Veröffentlicht 1. Juli 2024 von Valeria Wollenweber

Daily Recap – Monday, 1 July 2024

Science is teamwork! So is finding your way around the Inselhalle.
Photo/Credit: Torben Nuding/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

Attoseconds, Quantum adventures and Future’s Materials: Monday’s start of the Scientific Programme took us for a tour through diverse disciplines of Physics. After engaging Lectures and Agora Talks, Nobel Laureates and Young Scientists swapped places on stage at the Next Gen Science Session where a couple of the young researchers presented their own work on „Artificial Intelligence in Physics“. The afternoon offered ample opportunity for getting to know each other better and discussing both science and personal matters at the Open Exchanges and Science Walks. Exploring the picturesque city alongside a Nobel Laureate and going for coffee and cake after? Only in Lindau! Shortly after, we left Bavaria for a bit to journey around half the world to the host of this Meeting’s International Evening: Texas! Country-Western Dance in front of the Inselhalle and Bullriding in the Foyer were the prelude to an evening filled with music, dance and celebrating with new international friends. 

Quote of the Day

„Another thing for the young people: it took me ten years to do one experiment. Today, when you write down a funding application, you have to write down exactly what goal you want to achieve and when you want to achieve it. This would have been completely impossible for me. Maybe funding agencies want to learn something from that.“

Anton Zeilinger, Nobel Laureate in Physics 2022

Picture of the Day 

Young Scientists enjoying their meal together, Texas style! 

Photo/Credit: Christian Flemming/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

Fact of the Day

Next Gen Science wasn’t the only Session where young researchers took centre stage today. At the Sciathon Forum three pre-selected groups got to present their projects – developed online in 48 hours by Young Scientists and Lindau Alumni who had only just met. Read about the exciting ideas and projects that came out of the 4th online Sciathon here!

Today’s Highlight Session

One early highlight was the Lecture by 2023 Nobel Laureate Anne L’Huillier who made her debut at a Lindau Meeting. As one of the „Ultra-fast Ladies“ (quote Donna Strickland) in Lindau this year she talked about her work in the field of attosecond science.

Monday’s Tweets

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Programme Preview: Tuesday

Tomorrow will see more exciting Lectures, Agora Talks and the first Panel Discussion of the week focused on Potential and Hype in Quantum Technology. 

  • 07:00–08:30 Partner Events
  • 09:00–10:30 Lectures
  • 11:00–13:00 Agora Talks
  • 15:00–16:30 Panel Discussion 
  • 17:00–18:30 Open Exchanges, Science Walks
  • 19:00–22:00 Grill & Chill

Make sure to check the meeting programme for a detailed overview of the upcoming days.

Over the course of the next days, we will keep you updated on the 73rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting with our Daily Recaps where you can find all the day’s highlights in one place. We will feature blog posts, photos and videos from the Mediatheque as well as social media.


Valeria Wollenweber

Valeria Wollenweber is part of the communications team of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings for #LINO24. She studied communication and media in Berlin and is preparing for her master's degree in science communication.