Members of the Scientific Advisory Board
To ensure the high quality of scientific research in the long term perspective, all institutes of the Max Planck Society are regularly reviewed by independent advisory boards. The members of the advisory board, experts from leading research institutions and universities worldwide, are selected by the President of the Max Planck Society on the basis of proposals made by the institute. The advisory board is appointed for a maximum term of six years.
(Picture: The members of the Scientific Advisory Board at their last meeting in October 2019 in the foyer of the MPQ - f.l.t.r. Prof. Dr. Alain Aspect (stepped down), Prof. Dr. Jun Ye (stepped down), Prof. Dr. Margaret Murnane (stepped down), Prof. Dr. Christopher Monroe, Prof. Dr. Francesca Ferlaino, Prof. Dr. Pierre Meystre, Prof. Dr. Stephen R. Leone (in front), Prof. Dr. Ian Walmsley (stepped down), Prof. Dr. Klaus Mølmer (stepped down), Prof. Dr. John P. Preskill, Prof. Dr. Jelena Vučković)