  • Sara Konrad
  • Sara MEDHET
  • Sara Motalebi
  • Sara Yousef
  • Sarah Antier
  • Sarah Johnston
  • Sarah Jones
  • Sarra Mannai
  • SATYAM VERMA
  • Saul Palacios
  • Seema Shukla
  • Sergio Cruz-Leon
  • serpil yalcin kuzu
  • Seyedeh Sedigheh Hashemi
  • Shabana Khan
  • Shabeeb Alalawi
  • Shaeema Zaman
  • Shafeeq Rahman Thottoli
  • Shahrzad Izadipour
  • Shaifali Mehta
  • Shams El-Adawy
  • Shaniya Sunny
  • Shankar Naragund
  • Shankee Verma
  • Sharda Pandey
  • sharon Diamant Pick
  • Sher Baz
  • Sherihan Ashraf
  • Sherry Yuqing Xu
  • Shima Osloub
  • Shiqian Hu
  • Shiuli Chatterjee
  • Shivangi Chugh
  • Shivanshi Tiwari
  • shneider iris
  • Shreya Roy
  • Shriya Soma
  • Shrobana Ghosh
  • Shyam Das
  • SHYAM KRISHNA ADHIKARI
  • Sihan Huang
  • Sihem Berbache
  • Silvia Lucía Correa Angel
  • Silvia Manconi
  • Silvia Pietroni
  • Simon Bongarz
  • Simon Reichert
  • Simona Achilli
  • Simona Romaniello
  • Simony Santos da Costa
  • Sinéad Ryan
  • Sipra Hota
  • Siyuan Li
  • Slađana Berić
  • Sobhan Kazempour Ishka
  • Soe Gon Yee Thant -
  • Sofia Pacheco Garcia
  • Sofia Qvarfort
  • Sofieke ten Kate
  • Sofiia Bercha
  • Sofija Miljkovic
  • Sofía Martínez
  • Sonali Borah
  • Sonam Sharma
  • Soner Albayrak
  • Sophia Florence Dellmann
  • Sophia Gad-Nasr
  • Sophie Abrahams
  • Sophie Geiger
  • Sourav Suresh
  • Sreeja Kartha
  • Srija Chakraborty
  • Srobona Basak
  • Stacyann Nelson
  • Stefan Schippers
  • Stefanie Adams
  • Stefanie Mrozinski
  • Stefanie Wittich
  • Subhrata Dey
  • Suhasi Gupta
  • Sujatha Ramakrishnan
  • Sukanya Baruah
  • Sulagna Dutta
  • Sumedha Biswas
  • Sumera Karim
  • Suneel Dutt
  • Suprovo Ghosh
  • Susana Pedrosa
  • Svetlana Kushpil
  • SWAGATA BISWAS
  • Swarnim Shirke
  • Sweta Shah
  • Syed Shakir Ashraf Shah Bukhari
  • Syeda Eman Zahra
  • Taesoo Song
  • Tahere Parto
  • Tamara Caldas Cifuentes
  • Tanja Villinger
  • Tanvi Krishnan
  • Tara Hassanzadeh
  • Tarnem Afify
  • Tatjana Wilk
  • Tegan Thomas
  • Tetiana Obikhod
  • Thamizhavel Arumugam
  • Thara Caba
  • Thathsarat Liyanagedara
  • Thejus Mary S
  • Thi Hoang
  • Thilo Brill
  • Tian Ooi
  • Timothy Coffman
  • Tisa Biswas
  • Tobias Raum
  • Toka Alokda
  • Trisha Sarkar
  • Tsovinar Karapetyan
  • Tuba Gundem
  • Uliana Dmitrieva
  • Uta Hamers
  • Vahid Teknik
  • Val Ruiz
  • Valentina Serrano Escalante
  • Valeria Pettorino
  • Valeria Zelina Reyna Ortiz
  • Vanshika Sharma
  • VARTIKA SINGH Res. Scholar, Physics, IIT(BHU)
  • Veit Gruhn
  • Venera Valiullova
  • Veronika Prus
  • Veysel Aksu
  • Victoria Kletzl
  • Victoria Santiago Aguilar
  • Victoria Sánchez Muñoz
  • Viktoria Kungel
  • Vinka Dakić
  • Viola Bauernfeind
  • Violetta Sagun
  • Virna Herrera corrales
  • Vishal Khan
  • Vishal Kumar Sharma
  • Vishva Patel
  • Vitoria Valença
  • Wadha Al raeesi
  • Wajahat Ali Waqas
  • Ward AMAR
  • Wendy Taylor
  • Willian Costa de Paula
  • Wolfgang Unger
  • Xiao Xue
  • Xiaoqing Zhang
  • Yajing Wei
  • yamina zaoui
  • Yan Huang
  • Yasmin Leimbach
  • Yasmine Mhirsi
  • Yossi Nir
  • You-Ru Lee
  • Young-Joon Song
  • Youxi Zhang
  • Yu Liu
  • Yu Zhang
  • Yujie Wang
  • Yuliia Balkova
  • Yvonne Pachmayer
  • Zahra Davari
  • Zainab Alsayed
  • Zainab Mangi
  • Zakia Rahim
  • Zara Zaman
  • Zeinab Imani
  • Zhanna Khuranova
  • Zhenyang Zhang
  • Zhongbo Kang
  • Zipora Stober
  • Zoe Kearney
  • Zoe Wheelwright
  • Zoë Lange
  • Zsuzsanna Mozsary
  • Zuzana Moravcova
  • Αφροδιτη Καραμητρου
  • فاطمه حیدری
  • +1
    • 2:00 PM 2:05 PM
      Welcome: Prof. Dr. Laura Sagunski (Chair of the local organizing committee at Goethe University)
    • 2:05 PM 2:10 PM
      Welcome: Bettina Stark-Watzinger (German Minister of Education and Research)
    • 2:10 PM 2:15 PM
      Welcome: Angela Dorn (Hessian Minister for Science and the Arts)
    • 2:15 PM 2:20 PM
      Welcome: Prof. Dr. Enrico Schleiff (President of Goethe University)
    • 2:20 PM 2:25 PM
      Welcome: Prof. Dr. Roger Erb (Dean of the Department of Physics at Goethe University)
    • 2:25 PM 2:35 PM
      Welcome: Niloofar Jokar, Marisol Castellanos, Soe Gon Yee Thant (Representatives of the International Association of Physics Students – IAPS)
    • 2:35 PM 3:00 PM
      Break 25m
    • 3:00 PM 3:40 PM
      Condensed matter physics: Prof. Dr. Nandini Trivedi (Ohio State University), "The strange world of fractionalized quantum numbers in quantum matter" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Roser Valentí

      Prof. Dr. Nandini Trivedi (Ohio State University), "The strange world of fractionalized quantum numbers in quantum matter"

      I will describe the fascinating story of emergence in quantum matter-- the fact that the properties of a collective can be very different from those of the individual constituents. For example, we think of an electron as a fundamental particle with charge e and spin ℏ/2. And yet in a system with many interacting electrons new states with fractionalized charge e/3 can emerge. These fractionalized particles can have exchange statistics that are different from the usual fermions and bosons. Fractionalized particles are proving to be important as topological qubits that are protected from decoherence by the environment and have unique potential to encode information in quantum computers.

    • 3:40 PM 4:20 PM
      Atomic, molecular and optical physics: Prof. Dr. Christiane Koch (Free University of Berlin), "What chiral molecules can teach us about quantum control" | Chair of the session: Dr. Kristin Kliemt

      Prof. Dr. Christiane Koch (Free University of Berlin), "What chiral molecules can teach us about quantum control"

      Molecular chirality -- the fact that a chiral molecule cannot be
      superimposed with its mirror image by rotations and translations -- is as
      ubiquitous as it is intriguing. The left-handed and right-handed versions
      of a chiral molecule share almost all of their physical properties. Yet,
      the chemical and biological behavior of the two enantiomers typically
      differs dramatically. Detection of chirality and the ability to separate
      enantiomers, therefore, play a central role across the natural sciences.
      As physicists, we would ideally like to use electromagnetic fields to this
      end. When exciting chiral molecules with electric fields, chirality can
      be detected via vector observables. I will discuss how quantum control,
      i.e., the constructive and destructive interference between different
      excitation pathways, allows for enhancing chiral vector observables, all
      the way to complete enanantiomer-selective excitation.

    • 4:20 PM 4:30 PM
      Break 10m
    • 4:30 PM 5:10 PM
      Biophysics: Prof. Dr. Kandice Tanner (U.S. National Cancer Institute) | Chair of the session: Dr. Kristin Kliemt
    • 5:10 PM 5:50 PM
      Heavy-ion physics: Prof. Dr. Johanna Stachel (Heidelberg University), "Exploring the phase diagram of strongly interacting matter with collisions of nuclei at the LHC" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Elena Bratkovskaya

      Prof. Dr. Johanna Stachel (Heidelberg University), "Exploring the phase diagram of strongly interacting matter with collisions of nuclei at the LHC"

      The theory of strong interaction, quantum-chromo-dynamics,
      predicts for high temperature and density a new state of matter in
      which the confinement of quarks and gluons is lifted. This state, the
      quark-gluon-plasma, existed in the early universe after the
      electro-weak phase transition up to about 10 microseconds. Results
      from lattice QCD on the phase diagram will be presented. In the past
      35 years accelerator-based experiments have been conducted in order to
      recreate this state of matter for a short time. The ideal tool are
      collisions of heavy nuclei at energies as high as possible. With the
      Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN an entirely new energy regime
      became accessible.

      Two aspects of the data will be explored: (i) Experimental knowledge
      about the phase boundary between ordinary hadronic matter and the
      quark-gluon plasma: This is based on the measured yields of various
      hadronic species. Here a direct link can be made the the full
      statistical operator of QCD including it's fluctuations. (ii)
      Evidence for deconfinement: This comes from the production of
      charmonia as a function of center of mass energy and centrality of the
      collision. The LHC data offer a unique signature.

    • 5:50 PM 6:00 PM
      Break 10m
    • 6:00 PM 6:40 PM
      Condensed matter physics: Prof. Dr. Claudia Felser (Director, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids) | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Roser Valentí
    • 2:00 PM 2:25 PM
      Beyond academia: Dr. Pranoti Kshirsagar (The Science Talk), "Build your brand on Twitter with The Science Talk" | Chair of the session: Dr. Phyllis Mania

      Dr. Pranoti Kshirsagar (The Science Talk), "Build your brand on Twitter with The Science Talk"

      Writing research grants, manuscripts, administrative work, data analysis, planning next experiment and lots of other tasks take up most of your time as a scientist leaving no space for engaging with your followers in the digital world. In this session you will learn how to cultivate an effective mindset for content creation. With the tools shared in this talk, you will be able to get the most Twitter.

    • 2:25 PM 2:50 PM
      Beyond academia: Prof. Dr. Dorothée Weber-Bruls (Physics Society "Physikalischer Verein" Frankfurt am Main & Jones Day), "Curiosity and Serendipity - A Journey beyond Academia" | Chair of the session: Dr. Phyllis Mania

      Prof. Dr. Dorothée Weber-Bruls (Physics Society "Physikalischer Verein" Frankfurt am Main & Jones Day), "Curiosity and Serendipity - A Journey beyond Academia"

      In principle it is well know that physics offers the base for a multitude of activities, but how has my specific path led from university to where I am today. A path doesn’t have to move along a straight line, it can have unsuspected turns and bring new beginnings, which can hardly be predicted. Only looking back at it, you can make sense of it and appreciate any redirections. My journey began after finishing my studies in 1990 and staying in the field of research for a a while, to then applying my skills in physics in the business world and finally becoming partner at Jones Day, one of the worlds largest US law firms. Now pure physics remains to be my hobby, leading to me giving weekly lectures at my Alma Marta and in 2019 becoming the first female President of the “Physikalischer Verein”, an almost 200 year old society brought to life by Goethe’s appreciation of physics. As both my daughters are also presently beginning their careers, I noticed the importance of courage. Thus, I would like to take you with me on my journey and hope to encourage you on yours.

    • 2:50 PM 3:00 PM
      Break 10m
    • 3:00 PM 3:40 PM
      Geophysics: Prof. Dr. Irina Artemieva (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel), "Living on a living Earth" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Falko Pientka

      Prof. Dr. Irina Artemieva (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel), "Living on a living Earth"

    • 3:40 PM 4:20 PM
      Astrophysics: Prof. Dr. Samaya Nissanke (GRAPPA Amsterdam) | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Luciano Rezzolla
    • 4:20 PM 4:30 PM
      Break 10m
    • 4:30 PM 5:10 PM
      Astrophysics: Prof. Dr. Lorin Swint Matthews (Baylor University), "Cosmic Dust Bunnies and Laboratory Dust Crystals: An introduction to dusty plasma research" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Luciano Rezzolla

      Prof. Dr. Lorin Swint Matthews (Baylor University), "Cosmic Dust Bunnies and Laboratory Dust Crystals: An introduction to dusty plasma research"

      Lorin Swint Matthews
      Baylor University, Waco, Texas USA
      E-mail: lorin_matthews@baylor.edu

      Dust is everywhere. 99.99% of the matter in the universe is in the plasma state – it’s everywhere, too. What happens when dust and plasma get together?

      My research is focused on dusty plasmas: tiny pieces of ice and rock a hundred times smaller than the width of a human hair, and their interaction with plasma, the glowing ionized gas that makes up 99% of our universe. The phenomena I study range from how the dust in cosmic gas clouds starts to clump together to form new planets (the formation of cosmic dust bunnies) to how these small particles can assemble themselves into incredibly ordered structures like crystals and helical strings reminiscent of the twisted helix of DNA.

      While charged dust is the primary component of many beautiful astrophysical phenomena such as comet tails, planetary rings, protoplanetary disks, and noctilucent clouds, it is a problem for missions to other bodies in our solar system. The Apollo astronauts found that lunar dust can alter the thermal properties of equipment, obscure visors and instrument readouts, degrade seals, and abrade materials. The Mars Rovers stopped working when their solar panels became covered with dust.

      Understanding the charging and dynamics of dust is vital to understanding our universe as well as exploring our solar system. Numerical modeling of the coupled charging and transport processes allows exploration of environments which can’t be easily reached. These models must be validated by comparing with experimental measurements. This talk will provide a brief overview of current capabilities of numerical models and their validation against both ground and space-based experiments.

    • 5:10 PM 5:50 PM
      Heavy-ion physics: Prof. Dr. Barbara Jacak (UC Berkeley), "Heavy Ion Physics: Interactions inside the quark gluon plasma" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Alberica Toia

      Prof. Dr. Barbara Jacak (UC Berkeley), "Heavy Ion Physics: Interactions inside the quark gluon plasma"

      The plasma of quarks and gluons formed in heavy ion collisions has some extraordinary properties. It flows hydrodynamically, with almost no friction. Furthermore, it is very opaque to any quark or gluon that tries to traverse it. This is due to the strength of the interactions among the particles within the plasma, which has been discovered to be an excellent example of a strongly-coupled plasma. Such plasmas are dominated by many-body interactions. In the quark gluon plasma we can study the many-body physics of the strong interaction, which has similarities to the more common electromagnetically interacting plasmas. I will discuss how we measure properties and interactions of quark gluon plasma, and how those can be understood theoretically.

    • 5:50 PM 6:00 PM
      Break 10m
    • 6:00 PM 6:40 PM
      Particle physics: Prof. Dr. Melissa Franklin (Harvard University), "Maria and Me: Interested in long lived Particles" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Aberica Toia

      Prof. Dr. Melissa Franklin (Harvard University), "Maria and Me: Interested in long lived Particles"

      I will discuss the interests and work of Maria Goeppert-Mayer, the second woman to win the Nobel Prize in physics for explaining why some atoms are stable and my own interest in searching for long-lived particles that may not exist, at the Large Hadron Collider.

      • 6:00 PM
        Break 10m
    • 6:40 PM 7:40 PM
      Round table with Dr. Jessica Wade (Imperial College London), Dr. Maria Lugaro (Konkoly Observatory), Prof. Dr. Melissa Franklin (Harvard University), Prof. Dr. Laura H. Greene (Florida State University and U.S. National High Magnetic Field Laboratory), Prof. Dr. Lorin Swint Matthews (Baylor University) and Prof. Samaya Nissanke (GRAPPA Amsterdam) | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Laura Sagunski
    • 3:00 PM 3:40 PM
      Astrophysics: Dr. Maria Lugaro (Konkoly Observatory), "Making elements from carbon to lead in low-mass stars" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Camilla Hansen

      Dr. Maria Lugaro (Konkoly Observatory), "Making elements from carbon to lead in low-mass stars"

      Stars like our Sun end their lives after becoming red giants because
      strong winds erode most of their mass. In the meantime, nuclear
      reactions in their deep, hot layers produce a large variety chemical
      elements. I will show how I model the nuclear processes than happen
      inside these stars and what these processes can tell us about the
      origin of matter in the Universe and the formation of the Earth.

    • 3:40 PM 4:20 PM
      Atomic, molecular and optical physics: Prof. Dr. Heather Lewandowski (University of Colorado Boulder), "Watching chemical reactions happen one molecule at a time" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Falko Pientka

      Prof. Dr. Heather Lewandowski (University of Colorado Boulder), "Watching chemical reactions happen one molecule at a time"

      Control over the quantum states of atoms and molecules can lead to a fundamentally new understanding of how these particles interact and react. This knowledge has the potential to impact our ability to probe processes in planetary atmospheres and in the interstellar medium, as well as relevant terrestrial process such as combustion.

      Experimental techniques developed for control and measurement of atoms is now being used to study more and more complex molecules. We study these rich systems at low temperatures where we can trap and examine their properties for many minutes, as compared to small fractions of a second in standard experiments. Using these cold, trapped molecular ions, we investigate mechanisms of ion-molecule reactions to gain insights into the mechanisms driving these processes.

    • 4:20 PM 4:30 PM
      Break 10m
    • 4:30 PM 5:10 PM
      Biophysics: Prof. Dr. Margaret Gardel (Horace B. Horton Professor of Physics and Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago), "Machinery of Living Matter" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Falko Pientka

      Prof. Dr. Margaret Gardel (Horace B. Horton Professor of Physics and Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago), "Machinery of Living Matter"

      Life is supported by integrated systems of physical and chemical machines that span from the macromolecular to ecosystem scale. Physicochemical coupling that occurs across these scales give rise to essential features of life including motion and information processing. In this talk, I introduce the rich physics of this field and will describe recent efforts to understand the design principles of the active, soft matter that control the shape and motion of living cells. In particular, in my lab we are interested in the design principles by which protein-based materials generate, relax, sense and adapt to mechanical force.

    • 5:10 PM 5:50 PM
      Geophysics: Prof. Dr. Barbara Romanowicz (UC Berkeley and Collège de France), "Imaging the earth's deep interior using seismic waves" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Roser Valentí

      Prof. Dr. Barbara Romanowicz (UC Berkeley and Collège de France), "Imaging the earth's deep interior using seismic waves"

      Barbara Romanowicz
      Professor of the Graduate School, University of California, Berkeley.
      and Professeur Honoraire, Collège de France, Paris

      In the mid 1960's, the plate tectonics revolution brought to light the dynamic nature of the earth's interior, with rising hot molten rock forming new crust at mid-ocean ridges and cold, thickened tectonic plates returning to the mantle at so-called subduction zones. We now understand that plate motions are driven by internal currents of matter that serve to evacuate heat accumulated deep in our planet. However, the precise mechanisms by which these motions interact with plates remains somewhat elusive.
      Seismic waves generated by natural earthquakes penetrate deep into the earth's interior, accelerating or decelerating as they propagate, depending on the temperature and composition of the rock masses they encounter, thus illuminating the internal structure of our planet. Forty five ago, the first global seismic tomographic models revealed the presence of two large, antipodal, structures at the base of the Earth's mantle, that had no obvious relation to surface geology or plate tectonics. With the expansion of digital, very broadband seismic networks and related on-line databases, combined with improvements in theory and computer power, the resolution of mantle elastic structure has progressively improved. I will illustrate how state-of- the-art imaging techniques allow us to track the fate of tectonic plates that dive back into the mantle beneath the Pacific "ring of fire", follow the paths of deeply rooted hot mantle plumes, as they ascend towards the surface and are expressed there in the form of hotspot volcanism (of which Hawaii and Iceland are prominent examples). I will present some of the open science questions raised by the new imaging results, and discuss technical challenges and pathways for further progress in full waveform tomography, combining tools from seismology and other geophysical disciplines.

    • 5:50 PM 6:00 PM
      Break 10m
    • 6:00 PM 6:40 PM
      Condensed matter physics: Prof. Dr. Laura H. Greene (Florida State University and U.S. National High Magnetic Field Laboratory), "The Dark Energy of Quantum Materials" | Chair of the session: Prof. Dr. Roser Valentí

      Prof. Dr. Laura H. Greene (Florida State University and U.S. National High Magnetic Field Laboratory), "The Dark Energy of Quantum Materials"

      Laura H. Greene
      National MagLab and Florida State University

      The nearly 80-year-old correlated electron problems remain largely unsolved; with one stunning success being BCS electron-phonon mediated conventional superconductivity. There are dozens of families of superconductors that are unconventional, including the high-Tc cuprate and iron-based, and heavy fermion superconductors. Although these materials are disparate in many of their properties, some of their fundamental characteristics are strikingly similar, including their ubiquitous phase diagram, with intriguing correlated-electron (not-Fermi liquid) phases at temperatures well above the superconducting transition. These remain among the greatest unsolved problems in physics today; and I will present an analogy stressing that. I will also give a short overview of the US National MagLab and mention some of our own recent work on identifying a possible new pairing mechanism in a heavy-fermion superconductor.

      • 6:00 PM
        Break 10m
    • 6:40 PM 7:00 PM
      Closing: Prof. Dr. Laura Sagunski (Chair of the local organizing committee at Goethe University)