Every year, the DPG (stands for German Physical Association/Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft) organizes its DPG-(Frühjahrs)Tagungen (DPG (Spring) Meetings) at various locations and universities in Germany. With more than 10.000 physicists annually from Germany and abroad, the DPG-(Frühjahrs)Tagungen (DPG (Spring) Meetings) rank among the largest physics congresses in Europe.
Core objectives of the DPG are the sharing of knowledge and the promotion of young talents; therefore, the DPG-(Frühjahrs)Tagungen (DPG (Spring) Meetings) are an important platform upon which students can present their first master or diploma thesis topics and discuss them with scientists. The comprehensive acceptance of presentations given by young scientists in the conference program is also a unique feature of the DPG-(Frühjahrs)Tagungen (DPG (Spring) Meetings) at the international level. At the same time, these meetings are of great importance for getting in touch with other scientists.
The presence meetings of the SKM, SAMOP and SMuK sections, originally planned for spring 2021, have been postponed to late summer or autumn 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To DPG’s regret, these meetings will also not be able to take place in presence and will now be planned as virtual formats.
We are the main sponsor of this event and look forward to virtual networking opportunities.
Our Chief Technology Officer David Gunnarsson will also give a talk on 29th of September at 15.50 EEST about the “Next Steps in Cryogenics” during the session of “Science meets Industry”.
Check the schedule here.