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Young Researchers from Academia Sinica Invited to 2024 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Date: 2024-06-18

The 73rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting will be held from 30 June to 5 July, 2024, in Lindau, Germany. Around 40 Nobel Laureates have been invited to meet 600 young (30 years of age or less) scientists from all over the world to engage in face-to-face discussions. Two candidates from Academia Sinica have successfully passed the international selection process—Mr. Ting-Jui Ben Chang and Ms. Septia Kholimatussadiah, both Ph.D. students of the Nano Science and Technology Program of the Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP).

Mr. Ting-Jui Ben Chang is excited to interact with outstanding scientists from various generations, cultures, and backgrounds, sparking creative ideas about the future of the scientific community. Ms. Septia Kholimatussadiah hopes to emulate the Nobel laureates and excellent scientists at the event, with the aim of bringing back the knowledge she acquires and passing it on to Taiwan’s younger generations, inspiring them to develop a love for science.

This year’s scientific programme focusses on three key themes: Quantum Physics and Quantum Technologies, Physics-based Solutions to the Energy Challenge, and Artificial Intelligence in Physics. The event also features a conversation with Anne L'Huillier, the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics laureate.

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings are a series of annual, scientific conferences held every summer to bring together Nobel laureates and young scientists to foster scientific exchange between generations and cultures. The opportunity to join the annual gathering of Nobel Laureates at Lindau is provided exclusively to outstanding young scientists, including undergraduates, Ph.D. students, and post-doc researchers. The selected candidates have successfully passed a multi-stage selection process, done in cooperation with about 150 academic partners worldwide.

Since 1951, the annual meetings have been unique in facilitating extensive and informal exchanges between generations, cultures, and disciplines. The free expression and exchange of ideas are core to the Meetings’ values. In 2017, Academia Sinica signed an MoU with the Lindau Council and the Lindau Foundation and become an academic partner of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.

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  • Mr. Huan-Tang Chang, Department of International Affairs, Academia Sinica

    (02) 2789-9895,changht@gate.sinica.edu.tw

  • Ms. Wen-Li Wang, Media & Public Affairs, Secretariat, Academia Sinica

    (02) 2789-9727,cassiew@gate.sinica.edu.tw

  • Mr. Astin Chang, Media & Public Affairs, Secretariat, Academia Sinica

    (02) 2787-2565,astinchang@gate.sinica.edu.tw