DPG Meeting of the Condensed Matter Section (SKM)

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Regensburg, Germany

Following two years of pandemic and cancelations of various conferences, we will be very glad to welcome you to the in-person meeting of the DPG Condensed Matter Section (SKM) in September. The SKM meeting, traditionally scheduled for spring, will now take place 4. - 9. September 2022 on the campus of the University of Regensburg; this venue allows for all participants, in particular our younger scientists, to enjoy direct scientific exchange and important personal interactions, both at the conference site and in the historic city of Regensburg. Your scientific contributions are a key ingredient for the program and most welcome. We are excited by the prospect to see you here and look forward to an excellent scientific program representing the entire field of condensed matter physics.


We also advise you to make hotel reservations early in advance, as Regensburg is attractive city for tourism in September. Don’t forget to register for the conference; the early bird fee is available until August 1st. The conference will start on Sunday, September 4th, with opening of the registration office, followed by tutorial sessions and a welcome evening on campus in Regensburg.


The DPG Meeting of the Condensed Matter Section (SKM) is organised by the following DPG divisions and working groups:


Condensed Matter Section (SKM)Biological Physics

  • Chemical and Polymer Physics

  • Thin Films

  • Dynamics and Statistical Physics

  • Semiconductor Physics

  • Crystalline Solids and their Microstructure

  • Magnetism

  • with working group Magnetism

  • Metal and Material Physics

  • with working group Metal and Material Physics

  • Surface Science

  • Physics of Socio-Economic Systems

  • Low Temperature Physics

  • Vacuum Science and Technology

Quantum Information

Working Group on Equal Opportunities

Working Group "Young DPG"

Working Group Young Leaders in Physics

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