Upcoming events

At the end of the week we want to advise and remind you of upcoming open access events in Berlin.
On http://www.mpg.de/openaccess2013 you can find further information about the upcoming exhibition and events.

EXHIBITION
25th October 2013 – 23rd November 2013
Wissen für alle: Open Access!
see prior post http://library.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/?p=2441

 

EVENTS
25th October 2013  –  11a.m.
Science is open: an introduction to open access
Open access webinar for Ph.D. Students
Information and registration: http://oa.helmholtz.de/index.php?id=341
see prior post http://library.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/?p=2411

4th November 2013  –  7p.m.
Kulturgut im Zeitalter der digitalen Reproduzierbarkeit. Was bringt Open Access Museen und Sammlungen?

18th November 2013  –  7p.m.
Who’s afraid of red tape? Open Access for a next generation science library
see prior post http://library.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/?p=2441

18th November 2013
Berlin 11 Satellite Conference
Information and registration: http://www.righttoresearch.org/blog/berlin11.shtml
see prior post http://library.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/?p=2358

19th – 20th November 2013
10th anniversary of the Berlin Declaration
Berlin Open Access Conference (http://www.berlin11.org/)

Young Scientists meet with Nobel Laureates in Lindau

Nearly 600 young scientists from around the world have gotten the unique chance to participate in the 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, taking place from 30 June – 5 July 2013. They are meeting 35 Nobel Laureates in lectures, discussion sessions and master classes. The scientific programme, dedicated to the Nobel Prize discipline of chemistry, include questions like “How does surface science contribute so solve global energy and environmental issues?”.

Find further information on the 2013 Lindau Meeting including videos and mini lectures at the Mediatheque:

Read blog posts and comments at the interactive forum of the Lindau Meetings.

Die Quantentheorie der Elementarteilchen

In Lindau am Bodensee kommen seit 1951 zu einer Tagung jährlich Nobelpreisträger und Nachwuchswissenschaftler aus aller Welt zusammen, um Ideen auszutauschen und Kontakte zu knüpfen. Das umfangreiche Material der Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings an Audiomitschnitten, Videos und Fotos wird nun kontinuierlich zugänglich gemacht.
In der Mediatheque findet sich unter anderem dieser Vortrag von Werner Heisenberg: Fortschritte und Schwierigkeiten in der Quantentheorie der Elementarteilchen (Lindau, 2. Juli 1953)