Forum 2017 - Program Overview
Please click here for a list of Participating Laureates as .pdf and click here for the Program Overview 2017 as .pdf.
Schedule is still subject to change.
Main meeting venue: Heidelberg University on University Square, 69117 Heidelberg.
To venues/locations not within walking distance from Heidelberg University Square, free transport will be provided. Please note that this event is upon invitation only.
The Heidelberg Laureate Forum starts on Sunday, September 24, with mandatory registration for the young researchers on Saturday September 23. If you cannot arrive on September 23, please contact yr[at]heidelberg-laureate-forum.org.
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