|Date:||Sunday, 21 to Friday, 26 July 2013|
|Location:||“Haus Humboldtstein” Conference Centre, Am Humboldtstein, 53424 Remagen/Bonn|
The German-Russian Young Researchers Forum was initiated within the “German-Russian Year of Education, Science and Innovation 2011/12”. The two previous editions took place in Moscow (2011) and Halle/Saale (2012), and brought together young scientists from Russia and Germany.
The forum offers a platform for dialogue, networking and interaction, covering a large spectrum of topics reaching from science, research, innovation to science-based advice, with common relevance for Germany, Russia and Europe. The forthcoming third forum takes places in Bonn-Remagen, Cologne and Jülich, in the frame of the strategic cooperation “Germany and Russia – Partnership of Ideas” as a follow-up action of the bilateral Year of Education, Science and Innovation 2011/2012.
Based on the success of past editions, this year’s forum approaches three thematic clusters more closely:
The concept comprises three thematic workshops and three high-profile panel discussions/science talks. They focus on the following main topics: (1) “Progress in Science and Challenges for Future Research”, (2) “Transition, Change, Cooperation” and (3) “Science Embeddedness”. The introductory keynote lecture by Professor Donald B. Dingwell, Secretary-General of the European Research Council, entitled “European Research Council: Making a Difference in Europe?” represents a first programme highlight. The participating researchers were selected following an open call for participation. Their background encompasses a broad subject area, from natural to social, engineering and medical science, sharing a distinctive multiplier potential in their academic environments.
Current issues and challenges concerning science policy and management, internationalisation and internationality, research cooperation and support, scientific excellency, etc. will be debated within distinctive panel discussions. The first panel will deal with “Internationalisation of Research and Higher Education”, followed by a second one at the University of Cologne, with the participation of its rector Professor Axel Freimuth, which focuses on “Instruments and Strategies of Science Policy and Research Support”. Subsequently, a practical programme content followed by a science talk with prominent panellists about “Science Applied: Infrastructures, Innovations, Incubators” will take place at the Forschungszentrum Jülich.
The added value of the participation consists of gaining an insight into the German, Russian and European science systems as well as into the instruments of international cooperation. It offers networking opportunities and mutual knowledge exchange on cross-subject topics.
For detailed information on the programme please visit the forum’s website via the link on the right.
Looking forward to welcome you in Germany!
Wir freuen uns, Sie in Deutschland begrüßen zu dürfen!
Мы рады Вас приветствовать в Германии!
International Relations Department
German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
Phone: +49 (0)345 47 239-839
Fax: +49 (0)345 47 239-839
Participation is free of charge and possible upon invitation only. For further information and the programme please visit the forum´s website.
Website of the Forum