Where art meets science

As every year, the PhD students at CIC nanoGUNE organised a workshop to celebrate the anniversary of our institute in January. This year's remote setting made it maybe a bit less social but enables us to share it with you!

This years topic was all about the connection between art and science. The six interesting talks of the day approached this topic from different angles, have look here for the summaries. Some of them you can even watch in the video above.

One of the projects presented is this great programme that generates music based on the weather in a picked location. Great for concentrated working on the PC while not missing what's going on outside: https://dialcava.com/avprojects/lagu

And finally, I also want to share some nice pictures of our Photo Contest:

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