Networking Breakfast

Saturday (May 13), 9.00 am
Venue: Henry Ford Building

The networking breakfast is open to all conference participants. During the breakfast there will be several tables for different topics and experts will be present for discussions and advice in an informal setting. Furthermore we will give you suggestions on networking and the option to define personal networking goals for the conference and beyond.

The following experts have already confirmed their participation:

Veronica Allen

PhD student, Kapteyn Astronomical Institute at the University of Groningen, Netherlands
Topics: PhD/Master with children

Dr. Franziska Biegler

Computer Scientist, Patent Engineer, Mother of 3
Topics: Research-related careers in industry

Julia Bossmann

Team Leader, Vice-President of Foresight Institute, Palo Alto, USA
Topics: Startups, Effective Altruism, Artificial Intelligence, Silicon Valley

Guilia Caglio & Martin Schmidt

Spokespersons of the N2 network
Topics: N2: PhD student network of the Max Planck Society and the Helmholtz- and Leibniz Associations

Prof. Dr. Sabine Hunke

Managing Director SFB/Transregio 109, TU Berlin Institute of Mathematics
Topics: Career Options in Science Management and Science Policy

Prof. Dr. Enkelejda Kasneci

Junior Professor of Computer Science at the University of Tübingen, Germany
Topics: On the way to a professorship

Sylvia Kegel

Engineer and Entrepreneur, Board member of dib e.V. (German association of women engineers) and Chair of the executive board of the regional network Europe of the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists
Topics: What’s more efficient: informal networks or registered associations?

Prof. Dr. Janina Kneipp

Spokesperson of SALSA, Professor of Physical Chemistry, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Topics: Professorship, Leadership in Science

Prof. Dr. Noemi Kurt

Juniorprofessor of mathematical stochastics with applications to biology and statistical physics, TU Berlin
Topics: Juniorprofessorship, Dual Career

Prof. Dr. Paola Luciani

Professor for Phospholipids in Drug Development, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Topics: Working as a scientist in different countries

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Dr.-Ing. Bärbel Thielicke

Equal Opportunity Commissioner of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Material Scientist, former Group Leader “Composite Materials”, Fraunhofer-Institute for Mechanics of Materials
Topics: Scientific career options in applied Research, compatibility of science and private life

Helga Tiez & Michael Kage

Women’s representative & head of the staff council at the Senate, Department for Finances, Berlin
Topics: Developments in the field of equal opportunities in the administration departments of Berlin — current stage, achievements, deficiencies

Prof. Dr. Justyna Wolinska

Group Leader at the IGB & Professor for Aquatic Evolutionary Ecology at the Free University of Berlin
Topics:How to combine Science and Family