Lectures before 6th workshop

Before our regular MS-GWaves workshop in November 2020, on November 23th,  the ECS met online to hear two lectures by Mark Schlutow and Costanza Rodda. Afterwards, they discussed new potential collaborations. The program was finished by a career discussion with Anne Smith and Inna Politchouk.

Sixth YS Meeting

The sixth meeting took place August 5th and 6th 2020. Due to the pandemic it had to be online. Lectures were given by  Hella Garny from DLR Oberpfaffenhofen and Nikki Vercauteren from FU Berlin, followed by an open discussion and question round on gender issues, family and career planing. On August 5 an informal chat room was offered for the ECS to meet, discuss ongoing projects and socialize.

Fifth YS Meeting

The fifth Young Scientist Meeting took place from 21st to 23rd August 2019 at the Goethe-University in Frankfurt (GUF). The meeting included lectures on gravity waves, which were held by Early Career Scientists, and discussions about current research and possible collaborations. Furthermore, there was a 1-day GFD workshop (honorary workshop dedicated to Prof. Triantaphyllos Akylas (MIT) who received the Hereaus Guest Professorship prize) with presentations from C. Staquet (Univ. Grenoble), T. Dauxois (ENS Lyon), A. Venaille (ENS Lyon), R. Grimshaw (UC London), V. Shrira (Univ. Keele), O. Bühler (NYU) and W. Young (UC San Diego). 




Fourth YS Meeting

Fourth Young Scientists Meeting in Jülich took place in March 2019 in Jülich. The participants visited the institute IEK7 at the Forschungszentrum Jülich and exchanged with each others on their scientific work. Furthermore they took part on a training on "Writing competetive proposals" as well as had discussions about further questions on financing of projects with the colleagues of the institute.


Third YS-Meeting

The third YS meeting took place at the IAP in Kühlungsborn from 9 to 10, May 2017. The young scientists were guided through the Leibniz-Institute of Atmospheric Physics in Kühlungsborn, lectures on gravity waves were held and a course on scientific writing was given by Prof. Olaf Wolkenhauer (University of Rostock). To round up the meeting the students visited the laboratories of the Chair of Fluid Mechanics at the University of Rostock where Mr. Brede gave an impressive insight on their experiments. The meeting was closed by a guided tour through the historic city centre of Rostock.

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Press release of the IAP