Casimir Science Day for PI's



12:00 - 18:00 hrs


The Hague


On Thursday June 29th, we organize a new edition of the Casimir Science Day! During this day, the science at Casimir takes the central stage. This year, the Casimir Science Day is aimed at Casimir groupleaders specifically.

Aimed at Casimir PI's, the Casimir Science Day will provide an update on the science going on at Casimir, and introduce new PI's. In addition, by bringing you physically together, we hope to enhance new collaborations between different groups, and provide an opportunity to discuss mutual scientific interests.

The official program starts at 12:00h with lunch and registration, although you could visit the science museum Museon by yourself beforehand. We end the program at 18:00h after drinks.

Time  Program

Optional: 10:30 - 12:00 h

Optional: Visit Museon by yourself (if you like)

12:00 - 12:45 h

Registration & lunch

12:45 - 13:30 h

Plenary session: Welcome, Casimir introduction,
and NanoFront story
  12:45: Jan Aarts (Welcome & Casimir intro)
  13:10: Timon Idema (NanoFront story)

13:30 - 13:40 h
Short break
13:40 - 14:25 h
Networking session: Speed-dating
14:25 - 14:45 h
14:45 - 15:45 h
Plenary session: Scientific talks
  14:45: Bas Hensen
  15:05: Eliška Greplová
  15:25: Silke Henkes
15:45 -16:00 h
Short break
16:00 - 17:00 h
Plenary session: Scientific talks
  16:00: Christian Andersen
  16:20: Kaveh Lahabi
  16:40: Kristin Grußmayer
17:00 - 18:00 h

Scientific talks will be given by:
  • Timon Idema (BN, Delft) on NanoFront project: The biophysics of development: How you got to be who you are
  • Bas Hensen (LION): On-chip magnetic levitation and cooling for gravity mediated entanglement
  • Eliška Greplová (QN, Delft): Quantum matter meets artificial intelligence
  • Silke Henkes (LION): Active solids and liquids as models for epithelial cell sheets
  • Christian Andersen (QuTech, Delft): title TBA
  • Kaveh Lahabi (LION): Understanding quantum material with hybrid quantum microscopy probes
  • Kristin Grußmayer (BN, Delft): Twinkle twinkle little star - how we develop and apply quantitative multimodal bioimaging
Abstracts will be uploaded soon.

The organizing committee consists of Alexandre Morin (LION), Anton Akhmarov (Quantum Nanoscience, Delft), Marianne Bauer (Bionanoscience, Delft) and Semonti Bhattacharyya (LION).

Registration [CLOSED]
Registration is closed. If you're still interested in joining, please contact Casimir Coordinator Celine Alkemade to check whether any spots have come available.

The Casimir Science Day is a bi-annual day, organized by the Casimir Research School, where the science is central.

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