Guest at the annual conference of the Science Platform Sustainability 2030


Astrid Eichhorn is a podium guest at the first annual conference of the Science Platform Sustainability 2030 (wpn2030), which will take place in Berlin on December 5th and 6th December, 2019.

At the conference "Sustainable Development: A Question of Science. Impulse und Innovationen für die Deutsche Nachhaltigkeitsstrategie", wpn2030 will, among other things, present its current work results and discuss them with actors from politics, science, business and civil society.

  • Thursday, 05.12.2019 - Friday, 06.12.2019
  • Berlin
  • Public

Symposium "Sleep and Psychiatry"


Neuroscientist Martin Dresler and psychiatrist Alkomiet Hasan are organizing a two-day symposium on sleep and psychiatry.


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  • Saturday, 30.11.2019 - Sunday, 01.12.2019
  • Halle
  • Public

Panel Discussion & Round Table: University Histories and the Place of the University Today


What is the place of the university in contemporary society? What should be the physical characteristics of the university as a space in the public sphere? This event will reflect on these and related questions and bring the example of CEU to bear on the history of universities – and the other way around.

We will be addressing the “place” of the university in a double sense: in terms of the complex relations between the university and society, and in terms of the physical space created by the university’s architecture. Depending on the university model, the social and political place of the university can vary dramatically: a research university arguably has a different role to play than a liberal arts college. Likewise, a university’s place on the urban map and its spatial organization can reveal much about how concepts of teaching and research have changed over time, about distinctions between academic and other forms of knowledge, about division and convergence between different disciplines, about the ways in which universities generate and transmit knowledge, and about the role they have played (or were meant to play) in public life.

The event will be held in English. It is organized by Junge Akademie members Jan Hennings and Fabian Krämer and will take place in CEU's newly inaugurated building in Quellenstrasse in Vienna. It will bring historians of science and universities into a conversation with actors and planners of university life.

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  • Wednesday, 20.11.2019
  • 17:30 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr
  • Central European University, Quellenstraße 51, 1100 Wien, Österreich
  • Public

Follow-up workshop IAS Munich


On 11th–12th November 2019, the research group “The Two Cultures” meets in Munich for a workshop on the topic “Institutes of Advanced Study – Challenges and Potential from an Early Career Parspective”, organised by Sebastian Matzner and Fabian Krämer.

  • Monday, 11.11.2019 - Tuesday, 12.11.2019
  • München
  • Internal

Symposium "Ubiquity - New Perspectives on Experienced Traumata"


The symposium "Ubiquity - New Perspectives on Experienced Traumata", organized by Philipp Kanske, will take place in the Blaue Fabrik in Dresden. The symposium will deal with current scientific findings on the psychology of traumata. Lectures will be given by the following trauma researchers: Andreas Maercker, Thomas Ehring and Eva Alisic.

  • Sunday, 03.11.2019
  • 10:00 Uhr - 15:00 Uhr
  • Blaue Fabrik e.V., Eisenbahnstraße 1, 01097 Dresden
  • Public

Installation "Ubiquity – New Perspectives on Experienced Traumata"


From 30.10 to 3.11.2019 an audio installation on the subject of different perspectives on traumata can be viewed in the Blaue Fabrik in Dresden. This installation has been developed by the sound artist and musicologist Miriam Akkermann in cooperation with Eva Alisic and the programmer and composer Andre Bartetzki.

  • Wednesday, 30.10.2019 - Sunday, 03.11.2019
  • Blaue Fabrik e.V., Eisenbahnstraße 1, 01097 Dresden
  • Public

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