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Results: 1 - 7 of 7
Results: 1 - 7 of 7
  • Prof Krassimir Velikov, Science of soft materials
    Delicious soft matter
    23 Feb 2018 16:00 - 17:00 Inaugural lecture
    In his inaugural lecture Krassimir Velikov will focus on challenges in microstructure-based innovations in food products that arise from physical complexity, regulations and consumer perception.
  • prof Jeroen van Dongen
    The epistemic virtues of the scientist
    24 May 2017 16:00 - 17:00 Inaugural lecture
    ‘Epistemic virtues’ are central to science and educating others to become scientists. However, as Jeroen van Dongen argues in his inaugural lecture, this formative aspect of scientific education is hindered by the ...
  • Prof. Wim Sinke, professor Photovoltaic energy conversion
    The rise of solar energy
    4 Feb 2016 16:00 Inaugural lecture
    Top-level research, advanced technologies and market developments combine to bring very large-scale and cost efficient use of solar energy within reach. That is the argument of Wim Sinke's inaugural lecture.
  • Prof Wim Beenakker
    The essential role of quantum mechanics
    10 Jun 2015 16:00 - 18:00 Inaugural lecture
    The field of quantum mechanics opens up many opportunities to make optimal use of current-generation particle accelerators in the quest for the foundations of physics. That is the theme of Wim Beenakkers's inaugural ...
  • Jeroen Oerlemans
    The sun rises free of cost
    16 Apr 2015 16:00 - 18:00 Inaugural lecture
    Every day, a huge amount of energy is wasted in the form of sunlight that reaches the Earth's surface. In his inaugural lecture as professor of Photonic Materials for Photovoltaics, Albert Polman proposes a solution ...
  • Prof Hans Maarssen, professor Quantum probability and quantum information
    Purpose and necessity of uncertainty in quantum physics
    15 Jan 2014 16:00 - 17:00 Inaugural lecture
    In quantum physics, uncertainty is both necessary and useful. This will be the central premise of Hans Maassen’s inaugural lecture as professor of Quantum Probability and Quantum Informaton.
  • Dhr. prof. dr. (Jean-Sebastien) Caux, hoogleraar FNWI
    Mr prof. dr. J.S. Caux
    21 Jun 2013 16:00 Inaugural lecture
    Mr prof. dr. J.S. Caux, Professor of Theory in Low-Dimensional Quantum Condensed Matter: 'The Pursuit of Exactness in Quantum Physics'.