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Book a Scientist from the German Maritime Museum

Blog | 10.10.2022

Speed dating with science - the Leibniz Association is once again offering all those who are curious and thirsty for knowledge an exciting opportunity with the Book a Scientist format on November 10, 2021: Book your exclusive, virtual appointment with our Leibniz scientists.

In personal conversations, the researchers will provide insight into their topics and their everyday work, answer individual questions and look forward to exchanging ideas.

As of now, the 25-minute one-on-one meetings with a Leibniz expert can be reserved. How to do it? Simply email veranstaltungen@leibniz-gemeinschaft.de with your name, chosen topic, and desired time slot. You will receive a confirmation email if the time is still available.

You are welcome to send us one or two questions that you are particularly interested in in regards to the chosen topic.The offer is free of charge. The talks will take place virtually.

As always, researchers from the German Maritime Museum (DSM) / Leibniz Institute of Maritime History will be present:

Susanne Kiel: The handling of belongings of Jewish emigrants in Bremen during World War 2.

Dr. Frederic Theis: Maps Knowledge Sea: Sea Charts, Steamships and Early Globalization

Dr. Katrin Kleemann: Exploring the Ocean with Messages in Bottles: Maritime Knowledge Production in the German Empire Using the Example of the German Naval Observatory

Dr. Katharina Bothe: Cruise ships: Social inequality on the world's oceans

A total of 130 topics will be offered in the following areas:

Health, Aging & Nutrition
Literature, Culture & History
Media, Journalism & the Internet
Man, Nature & Ecosystems
Politics, Society & Religion
Language, Education & Open Science
Environment, Mobility & Energy
Space, Galaxies & Astrophysics
Economy, Work & Technology

Overview of all topics and dates

 

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