The German Female Physicists' Conference (Deutsche Physikerinnentagung), taking place annually since 1997, is supported by the German Physical Society (Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft DPG) and by its Working Group on Equal Opportunities (AKC). This year's conference will be hosted by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
The conference offers female physicists of different areas and at different career levels - from student to professor as well as physicists in industry - the possibility for networking and professional exchange. The program of the conference covers scientific talks from different areas of physics with special focus on the research performed at KIT, the presentation of professional perspectives for physicists, school and didactic events as well as events on topics like equal opportunity, work-life balance, or career management.
The scientific program will consist of keynote talks and a selection of registered talks. If you are interested in giving a talk (oral or in a poster session) you will have the possibility to send an abstract once the registration will be open. The talks will be selected by the scientific organization committee. You will also have the possibility to register for various workshops and events in due time.
The conference will take place in person (if the then current Covid rules allow for it). A good part of the program will also be broadcasted online. - Should it turn out that Covid rules will not allow for an in person format in November we will switch to the online format. The majority of the talks and events will be in English (details will be given in due time).
Registration and abstract submission will open in June 2022.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Prof. Cornelia Denz, University of Münster
- Prof. Monica Dunford, University of Heidelberg
- Prof. Claudia Felser, Director Max-Planck Dresden
- Dr. Christine Fischer-Friedrich, TU Dresden, Prizewinner of the Hertha-Sponer Award 2022
- Prof. Franziska Glassmeier, TU Delft
- Prof. Ramona Gröber, University of Padova
- Dr. Edda Gschwendtner, CERN
- Prof. Céline Hadziioannou, University of Hamburg
- Prof. Stephanie Hansmann-Menzemer, University of Heidelberg
- Prof. Erica Lilleodden, Fraunhofer-Institut für Mikrostruktur von Werkstoffen und Systemen IMWS
- Prof. Elisa Resconi, TU Munich
- Prof. Roser Valenti, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
- Prof. Annette Zippelius, University of Göttingen, Prizewinner of the Max-Planck-Medal 2022
For further questions or help contact the local organization committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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