Network for Women in Physics (KIF) annual meeting
December 7th, 2016
DTU's Meeting Centre (Building 101, room S10)
This year’s Network for Women in Physics (KIF) annual meeting will take place on the 7th of December at DTU. Please reserve the date, anyone interested in women's careers in physics is very welcome!
KIF is a section of the Danish Physical Society (DFS). The main scope of the network is to raise the profile of female physicists and encourage contact between them.
All presentation titles will be announced soon, but here the is list of confirmed speakers:
Mette M-L Grage, chairwoman of KIF
Kristoffer Haldrup, chairman of DFS.
Professor Anja Boisen, DTU Nanotech, "Sensing and oral drug delivery using micro and nano structures"
Statsgeolog Signe Bech Andersen, GEUS Glaciology and Climate
Researcher Henriette Skourup, DTU Space Geodynamics
Researcher Christa Gall, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University
Professor Susan Stipp, KU NanoGeoScience, "From sequestering CO2 to looking for signs of life on Mars"
Associate Professor Winnie Edith Svendsen, DTU Nanotech, "Innovation possibilities within research"
Research Dean Katrine Krogh Andersen, DTU
We are always looking for new members and supporting members.
Female members of the Danish Physical Society, and women interested in physics (with at least a bachelor's degree or equivalent), can become members of KIF. All other people can become supporting members. There is no additional fee for members of the Danish Physical Society and you can sign up for KIF membership during the annual DFS meeting or any KIF meeting.