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This conference creates a space to reflect on these and other critical issues relating to data’s in/security and its decolonizing. To date, the following keynote speakers and commentators on data power have been confirmed:

You can access the preliminary conference programme here.

Social programme

Festive dinner buffet with starters, soup, main dishes and dessert incl. bottled water and coffee

Location: Union Brauerei and Braugasthaus, Theodorstrasse 12/ 13, 28219 Bremen

Costs: 25 Euros per person

Date: Thursday, 12.09.19, 19.30 
(Meeting point at SFG 0140, 18:30)

2016, bayer, bremen, jonas ginter, pco

The guided brewery tour leads through the individual steps of the brewing process, from the brewhouse into the cellar, ending at the filling line. Guests learn about beer ingredients, brewing, the history of beer in Bremen and the history of the building. The tour includes a guided tasting of 4 x 0,1 l of BREMER craft beers (alternatively 1 0,3/0,33 l soft drink). Duration: ca. 1 hour

Location: Union Brauer und Braugasthaus, Theodorstrasse 12/ 13, 28219 Bremen

Costs: 15 Euros per person

Date: Thursday, 12.09.19, 18.30
(Meeting point at SFG 0140, 17:30)

Bremen’s 'Überseestadt' of today bears traces of its trading history and colonial legacy. The guided tour tracks these traces in and between the former docks and invites participants to learn about the past and present of colonialism in Bremen: How did Bremen become the German "Capital of Coffee"? How is/was cotton trade organized and secured? Can we learn about colonial rule by studying infrastructual projects of port construction and river conservancy? What characterized the involvement of German merchants in the colonial project? Duration: ca. 2 hours.

Costs: 10 Euros per person 

Dates: Friday, 13.09.19, 16.00 and 18.30
(Meeting point at SFG 0140, 15:00 and 17:30)

At the ZARM Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity, you will learn all there is to know about weightlessness. The easy to follow tour brings you right into ZARM’s most prominent lab: the worldwide unique Bremen Drop Tower.  With a height of 146 meters, it provides nearly 10 seconds of free-fall to scientists who wants to study the effects of weightlessness on various objects. The structure of the drop tower and the way it works are explained in detail and small hands-on experiments shed light on the phenomenon of weightlessness. The excursion ends with a visit of the top of the drop tower and a spectacular view above Bremen. Duration: ca. 90 minutes

Location: Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), Universität Bremen, Am Fallturm 2, 28359 Bremen

Costs: 15 Euros per person

Dates: Friday, 13.09.19, 16:30 
(Meeting point at SFG 0140, 16:00)

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