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Diversity

Part of our Max Planck Institute's mission is to foster international collaborations through our large visitors program. Typically, at any given time, our institute's members hail from about 40 different countries, naturally making mpipks into a lively and diverse place.

Nevertheless, women are statistically underrepresented and we are committed to increasing their share, both among scientists in residence as well as within our workshop and seminar program. Among the excellent female scientists at our institute, you are especially welcome to contact Laura, Sudarshana, Katja, Meagan, or Ahana should you want to know more about life and work at mpipks, in particular as a woman scientist.

 

 

Laura Maria Baez

Postdoctoral Scientist

Computational Quantum Many-body Physics

baez[at]pks.mpg.de

Sudarshana Laha

Doctoral Student

Mesoscopic Physics of Life

sudarshana[at]pks.mpg.de



Katja Polotzek

Doctoral Student

Nonlinear Time Series Analysis

polo[at]pks.mpg.de

 

 

Meagan Carney

Postdoctoral Scientist

Nonlinear Time Series Analysis

meagan[at]pks.mpg.de



 

 

Ahana Chakraborty

Postdoctoral Scientist

Strongly Correlated Light-Matter Systems

ahana[at]pks.mpg.de