Wednesday, March 23, 2016
January 30, 2016
Two of our group members (including Dr. Mikko Huttunen and me) have attended the Seminar on Nanophotonics and Complex Spacial Modes of Light, hosted by Wilhelm and Else Heraues-Stiftung Foundation in Bad Honnef, Germany.
"Wilhelm und Else Heraeus established their joint foundation in 1963 to promote research and training in the natural sciences, particularly physics. The Foundation encourages scientific exchange by organizing conferences and seminars, supporting talented students and contributing in various ways to improving science education in schools. The Foundation has worked closely with the German Physical Society (DPG) since the mid-1970s. The Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation is highly regarded among physicists, and is considered to be Germany’s most important private donor institution in the field of physics."
|Bad Honnef, Physikzentrum|
|Dr. Mikko Huttunen in front of his poster|