CAAPS Colloquium

2nd CAAPS Colloquium

The CAAPS Colloquium combines networking meetings with lectures on  specialized topics. On February 27 from 4 p.m., two outstanding speakers, Philipp Klahn and Thomas Gutsmann, will give talks on "Mimicking natures design - From antimicrobial siderophore-drug conjugates, novel griselimycins and artificial glucosinolates" and "How pathogenes can kill and be killed by membrane-active peptides". This will be followed by further networking and a reception.

Registration requested by February 21, 2024.



1st CAAPS Colloquium

Beginning on the 23rd of February, the CAAPS Colloquium takes place every six months alternating with a symposium. The event focuses on specific topics accompanied with presentations and networking meetings. Organised by Fabian Pauly and Rainer Lienhart, the series started with a focus on quantum science and quantum computing and the speakers Rainer Blatt (scientific director of the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI) in Innsbruck and scientific coordinator of Munich Quantum Valley) on “The Quantum Way of Doing Computations, Simulations and Measurements” and Florian Marquardt (director of the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Light in Erlangen) on “Reinforcement Learning for Quantum Technologies.”