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The study association for Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy will host her yearly symposium on Wednesday the 14th of November. This years theme will be information, all the guest speakers will connect their field of work to this subject. We can expect some interesting lectures, especially at this time where we’re being overwhelmed by all sorts of data and information.

Four guest speakers, from different fields of study, will each lecture us for 50 minutes. Since there will be some international speakers, the language of conduct will be English. Here’s a little preview of the four guests and what they will tell us about. Little abstracts of the talks will be posted on this page every week.

PD dr. Torsten Enßlin is a professor from Münich and will be talking about information field theory.

Prof. dr. Artur Ekert, currently a professor at Oxford will be talking about Quantum Computing and Quantum Cryptography.

Prof. dr. Hendrik Lenstra is a professor from Leiden and he will be talking about Escher and the Droste effect.

Dr. Magnus Bakke Botnan is a professor teaching at the VU in Amsterdam and will be talking about Topological Data Analysis.

For a small price of  €5,- you will be able to experience this promising afternoon with us. If you’re a member of Nederlandse Natuurkundige Vereniging (NNV) you will get a refund of €2,- at the symposium. The symposium itself will be from 13:00 until 17:00. Coffee, thee and sandwiches will be served and the event will be followed by beers and drinks at the Brainwave in the main hall of Science Park.  

The departments have arranged for several classes to be moved from the afternoon itself to other times during the week, so students can come without missing class. In addition, bachelor students studying Physics may be glad to hear that attendance is accompanied by an Orientation point.

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