4. März 2021

Symposium 150 Jahre BAM:
Vertrauen in Zukunftstechnologien

Wie können Zukunftstechnologien dabei helfen, großen gesellschaftlichen Herausforderungen wie dem Klimawandel zu begegnen und gleichzeitig unseren Wohlstand zu bewahren? Wie gewährleisten wir die Sicherheit neuer Werkstoffe, Produkte und Prozesse? Wie kann die Wissenschaft in postfaktischen Zeiten Vertrauen in ihre Ergebnisse schaffen? Und wie können sich Start-ups mit Zukunftstechnologien in strukturell konservativen Industrien etablieren?

Diese Fragen sind Thema des digitalen Symposiums „Vertrauen in Zukunftstechnologien“, mit dem die BAM am 4.3.2021 ihr 150-jähriges Jubiläum feiert.

  • Peter Altmaier,
    Bundesminister für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi)
  • Michael Müller,
    Regierender Bürgermeister von Berlin
  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Panne,
    Präsident BAM
  • Prof. Dr. Gian-Luca Bona,
    Direktor EMPA (Eidgenössische Materialprüfungs- und Forschungsanstalt Schweiz)
  • Prof. Dr. h.c. Jutta Allmendinger, Ph.D.,
    Präsidentin des Wissenschaftszentrums Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB)
  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Ortwin Renn,
    Wissenschaftlicher Direktor, Institut für Transformative Nachhaltigkeitsforschung (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, IASS), Potsdam sowie Professor für Umwelt und Techniksoziologie, Universität Stuttgart
  • Sonja Jost,
    Geschäftsführerin DexLeChem GmbH
Die Veranstaltung findet am 04.03.2021 von 15:30 Uhr - 17:30 Uhr statt.

Das Programm sowie die Anmeldung finden Sie hier.

17.-18. März 2021

WiNS Remote Workshop: Svenja Neupert - "Agile project management: How to create successful projects and productive project-teams"
Scientific and corporate work-processes are more and more based on project-work with intercultural members. This needs competences in two areas-project management skills and also the knowledge of how to build a team and to be able to co-operate with a variety of different personalities. In this seminar we teach you how to combine these two abilities.
  • When: March 17th, 9-12 and March 18th, 9-12
  • Target Group: female PhD students and postdocs
  • Maximum number of participants: 12
  • Content: 
    • Basics of project management (Classic and agile project management)
    • How to manage the information and knowledge-management in a project team in a transparent manner
    • Basics of successful teambuilding principles
    • Responsibility, cooperation and commitment
    • Team communication & information structures
    • Recognize potential and assign it to the right role
    • How to manage the diversity in a team (culture, gender, working habits, values...)
    • Basics of conflict prevention and win-win-oriented conflict resolutions
    • Knowledge management –tools & methods
  • Methods: The seminar comprises inspirational input, exercises, small group work and group discussion. A lively learning atmosphere is created, and sustainable results obtained. 
  • About the trainer: Svenja Neupert, a speaker, coach, trainer,and organisational consultant, is an expert on Future Leadershipformore than 25 years.Svenja will help you to discover unconventional approaches to your thinking and coach you to follow your talents. She believesthat everyone can realize his or herunique potential in business life and have fun and fulfilment at work.(www.kompetenzia-international.com)
Please register by March 1st, 2020 by e-mail: petra.metz hu-berlin.de
Zoom link shared after registration


4.-5. Juni 2021

WiNS Summer School 2021 - Light, matter, and life: Why do we see what we see and how do we understand it?

Scope of the workshop
Light-matter interaction is responsible for some of the most appealing effects in the physics of materials, which are also essential for most opto-electronic applications pervading our everyday life. From a fundamental point of view, light-matter interaction is a valuable source of information to understand the microscopic properties of materials on a quantum-mechanical level. We aim to bring together a selected and yet representative number of scientists working at the forefront of research on light-matter interaction in inorganic, organic, and bio-materials. During the two-day workshop under the direction of Prof. Caterina Cocchi (HU/ IRIS Adlershof/ University of Oldenburg) and Dr. Zsuzsanna Heiner (HU/ SALSA), a number of invited speakers with different background will provide their insight on this exciting research topic exchanging ideas with all participants, also through hands- on and group activities. A paramount scope of this event is to establish and strengthen networks of female scientists at any level of career. Topics related to career strategies and personal development will be also part of the program, under the coordination of a professional coach.

Target group
Female scientists of any nationality and level of career, from the 4th semester of study up to group leaders, who are active in physics, chemistry, nano- and materials science, as well as biological disciplines.

Registration costs

The participation is free of charge for the participants.

Deadline for applications: April 15th, 2020