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2005 - The Einstein Year

Historians refer to the year of 1905 as Einstein’s Annus Mirabilis – “the miracle year”- when he finished and published his major works on the special theory of relativity, the quantum theory, and the theory of Brownian motion.
Due to the upcoming centenary of the Annus Mirabilis in 2005, UNESCO has declared 2005 the “World Year of Physics”. Consequently, numerous  activities, exhibitions, and conferences are presently being prepared worldwide. A schedule of upcoming events taking place in 2005 will be made available on this site. Please inform the webmaster of this site about links, which could be added.

Albert Einstein - Engineer of the Universe

As part of the World Year of Physics the Science Festival and an Einstein Exhibition in Berlin will be organized by the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, together with the Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, the Einstein Forum, and the Haus der Brandenburgisch-Preussischen Geschichte.

Forum Einstein 2005 Bern

In 2001 a group of Bernese scientists and scholars launched the preparation for the Einstein Festival 2005 in Bern (www.einstein2005.ch). The group is organized as Forum Einstein 2005 Bern. Festive activities will take place throughout the city and beyond and will include a large Einstein exhibition, a walking tour of Einstein-related sites and other cultural events. There will be an international physics symposium featuring a Festakt, and a conference on the history and philosophy of Einstein's work, which will be organized in cooperation with Jürgen Renn (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science) and Gerd Grasshoff (University of Bern, Forum Einstein 2005 Bern). Furthermore, the annual reunion of the Swiss Academy and the 13th general conference of the European Physical Society will be held in Bern with a thousand participants in attendance.

Seventh International Conference on the History of General Relativity, La Orotava, 6-13 March 2005

The Seventh International Conference on the History of General Relativity is organized by the Fundacion Orotava, the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canaria and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

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