The lindau nobel laureate Meetings

“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”

Sir Isaac Newton

International Forum for Exchange

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings – established in 1951 – provide a globally recognised forum for exchange between Nobel Laureates and young scientists. They inspire scientific generations and build sustainable networks of young scientists around the world.

The original idea of the meetings goes back to the two Lindau physicians Dr. Franz Karl Hein and Professor Dr. Gustav Wilhelm Parade as well as Count Lennart Bernadotte af Wisborg, a member of the Swedish royal family who quickly became the spiritus rector of the Lindau Meetings. It was them who recognised very early the significance of the meetings for the reconciliation of the people of post-war Europe and thus systematically developed them to an international forum for the exchange of knowledge between nations, cultures and disciplines.

About the Lindau Meetings

Since their foundation in 1951, the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have developed into a unique international scientific forum with a global network and far-reaching initiatives.

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Current Meeting

In 2024, the 73rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting will be dedicated to Physics.

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Young scientists gathering outside of the Inselhalle

Code of Conduct

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings aim at providing an environment for scientific exchange that considers mutual respect and peacefulness as natural behavior, and thus is free of harassment and aggression.

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Future Meetings

The Lindau Meetings of the coming years, as well as their respective disciplinary foci are already scheduled.

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Council & Foundation

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings are jointly organised by two institutions – the Council and the Foundation – who warrant the continuity of the meetings and advance their constant development.

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Beyond the Meetings

The Nobel Laureate Meetings are rooted in Lindau and the Lake Constance region. Our year-round projects and initiatives originate here too, but many reach far beyond. Extensive online offerings complete the holistic approach of our mission.

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The Venue Inselhalle

The Inselhalle in Lindau has been the home of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings for decades – recently modernised, it’s one of the assets for a successful gathering of the scientific world and excites participants.

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Since 1951 the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have undergone a remarkable development. Have a look at the first 70 years of the meetings.

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