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Date: October 20th, 2017 - 9.30 to 16.00 hrs.
An der Urania 17
This career day is about the art of work-life-balance in scientific research. This event seeks to help all female and male students and researchers, at all scientific career levels, who would like to gain insight into the ways of balancing that really work!
In the morning, female and male speakers share their personal experiences and strategies as open space hosts. Open space topics include how to build up effective time management strategies or skills, being a dual-career-couple in science, overcoming “presentism” at the workplace, coping with the mobility requirements in science, and many more. We compare the situation in Germany to other countries, as well as the conditions inside and outside of academia.
In the afternoon, we host a plenary discussion with science policy and research funding experts and decision-makers to provide the chance for additional discussion, and to contribute suggestions for improving work-life-balance on a more general level.
At the end of the day, we ask if scientists can really have a satisfactory work-life-balance or if they have to learn how to cope with an everlasting dilemma that cannot be solved sufficiently?
We provide free childcare for those attending the career day event. If you would like to use the free childcare service, please indicate it in the registration form.
Open space session on the following topics:
The international Symposium on "The effects of global change on floods, fluvial geomorphology and related hazards in mountainous rivers" will be held at the University of Potsdam from 6-8 March 2017. Registration is closed now. The purpose of this symposium is to bring together researchers from several disciplines as hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, hydraulic engineering, environmental science, geography, economy (and any other related discipline) to discuss the effects of global change over the river system in relation with floods.
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NatRiskChange Fall School, October 10th-14th 2016, PIK Potsdam & University of Potsdam, Campus Golm
During our Fall School we offered the following courses:
Annual NatRiskChange meeting, October 4th/5th, University of Potsdam, Campus Griebnitzsee
On October 4th and 5th 2016 we had our annual NatRiskChange meeting. All PhD students and postdocs presented their work and gave an outlook of the upcoming research. On October 6th was a joint meeting with the graduate research school "GeoSim". Our RTG members Tobias Sieg, Ugur Öztürk, Sebastian Specht and Berry Boessenkool gave oral presentations.