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Navigating Graduate School Abroad: Optics and Quantum Technologies in the Berlin/Germany Region

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Navigating Graduate School Abroad: Optics and Quantum Technologies in the Berlin/Germany Region

10 June 2021, 16:00 - 17:30 - Amsterdam, Daylight Time (UTC + 02:00)

In the heart of Germany, Berlin has established itself not only as a vibrant research hub but also as an outstanding center for Optical Sciences and Quantum Technologies. In this webinar, The Optical Society (OSA) and panelists representing the Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin), the Freie Universität Berlin (FU Berlin) and Humboldt-Univesität zu Berlin (HU Berlin), as well as the renowned research institutes Max-Born-Institute and the Leibniz Association will present you with their unique perspectives. They will also introduce you to the opportunities to conduct practical and theoretical research in Berlin and how to enter the international structured PhD program of BOS.QT.

Panelists include:

 Prof. Dr. Ulrike Woggon (TU Berlin, Chair of BOS.QT and Member of the OSA Board of Directors)
 Prof. Dr. Kurt Busch (HU Berlin, Max-Born-Institute, Vice-Chair of BOS.QT, OSA Fellow)
 Dr. Tobias Heindel (TU Berlin, Junior Group Research Leader Quantum Communication Systems)
 Dr. Gabrielle Thomas (OSA Ambassador, Innovation Ambassador at MSquared)
 Pia Fürtjes (PhD student at BOS.QT and Max-Born-Institute)
 Cem Güney Torun (PhD student at HU Berlin and Vice-President Berlin Optik Student Chapter supported by the OSA)
 Prof. Dr. Sören Salomo (TU Berlin, Berlin University Alliance (BUA) Member of the Steering Committee Objective 4 Promoting Talent)