The Kavli Prize
Programme for the Kavli Prize week in Bergen, the 5th and 6th of September.
Wednesday, September 5th
19:30 The Kavli Prize Popular Science Lectures, at Maartmanshaven, Hotel Norge:
The Kavli Prize laureate in Nanoscience Professor Mildred S. Dresselhaus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
The Kavli Prize laureate in Neuroscience Professor Ann M. Graybiel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Conversation between the laureates, hosted by Siri Lill Mannes
Thursday, September 6th
The Kavli Prize Laureate Lectures at the University of Bergen, Auditorium “Egget” at Studentsenteret, Parkveien
10:15 Welcome by Rector Sigmund Grønmo, University of Bergen
10:20 Introduction by Secretary General Øivind Andersen, The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
10:25 Committee Chairman, Professor Arne Skjeltorp introduces professor Mildred S. Dresselhaus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
10:30 The Kavli Prize Laureate Lecture in Nanoscience by Professor Mildred S. Dresselhaus
11:00 Committee Chairman, Professor Jon Storm-Mathisen introduces Professor Ann M. Graybiel
11:05 The Kavli Prize Laureate Lecture in Neuroscience by Professor Ann M. Graybiel.
12:50–16:00 The Kavli Prize Symposium in Nanoscience, Auditorium “Egget” at
Chair: Professor Dag Rune Olsen, Dean of The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Bergen
12:50–12:55 Chair: Welcome to the Kavli Prize Nano Symposium 2012
12:55–13:35 Professor Serge Haroche, Collège de France and Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France – ''Juggling with photons and real or artificial atoms in cavities''
13:35–14.15 Professor Leo Kouwenhoven, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands – ''Majorana fermions in semiconductor nanowires''
14:15–14:35 Break (coffee/tea)
14:35–14:40 Chair: Welcome back
14:40–15:20 Professor Roeland Nolte, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, ''Mastering Molecular Matter. Design and Synthesis of Bio-inspired Catalysts and Materials''
15:20–16.00 Professor Geoffrey A. Ozin, University of Toronto, Canada – ''Green Nanochemistry''
16:00 Chair: Concluding remarks
The Kavli Prize Symposium in Neuroscience at the Building for Biological Basic Science, Auditorium II, Jonas Lies vei 91
13:00–13:05 Opening Nina Langeland (Dean, Faculty of Medicine and Odontology)
Session 1 Chair: Professor Clive Bramham
13:05–13:55 Michael E Greenberg. Harvard Medical School, Boston MA, USA "Neuronal Activity-Dependent Signaling: Networks that Regulate Synapse Development and Cognitive Function"
13:55–14:45 Erin M Schuman. Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt, Germany "Local Control at Synapses"
Session 2 Chair: Professor Kenneth Hugdahl
15:15–16:05 Chiara Cirelli, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI, USA “Sleep and Synaptic Homeostasis"
16:05–16:55 Michael Meaney. A*STAR, Singapore & McGill University, Montreal, Canada "Epigenetic Regulation of Brain Development and Function"
Sist endret: 3.9.2012