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Wie viel Homeoffice verträgt die Wissenschaft? (DE)

Berlin Research 50 | Jutta Allmendinger, Thomas Sommer, Michael Hintermüller, Ulrich Panne, Theresa Entringer, Felix Fehlhaber, Eva Friedel, Edda Schulz

Die Krise als Chance – Forscher*innen diskutieren über Risiken und Chancen neuer Arbeitsweisen in der Wissenschaft.

Die Pandemie ist für alle eine Ausnahmesituation. Labore waren vorübergehend im Notbetrieb, Kitas und Schulen müssen mitunter schließen, viele Arbeiten sind ins Homeoffice verlagert. Doch wieviel Distanz verträgt die Wissenschaft, die vom ständigen Austausch lebt?

Die Gründungskoordinator*innen von BR 50, einem Zusammenschluss der außeruniversitären Forschungsinstitutionen in Berlin, laden ein zu einer ersten Bilanz: Was hat gut funktioniert hat und was nicht, was möchten Forscher*innen auch für die Zukunft bewahren und welche Bedingungen sind vor allem für junge Forscher*innen problematisch?

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David Ausserhofer WZB

Jutta Allmendinger

Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung

President

Jutta Allmendinger is a sociologist and has been President of the WZB Berlin Social Science Center since 2007 as well as Professor of Educational Sociology and Labor Market Research at the Humboldt University in Berlin. She has received numerous awards for her work, including a fellowship at the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles in 2017. Jutta Allmendinger is one of the founding coordinators of Berlin Research 50 and a member of the editorial board of the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT.

David Ausserhofer MDC

Thomas Sommer

Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC)

Scientific Director (interim)

Thomas Sommer is interim Scientific Director of the MDC. The cell biologist researches protein quality control and holds a chair at HU Berlin. He is one of the founding coordinators of Berlin Research 50 and is on the board of the DZHK and EU-LIFE. He investigates scientific misconduct and is an expert reviewer for the DFG. He became a member of the EMBO in 2003, won the Science Prize of the German Technion Society in 2012, and has been a Visiting Professor at the Technion in Israel since 2017.

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Tue | Nov 03, 2020 | 18.00 - 20.00 Europe/Berlin Time

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Michael Hintermüller

Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik, Leibniz-Institut im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.

Director

Prof. Dr. Michael Hintermüller is Director of the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS), Leibniz Institute in Forschungsverbund Berlin, and holder of the Chair of Applied Mathematics at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. For many years, he has played a major role in shaping the international math hub of Berlin. For example, he assumed the role of Spokesman of the Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+, a Cluster of Excellence, in 2019.

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Tue | Nov 03, 2020 | 18.00 - 19.00 Europe/Berlin Time

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Ulrich Panne

Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und-prüfung

President

Ulrich Panne is President of BAM. He also holds an honorary professorship for Instrumental Analytical Chemistry at the HU Berlin. He is spokesman of the AG Ressortforschung and chairman of IGAFA. Professor Panne is co-initiator and speaker of the HU Graduate School for Analytical Sciences Adlershof and a co-founder of the Werner-von-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science. He is a member of the Presidential Board of DIN, the Board of the GDCh and the Long Night of the Sciences Berlin.

Theresa Entringer

Theresa Entringer is a psychologist who earned her PhD at the University of Mannheim, Germany. Since May 2019 she is working as a postdoc at the German Institute for Economic Research within the Socio-Economic Panel. Her research focuses on the structure of the human personality and the interaction of personality traits and situations as well as cultures. During the last months, she mostly focused on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on mental health.

Felix Fehlhaber

BERLIN CENTER FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Felix Fehlhaber started his career at Fraunhofer-Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology IPK in 2011 as a student of Computer Engineering at the Medical Systems Engineering department. After completing his studies, he worked for 4 years as a research fellow in the field of 3D X-ray imaging and became head of department in 2016. For two years now, Mr. Fehlhaber has been in charge of the office of Berlin Center for Digital Transformation – a merger of the four Berlin Fraunhofer-Institutes.

Eva Friedel

Eva Friedel studied human medicine and psychology at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and at the University of New South Wales Sydney. She completed her training as a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy at the Charité. She received her doctorate in medicine at the Charité on genetic and pharmacological influences on the processing of affective information and working memory. Her doctorate (Dr. phil.) was awarded at the Faculty of Human Sciences at the University of Potsdam on the influence of cognition and stress life on decision-making and its role in alcohol addiction. Currently, Eva Friedel is head of the DFG-funded project Imaging (Epi)genetics in Alcohol Use Disorder. Since 2019, Eva Friedel has been the senior physician in charge of the Psychiatric Institute Outpatient Clinic of Charité Mitte and the Therapy Centre for Bipolar Disorders.  Friedel is a member of the AG Mind and Brain and is currently supported by the Clinician Scientist Programme of the BIH and the Lydia Rabinowitsch grant of the Charité.

Edda Schulz

MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR MOLECULAR GENETICS

Edda Schulz studied Biochemistry at the University of Tübingen and completed her doctoral thesis in Biophysics at the Humboldt University Berlin and the German Rheumatism Research Center from 2005 to 2009. After her doctorate she performed postdoctoral research at the Institut Curie in Paris from 2010 to 2014. Since 2015 Edda Schulz has been heading an independent research group at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin. Edda Schulz uses systems biology approaches to study gene regulation in mammals and was awarded an “ERC Starting Grant” of the European Research Council in 2020.

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