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Nomination for lp4 meeting

Hey!

First of all, we would like to thank all applicants for all the different associations. Our job has not been easy and then it’s what it should be. Following the nomination committee’s nominations, if you are wondering or reacting specifically, we recommend that you either contact the nomination committee via mail or speak with the board.

Board of Directors:

Chairman: Erik Persson

Vice Chairman: Lina Hultquist

Treasurer: Carl Jendle

Secretary: Andreas Gustaver

Security Officer: Erik Johansson

Responsible for information: Johan Winther

F6:

Sexmaster: Liam ” Alfred ” Håkansson

Sex Director: Magnus ” Gois ” Friesian

Treasurer: Ebba ” Gone ” Ekblom

Members (without mutual order): Caroline “Creo” Leontine Schröder, Felix “Wrong” Augustsson, Oscar “Really” Forsman, Emma “Vinen” Nirvin, Henrik “Berget” Klein Moberg and Karin “Niwa” Hult.

Dp:

Colonel: Boel Brandström

Rustmästare: Linus ” Linan ” Schönbeck

Treasurer: Johan ” Vaken ” Jaxing

Members (without mutual order): Matilda ” Trippy ” Hanes, Sebastian Oleszko, Julia Wennerblom, Fredrik Hallhagen, Oscar Johansson, Edvin Callisen, Alex ” Snow White ” Bökmark

SNF:

Chairman: Sofia ” Karlsson ” Karlsson

Foc:

Captain: Karl Magnus ” Ohlmanen ” Mikael Fant

Auto food pirate: Henrik ” Spanike ” Söderberg

Coffin guard: Lotta Bergbom

Members (without mutual order): Adam Breitholtz, Henrik Esmaili, Carl Svensson, Per “Schmoopy” Ljung, Markus Bertilsson

Sincerely,

Jakob Widebrant – Member of the Nomination Committee!

Pizza evening with McKinsey & Company

Do you want to know what type of work McKinsey does in advanced analytics?

Join us on April 27 at 17:30 in Fysikhuset, Sal PJ to find out how to turn data into breakthrough business value with learnings from an actual case. We will end the evening in Fysikcentrum with food and drinks. See you there!

Sign up before April 26th by sending an e-mail with your name and education year to Josefine Hedebark: josefine_hedebark@mckinsey.com. Please also include any dietary requirements.

Initiative Seminar on Quantum Technology

13-15 December there is an Initiative Seminar by Chalmers Area of Advance Nanoscience and Nanotechnology here at Chalmers.

Below is a short summary, follow the link for more information: www.chalmers.se/en/areas-of-advance/nano/society-industry/events/initiative_seminar_2016

Sign up before December 5:th, lunch and coffee are included!

Quantum Technology aims at exploiting quantum physics for immensely powerful computations and simulations, to achieve ultra sensitive sensing and enhance privacy through physically secure communication. The 24 speakers, representing most aspects of this emerging field, will explain the basic ideas as well as the state-of-the art in this community. There will also be two poster sessions, where interested scientist and industry are welcome to present their work.

Spidera recruitment activity

Tuseday 15/11 Spidera (the physics student division IT crew) holds a cryptography workshop to get to know people interested in joining Spidera. We hope everyone with an interest in programming, IT, Linux and the like shows up and has a nice and educational time with us in Spidera.

If you’re reading this, you’re likely a master student. Even though you’re not the main audience for this workshop you’re welcome to join if you’re interested in the subject matter. Keep in mind that the whole thing will be quite basic, and taught by hobbyists. Even so, I’m sure we’ll have a nice time!

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Graduate Physics Day 2015

Are you interested in pursuing a doctorate, but unsure what you’ll actually be doing or what it entails? Or have you already decided, but want to know more about the opportunities or in finding contacts?

In either case Graduate Physics Day is something for you! The 6th of May, from 09:00 to 15:00 there will be an event in Signes where you can talk to PhD students, go on a guided tour in the labs and listen to guest speakers. Later you’ll also be able to join a poster session, view other peoples work and research, and connect with companies. A free lunch is naturally provided!

If this sounds interesting, the easiest way to register is by:

www.tinyurl.com/GPD2015

Hope to see you there!

Server problems

As you might have noticed the ftek server was down for most of yesterday. We in Spidera got aware of the problems during the morning but had to wait until the afternoon to get physical access to the server.

When we finally got access it wasn’t long before we got everything up and running again.

We’re sorry for any problems you might have had because of these server issues.

Spidera (through Anton Älgmyr)

Summary from the Student Division Meeting

Summary of yesterdays Student Division Meeting:

  • A proposition concerning the election processes for the committees was approved.

  • A motion concerning the ruling documents was approved for the second time.

  • FARM and FnollK told us about their plans for the year to come.

  • A lot of Student Division Officers were elected, among others the sports committee and the newspaper of the Student Division.

  • The “Dumväst” was handed out, this time Per was stupid.

Grow as a leader with STeLA

The Science and Technology Leadership Association welcomes you to a workshop at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden from 27th to 29th of March. At this workshop, we will cover fundamental leadership skills based on the MIT Sloan School’s distributed leadership model. This is also a good way to get an idea of the content that will be covered during our global forum in Beijing, China from 13th-22nd of August 2015.
If you are passionate about leadership, apply until the 28th of February by sending your CV and letter of motivation to contact-eu@stelaforum.org!
Note that this event is exclusive to IDEA league students (ETH Zürich, Chalmers University, TU Delft and RWTH Aachen).