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PLAGUES
EPS HISTORIC SITES
  1. High Altitude Research Station Jungfraujoch, Switzerland, 7 February 2019

  2. Bergara Laboratorium, Spain, 20 October 2018

  3. Laboratories of Kirchhoff und Bunsen, Heidelberg, Germany, 1 October 2018

  4. Observatories on the Haldde mountain, Norway, 26 August 2018

  5. Magurele Physics Campus, Bucurest, Romenia, 15 November 2017

  6. Curie Museum, Paris, France, 7 November 2017

  7. IBM Research Ruschlikon, Switzerland, 26 September 2017

  8. Cecil Powell – the ‘Pionic Man’, at Bristol University, UK, 13 September 2017

  9. Bastions Building of the Geneva University, 29 March 2017

  10. Former Institute of Physics (Rontgen, 1895), Wurzburg University, Germany, 2016

  11. Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 9 November 2016


    Prof. Anne-Sofie Martensson, President of the Swedish Physical Society unveils the plaque on the Uddmanska house in Kungalv
  12. Home of Lise Meitner, Sweden, 29 October 2016

  13. Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany, 6 May 2016

  14. Cabinet of Physics University of Coimbra, Portugal, 11 Mart 2016

  15. Ernst Mach house plaque on the building of former Physics Institute at Ovocny trh 7, Prague, Czech Republic, 18 February 2016

  16. Hotel Metropole Brussels, Belgium, the venue of Solvay Conferences (30.10.1911 - 03.11.1911), 24 October 2015

  17. Einstein House, Bern, Switzerland, 14 September 2015

  18. Institute for Radium Research in Wien, 28 May 2015

  19. Reale Osservatorio Vesuviano, Naples, Italy, 23 May 2015

  20. The Residencia de Estudiantes, Madrid, Spain, 13 May 2015

  21. Fasor Lutheran Secondary School of Budapest, Hungary, 23 April 2015

  22. Mount Vesuvius Observatory, Hercolaneum, Naples, Italy, 23 March 2015

  23. Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory and the Institute Lorentz, Leiden, Netherlands, 9 February 2015

  24. CERN 600 MeV Synchrocyclotron, Laussane, Switzerland, 19 June 2014

  25. Georgi Nadjakov Study, Sofia, Bulgaria, 23 May 2014

  26. Fabra Observatory, Barcelona, Spain, 9 May 2014

  27. Blackett Laboratory, London, United Kingdom, 30 April 2014

  28. UK National Physical Laboratory, London, United Kingdom, 31 January 2014

  29. AdA Storage Ring, Frascati, Italy, 5 December 2013

  30. Niels Bohr Institute, Danmark, 3 December 2013

  31. MTA Atomki, Debrecen, Hungary, 25 October 2013

  32. Kleist Palais, Kamien Pomorski, Poland, 11 October 2013

  33. PTB’s Berlin Institute, Germany, 8 October 2013

  34. LAL-LURE complex, Orsay, Paris, France, 13 September 2013

  35. Island of Hven, Sweden, 11 September 2013

  36. Villa Griffone, Bologna, Italy, 26 May 2013

  37. Hill of Arcetri, Iraly, 17 May 2013

  38. Physics faculty of the Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany, 6 May 2013

  39. JINR in Dubna, Russia, 22 February 2013

  40. Hoza 69 building, Warsaw, Poland, 10 January 2013

  41. Refuge des Cosmiques, France, 23 July 2012

  42. Fermi fountain, Rome, Italy, 20 April 2012

References

  1. High Altitude Research Station Jungfraujoch, Switzerland, 7 February 2019

  2. A. Brekke, EPS Historic Site: The observatories on the Haldde mountain, e-EPS News, 20 November 2018

  3. Laboratorien von Kirchhoff und Bunsen werden historische Erinnerungsstatte der Physik, Pressemitteilung Nr. 114/2018, 28 September 2018

  4. A. Pawlak, Der Geburtsort der Spektralanalyse, Physik Journal (11) 12 October 2018

  5. The Curie Museum distinguished as EPS Historic Site

  6. M. Pfalz, Historisch ausgezeichnetes IBM-Forschungslabor, Physik Journal, 27 September 2017

  7. J. Lacki, An EPS Historic Sites Award celebrating two Genevan physicists, Swiss Physical Society, Mitteilungen (52) July 2017, p. 32-35

  8. A. M. Heinz, B. Jonson, I. Pazsit, Uddmanska House Kungalv, Sweden, Europhysics News, 48(1) 4-5 (2017)

  9. G. de Natale, Reale Osservatorio Vesuviano, Herculaneum (Naples) Italy, Europhysics News, 48(1) p. 6 (2017)

  10. D. Lee, Joint EPS-APS Historic Site – The Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, e-EPS, Dec 2016

  11. M. H. Palmgren, EPS Historic Site – Lise Meitner and the discovery of nuclear fission, e-EPS, December 2016

  12. R. Emmerich, Former Institute of Physics Wurzburg University, Europhysics News 47(5-6) p. 4-5 (2016)

  13. T. Pena, The Old Cabinet of Physics of the University of Coimbra distinguished as EPS Historic Site, Europhysics News 47(4) p. 4-5 (2016)

  14. C. Cimoes, D. R. Martoms, Cabinet of Physics University of Coimbra, Portugal, Europhysics News 47(3) p. 4-5 (2016)

  15. J. Minar, New EPS Historic Site in Prague dedicated to Ernst Mach, e-EPS, March 2016; Ernst Mach house Ovocny trh 7 Prague, Czech Republic, Europhysics News, 47(2) p. 4-5 (2016)

  16. J. Ongena, Hotel Metropole, Place de Brouckere 31, Brussels, Belgium, Europhysics News 47(1) p. 4-5 (2016)

  17. P. M. Schuster, The Institute of Radium Research, Boltzmanngasse 3, Vienna, Austria, Europhysics News 46 (5-6) p. 4-5 (2015)

  18. N. Kroo, The Fasor Lutheran Secondary School, Budapest, Hungary, Europhysics News, 46(3) 4-5 (2015)

  19. L. Cifarelli, The European Historic Sites heritage, Prima Pagina, Societa Italiana di Fisica, Nr 15, 23 March 2015

  20. O. Yordanov, A. Petrov, EPS Historic Sites, The Laboratory of Georgi Nadjakov, Sofia, Bulgaria. – Europhysics News, 46(1) 1-2 (2015)

  21. A. G. Petrov, R. Kamburova, The study of Georgi Nadjakov declared an EPS Historic Site, e-EPS, 25 June 2014

  22. M. Duff, The Blackett Laboratory: EPS site of historical interest, Europhysics News 45(4) p. 4-5 (2014)

  23. Interview with Dr. Luisa Cifarelli, The European Physical Journal Plus Editor in Chief

  24. Luisa Cifarelli, Curriculum Vitae, Homepage, University of Bologna, Italy

  25. The main building of MTA Atomki is a historic site in physics

Created: 5 October 2016
Updated: 18 December 2018

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