By preparing your scientific contribution we kindly ask you to keep in
mind that this is a very interdisciplinary conference bringing
together mathematicians, theoretical and experimental physicists
working in very different disciplines. Hence, a sound introduction into
your topic together with a short motivation of your specific research
would be very much appreciated, instead of focusing onto technical
details that may rather be of interest for a small group of colleagues.
The seminar will take place in the new Wilhelm
und Else Heraeus Lecuture Hall which offers most advanced technical
including whiteboard and video conference equipment. For a talk you
can use power point, pdf or similar on
1) USB memory stick
2) CD, or
3) your own notebook (except for poster talks, please see below) /
transparencies (landscape format
is preferable) / video (VHS) / DVD / Internet access.
All data can
be separately projected onto two 130" screens. The data projector
is 1366 x 1024. An IBM ThinkPad R40 notebook for your CDs or USB
is available (Windows XP, MS Office 2003, Adobe Acrobat 6.0).
(*) You don't necessarily need your notebook
there. You can still work with your files stored on the stick using any
PC available at the Physikzentrum.
information concerning poster
The maximum poster size
is 120 cm width x 150 cm height.
There will be a session with oral advertisements of posters. Each
`poster mini talk' must be less than
3 minutes with no more than 2
transparencies. If you prefer to present your mini talk
electronically, please put your file on a memory stick such that it can
be downloaded onto the lecture hall's pre-installed computer (see
above). There will be no time in
this session to switch between different laptops.
short and long talks:
short talks are for 15
minutes plus approximately 5 minutes for discussion
long talks are for 35
minutes plus approximately 5 minutes for discussions