The Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation (HLFF) is delighted to announce that Brian Schmidt, who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2011, will give the Lindau Lecture at the 4th Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF). Due to the resounding success of both Stefan Hell’s Lindau Lecture at the 3rd HLF and Vinton Cerf’s Heidelberg Lecture at this year’s Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, it is with great anticipation that the HLFF looks forward to Brian Schmidt’s contribution at 4th HLF. This exciting collaboration between Lindau and Heidelberg has been implemented to symbolize the strong affiliation between the two events.


You can find the list of laureates that have already confirmed their attendance at the 4th HLF via the following link, which will be updated accordingly with each confirmation: Laureates at the HLF 2016

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Film Festival Mathematics/Computer Science
For the fourth year, the Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation presents the Mathematics and Computer Science Film Festival at Karlstorkino (Karlstor cinema) in Heidelberg. The Film Festival is open to the public from July 10 – 16, and open specifically for school groups from July 18 – 26, with experts on-site to offer background information on the films and to open dialogue with the students.


abenteuer-informatikExhibition “Abenteuer Informatik” (Adventures in Computer Science)
From July 10 until August 7, the public is invited to explore the “Adventures in Computer Science” exhibition at the Karlstorbahnhof Heidelberg. The ‘adventures’ include: several experiment stations, gaining experience in computer science, hands-on learning and the ability to answer many questions through computer science that we encounter in everyday life.


Review 2015The Review 2015 captures the highlights of the past year and is now available as an easy-to-read online version or as a pdf for download.

The Laureates

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