FYSICA 2014 will be in Leiden on April 1.


Albert Polman will give the Physica lecture during FYSICA 2014. Photo: Henk-Jan Boluijt.

Nynke Dekker

Nynke Dekker will give a lecture entitled 'The impact of physics on discoveries in the bio- molecular world' during FYSICA 2014.

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FYSICA is the annual physics conference of the Netherlands' Physical Society (NNV). Each year the NNV organises FYSICA in cooperation with a Dutch university. So every year FYSICA takes place in another city, according to a roster.

FYSICA 2014 takes place at Leiden University on Tuesday April 1. All physicist are invited to attend the meeting: teachers, industrial physicists, students and academics.

We offer you a program full of interesting physics. Physics matters, so come and see! We are looking forward to welcome you at the registration desk in the Gorlaeus Laboratories. The registration desk opens at 9h00. An itinerary to the Gorlaeus Laboratories can be found here.

By train or by car:
If you come to Leiden by train, you can use the special bus which is driving from Leiden CS to the Gorlaeus Laboratories. The busses drive between 9h00 and 10h00 from Leiden CS to FYSICA. You can find the bus at the rear side of Leiden CS at the parking place of the old Academic Hospital, in front of the Poortgebouw. If you leave Leiden CS at the rear side, you can see the bus already. Please note: the busses are driven by BEUK-company, so you can recognize them easily. In the evening, after the lecture on Econophysics, a bus will drive from the Gorlaeus Laboratories to Leiden CS.

If you arrive at the Gorlaeus Laboratories by car, please follow the signs to the parking place.

Organisation of FYSICA 2014

The organising committee of FYSICA:

Edgar Groenen (UL)- chair
Helmut Schiessel (UL)
Dorothea Samtleben (UL, Nikhef)
Pieter Bouwmeester (De Leidsche Flesch)
Barry Cats (UL)
Noortje de Graaf (NNV) 

Anja Al (NNV)
Debora van Galen Last (NNV) 


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