Öffentliche Vorträge

Das diesjährige Programm beinhaltet zwei öffentliche Höhepunkte (keine Anmeldung erforderlich):

Nobelpreisträger Samuel C. C. Ting (CERN & MIT) wird, anläßlich des 100-Jahr Jubiläums der Entdeckung der kosmischen Strahlung durch Viktor F. Hess, über weltraumgestützte Detektoren für kosmische Strahlung sprechen. Das vor einem Jahr erfolgreich gestartete AMS-Experiment an Bord der internationalen Raumstation ISS verspricht auch 100 Jahre nach ihrer Entdeckung noch aufregende neue Erkenntnisse.

Donnerstag 21. Juni, 19:00 - ca. 20:15, HPH G 1 (ETH Hönggerberg)

 

Gebhard F. X. Schertler (ETH Zürich & PSI) wird in einem öffentlichen Kolloquium (organisiert vom NCCR MUST und ETH FAST) über "Ultraschnelle Biologie" reden. Dieses Kolloquium richtet sich an die Physikgemeinde und erklärt, warum ultraschelle Prozesse in der Biologie wichtig sind und gibt Beispiele, welche offenen Fragen hoffentlich mithilfe des SwissFEL (Swiss Free Electron Laser) geklärt werden können.

Freitag, 22. Juni, 12:15 - 13:00, HPH G 2 (ETH Hönggerberg)

Program

Schedules

Here you find the overviews and schedules of the conference. Upon program changes a notification will be placed with the respective entry (original state: 02.05.2012). Changes are marked in red within each file.

Schedule Thursday 21.06.2012 (updated on 18.06.2012)

Schedule Friday 22.06.2012 (updated on 19.06.2012)

Overview Postersession 21. - 22.06.2012 (updated on 19.06.2012)

 

Program Overview

The overview contains the complete program with titles and presenting authors, but no abstracts (original state: 02.05.2012). Changes are marked in red.

Overview of the Program (updated on 19.06.2012)

 

Sessions

Here you find the complete program with abstracts. Upon program changes a notification will be placed with the respective entry. (original state: 28.05.2012). Changes are marked in red within each file.

Plenary Session (updated on 11.06.2012)

Special: Careers for Physicists

Special: Teacher's Afternoon: "Nanophysik am Gymnasium" (updated on 19.06.2012)

Special: 100 Years of Diffraction: Historical highlights and a look into the next 100 years

Special: B. History of Physics (updated on 18.06.2012)

1 Magnetism at Interfaces

2 Applied Physics + Atomic Physics and Quantum Optics

3 Astro-, Nuclear and Particlephysics (updated on 19.06.2012)

4 Theoretical Physics

5 NCCR MaNEP (updated on 06.06.2012)

6 NCCR Nano

7 NCCR MUST (updated on 18.06.2012)

8 NCCR QSIT (updated on 11.06.2012)

9 Earth, Atmosphere and Environmental Physics

 

 

Best Poster Award

The three best posters at this year's conference will each be recognized with an award. These awards are donated by Europhysics Letters and are doted with CHF 200.-.

Only posters, which are presented on both days and whose authors are present, will be evaluated.

 

Award Ceremony and General Assembly

The award ceremony will take place on June 21, 2012 at 11:30. As every year outstanding scientific works will be honoured with the SPS awards. During the confernce the winners will in addition each give a 30 min talk on the awarded work (details see program).

 

Afterwards the general assemblies of SPS and SSCR are scheduled. The agenda will be published in the SPS Communications no. 37. We encourage all members to actively participate and contact the committee if you would like to see special topics on the agenda.