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Research Van Swinderen Institute Symposia and Meetings March 23-24, 2016: Sixth Quantum Universe Symposium

Sixth Quantum Universe Symposium

General Information


The sixth 'Quantum Universe' (QU6) symposium will take place on Thursday March 24 2016, i.e. the week before Easter, at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.

The event is part of the track "The Quantum Universe" of the Physics and Astronomy Master programmes, a collaboration between the Van Swinderen Institute for Particle Physics and Gravity (VSI), the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute,  the KVI - Center for Advanced Radiation Technology (KVI-CART) and the Johann Bernoulli Institute (JBI). The aim of the symposium is to present new developments, both theoretical and experimental, in (astro-)particle physics and astronomy and to stimulate interactions between the different institutes.


The symposium with be preceded on Wednesday March 23 2016 by a set of masterclasses, primarily aimed at bachelor and master students. It is also open to interested PhD students and postdocs.

QU6 poster
QU6 poster
Last modified:29 February 2016 2.20 p.m.