That calls for an appropriate celebration of his career to date. We invite all colleagues and friends to join us on that occassion, on November 16th (Tuesday), in auditorium G010 at Campus Middelheim of the University of Antwerp. The event will be broadcasted online as well, using Zoom (link to the meeting is here).
Registration for the event is free but required. Please register using this form, before noon on Monday November 15th.
Note that Covid-safe ticket is warranted to attend the event on site.
The program entails:
From 14h Gathering and coffee at CMI-G010 (incl. covid-safe scanning; please arrive well on time)
Word of Prof. Ronny Blust, Vice-Rector, Head of the Research Council of the University of Antwerp
Nanoscience in Antwerp, reflection of Prof. Em. Staf Van Tendeloo
15.30h Highlighting some prominent research themes
Physics in flatlands - from electrons on Helium to 2D materials Prof. Eva Andrei, Rutgers University, USA
Semiconducting nanostructures - driving the technology over the decades Prof. Pawel Hawrylak, University of Ottawa, Canada
Nanostructured superconductors - from vortex matter to quantum tech of second generation Prof. Ivan Schuller, UC San Diego, USA
17h Messages from international collaborators, incl. Sir Andre Geim
17.30h Presentation of memorabilia and the address of Prof. Peeters
18-20h Festive reception