Online lecture, Lecture

Nobel prizes 2020

Wednesday, October 21 , 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (sold out)
Blauwe Zaal, Auditorium & livestream
Price: Free (Student) Free (Others)

The beauty of the research that lies behind a Nobel Prize will be explained during this festive evening by passionate scientists at the TU/e. Get to know everything about the Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry, physiology and literature.

If the seats at the venue on campus are fully booked, you can watch this program live online via the livestream on Facebook or YouTube (You do not need to book a ticket to view the livestream )*

Winning the Nobel Prize still counts as immeasurable recognition for the winner and his or her team. Ask the recent Dutch Nobel Prize winner in chemistry Ben Feringa and the stories keep coming; there is a life before and a life after winning the coveted, prestigious prize.

What makes this year’s research stand out and what is its significance for science and society? In a talk show format with top-notch TU/e experts, we will discuss the ins and outs of this year’s groundbreaking work.

More details about the program will follow as soon as the Nobel Prize winners are announced in mid-October.

The program will be preceded by a free diner buffet in the Auditorium. After registration, you will receive more details about this via email.

A collaboration between the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems and Studium Generale.

Via livestream

This program will also be streamed live to our Facebook page and YouTube channel. Follow us on Facebook or subscribe to our YouTube channel to receive a notification when we go live. You do not need to book a ticket to view the livestream.

SG & USE registration [deze USE tekst alleen als er sprake is van USE programma]

  • On campus: please register your participation on the spot when attending the program on campus, by scanning your student card before the start of the program at the venue.
  • Online via livestream: Please note: do NOT make a reservation if you want to watch the program online via the livestream. You can only register for SG&USE if you watch the program live (so not watching it at a later time) and if you complete an online SG&USE registration form within five minutes after the end of the program. During the lecture we will explain where and when you can find the link to the registration form. In the program info on the website you will find where you can view the livestream.
    Keep your student ID number at hand, because you'll need to fill it out in the form.

Please make sure your registration is done properly, otherwise we cannot verify that you were present.

More information about SG & USE can be found here.