FYSICA

FYSICA 2017

We welcome you to FYSICA 2017!

Ben Feringa

Nobelprize winner Ben Feringa will give a lecture during FYSICA 2017.

De Oosterpoort

FYSICA 2017 will take place in Groningen, in the Oosterpoort.

Vorige Volgende

Previous editions

FYSICA

 

FYSICA 2016

We felt very honoured that one of the winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2015, Takaaki Kajita, attended FYSICA 2016 and gave a lecture. The program of FYSICA 2016 can be found here. As you can see in the program, spectacular recent breakthroughs in (astro)physics, like quantum entanglement and gravitational waves, were brought to the public. Please find a description of the program (in Dutch) by clicking here.

 

 

FYSICA 2015

On Friday April 10th, FYSICA 2015 took place at Eindhoven University of Technology. All kinds of physicist attended the meeting: teachers, industrial physicists, students and academics. It was a day full of exiting physics. The United Nations (UN) General Assembly 68th Session proclaimed 2015 as the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015). FYSICA 2015 paid attention to the International Year of Light, with parts of the programme focussing on light and light-based technologies. Click here to look at the program of FYSICA 2015.

FYSICA 2014

FYSICA 2014 was hosted by Leiden University on 1 April. You can find the program of FYSICA 2014 here.

FYSICA 2013
FYSICA 2013 took place at TU Delft, in the Aula Conference Centre (building number 20). 

Nobelprize winner 2012 Serge Haroche will give a lecture on individual quantum systems.
Focus sessions: Quantum science and applications, Frontiers of imaging, Energy for the future, Information storage and Technology '2050'.
EPJ Young Speakers Contest: three young scientists will try to convince the audience by giving a presentation about their research.
Lecture by Willem Vos (UT): Looking in and through opaque material.
On the FYSICA-market there will be plenty of opportunities to contact interesting companies and institutes.
Lecture by Marileen Dogterom (Amolf): Building a living cell with glass and gold.
Evening programme (free entrance): De jacht op de Higgs.

The subject of this years annual NNV event was Physics in the Year 2050. Some of the highlights were:

  • Nobelprize winner 2012 Serge Haroche who gave a lecture on individual quantum systems.
  • Focus sessions: Quantum science and applications, Frontiers of imaging, Energy for the future, Information storage and Technology '2050'.
  • EPJ Young Speakers Contest: three young scientists tried to convince the audience by giving a presentation about their research.
  • Lecture by Willem Vos (UT): Looking in and through opaque material.
  • On the FYSICA-market there were plenty of opportunities to contact interesting companies and institutes.
  • Lecture by Marileen Dogterom (Amolf): Building a living cell with glass and gold.
  • Evening programme (free entrance): De jacht op de Higgs, by Frank Linde en Stan Bentvelsen.

 

FYSICA-CHEMIE 2012
FYSICA-CHEMIE 2012 took place at TU Twente and was organized by the NNV (Netherlands Physical Society) in cooperation with the KNCV (Royal Netherlands Chemical Society).

FYSICA 2011
FYSICA 2011 took place at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

FYSICA 2010
FYSICA 2010 took place at the Beatrix building in Utrecht.

Sponsors

NWO RUG Molenaar Optics Hamamatsu LOT-QuantumDesign GmbH Zernike Institute Philips NanoLabNL Shell Ocean Optics ASML