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7 - 9 Dec 2022

Future WiNS: New Energies for a Sustainable World

An international scientific conference in Berlin-Adlershof, Erwin Schrödinger Zentrum (0’101)

“Future WiNS” is an interdisciplinary event that brings together natural scientists from all fields – from mathematics and computer science to geography and engineering.

“Future WiNS” is addressed to students and researchers of all genders who are interested in exploring new strategies for a sustainable future.

“Future WiNS” combines a rich scientific program including invited oral presentations and a poster session with a career fair and a lot of room for informal discussions and exchanges.

We encourage all participants to submit a contribution for a poster presentation. The best posters will be awarded with poster prizes!

Participation is free of charge.

Registration was open until October 31, 2022

 

Organizers

Prof. Dr. Caterina Cocchi, Dr. Zsuzsanna Heiner, Dr. Petya Jordan, and Dr. Petra Metz

 

Program

General Informations

 

Book of Abstracts

 

Book of Abstracts - poster

 

More information

Target group

The conference is open to participants of all genders, background, and level of career.

 

Speakers

Franziska Appel - IAMO, Halle

Katrín Blöndal - Brown University, USA

Christine Bonsu - HU Berlin

Agnès Cousin - University of Toulouse

Caroline Geiersbach - Weierstrass Institute, Berlin

Marie Gentzmann - Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe, Hannover

Anya Heider - Reiner Lemoine Institute, Berlin

Katerina Kanevche - FU Berlin

Sandra Kiefer - University of Oxford, UK

Dörte Kreher - HU Berlin

Lijia Long - Siemens Gamesa, Hamburg

Clara Patricia Marshall - Fritz-Haber-Institute, Berlin

Ankita Mitra - Vaayu Tech, Berlin

Juliana Morbec - Keele University, Staffordshire, UK

Krisztina Nagy - Biological Research Centre, Szeged

Deborah Natumanya - Faculty of Computing and Informatics, Uganda

Sara Nocentini - National Insitute of Metrological Research, Italy

Alaka Panda - S.K.C.G. Autonomous College, India

Shubhangi Srivastava - National Institute of Advanced Studies, India

Caren Tischendorf - HU Berlin

Katharina Witte - Berlin Partner

 

Poster session

All participants – especially those in an early career stage– are warmly encouraged to submit an abstract for the poster session according to this template.The best posters will be awarded with poster prizes!

 

Accommodation

A contingent of rooms in a nearby hotel is reserved for the participants at a discounted rate under the keyword "Future WINS":

Airport Hotel

Airporthotel Berlin-Adlershof
Rudower Chaussee 14
12489 Berlin

Webpage: www.airporthotel-berlin-adlershof.de
Tel.: +49 30 7202222 000
E-mail: info@aha-hotel.de

 

Childcare

Childcare for children younger than 12 will be provided on site during the whole time of the conference free of charge for the participants. If you need childcare, please do not forget to fill up the corresponding field in the registration form.

 

Transportation

From Berlin Central Station (Berlin Hauptbahnhof):

  • Icon S-Bahn 9 (destination Flughafen BER T1-2) to Adlershof
  • walk to station Messe Nord/ICC (approx. 4 minutes)
  • Icon S-Bahn 46 (destination Königs Wusterhausen) to Adlershof
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  • From Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (BER), Terminal 1-2:
  • Icon S-Bahn 9 (destination Spandau) or Icon S-Bahn 45 (destination Südkreuz) to Adlershof
  • walk to station BER T-5 (approx. 5 minutes)
  • Icon S-Bahn 9 (destination S Spandau), Icon S-Bahn 45 (destination Südkreuz) or Icon S-Bahn 85 (destination Pankow) to Adlershof

On www.bvg.de as well as on GoogleMaps you find up-to-date information on your local traffic possibilities in and around Berlin.

 

 

 



 

Virtual Networking Meetings

 

24 Nov 2022, 2-5pm

Spontaneity and Quick wit

Workshop session with Beatriz Beyer (Göttingen) based on improvisational theatre, aimed at female scientists

 

1 Dec 2022, 3-4pm

Fieldwork and expedition under very special circumstances

Talk by Dr. Anja Sommerfeld (Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.)  followed by discussion

 


Past events:

Lessons learned in academia - a series of virtual networking meetings with talks and discussions

20 Oct 2022

Katja Kolmetz (WaveMakers)

Personal Branding & Authenticity: How to show up for yourself!

 

15 June 2022

How to get active during the doctorate: Grass-root activism and other “side projects”

Katharina Bögl (HU Berlin)

 

10 May 2022,

How to combine entrepreneurship and sustainability

Dr. Jennifer Rasch (Goldmarie Finanzen) and Katja Brunner (Humboldt-Innovation)

 

03 March 2022, 15-16:30

Understanding selection committees for professorships

Talk by Prof. Caren Tischendorf (HU) and Prof. Maite Wilke Berenguer (HU) followed by discussion

 

24 Feb 2022, 14:30-15:30

Lessons learned in female leadership

Talk by Dr. Kathrin Goldammer, Reiner Lemoine Institut (RLI) followed by discussion

 

11 Feb 2022, 15-16

A career path as a woman in applied quantum optics

Virtual lab tour and career talk by Dr. Sofia Pazzagli (HU) on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

 

13 December, 3-4 pm
Gender bias and diversity
Talk by Dr. Arezoo Pooresmaeili followed by discussion

 

10 Nov 2021, 2-4 pm
Fit for third-party funding: Opportunities and programmes after the PhD
Dr. Maria Abad Andrade, Research Advisor at Research Service Centre/ HU

 

23 June 2021, 15:30-17 pm

Hochschulprofessorin werden: Voraussetzungen, Rahmenbedingungen und Möglichkeiten für Naturwissenschaftlerinnen

Information event (in German!) with

Susanne Plaumann (Beuth Hochschule) and Prof. Juliane Siegeris (HTW Berlin)

 

26 May 2021, 3-4 pm

Lessons learned about entrepreneurship.

Virtual networking meeting with

Dr. Dominik Sarma, Belyntic

 

29 April 2021, 3- 4 pm

Lessons learned in academia.

Virtual networking meeting with

Dr. Franziska Emmerling, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM)

 

11 February 2021, 4-5:30 pm

Free live webinar on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science
featuring

María Piquer-Rodríguez, Geo.X Postdoctoral Researcher (Young Academy) at FU/ HU Berlin
A career path as a woman in land-use and sustainability sciences

María Piquer-Rodríguez, a scientist from the Earth Observation Lab of the Geography Department of HU and the Latinamerica Institute of the Freie Universität Berlin, will give an overview of her research topics at the intersection of different institutions and disciplines and tell us about her career path as a woman in ecology and land-use sciences.

If you missed the event or just want to see the presentation again, here it is.

https://www.un.org/en/observances/women-and-girls-in-science-day/

 

29 October 2020, 3-4pm

Auslandsaufenthalte und Austauschmöglichkeiten mit internationalen Hochschulen

Information event (in German) with Ruben Assmann (HU, International Office), Monique Getter (HU, Coordinator International Office MNF), and Dr. Verena Namberger (HU, Vice Central Women’s Representative)

 

15 October 2020, 1-2pm

Empowerment Through Emotional Intelligence

Webinar with Dr. Cathy Sorbara

 

8 October 2020, 1-2pm

Understanding Your Core Values and Purpose

Webinar with Dr. Cathy Sorbara

 

11 February 2020, 3-4.30 pm

Lab Tour and Career Talk with Dr. Sonal Mistry, HZB: High quantum efficiency multi-alkali photocathodes for high brightness electron sources

Venue: HZB, Schwarzschildstr.10, 12489 Berlin

What exactly does a postdoc do at a research institute? What scientific questions does he or she want to address? What is their daily work routine? During our Lab Tours, female postdocs provide insight into their jobs. They also tell us about their career path: How did they get there? And what do they envision for their professional future?

This time, Dr. Sonal Mistry, a scientist from the High Brightness Electron Beams group (http://hz-b.de/hbeb) at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, will give an overview of her research areas. The tour includes a guided visit of the research facility.

The lab tour is aimed at female PhD students, postdocs and master‘s students.

Please register by e-mail: petra.metz@hu-berlin.de