Plenary meetings

The MAP Plenum consists of representatives of all member societies and working groups (commissions and national committees). It meets twice a year. Each session is accompanied by a presentation on new research facilities and developments in the fields of mathematics, physics and astronomy.

Next meeting: 27 March 2019

Presentations of the last years

  • November 2018: Square Kilometer Array (SKA) – a new international research infrastructure
    Prof. Jean-Paul Kneib, EPFL, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique

  • March 2018: Gravitational waves and multi-messenger astronomy
    Prof. Philippe Jetzer, University of Zürich, Institute for theoretical physics

  • November 2017: Input and discussion on Open Science & Open Data
    Prof. Alberto Morpurgo, Quantum Matter Physics, University of Geneva (presentation)
    Prof. Romain Teyssier, Computational Astrophysics, University of Zürich (presentation)
    Eva Moser and Dr Cornelia Sommer, SNSF (presentation)

  • September 2015: High Performance Computing at CSCS
    Prof. Thomas Schulthess, ETHZ & CSCS

  • September 2011: Codage et cryptographie: de la théorie aux applications
    Prof. Elisa Gorla, University of Basel

  • April 2011: The NCCR «Quantum Science and Technology» (QSIT)
    Prof. Klaus Ensslin, ETHZ

  • September 2010: Les grand projets en astronomie suisse en cours et en préparation
    Prof. Georges Meylan, EPFL

  • April 2010: PSI: Swiss FEL (Free Electron Laser)
    Profs. Joël Mesot, Bruce Patterson, Raffael Abela, PSI

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