The Carbonhagen homepage is online with practical information, and will be updated continuously with fresh speakers,
abstracts and information. The tentative programme can be seen here (although not with speaker names yet).
Invited speakers so far include :
Young Hee Lee, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Christoph Tegenkamp, Leibniz Universitat Hannover, Germany
Xinliang Feng, Max Planck Institute Mainz, Germany
Martin Pumera, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Asger Mortensen, Technical University of Denmark
Arkady Krasheninnikov, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany
Sergey Mikhailov, University of Augsburg, Germany
Alexander Tzalenchuk, National Physics Laboratory, UK
Abstracts for the invitees and keynote speakers will be online over the next four weeks or so.
You can get an impression of the previous CBH2015, and check the abstracts.
About this year’s meeting :
Participant limit. Like the last few years, we limit the number of participants to 160 participants, keeping the meeting intimate and intense.
Korean session. As the meeting is succeding a EU-Korean workshop, we have the privelege to invite four Korean researchers to share their results and perspectives.
Budget grant option. You can apply for a grant to cover the registration fee.
Young researcher session. A session will be devoted to rising stars, giving a chance for all to hear what the next generation is up to. There will be awards for the best talks and posters.
Abstract submission (posters): July 1, 2016.
Abstract submission (talks): July 1, 2016.
Registration is open. Registration closes July 1, 2016
· Peter Bøggild (Tech. Univ. Denmark)
· Bo Wegge Laursen (Univ. Copenhagen)
· Kasper Nørgaard (Univ. Copenhagen)
· Antti-Pekka Jauho (Tech. Univ. Denmark)
· Louise Mørch Mortensen (Tech. Univ. Denmark)
· Vibe Aarøe Drostgaard (Univ. Copenhagen)
We all hope to see you at Carbonhagen (www.carbonhagen.com)