1st NOA SpringSchool and PI Meeting
The Collaborative Research Center (CRC/SFB) 1375 "NOA – Nonlinear Optics down to Atomic scales" was established at the Friedrich Schiller University in July 2019. The 1st edition of its international SpringSchool will take place on March 2-6. There will be excellent opportunities to interact with experts on how to optimally benefit from the NOA community.
The SpringSchool is particularly targeted at PhD students and postdocs associated with the NOA projects. But it is also open to external (national and international) experts to publicly showcase and critically discuss NOA’s latest results and future directions of its scientific program.
Within our first Spring School, on Monday and Tuesday Prof. Dr. Kurt Busch from HU Berlin lectures an FDTD introductory lecture series especially for PhD Students. But of course the lecture is also open to everyone registred.
Further, we organized Lumerical method courses by inviting international Lumerical experts. The courses are mandatory for NOA PhD students and will take place on Wednesday, March 4.
On Thursday March 5, there will be short project review slots to showcase latest results and propose actions within the individual projects. Also, a workshop about data management at DFG standards will demonstrate at all NOA members how to sucessfully work and store data.
We are pleased to host NOA's 1st Poster Party in the evening of March 5 – PhD students should prepare one poster per project. These posters will be discussed over drinks and food in an enchanting atmosphere in an enlightened, castle-like setting.
On Friday, we expect all NOA PIs to discuss future strategies of the CRC and also to contribute to the NOA spirit for the upcoming future.
Venue and location
Registration and further information
For convenience, please do register until February 22 within this page left "Registration" section. All sessions are mandatory for NOA PhD students, postdocs and associated members.
Please see the schedule here for further information.
Organization of the NOA CRC 1375 Springschool
Cindy Büchner & Barbara Kirchner