Thesis@Isoquant-Meetings are a networking and mentoring platform for female students in physics addressing 3 main objectives:
(1) getting to know the working groups within the Collaborative Research Centre 1225 IsoQuant
(2) find possible topics and supervisors for bachelor, master or PhD thesis
(3) invite female role models to discuss & exchange about general topics related to university / career & family planning / work-life balance/ etc.
The meeting agenda for the winter term 2020/21:
Invited CRC1225 member: Prof. Dr. Markus Oberthaler (KIP) and his working group
Research Topics: Synthetic Quantum Systems, Bosonic Quantum Gases, Atom Trap Trace Analysis, Gravity and Antimatter, Correlations, Entanglement
Meeting-ID: 880 2676 8879
Social X-Mas Meeting: networking & exchange with Glühwein and Lebkuchen
(The meeting on December 16th 2020 is currently planned as a social meeting in present. Depending on the Corona regulations the number of people will be limited. If it is not possible to have a meeting at the university we will have an online meeting via Zoom)
Invited CRC1225 member:Dr. Stefan Flörchinger (ITP) and his working group
Research Topics: Quantum fields, fluids and information
Meeting-ID: 893 7197 6887
External Event: Panel Discussion on Dual Career Opportunities
Within the framework of the 2 Graduate Schools (GRK 1940/GRK 2058) Dr. Monica Dunford and Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hansmann-Menzemer organize events that discuss common problems and challenges in the work environment. In this meeting session they will touch up on the topic of challenges in dual careers. For that they have invited four couples, who have faced a variety of dual career problems both within and outside of physics and academia, to discuss the challenges that they have overcome. This event will take in person and via video. It is open to all students or employees of the faculty as well as their significant others.
In order to prepare for this event, they would like to gather some feedback from you. If you plan to attend, please let them know how many people and if you wish to attend in person so that they can make the necessary arrangements. In addition, they would like to hear if you have any specific themes or problems that you would like this event to address (this feedback will be kept private) so that they can best tailor the event. For example, how to deal with a week-end relationship, compromises you been willing to accept, what was plan B, etc.). For registration to this event, please send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Invited Guest: Prof. Dr. Sandra Klevansky (PI/HGSFP)
Research Topics: Quantum Chromodynamics and Chiral Phase Transitions
Meeting-ID: 820 3532 2183
Invited CRC1225 member: Dr. Zoltan Harman (MPIK Heidelberg) and his working group
Research Topics: Ionic quantum dynamics and high-precision theory
Meeting-ID: 848 6165 6984
In order to organize our meetings we would like to get a list of participants for each meeting. Please register for the meetings at https://uebungen.physik.uni-heidelberg.de/v/1259
For our online meetings via Zoom there is no limit in participants. The meeting on December 16th 2020 is currently planned as a social meeting in present. Depending on the Corona regulations the number of people will be limited. If it is not possible to have a meeting at the university we will have an online meeting via Zoom.