University of Bremen Conferences in September

Four conferences will be held at the University of Bremen in September. The topics include health psychology, Maltese linguistics, teacher education, and artificial intelligence and health.

International Conference of the European Health Psychology Society and the German Psychological Society

From Monday, September 4 to Friday, September 8, the 37th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society will be held at the University of Bremen. Close to 750 international researchers will be addressing issues around health inequalities, inclusion, and disease prevention – topics that are highly relevant today, not only because of the pandemic, but also because of the aging population and the increase in lifestyle-related diseases. The keynote presentations will discuss, among other things, approaches to successful health communication, for example in the case of vaccination (Prof. Dr. Cornelia Betsch, University of Erfurt), or the social role of food and how knowledge about it can lead to better health (Prof. Dr. Jutta Mata, University of Mannheim). In addition, more than 300 expert talks and workshops as well as on over 300 posters will present new findings from all areas of health psychology. The congress is organized by Prof. Dr. Benjamin Schüz in collaboration with the German Health Psychology chapter within the German Psychological Society (DGPs) and the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS). Contact: Prof. Dr. Benjamin Schüz, Email: benjamin.schuezprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de. Further information:

Eighth International Conference on Maltese Linguistics

From Monday, September 18 to Wednesday, September 20, the International Association for Maltese Linguistics (L-Għaqda Internazzjonali tal-Lingwistika Maltija, GĦILM) will meet at the University of Bremen for its eighth conference. It is co-organized by the two Malta Center branches located at the University of Bremen and the University of Malta. The largest conference on Maltese linguistics brings together researchers from all over the world who study the Maltese language. The event is usually held every two years. This year, it focuses on "The next century of Maltese linguistics." Guest speakers are Andrei Avram (Bucharest) and Dominique Caubet (Paris). Contact: Maike Vorholt, Email: ghaqdaprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de. Further information:

Joint Annual Conference of the “Teacher Education” and “School Research and Didactics” Subdivisions of the German Educational Research Association (GERA)

From Wednesday, September 20 to Friday, September 22, the University of Bremen will host the joint annual conference of the subdivisions Teacher Education and School Research and Didactics of the German Educational Research Association (GERA). It brings together educational researchers from all over Germany as well as international experts who deal with issues related to the teaching profession, teacher training, teaching, and schools from different perspectives. This year’s conference is entitled "Development as Expectation. A Paradigm of Schooling and the Professional Culture of Teachers." Numerous workshops and individual presentations will allow participants to engage with current discourses in educational theory. On Tuesday, September 19, there will be an additional pre-conference entitled "Taking up Developments – Shifting Predictabilities," which is aimed in particular at early career researchers. Contact: Anna Moldenhauer, Anja Langer, and Matthias Olk, Email: tagung23protect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de. Further information: (in German only)

AI in Health

On Thursday, September 21, the U Bremen Research Alliance in collaboration with JUST ADD AI, the Transfer Center for Artificial Intelligence BREMEN.AI and the Integrated Health Campus Bremen will invite you to their AI in Health conference. The program includes presentations, discussions, and networking opportunities centered on artificial intelligence and health. The conference is located at Schuppen 2 (Hoerneckestraße 23). The annual AI in Health event promotes an active exchange between academia, business, politics, and other interested parties. Participants will gain insights into developments and research conducted in Bremen as well as at the Leibniz Science Campus Digital Public Health and discuss the conference topic from a European and global perspective. Topics range from personalized healthcare and patient models to technology transfer and the use of AI to improve care workflows. In between presentations, the program offers space for networking and discussion. The event is free of charge. Places are limited. Contact: Dr. Monika Michaelis, Email: monika.michaelisprotect me ?!vw.uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de. Further information and registration:


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