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Dr. Stephan Eijt New External Member Exam Committee
Tomorrow, the LION exam committee welcomes a new, external member. As of 1 September, at least one of the exam committee’s members has to be from outside Leiden University. The More info

Publ. 31-08-2015 16:46
Plasma Takes on Donut Shape
Leiden physicists have discovered that a free, magnetised plasma reconfigures into a stable shape in certain conditions. They demonstrate through computer simulations that initially helical magnetic field lines in a More info

Publ. 30-07-2015 17:44
Former LION PhD Student Wins GNN Dissertation Prize
The 2015 Dissertation Prize of the Global Neutrino Network has been awarded to three former graduate students, amongst others Tri Astraatmadja, who was part of the Leiden/Nikhef ANTARES group during More info

Publ. 29-07-2015 17:28
eScience Grant for LION Neutrino Research
The Netherlands eScience Center has announced to fund a new Path-Finding Project led by Dr. Dorothea Samtleben from the Leiden Institute of Physics (LION). This project aims to make the More info

Publ. 29-07-2015 15:44
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Recent articles

E. Woldhuis, V. Chikkadi, M.S. van Deen, P. Schall and M. van Hecke (2015) Fluctuations in flows near jamming, Soft Matter, 11, 7024-7031.
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Corentin Coulais, Johannes T. B. Overvelde, Luuk A. Lubbers, Katia Bertoldi, and Martin van Hecke (2015) Discontinuous Buckling of Wide Beams and Metabeams, Physical Review Letters, 115, 044301.
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8 Sept, 16:15, Academy building, Rapenburg
Thesis Defense
Mathias Diez - IL: On electronic signatures of topological superconductivity
Promotor: Prof.dr. C.W.J. Beenakker

18 Sept, 12:14
Van der Waals Colloquium

23 Sept, 11:15, Academy building, Rapenburg
Theses Defense
Andrey Bagrov - IL: The holographic glass bead game: from superconductivity to time machines.
Promotores: Prof.dr. J. Zaanen and Prof.dr. K.E. Schalm

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