Dr. André Lampe, East Westphalian, working-class child, paramedic, physics studies in Bielefeld, poetry slammer, science slammer. PhD 2011-2016 at the FU Berlin in biochemistry on the topic of high-resolution microscopy. Already active as a presenter during his doctoral thesis, on stages and at trade fairs, in front of the camera for YouTube, ZDF and ServusTV – at the latter in the, for adult education awarded, program “TM Wissen” (52 episodes). Very involved in science communication, participating in the Siggener Kreis and part of the editorial team for the German “Guidelines for Good Science PR”, blogging about microscopes for ScienceBlogs.de (scienblogs.de/diekleinendinge/), doing guerrilla science communication about ocean and seas in the project “Plötzlich Wissen!” (ploetzlichwissen.de) and does the podcast “mal ganz grundsätzlich (mgg)” (mgg.andre-lampe.de). In 2018 and 2019, he moderated and designed the Gesundheitsberufetage Berlin together with Berlin Partner. He gives workshops on “giving good talks”, “science communication”, “storytelling”, “microscopy for beginners” and much more. Since July 2020, he streams live on twitch.tv/andereLampe with various formats on science communication, including political science, physics, and microscopy. andre-lampe.de; Twitter: @andereLampe
Una Europa PhD Slam
The first Una Europa PhD Slam: join us and vote for the best!
Eight Una Europa PhD students will present their research in a 7-minute slam, focussing on the broad concept of sustainability.
The public will vote for the three winners, who will win a prize of €1,000 for first place and €500 each for second and third place. An academic support team will issue feedback on demand after the event
The slammers are:
Slam 1: Sara Bottausci “Circular Economy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries, A Case Study from Peru”, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna
Slam 2: Nitika Singh “Do green schools and homes boost academic performance?”, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie
Slam 3: Cornelia Ertl “Growing Together: Human-Plant Encounters“, Freie Universität Berlin
Slam 4: Daniela Arias Molinares “Micromobility meets COVID-19: fairy or scary tale?”, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Slam 5: René Reich “The Circularmeter, KU Leuven
Slam 6: Lydia Serrano Gregorio “Meaningful Food Education. Ethic possibilities of sustainable thinking”, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Slam 7: Fardeen Abdulrahman Dodo “People, Choices and Institutions: Solving the puzzle of entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna
Slam 8: Carolina Buendia Sarmiento “The private turn in women’s empowerment”, Helsingin yliopisto/ Helsingfors universitet
PUBLIC SCIENCE SLAM VIA LIVESTREAM.
This is a digital event. Shortly before the event begins, the stream will be made available on this site. Add the event to your favourites and receive a reminder via email.
The PhD Slam is organized by Freie Universität Berlin with support from the Berlin Science Week within the European university alliance Una Europa. Furthermore, it will take place at the same time of the yearly conference for the University Alliance in Sustainability. More information here.