Apart from loads of awesome activities at de Leidsche Flesch that we all enjoy, all of us are also really passionate about physics, astronomy, mathematics and computer science. Enter Symposium. At Scheltema in the centre of Leiden it will be a day where you, together with your peers, teachers, alumni, will advance in a programme with interesting lectures and special speakers.
This week the first speakers were announced! Prof. dr. Vincent Icke, one the most famous dutch astronomers, and dr. Frits Veerman, a familiar face for Mathematics students Leiden and an expert in dynamical systems, the first two of the speakers to which we will listen on the fifteenth. The coming weeks the others will be announced. Do you want to be up-to-date? Follow us on instagram (@symposum_dlf ) for the updates.
Because of the 100th anniversary of the association, the symposium is completely paid for. So what stops you from signing up? Take your friends and all people that are interested with you; we will see you on the 15th of February.
Besides lots of fun and lovely people, there is something more that binds us at De Leidsche Flesch; that is our passion for physics, astronomy, mathematics or computer science. This is where the symposium comes into play. It will be a fantastic opportunity to enrich our mind scientifically at a beautiful site in Leiden and look further than the formulas, graphs and code in books and on computers which keep us busy all day.
Together with other students, professors and staff members you will participate in a day filled with interesting lectures and special speakers. Because this symposium is in honour of the 100th anniversary of our study association, the lectures are even more interesting and the speakers exceptional.
Are you convinced to participate in this great event? You can sign up here.
The lunch is included. At the end of the day there is the possibility to enjoy dinner together in the Snellius-building, on site we ask a little financial contribution. (max. 5 euros)
Would you like to follow the physics/astronomy track or the mathematic/computer science track?
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The Nederlandse Natuurkunde Vereniging (Physical Society) sponsors De Leidsche Flesch with a contribution per NNV-member attending this free activity. If you are a member of the NNV, please enter your membership number below. Are you a member of the NNV?