Joseph Caruana with Vinton Cerf, one of the fathers of the internet and vice-president of Google, who delivered the Heidelberg lecture at the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Dr Joseph Caruana, from the Department of Physics and Institute of Space Sciences & Astronomy (ISSA) of the University of Malta participated in this year's prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Each year, a select group of the best young scientists are selected in a global competition. These scientists go on to engage in discussions with Nobel Prize winners over a whole week of intense scientific exchange.
The Department of Physics and ISSA regularly hold outreach events for the public, such as talks and night-sky observing sessions, with the aim of spreading interest in the sciences and communicating the research being done at university. More information can be found on the Department of Physics and ISSA websites.