Events

SPP 2289 Events

Target group: Young Researchers

Presence event in Hamburg.

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Lecturer: Dr. Theresa Schredelseker

 

Target group: Scientific staff of the priority programs 1980, 2045, 2289 and 2315.

Joint event of the four priority programs for career planning and networking of the scientific staff.

Co-design, input and requests for thematic focal points from the ranks of the participants are expressly desired.

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Doris Segets.

Introduction to the idea behind the workshop series and further procedure.

Target group: Scientific staff of the priority programs 1980, 2045, 2289 and 2315.

Joint event of the four priority programs for career planning and networking of the scientific staff.

Co-design, input and requests for thematic focal points from the ranks of the participants are expressly desired.

Fokus ist die Vorstellung aller beteiligten Projekte und eine Diskussion der gemeinsamen Herausforderungen.

Venue: BITZ, Bremen

Start on 05 October 12:00 p.m. End on 06 October 01:00 p.m.

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Greg Bewley
Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Cornell University

Ithaca, NY

 

Professor Bewley is the Mercator Fellow of PP 2289 and studies turbulence and its effects on the environment and engineered devices by performing laboratory and field experiments. Bewley developed interests in superfluid turbulence while earning his PhD from Yale University, and in turbulent atmospheric clouds while working at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Germany. At Cornell, he is pursuing new opportunities in discovering the way turbulence behaves differently at high speeds than at low ones, and in the way we can engineer strategies to navigate turbulent flows while in flight.

Organisation: Team Bremen - Jakob Stahl, Tobias Tabeling

Target group: Young Researchers

Presence event in Bremen.

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Organisation: Team Bremen - Jakob Stahl, Tobias Tabeling

Target group: Young Researchers

First summer school of the priority program. The project workers (Young Researchers) exchange information about their current state of research and future cooperation and develop a common glossary.

Workshop: Efficient and sustainable handling of data, introduction to the Electronic Laboratory Notebook - Speaker: Professor Norbert Riefler.

Speaker: Professorin  Dorit Schmidt

The major objective of the workshop “Good Scientific Practice” is to know and understand the basic rules and values of the responsible conduct of research in all its stages, according to local, national, and international regulations and guidelines. The participants will explore the differences and grey areas between good scientific practice, questionable research practice, and scientific misconduct. They will learn about the consequences of scientific misconduct. The content of the workshop follows the curriculum “Good Scientific Practice” which was commissioned by and developed in cooperation with the German Research Association:

Definitions of good scientific practice and scientific misconduct

·Data and source management

·Authorship and the process of publication

·Mentoring and supervision

·Conflict management: how to deal with scientific misconduct

·Consequences

Type: online workshop, including individual and group work, presentations, discussions

Time frame: 9:00 - 16:00 p.m. including 1.5 hour breaks

The first annual meeting of the priority program offers opportunities for exchange, networking and initial ideas for cooperation within the SPP. The focus is on presenting all the projects involved and discussing the common challenges. Workshops, evening event

Location: Bremen

BITZ Bremen innovation and technology center
Fahrenheit Street 1
28359 Bremen