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Thursday, 24 September 2015
16.30–18.00 Speed dating & career insights
M&B doctoral candidates & master’s students get the chance to meet with M&B alumni
Distinguished Lecture Series
Professor Torsten Wilholt (Hannover), Why and in what sense ought scientific research to be free?
Followed by a reception for M&B alumni, faculty & students
Friday, 25 September 2015
09.00 Get together
Have a cup of coffee & pin your picture with your three Ws (who/where/what) on the M&B wallpaper
10.00 Welcome by the academic directors
Michael Pauen and Arno Villringer, The Berlin School of Mind and Brain – the past and future development
10.15–11.15 Speed dating
Everybody gets to know everyone else
11.15–11.45 Coffee break
11.45–13.00 Pecha Kucha talks by 4 alumni
20 slides in 6.40 minutes on a topic of your choice.
This is your chance to talk about anything you like – without interruption!
14.30–15.30 Networking village – Part 1
Profit from the experience – talk to other alumni about topics like Career paths in academia - Freelance work - Founding your own business - How to combine family & job - Academic management
Suggestions for further topics are welcome
15.30–16.30 Networking village – Part 2
Ed Cooke (London), The art of memory
Ed Cooke alias Mr Memory is columnist of the London Times, author of Remember, Remember, and Grandmaster of Memory
19.00 Joint dinner at Clärchens Ballhaus (self-pay dinner)
The School will cover the costs for accommodation and travel up to an agreed amount.
Please indicate on the registration form (see below) if you would like us to book a hotel room for you. Please also indicate the approximate travel costs and wait for our approval of reimbursement before making reservations. In case of questions, please contact us (email@example.com).
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Registration by 1 July!
Please register by sending the registration form by fax or e-mail to:
F +49 30 2093-1802 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Inken Dose & Anne Löchte (management)
Malte Engel, Nikos Green, Jakub Limanowski, & Christine Schipke (alumni)