Hosted in a different country every year, these events are a great opportunity to meet leading experts from computational neuroscience, neuroscience methodology and experimental neuroscience!
Chemistry "Indicator for quantitative analysis of aluminum ions" (Anna Bodnar and Alexander Csaba Baumgarten).
Physics "Visualization of microwaves" (Camillo Westerhof)
Join us for an exciting talk “Große ForscherInnen, kleine ForscherInnen: Wissenschaftsgenerationen im Gespräch mit“ hosted by Michael Müller, Mayor of Berlin and Senator for Science and Research.
Clear the stage for three generations of researchers. As Senator for Science and Research, the Mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller, is particularly concerned with promoting the next generation of scientists. And so, as host, he invites several generations of researchers together on stage, including:
Prof. Dr. Detlev Ganten has achieved virtually everything in his scientific career and will reflect on the highs and lows of his career.
Petra Ritter, a Berlin native and mother of two, has achieved a remarkable professional advancement after international guest research stays and thus represents the life situation of a scientist in mid-career.
As young researchers, this year's state winners of Jugend forscht, Anna Bodnar, Alexander Csaba Baumgarten and Camillo Westerhof, will talk about their first research experiences and their scientific ambitions.
After the event, they will present their Jugend forscht winning projects:
Translated from German to English. View the original here.
The event is free and family friendly. The talk is in German, and starts at 1100. to find out more, book tickets visit the Wissensstadt Berlin website.