Physics@Veldhoven General information

Physics@Veldhoven took place on 23 and 24 January 2018. It is a large congress that provides a topical overview of physics in the Netherlands.

Traditionally, young researchers are given the chance to present themselves and their work alongside renowned names from the Dutch and international physics community. The programme covers Light and matter, Atomic, molecular and optical physics, Nanoscience and nanotechnology, Statistical physics and Soft condensed matter, Surfaces and interfaces, Physics of fluids, Subatomic physics, Plasma and fusion physics, and Strongly correlated systems.

For an impression of the congress, see the compilation video of Physics@Veldhoven 2017.

Steering Committee 2018

Herman Clercx (TU/e), Hans Hilgenkamp (UT) and Stan Bentvelsen (Nikhef) are the members of the Steering Committee for Physics@Veldhoven 2018. This Committee decides on the overall set-up of the conference and appoints a Programme Committee to complete the programme.

Programme Committee 2018

The members of the Programme Committee of Physics@Veldhoven 2018 are Daniela Kraft (LEI), André Mischke (UU), Thomas Morgan (DIFFER), Jeroen van Oijen (TU/e), Anouk Rijs (RU), Daniel Vanmaekelbergh (UU), Anne de Visser (UvA) and Harold Zandvliet (UT).

For more information about the conference, please contact the organisation by email or by phone +31 30 600 12 22.

For pictures and video material of Physics@Veldhoven see Archives.

Unable to attend our Physics@Veldhoven 2018 conference? Watch the livestream!

Were you unable to attend our Physics@Veldhoven conference? Watch the livestream of the plenary lectures and the NWO Physics Prizes award ceremony:


23 January
10.00-10.05 Niek Lopes Cardozo, acting chair NWO Domain Science
10.05-10.50 Hari Manoharan (Stanford)
20.00-20.30 Award ceremony NWO Physics Prizes 2017
20.30-21.15 Julia M. Yeomans (Oxford)

24 January
15:45-16:35 Johanna Stachel (Heidelberg)

Physics@Veldhoven 2018 aankondiging

Team Veldhoven

Team Veldhoven consist this year of Marcel Hoek, Varsha Kapoerchan, Margit de Kok, Martine van Harderwijk and Mirjam van Ooijen.