SAVE THE DATE: Adlershofer Science Forum on 11.11.2014 with Poster Session

The Adlershof Science Forum is encouraging exchange among scientists in Adlershof.

The Adlershof Science Forum is encouraging exchange among scientists in Adlershof.

Please save the date to participate on 11. November 2014 at  „Adlershof Science Forum“ (AFF) of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and IGAFA. The event is meant to encourage exchange and communication between scientists working at Adlershof.

Registration and the call for posters is open until 30.10.2014 here. The best poster will be rewarded with 500 Euro. We really want young scientists and students to attend the event ! Please encourage them to participate.

Topics in 2014 are:

  •   Big Data
  •   hybrid materials
  •   Interfaces and boundary surfaces

We are planning three Workshops with short talks and two poster sessions. We will serve pancakes at 11.11 as in some parts of Germany, carnival is starting.

You can register and upload your Poster (DIN A0) until 30. October 2014  here
Your abstract is needed until 3. November 2014.

With best regards

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Kaysser-Pyzalla, Speaker of the management board of IGAFA
Prof. Dr. Peter A. Frensch, Vice president research, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

More information: www.igafa.de/aff

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