Celebrating the Diversity of Science
Seven scientific institutes celebrate 30 years of cooperation in the Berlin Research Network at POP KUDAMM. The diverse research fields of the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB), the Leibniz Institute of Crystal Growth (IKZ), the Paul Drude Institute for Solid State Electronics (PDI), the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS), the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW), the Max Born Institute (MBI) and the Leibniz Research Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP) allow us to have an impact on almost all areas of society. Our extraordinary research efforts show us every day how important the great diversity of research topics and approaches, management structures and leadership cultures is. We experience a great diversity of cultures, backgrounds and lifestyles in our institutes.
And that’s exactly what we want to celebrate! With elevator pitches, scientific crosstalk between fish researchers and quantum people, wild animals, crystals, pharmacological research, math and ultra-short lasers, and a good dose of fun. – Ever heard of powerpoint karaoke?
The evening will end with a concert by Saudia Young and Lars Vegas and drinks at the bar
An all-day festival of science at Pop Kudamm.
15:30 Podium discussion about the source of excellent research
With: Prof. Dr. Norbert Palz, President of the University of the Arts, Prof. Dr. Thomas Schröder,
Spokesman of the Board of the Forschungsverbund Berlin, Armaghan Naghipour, State Secretary for Science, Research and Equality (requested).
Moderation: Dr. Carsten Hucho, Spokesperson of the Leibniz Association’s Knowledge Transfer Working Group.
17:30 Real or fake?
Steven Seet, Institute of Zoo and Wildlife Research, Erika Martinez Ruiz, Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Roman Engel-Herbert, Director of the Paul Drude Institute for Solid State Electronics.
19:30 Saudia Young and Lars Vegas.
Saudia Young is a New York City-born singer/songwriter with growling, soulful vocals and a top-notch “noir rockabilly blues” band. Young and her bandmates have been shaking up the scene with their unique sound, a combination of rhythm & blues, rockabilly and dark Americana. Based in Berlin and Europe since 2014, Young and her boys have played the streets, local pubs, weddings, rockabilly festivals, motorcycle clubs, tattoo conventions and rock clubs, including legendary Berlin clubs Wild at Heart, Bassy Cowboy Club and Road Runners Rock & Motor Club.
No registration required. Just drop by. : )
An event organized by Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.