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Die Junge Akademie's summer plenary session

 

Die Junge Akademie`s summer plenary session takes place in Berlin.

  • Saturday, 04.06.2022
  • Online
  • Internal
 
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Annual Celebration

 

Welcoming ten new members


As is tradition, the admission of ten new members will take place in a festive setting. On the same occasion, Die Junge Akademie will bid farewell to ten members who will become alumnae after five years of membership. The summer evening will be interspersed with an artistic production and performances on the theme of "The interplay of science, art and religion".

 
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Fireside Talk - RG TROIA

 

Within the framework of a summer discussion evening, the members of AG TROIA meet Claudia Lehmann. She is the Managing Director of the Center for Leading Innovation and Cooperation (CLIC) at the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management and will provide interesting insights into her decades of experience with the topics of innovation and innovation transfer.

  • Wednesday, 08.06.2022
  • 20:00 Uhr - 21:00 Uhr
  • Online
  • Internal
 
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Workshop "Data Science meets Landscape Ecology"

 

Members of Die Junge Akademie meet junior researchers from the fields of Data Science and Landscape Ecology. From their disciplinary perspectives, they discuss the challenge of proposing the most sustainable possible concepts for the use of landscapes.

  • Wednesday, 15.06.2022
  • Berlin
  • Internal
 
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Workshop "Mental Images in the Middle Ages and Neuroscience - New Perspectives"

 

As part of the project "Lucid Dreaming, Now and Then", medievalist Racha Kirakosian (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg and Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study) is organising an internal workshop on "Mental Images in the Middle Ages and Neuroscience - New Perspectives".

The ability to see images before "the inner eye" was theoretically discussed in scholastic writings in the Middle Ages as well as critically presented in literary texts. Mental images such as visions, daydreams and sleep dreams played an important role in epistemological processes, religious experiences and artistic arguments for the question of finding and representing truth. Despite their importance for the historical understanding of the human brain, however, medieval concepts of "inner vision" remain under-researched. Can current findings from the neurosciences help to open up the medieval sources in a new way? And, conversely, can ideas from the Middle Ages inspire innovative experiments in the field of neuropsychology? The Hamburg workshop will address these questions by bringing together scientists from the relevant fields for an interdisciplinary discussion.

  • Thursday, 23.06.2022
  • Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study
  • Internal
 
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Workshop "Life with measurement: futures in the present"

 

In an interdisciplinary workshop, the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, together with Die Junge Akademie, puts the practices of surveying as part of everyday life up for discussion. The event aims to challenge the title of the BBAW's current annual theme 2021|22, "Die Vermessung des Lebendigen", in that the workshop does not juxtapose the practices of surveying with the living, but puts them up for discussion as part of everyday life.

 
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