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maßstäbe Issue no. 11 "Kraft messen" (Measuring Force)
The popular-science magazine of PTB

PTB-Mitteilungen Issue 1/2011
Focus: Physical and chemical safety engineering and explosion protection

For further information and to obtain copies:
www.ptb.de > English Version > Publications


24.-25.6.2011 International Workshop 2nd Annual Symposium of the Berlin Ultrahigh Field Facility
Location: MDC Berlin Buch, Communications Center.
Contact: Bernd Ittermann.
Phone: +49 (0)30 3481-7318

27.6.-1.7.2011 International Single Photon Workshop 2011 (SPW 2011)
Location: Braunschweig, Hotel Mercure.
Contact: Stefan Kück.
Phone: +49 (0)531 592-4500

18.-21.7.2011 WE Heraeus Seminar “Astrophysics, Clocks and Fundamental Constants”
Location: Bad Honnef, Physikzentrum.
Contact:Phone: +49 (0)531 592-4400

12.-14.9.2011 10th IMEKO Symposium 2011 Laser Metrology for Precision Measurement and Inspection in Industry (LMPMI).
Location: PTB Braunschweig.
Contact: Harald Bosse.
Phone: +49 (0)531 592-5010

24.-25.9.2011 Lower Saxony Music Days 2011. Special concerts focussing on time.
Location: PTB Braunschweig.
Contact: Christine Haubold.
Phone: +49 (0)531 592-3007

4.-6.10.2011 37th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Color Science and Application (DfwG)
Location: PTB Braunschweig, Conference Centre.
Contact: Andreas Höpe.
Phone: +49 (0)531 592-4520

5.-6.10.2011 Meeting of the Technical Committee Pressure and Vacuum
Location: PTB Berlin, Lecture Hall.
Contact: Karl Jousten.
Phone: +49 (0)30 3481-7262

5.-7.10.2011 DEGA Academy Building Acoustics: Basic Principles and Applications
Location: PTB Braunschweig, Vieweg Building.
Contacts: Werner Scholl, Marion Witwer.
Phone: +49 (0)531 592-1700, +49 (0)531 592-1701

For further information: www.ptb.de > What's New > Calendar of events



Call for the Helmholtz Prize 2012

The Helmholtz Prize, endowed with 20,000 €, is the most distinguished German award in the world of metrology and is awarded every two years for outstanding scientific and technological research work in the field of “Precision Measurement in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine” The submitted work must have been developed in Europe or in cooperation with scientists working in Germany and must represent an original performance which has been completed only recently. The work to be submitted must be a recent research achievement of a theoretical or experimental nature, either contributing to fundamentals or aiming at concrete applications.The application deadline is 30 September 2011.



Fritz Riehle

The Head of Division 4 Optics received the IFCS I.I. Rabi Award “for outstanding contributions to the field of atomic frequency standards, including pioneering research and development of optical frequency standards and their measurement” at this year‘s IFCS / EFTF meeting in San Francisco.