Cora Uhlemann

PostDoc in Theoretical Cosmology

(Young) German Physical Society 

HONORARY INVOLVEMENT IN DPG

since 2017: Member of the Social Media Team within DPG

facebook page of the DPG


since 2016: Member of the Advisory Committee of the division Gravity & Relativity (GR) within DPG

webpage of the division 'Gravity & Relativity' within the DPG


since 2015:  Elected Member in the Council of German Physical Society (DPG) 

representation of concerns of young physicists within the German Physical Society

the council is the 'parliament' of the DPG

2014: Co-organizer Symposium Physics for the Energy Turn at DPG spring meeting

Invited Speaker: Steve Chu, Gunnar Luderer, Eicke R. Weber and Rienk van Grondelle

HONORARY INVOLVEMENT IN jDPG

since 2015: Jury Member for DOPPLERS Theoretical Physics competition

DOPPLERS is the German preselection round for PLANCKS –

an international student’s team competition in Theoretical Physics

2013-2014: President of Young German Physical Society (jDPG)                      

Chairman of Federal Board of jDPG

Representative in Board & Council of German Physical Society (DPG)

since 2012: Co-Founder, Coordinator & Editor of Detektor                 

Detektor is an online-based physics magazine 

for and made by high-school students 

personal mentors support the students during the process of writing their articles

2010-2013: Federal Board Member of Young German Physical Society 

Education & Recruitment of Young Talents

INTERNATIONAL WINTER SCHOOL ON GRAVITY AND LIGHT
AS PART OF THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF LIGHT 2015

2014-2015: Organizer of Winter School on Gravity and Light           

International Physics School in celebration of the Year of Light 2015 

generously funded by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation

Lecturer: F. P. Schuller, D. Giulini, M. Werner, V. Pettorino & B. F. Schutz 

Johannes Kepler University, Linz (Austria), February 1-28, 2015


The German Physical Society (DPGDeutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft) is with more than 60.000 members one of the world's largest organization of physicists. It has several divisions corresponding to the different scientific disciplines in physics such as the division Gravity and Relativity (GR) and interdisciplinary working groups such as the jDPG.

The junge Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (jDPG) is the working group for its young members.