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Young Scientists Corner

Welcome to the home of PANDA YoungScientists, the corner for the young scientists in PANDA.

A young scientist inside PANDA is anyone who

  • has not started with a PhD thesis yet, or
  • has not finished his/her PhD thesis, or
  • has finished his/her PhD thesis in the last year.

We welcome all of those who match these criteria!

Organizational Things


Mailing List

To communicate issues outside the convents at the PANDA meetings, we have our own mailing list:

If you want to register for this, please send a short email to the representative(s).

Facebook Group

For things less official or formal, we also have a Facebook Group. Check it out at

Elected Representatives

(voted at 18/3 PANDA Meeting):

Next election: 19/3. PANDA Meeting in November 2019.

Past representatives:
Period Representative Email
2017 - 2018 Sebastian Zimmerman
2016 - 2018 Jenny Pütz
2016 - 2017 Walter Ikegami Andersson
2015 - 2016 Christoph Rosenbaum
2015 - 2016 Ludovico Bianchi
2014 - 2015 Milan Wagner
2013 - 2015 Anastasia Karavdina
2013 - 2014 André Goerres

PANDA Meetings

Young Scientist Convent

The young scientist convent is the place, where young scientists of PANDA meet and discuss topics amongst themselves. This ranges from details like the next election, to organizing things like an introduction lecture, to important issues that have direct impact on PhD theses, for instance. So the topics, which are being discussed, are somehow related and important to you, either they influence your time in the collaboration or they have been brought up by someone from the young scientists.

The next young scientist convent will take place at the PANDA 19/3 collaboration meeting at GSI:

Time: 16:30-18:30 , 04 November 2019, 16:30
Place: GSI (Germany), room: TSR



Introduction to PANDA

This session is supposed to help newcomers to the collaboration to find their way within the rather complex PANDA detector. As a start, it is planned to have some introduction talks about the different detector components and (in the future) physics goals. Other young scientists, who are working with this component or are curious to learn more about them, will hold the talks. It was explicitly voted against having senior scientists giving these talks to create an easier atmosphere and help encouraging even the youngest PANDAs to ask questions. The timeframe is one session (2h). One talk shouldn't exceed 10 minutes and in total there shouldn't be more than 4-5 talks per session.

Because we know that not all of you can make it, we transmit the session via Ezuce. The connection information is usually sent via the young panda mailing list a day prior to the session.

Upcoming Talks/Speakers

Time: 16:30-18:30 , 04 November 2019, 16:30
Place: GSI (Germany), room: TSR

Topic Speaker
Physics Behind pbar p->phi phi Iman Keshk
Pursuing a career in science Jenny Regina

Previous Talks



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