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8 November 2019
Through the wormhole:
50 years of Applied Physics
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In 1969 the University of Twente launched its Applied Physics curriculum. This year, on 8 November, we celebrated the first semicentennial of this now internationally acclaimed programme.

Study association Arago's Photocommittie Objectief took a lot of pictures at the event.
Take a look at them now!

One of the year’s highlights will be THROUGH THE WORMHOLE – a highly interactive symposium in which  a variety of applied physics subjects will be dealt with from  surprising perspectives. The event will be hosted by our  very own alumnus Diederik Jekel, who since obtaining his Master’s degree in Applied Physics in 2010 has made quite a name for himself as a science journalist and presenter. He is also currently the chairman of the Dutch Physical Society (NNV).  

All current Applied Physics students and staff, alumni  and former employees, research groups and PhDs are  most cordially invited to attend this memorable occasion.  The symposium will end with a reception in the former  Applied Physics building (now U Park). Worked up an  appetite during the day? Then hang on for a delicious  and reasonably priced dinner buffet afterwards.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Stefan Kooij
Programme Director Applied Physics