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Graduate Symposium 2020 Invited Speaker
15.05.2020

Pro­gram­me and Profile of Speakers of Graduate Symposium 2020

The following speakers have already accepted our invitation.

Please note: Regarding of the surrounding Covid-19 (coronavirus) we need to cancel the upcoming
Graduate Symposium for 15.May 2020 in Bremen
. We yet have to decide when the next Career­Paths event will happen.

Speaker Business Company / Institution
Caroline Coch NGO World Wildlife Fund (WWF), UK
Bevis Fedder Public Administration Senator for the Environment, Conctruction and Traffic of the City of Bremen
Ralf Hoffmann Finance, Project Management German Credit Bank (DKB)
Natalie Höppner Science Communication European Science Communication Institute (ESCI) GmbH, Oldenburg
Angelina Kraft Academic Services Technical Information Library, University of Hanover
Anicka Mackensen NGO German Corporation for International Cooperation GmbH (GIZ), Bonn
Hanna Manssen Science Communication Thieme Medical Publishers, Stuttgart
Julian Mönnich Public Administration German Environment Agency (UBA), Dessau-Rosslau
Stefan Schimpf Environmental remediation, building restoration Wartig Nord Analytik GmbH, Hamburg
Frank Schreiber Governmental Organisation Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin
Patricia Slabon Governmental Organisation Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany, Hamburg
Mischa Ungermann Data Science PlanBlue, Bremen
Helga van der Jagt Ecological Consulting Bureau Waardenburg (BV), Wageningen, NL
Thorben Wulff Engineering, mass spectronomy Ionplus AG, Switzerland

 

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This year we are waiving the participation fee. There are only limited places available per graduate school or doctoral program. Please let us know early enough if you are unable to attend the Graduate Symposium so that other doctoral students have a chance.
The Graduate Symposium is funded by the Nordwest-Verbund Meeresforschung, the Graduate Schools and doctoral Programs.


Registration

Registration will open on 2 March 2020.

Email to Dr. Ferdinand Esser: fe6ingrdinand.es7p6se2n+r@uol.de

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