Date(s) - 06/02/2018
5:30 pm - 8:15 pm
There will be something for any nanoscience alumni at this years February event, as we have gathered speakers from each end of the Physics – Biology spectrum.
Jonatan Selsing from Dark will be talking about the discovery of gravitational waves and why this discovery is absolutely groundbreaking.
We will also have the pleasure of Johannes Rødbro Busch from the Forensic Science Institute give a talk about Forensic Science and Forensic Research.
Location: Aud 5 at HCØ.
17.30 Drinks and snacks
18.00 Welcome by the naNODE board
18.15 “Gravitational waves and LIGO detector” by Jonatan Selsing
19.00 Break and sandwiches
19.45 “Forensic analysis” by Jonas Rødbro Busch
20.30 Networking and “hygge”
The event is free for all members of naNODE and we hope to see plenty of alumni and students there! Please just sign up here on the website, so we know how many sandwiches to purchase.
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