Young Scientists look into the quantum world By establishing the International Max Planck Research Schools (IMPRS), the Max Planck Society has sustainably strengthened the promotion of young researchers in Germany. From 3rd to 7th April, the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden will host, for the second time, a workshop for PhD candidates from several IMPRS and thus from several national and international universities. The topic is 'Condensed Matter, Quantum Technology and Quantum Materials', and the workshop will focus on basic research on phenomena from the quantum world, encompassing fundamental theoretical concepts for future quantum information technologies as well as experimental research on novel quantum materials. Young scientists from all over the world who do their research at the International Max Planck Research Schools in Garching, Dresden and Stuttgart will discuss their experiences, results, and current research projects. Altogether, 50 PhD candidates and 15 established scientists will participate in the workshop.
Max Planck Institutes in Stuttgart
Home of the International Max Planck Research School
for Condensed Matter Science
The International Max Planck Research School for Condensed Matter Science (IMPRS-CMS) is a joint program of the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (Max Planck Institut für Festkörperforschung) and the University of Stuttgart. The objective of the research school is high-quality fundamental research on condensed matter using advanced experimental and theoretical methods. The IMPRS takes on the challenge of creating an exciting, interdisciplinary PhD program that will motivate young scholars to choose a career in research.