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SSH program poster:
SSH workshop program 2016-2017

Program poster:
January to April 2017
May to August 2017

Click on a workshop for more information about program, registration etc.

January 9 - 13
Disorder in Condensed Matter and Black Holes
Daniel Arean, Johanna Erdmenger, Matthew Lippert, René Meyer, Koenraad Schalm, Jan Zaanen

January 30 - February 2
Spaces and Places of Religious Knowledge Transfer in Early Modern Cities
Sabrina Corbellini, Margriet Hoogvliet, Christian Jacob, Keith Lilley

February 20 - 24
Understanding Ionic Liquids on Different Length and Time Scales
Diddo Diddens, Andreas Heuer, Christian Holm, René van Roij, James Seddon

March 6 - 9
Observations and Theory of Quasar Outflows
Yair Krongold Herrera, Anna Lia Longinotti, Francesca Panessa, Daniel Proga

March 13 - 15
Creating a Neurobiological Model of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury
Jennifer Muehlenkamp, Paul Plener, Christian Schmahl

March 20 - 24
A Bayesian View on the Galactic Magnetic Field: From Faraday Rotation to Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Ray Deflections
Marijke Haverkorn, Torsten Ensslin, Jörg Hörandel, Jörg Rachen, Anvar Shukurov

April 3 - 7
Life Sciences with Industry 2017
Roel van Driel, Gökhan Ertaylan, Karen van Eunen, Ellen Feddes-de Haan

April 10 - 13
Solar Terrestrial and Experimental Plasma Physics Synergy: STEPPS
Viktor Fedun, Hans Goedbloed, James Lunney, Brian Reville, Eamon Scullion, Gary Verth

April 18 - 21
Language, Knowledge and People in Perspective
Lora Aroyo, Julia Noordegraaf, Ivar Vermeulen, Piek Vossen, Chris Welty

April 24 - 28
Privacy by Design Beyond the Screen: (How) Is it Possible?
Bert-Jaap Koops, Jaap-Henk Hoepman, Tjerk Timan

May 1 - 4
Cross-Scale Resilience in Socio-Ecological Simulations
Géraldine Abrami, Nanda Wijermans, Bruce Edmonds, Eline de Jong, Christophe le Page, Gary Polhill

May 8 - 12
Matter over Antimatter: The Sakharov Conditions After 50 Years
Kaori Fuyuto, Ubirajara van Kolck, Rob Timmermans, Jordy de Vries

May 15 - 19
How to Make Data FAIR for Open Science
Giancarlo Guizzardi, Ignasi Labastida i Juan, Marco Roos, Erik Schultes, Mark Wilkinson

May 29 - June 2
Order Structures, Jordan Algebras, and Geometry
Cho-Ho Chu, Onno van Gaans, Bas Lemmens

June 12 - 16
The Mental Lexicon
Isa Maks, Marc Brysbaert, Dirk Geeraerts, Nicoline van der Sijs

June 19 - 23
Visualizing Digital Humanities
Arianna Betti, Bettina Speckmann, Titia van der Werf

June 26 - 30
eWUDAPT: Bringing eScience to Urban Climate Mapping and Modelling
Alexander Baklanov, Bert Holtslag, Gerald Mills, Gert-Jan Steeneveld, Natalie Theeuwes

July 10 - 14
The Future of Singular Perturbations
Martina Chirilus-Bruckner, Arjen Doelman, Peter van Heijster, Tasso Kaper

August 28 - September 1
Included in Training and Work: Transforming Policies and Practices for Disabled People
Geert van Hove, Sofie Sergeant, Mitzi Waltz

October 16 - 20
Reality and Myths of AGN Feedback
Angela Bongiorno, Christopher Harrison, Bernd Husemann, Vincenzo Mainieri, Rafaella Morganti

November 6 - 10
Rethinking Impact Factors: New Pathways in Journal Metrics
Vincent Larivičre, James Pringle, Bernd Pulverer, Cassidy Sugimoto, Paul Wouters

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