The scientific program includes 30 invited talks, two poster sessions, and plenty of time for discussion.

The posters will be shown all the time during the symposium, and besides we organize different social events.

The program is also available as .pdf download. The titles of the talks can be found below and the abstracts can be downloaded by clicking on it.

Monday, February 27th, 2023

Tuesday, February 28th, 2023

7:00 Breakfast
8:30 Sebastian Diehl
Measurement Induced Phase Transitions: From Theory to Observability
9:05 Eric Clement
Bacteria exploring Newtonian and non-Newtonian complex fluids: from behavioral variability to medium assisted tumbling
9:40 Matthias Krüger
Brownian Particles in Non-Markovian Baths: Memory, Fluctuations, and various Protocols
10:15 Coffee / Tea
10:45 Christian Maes
Nonequilibium Calorimetry
11:20 Grzegorz Szamel
Long-ranged velocity correlations in dense systems of self-propelled particles
Lunch Box and Excursion to Bavarian Castel
English and German tours possible
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Guided tours monastery. English and German tours possible
16:00 Guided tours brewery. Only German tour possible
  For all
18:45 Dinner
20:00 Poster Session B
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Wednesday, March 1st, 2023

Thursday, March 2nd, 2023

7:00 Breakfast
8:30 Ileana-Christina Benea-Chelmus
Beyond a single cycle of light: photonics for sub-cycle measurements and synthesis of terahertz waveforms
9:05 Frank Schlawin
The role of fluctuations in nonlinear light-matter interactions
9:40 Christine Silberhorn
Non-linear integrated quantum optics
10:15 Coffee / Tea
10:45 Philippe Joyez
Absence of a Dissipative Quantum Phase Transition in Josephson Junctions
11:20 Frederic Pierre
Charging effects with ballistic contacts: from heat Coulomb blockade to electron state transmission
11:55 Jens Siewert
Andreev-type processes in a partially superconducting tunable single-electron transistor
12.30 Javier Aizpurua
Electron dynamics and nonlinearities in optical nanoantennas
13:05 Closing
13:15 Lunch