Symposium on occasion of Uwe Bandelow's 60th anniversary
Weierstrass Institute Berlin, August 30, 2022
|14:30-15:10||Nail Akhmediev (Australian National University) Rogue waves: Sasa-Satsuma and Uwe Bandelow|
|15:10-15:50||Kathy Lüdge (Ilmenau University of Technology) Role of timescales in photonic reservoir computing|
|16:20-17:00||Hans Wenzel (Ferdinand-Braun-Institute) Mode degeneracy and Petermann's K-Faktor|
|17:00-17:40||Ulf Leonhardt (Weizmann Institute) Casimir cosmology (online talk)|
|From 17:40||Greetings and congratulations. Moderator: Hans-Jürgen Wünsche|
|From 19:00||Joint dinner at the restaurant Maximilians in the Friedrichstraße 185-190, 10117 Berlin|
The conference will take place in the Erhardt Schmidt Hörsaal and will be available also via Zoom under this link.
Please confirm your participation at the symposium and at the dinner (also WIAS members) by sending an email to Veronica Bove: email@example.com
- Shalva Amiranashvili
- Matthias Wolfrum
- Hans-Jürgen Wünsche
Wearing a FPP2 mask during the event is mandatory, except for the speaker and during the catering.
We will provide you with one FFP2-masks.
According to our house rules, please be aware that you should do a test at the day of the event and before the registration. We will provide you with a corona sef-test. However, if you prefer to do it in a medical centre, these are the closest centers to the institute. Please contact us if you need any assistance:
- Jägerstraße 56, 10117 about 5 minutes walk, open from 7:00 until 20:00, no appointment needed
- Kommandantenstraße 75, 10117 about 11 minutes walk, open from 10:00 until 16:00, no appointment needed
- Friedrichstraße 50, 10117 about 14 minutes walk, open from 7:00 until 20:00, no appointment needed
Please try to spend the coffee-break outside the building.>
The corona measures taken by us are in accordance with the currently valid regulations of the Senate of Berlin. We assume no liability for a possible corona infection that coincides with the visit of our event.
We gratefully acknowledge support by Weierstrass Insitute Berlin (WIAS)