Our cooperation institution The Center for Molecular Fingerprinting (CMF) is set to achieve a significant milestone in its pioneering work. On June 17, CMF will inaugurate its new laser laboratory at research institute ELI APLS in Szeged, marking a critical step in bringing this innovative technology to Hungary. In conjunction with this occasion, the CMF Summit 2024 – At the Forefront of Disease Profiling will take place, featuring lectures by Nobel Prize laureates who will provide insights into their groundbreaking research.




11.00—12.15: Prof. Dr. Ferenc Krausz – Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics 2023, CEO of CMF

Ferenc Krausz will present the research being carried out at the Budapest-based Center for Molecular Fingerprinting (CMF), and dive into the importance and applications of attosecond physics.


13.15—14.30: Prof. Dr. Katalin Karikó –  Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2023

The second speaker, Katalin Karikó was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for her groundbreaking work in the development of mRNA technology. Her discoveries in nucleoside base modifications have been pivotal in creating effective mRNA vaccines, a milestone that has transformed the landscape of medical science and public health.


14.30—15.45: Prof. Dr. Gérard Mourou – Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics 2018

Gérard Mourou, the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2018 will talk third Prof. Mourou's innovative methods for generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses have opened new frontiers in laser science and technology.



Dr. Mihaela Žigman – Research Director of CMF

Watch the Nobel Symposium online and gain exclusive insights into the revolutionary research and discoveries of these esteemed scientists.


Time: June 17, 10:45 am


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