jour fixe meeting

Jour fixe Programme

The Zukunftskolleg is a place for people from different departments to meet and talk about their research. This enables interdisciplinarity. Fellows are encouraged to step out of line and explore the zone between the disciplines. The Jour fixe is the weekly interdisciplinary session for the Fellows and Senior Fellows. Here they discuss the progress of their work, present results, share and encounter questions from other disciplines and explore the possibilities of interdisciplinary collaboration.

Weekly Jour fixe sessions take place on Tuesday from 13:30 to 15:00. Attendance on invitation only.

Up to date: 04.06.2024; subject to modifications

Nr. Date Room                  Information
1 09.04.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

1. Executive Committee election

2. Anke Waldau (ASD)

Kick-Off-Workshop Coaching Jour fixe presentations

2 16.04.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

Noelia Martinez Doallo (Postdoctoral Fellow / Law)

"No general moral duty to participate in biomedical research"

3 23.04.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

Cristina Ruiz Agudo (Research Fellow / Chemistry)

"Crystallization of alternative cement hydrates"

4 30.04.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

1. Alina Stocklöv (International Office, Erasmus+ Coordinator)

Erasmus programmes

2. Josefine Honke (Research Support)

Research Support

5 07.05.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

Yitzchak Ben-Mocha (ZENiT Research Fellow /Biology & Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour) & Maike Woith (Biology)

"GCoo-BreeD: advancing comparative research on cooperative breeding with a peer-reviewed, updatable and fair Global Cooperative Breeding Database"

6

14.05.2024

Y 326 / hybrid

Guests from the Waseda Institute for Advanced Study (WIA)S, Tokyo:

  • Prof. Dr. Ken-Ichi Akao (Faculty of Social Sciences, Research Area: Environmental Economics):
    “Economics of sustainable development: Theoretical inquiry”
  • Prof. Dr. Chiharu Tokoro (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Research Area: Transport phenomena, Materials, Recycling):
    “Novel Separation Technology for the Circular Economy”
  • Prof. Dr. Satomi Yamamoto (Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Research Area: History of Art/Japanese Literature/Aesthetics):
    “Ruins as The Place of Awakening: From The Buddhist Paintings of Medieval Japan”
7

22.05.2024

Please note
the change of
date to Wednesday !!!!

Y 326 / hybrid

Gruia Badescu (Research Fellow / History and Sociology) / Sabine El Chamaa (filmmaker)

Public performance lecture "Beirut-Sarajevo Intersections"

8

04.06.2024

 

Followed by:
17:00 in the BibCafé

Y 326 / hybrid

 

1. Workshop with Barrett Klein (tbc)

2. Daniela Rößler (Postdoctoral Fellow / Biology & Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour) + Nadja Geiger (Biology)

Vernissage Photo Exhibition "Natural HERstory"

9 11.06.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

CAT group of Ksenia Robbe (University of Groningen)

"Reconstituting Publics through Remembering Transitions: Facilitating Critical Engagement with the 1980-90s on Local and Transnational Scales"

11 18.06.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

James Wilson (Postdoctoral Fellow/History and Sociology) & Michael Köhler (Historian / European Commission)

Public book launch: "Medieval Syria and the Onset of the Crusades "

12 25.06.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

Yeliena Kovalska (Associated Fellow / History and Sociology)

"Social Status Measurement in the Ukrainian Society: How far do we get with a four-dimensional index?"

13 02.07.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

Hari Sridhar (Writer in Residence / independent researcher) & Joyshree Chanam (both Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution & Cognition Research, Austria)

Presentation of “Reflections on Papers Past” website

14 09.07.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

Gisela Kopp (ZENiT Research Fellow / Biology & Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour)

"Using non-human primates to unravel ancient biocultural exchange networks" (working title)

15 16.07.2024 Y 326 / hybrid

1. Assembly of Members:

Election of members for the Executive Committee

2. Tobias Tober (ZENiT Research Fellow / Politics and Public Administration & Cluster "The Politics of Inequality")

"Technological change and the welfare state"

The meetings of the Executive Committee are on Wednesdays from 14:30 until 16:30. The next meetings are:

  • 10 April 2024 (Application deadline: Wednesday, 3 April by 12:00).
  • 15 May 2024 (Application deadline: Wednesday, 8 May by 12:00).
  • 10 July 2024 (Application deadline: Wednesday, 3 July by 12:00).