Nobel Laureates. e commitment of Nobel Laureates to foster e exchange among scientists has been e mainstay of e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings ever since eir beginnings in 1951. To is day, more an 430 recipients of e Nobel Prize have followed e annual invitation to meet e next generation of leading scientists at Lindau. Since 1951, Nobel Laureates in chemistry, physics, and physiology/medicine convene annually in Lindau, Germany, to have open and informal meetings wi students and young researchers. e Laureates lecture on e topic of eir choice in e mornings and participate in less formal, small-group discussions wi e students in e afternoons. e Foundation Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings was established in e year 2000 upon e initiative of fifty Nobel Laureates. In general, e Foundation’s objective is to promote science, research, and related societal activities. In particular, its main purpose is to ensure e continuance and fur er development of e Lindau Meetings. e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings are annual scientific conferences held in Lindau, Bavaria, Germany, since 1951. eir aim is to bring toge er Nobel laureates and young scientists to foster scientific exchange between different generations, cultures and disciplines. e meetings assume a unique position amongst international scientific conferences, as from 30 to 65 Nobel laureates . Council for e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings/Foundation Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. Legal Notice. Since 20, e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have each been featured in Nature Outlook, e supplement to e scientific journal. Wi eir content mix of full-leng features, articles and interviews, ese publications serve as high-quality, enduring records of e vivid exchange among laureates and young scientists. e 69 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (LINO19) dedicated to physics took place from 30 e–5 y . 39 Nobel Laureates participated in e meeting – including e laureates in physics Donna Strickland and Gérard Mourou. ey met 580 international young scientists from 89 countries. e key topics of LINO19 were laser physics, gravitational waves, dark matter and cosmology. e 57 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting took place from 1–6 y 2007 in Lindau. It was dedicated to e Laureates in Physiology and Medicine. More an 500 young scientists from 64 countries met 17 Nobel Laureates. e 66 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (LiNo16) was dedicated to e field of physics and brought toge er Nobel Laureates and young scientists from all over e world. 29 Nobel Laureates and Vinton Cerf, recipient of e 2004 (ACM.M.) Turing Ad, attended e Meeting. Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting . A meeting of top-level academics: in e summer of , more an 50 Nobel laureates in e fields of medicine/physiology, physics and chemistry will be spending a week at Lake Constance engaging in an exchange of ideas and opinions. e entire week in Lindau was dedicated to exchanging knowledge, ideas and scientific intellect. – Shilpa Bisht, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi Lindau is e best week of my year. – Peter Agre, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2003 is was e most exciting and reding meeting I have ever attended. – Louis. 19, 2008 · Every summer since 1951 a large number of Nobel laureates ga er in Lindau, Germany, at Lake Constance (e Bodensee) and meet wi talented young scientists from around e world. ese annual meetings, today a permanent institution supported by a foundation, were initiated by e late Count Lennart Bernadotte, a member of e Swedish royal family [ ]. e Meeting, dedicated to physics, takes place from 30 e – 5 y in Lindau, Germany and will see e ga ering o 0 Nobel Prize Laureates in Physics. e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings take place every year since 1951 and are designed as a forum for exchange, networking and inspiration. 66 Annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Physics. Student Name University Name Research Specialty. Zi Chen: University of California, Santa Barbara: Condensed Matter Experiment: Logan Clark: University of Chicago: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics: Joshua Eby: University of Cincinnati: High Energy Physics. Welcome to NAPERS. NAPERS is e Nomination, Application, Profile, Evaluation & Registration System of e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. To log-in, you need an account and e respective credentials, which you have received, for example, during your open application, from your candidate nomination notification, or as an academic partner toge er wi your call for nominations. Postponed: 70 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (LINO70. 27 e–2 y 2021) 7 Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences (LINOEcon. Date to be determined) Rec. Every summer, invited Nobel Laureates ga er in e picturesque island city of Lindau, Germany, for a unique meeting wi young researchers from around e world. Since 1951, e Nobel Laureate Meetings at Lindau have connected scientific generations rough week-long conferences designed to engage world-renowned scientists in conversation wi. e 69 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting gives 500 to 600 outstanding young scientists e opportunity to discuss key questions in physics wi 30 Nobel laureates.In , e focus will be on cosmology, particle physics and quantum technology. Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, Lindau (Bodensee). 16,239 likes. 319 talking about. 1,367 were here. Online Science Days (28 e – 1 y Interdisciplinary LINOSD) Online Scia on . For more an 60 years, e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have brought toge er e world's most famous scientists. In is animated Mini Lecture we take. owdillonpreservation.org. At e 69 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (LiNo19), dedicated to physics, around 30 Nobel Laureates will meet 600 international young scientists. Once every year, about 30 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau to meet e next generation of leading scientists: 500-600 undergraduates, PhD students, and post-doc researchers from all over e world. Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, Lindau (Bodensee). 15,846 likes. 199 talking about. 1,364 were here. Postponed: 70 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (LINO20. 27 e–2 y 2021) 7 Lindau. Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, Lindau (Bodensee). 16,201 likes. 138 talking about. 1,370 were here. Online Science Days (28 e – 1 y Interdisciplinary LINOSD) Online Scia on . en come e late-day private group meetings. Every night ere are also parties, which allow e laureates to mingle wi attendees. e students even networked wi e conference organizers, including Countess Bettina Bernadotte, president of e Council for e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, whose family launched e Lindau meetings in 1951. 19, · A select group of U.S. doral student leaders in physics have been chosen to attend e 69 Annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting e 30 to y 5, in Lindau, Germany. e 21 U.S. participants will be among 580 young scientists from more an 88 countries who will meet wi 39 Nobel Laureates. UC Merced graduate students, Md. Mehdi Masud and Akshay Paropkari, will travel is summer to attend e prestigious 70 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, an invitation-only ga ering in Lindau, Germany. ey will join about 600 young scientists from 1 countries and attend lectures and small seminars wi around 70 Nobel laureates. e interdisciplinary meeting ga ered 61 Nobel laureates in physiology or medicine, physics and chemistry, along wi 650 young researchers from 70 countries at Germany's Lindau Island in Lake. 12, · I had a similar feeling as a scientist driving across e bridge into Lindau. is past summer I was one of 29 students from e United States nominated by ORAU to attend e 68 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting for Physiology and Medicine. ese meetings transfrm e quaint, Bavarian island-town of Lindau into a scientific wonderland. Every year, around 30 Nobel Laureates from e fields of physiology or medicine, physics, chemistry and e economic sciences spend a week in e Lake Constance area to meet e next generation of leading scientists at a meeting organized by e Council and Foundation for e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. just to be upfront about it: I am part of e communications department of e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. In e coming weeks I will edit is article to bring it up to date since unfortunately it is a little outdated. Of course I will respect e spirit of Wikipedia and try my best to use a lexical style and omit unneccessary PR stuff. e Academy of Science of Sou Africa (ASSAf), in partnership wi e Department of Science and Technology (DST), is seeking candidates to participate in e Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting to be held from 25 to 30 e in Lindau, Germany. e 67 Meeting of Nobel Laureates . In early y, more an a score of physics and chemistry Nobel Laureates and nearly 600 students from all over e world ga ered in e little lake town of Lindau, Germany for e 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. e subject of e conference changes annually, and is . , · As several Nobel Laureates have pointed out during e 68 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, new technologies now allow us to make discoveries at an even faster pace. However, e administration of science in Academia is moving slower. We are already in e era of multidisciplinary collaborations and team concepts in science. 22, · Doral students selected to attend Lindau Nobel Laureates meeting ursday, 22, MANHATTAN — Two Kansas State University doral students will visit wi e world's best economists at e fif Lindau Meeting of e Laureates of e Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 19-24, in Lindau, Germany. Hi, I'm Brian Malo again from e 60 nin annual Lindale Nobel Laureate meeting in Lindale, Germany and is year ere are 39 Nobel laureates 580 young science delegates from 89 countries and my guest here well she's Russian but she actually is from 88 Zurich a University in Zurich, Switzerland I'm speaking wi Nadia Turnout scare you I am You say it and I did so Nelson showed off skills. Courtney Passow, a doral student in biology from Round Rock, Texas, will attend e 65 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany. Passow is one of 672 young scientists selected worldwide to attend e meeting. e Council for e Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings invited Passow to attend e meeting, which occurs e 28 to y 3. 56 Meeting of Nobel Laureates 18 Meeting in Chemistry e 25 - 30 2006 Lindau, Lake Constance, Bavaria. I was honoured to attend e 18 Meeting of Nobel Laureates in Chemistry among 530 students and young researchers. Here I would like to give you some information about e meeting, and present you some photos showing unforgettable. 07, · (CNSNews.com) President Obama’s statements on global ming are dead wrong, said Nobel laureate Ivar Giaever, who rejected e president's claims at man-made global ming is causing climate change. I ink Obama is a clever person, but he .