Program - Schedule Table

Time Session & Details Place
08:30 - 09:15 Registration & Coffee Wohl center
09:15 – 09:45 Opening: Prof. Aviad Frydman (BIU, Physics) Wohl center
Greetings: Prof. Daniel Hershkovitz,
Israel Minister of Science & Technology
Welcome: Prof. Moshe Kaveh (BIU president)
Greetings & prizes: Prof. Avishai Dekel (HU, IPS President)
09:45 – 10:30 Plenary lecture: David Spergel, Princeton
The New Standard Cosmology; Dark Matter, Dark Energy and the Beginning of the Universe
Wohl Center
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break (& registration) Wohl center
11:00 – 12:00 Review I, Hall 1
High energy & Astrophysics
Chair: Larry Horowitz
Review II, Main Hall
Condensed matter physics 
Chair: Michael Reznikov
Review III, Hall 2 
Biophysics & Statistical physics
Chair: Benjamin Ehrenberg
Wohl center
Reinhard Genzel
Massive black holes and galaxies
Y. Oreg (WIS)
Aging in Glassy systems
Nathalie Q. Balaban (HU)
Noise in Bio systems
E. Duchovni (WIS)
First results from the ATLAS/LHC and Supersymmetry searches 
J. Mannhart (Augsburg)
2DEG at Oxide Interfaces
Morton Denn (New York)
Yield stress fluids
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch (included)
Trade center & Posters
Eng. School
14:00 – 15:30 Parallel Session I Eng. school
A1. High energy physics I
Room 243
A2. Superconductivity & magnetism I
Room 022
A3. Astrophysics I
Room 244
A4. Low dimensions & nanosystems I
Room 053
A5. Soft matter & Biophysics I
Room 271
A6. Statistical & Nonlinear physics I
Room 002
A7. Quantum information
Room 106
A8. Optics
Room 042
A9. Material physics
Room 249
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break Eng. school
16:00 – 17:30 Parallel Session II Eng. school
B1. High energy physics II
Room 243
B2. Superconductivity & magnetism II
Room 022
B3. Astrophysics II
Room 244
B4. Low dimensions & nanosystems II
Room 053
B5. Soft matter & Biophysics II
Room 271
B6. Statistical & Nonlinear physics II
Room 002
B7. Cold atoms
Room 042
B8. Plasma physics
Room 249
B9. Educational hysics
Room 329
17:45 – 18:30 Plenary lecture: Stefan Hell, Max Planck Institute, Goettingen, Germany
Far field optical nanoscopy
Brain Research