RTG 2670: Self-Organization of Soft Matter

via Multiple Noncovalent Interactions

Events

Type: Workshop

Title: "How to get up after falling down"

Event Date: 7.7.2022 - 7.7.2022

"How to get up after falling down" What do we do when things go wrong? How do we respond when we fail or when we have bad luck? Did you know that even BEAM failed the first time? What if ... every experience of failure became an opportunity to learn and grow? In this workshop, we discuss the many ways in which things can go wrong and we clarify what failure means to each of us, individually. Then we reflect on how we can respond to failure and use it to get better. In the end, it is all about getting up once more than falling down. This workshop is a bit different, maybe the format is unusual for you, and you decide how much you want to share. For an impression of how I work, you can listen here (in German): https://www2.mathematik.uni-halle.de/waldecker/teaching/Podcast/neu/Scheitern.MP3 “Don't fear failure. — Not failure, but low aim, is the crime. In great attempts it is glorious even to fail.” ― Bruce Lee Coach: Rebecca Waldecker Date: Thursday, July 07, 2022 Time: 8am – 11am Venue: VSP1 5.10 Please register by sending an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Rebecca Waldecker


Event Created on: 18.5.2022

Type: workshop - for women only

Title: "follow me"

Event Date: 1.3.2023 - 1.3.2023

A seminar around strengths & resource efficiency and leadership in science Contents: - Being able to define and name self-efficacy and strength orientation in one's own profile - Develop leadership competence and leadership profile - To work out own patterns of success in the leadership context This seminar will be conducted in English, all materials will be written in English. For registration, please send an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Deborah Ruggieri


Event Created on: 29.4.2022

Type: workshop

Title: "A newcomer's guide to networking"

Event Date: 1.6.2022 - 1.6.2022

 In this short workshop we explore the concept of networking. What does it mean to network successfully? Who do you consider to be a part of your current network? How do you interact with people from your network? How to build a network from scratch? How can I go about networking if I am shy or introvert? Title: A newcomer’s guide to networking Workshop: 3 hours workshop about networking, 15:30 - 18:30, VDP4, room 1.27 You would like to join? - Write an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de to register.

Trainer: Rebecca Waldecker


Event Created on: 28.4.2022

Type: workshop

Title: project management for PhD students

Event Date: 25.8.2022 - 26.8.2022

The participants learn the basics of project management as it is commonly used in business and science - this course therefore represents a general introduction to this topic. At the same time, the fo-cus of the course will be on the particularities that need to be taken into account when planning a doc-torate. The techniques covered will be practiced on the participants’ individual doctoral cases. As a re-sult, they create a plan for their (remaining) doctoral time and learn how to utilize it. Instead of present-ing golden rules, the advantages and disadvantages of different project management procedures will be explained. Participants are encouraged to contribute their own preferences and experiences and to vary the techniques presented. • Content and goal planning as well as breaking it down • Structure and overview planning incl. Gantt diagram and critical path method • Agile techniques incl. Kanban and Scrum • Analysis of environment, stakeholders and risks • Stakeholder management, teamwork and leadership / being led • The magic triangle of quality, time and costs The following components of project management will be covered in the course:

Trainer: Alexander Egeling


Event Created on: 27.1.2022

Type: Workshop for Women 31.01.2022 (online) + 07.03.2022 (tbd)

Title: Women in Science – Talk and Power – Who Gets Heard and Why

Event Date: 31.1.2022 - 7.3.2022

This workshop will give you the opportunity to examine the distinctions between communication styles at work – support-oriented (horizontal) versus status-oriented (vertical); these communication styles can determine success or failure within a largely male-dominated environment. Each style has its strengths and weaknesses; a solid awareness of both is the way to create progress. We will consider examples from your working environment demonstrating those communication strategies and behaviours that can drive a career up or down. You will be introduced to strategies to manage these differences constructively to your advantage and empowerment as well as tactics to avoid the pitfalls so as to be able to manoeuvre round career hurdles. During the workshop, in order to safeguard a more long-lasting efficacy of the insights gained, we will also look at the concept of ‘Success Teams’ – a practical peer-coaching process using individually-articulated questions to support progress towards specific goals. You will receive a short questionnaire three weeks prior so that the workshop can specifically address your core needs, and to clarify technical and operational prerequisites. Day 1 Workshop: • Consolidating awareness of the dichotomy of communication styles in terms of recognition, acknowledgment, and deployment. • Consolidating awareness of power differentials and according strategies: assertiveness and appropriateness, differentiation according to group composition, responses to adversarial challenges. • Introduction and practical application of ‘Success Teams’. Day 2 Workshop: Follow-up day to reinforce, strengthen and discuss practice, assess experience post 1st day workshop, and discuss the progress of the success team projects. If you are interested in participating, please write directly to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Betty Boden


Event Created on: 4.1.2022

Type: Women and Career in Natural Science - equal opportunity

Title: Insights behind the CV

Event Date: 15.10.2021 - 15.10.2021

Seminar series about successful female scientists, who share their experiences as a woman in natural science and tell the story behind their official CV Prof. Rebecca Waldecker October 15, 2021 12:30 - 14:00 VSP 1, 0.04 Feel free to join!

Trainer: Prof. Rebecca Waldecker


Event Created on: 7.10.2021

Type: CMM for BEAM

Title: How we can model and use symmetry

Event Date: 30.3.2022 - 31.3.2022

What are groups and where do they naturally appear? After some motivation and first examples, we look at groups systematically and explore the mathematical language to study them. There will be exercises to work on and we discuss solutions (even if incomplete). One of the goals is to understand the symmetry of regular n-gons and to really get in touch with mathematical reasoning. And of course we want to discuss where symmetry might play a role in your work! 1,5 d-points. Active participation, which means leading the discussion of at least one exercise (presenting a solution at the blackboard or otherwise), gives 2 d-points in total. We still have open spaces for this CMM. If you are interested, please send an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Prof. Rebecca Waldecker


Event Created on: 17.9.2021

Type: CMM for BEAM

Title: Applications of EPR in softmatter: from polymers to proteins

Event Date: 22.2.2022 - 23.2.2022

content: self-assembly, nanoscopic properties, nano-scale distance measurements Date: 22.02.2023 – 23.02.2022 We still have open spaces. Pelase send an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de for registration. Taking theory part only is possible (reduced d-points).

Trainer: Dr. Haleh Hashemi-Haeri/ Prof. Dariush Hinderberger


Event Created on: 17.9.2021

Type: CMM for BEAM

Title: Amphiphilic polymers on the Langmuir trough

Event Date: 26.1.2022 - 28.1.2022

content: Behavior of amphiphilic (macro)molecules on the air/water interface Synthesis of amphiphilic polymers by ATRP Surface pressure versus mean molecular area isotherms, phase transitions Brewster Angle Microscopy, Epifluorescence Microscopy X-ray and neutron reflectivity, granzing incidence wide-angle X-ray scattering Day 1:- Time : 9:00-11.30, lectures on amphiphilic polymers on the Langmuir trough (in German/ English) Venue : Institut für Chemie, Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4, 06120 Halle (Saale), Raum SR 2.02. Lecturer : Prof. Kressler Day 2:- Time : 9:00-16:00, lab course on Langmuir film preparation of different amphiphilic polymers including in-situ studies by BAM and Epifluorescence microscopy Venue : Institut für Chemie, Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4, 06120 Halle (Saale), Raum E.25.0 Lab tutor : Nazmul Hasan Day 3:- Time : 9:00-16:00, lab course on Langmuir Blodgett films and AFM studies on them Venue : Institut für Chemie, Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4, 06120 Halle (Saale), Raum E.25.0 Lab tutor : Nazmul Hasan Language: lectures in German/English, lab course in English We still have open spaces. Please send an email to: imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de for registration

Trainer: Prof. Kreßler


Event Created on: 10.9.2021

Type: CMM for BEAM

Title: GUV: Preparation and confocal microscopy of giant membrane vesicles, FCS: Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy , FCCS: Fluorescence Cross-Correlation Spectroscopy

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

- GUV: Preparation and confocal microscopy of giant membrane vesicles (1 day) - FCS: Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (1 day) - FCCS: Fluorescence Cross-Correlation Spectroscopy (1 day) Prior participation in the FCS - CMM is required for participation in the FCCS - CMM. The workshops take place on Fridays, 8:00 - 16:30, dates by mutual agreement. Registration in Stud.IP required, information provided via Stud.IP (please search for Analytische und Biophysikalische Methoden Master, Wahlpflicht, Praktikum & Übung in wintersemester). It is planned to offer accompanying lectures for the workshops (may be in German) on model membranes, microscopy and FCS in the first two week of the winter semester (Monday, 11 Oct, Friday 15 Oct, Monday 18 Oct, Friday 22 Oct in the mornings). Information via Stud.IP. Participation in the lab safety lecture for the workshop may be required, please contact us. You are interested in the CMM, please send an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Prof. Kirsten Bacia


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: CMM for BEAM

Title: NMR spectroscopy for biomolecular and materials characterization CMM in the GRK 2670 “Beyond Amphiphilicity”

Event Date: 20.12.2021 - 21.12.2021

Day 1: 1. Basics: spins polarization, pulsed NMR, precession, FID signal and sensitivity, relaxation times (KS) 2. Technical details: function of a pulsed NMR spectrometer (GH) 3. Data acquisition and processing: Fourier trans-formation, phases and offsets, sampling issues (GH) 4. Afternoon lab: learn to apply the basics (KS, GH, YG) Literature: J. Keeler, Understanding NMR Spectroscopy, John Wiley & Sons,Chichester 2010 (+ short lecture version 2002/2004) M. H. Levitt, “Spin Dynamics”, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 2008, E. Fukushima, S. B. W. Roeder, “Experimental Pulse NMR”,Westview Press, Boulder 1981 K. Schmidt-Rohr, H. W. Spiess, “Multidimensional Solid-State NMR and Polymers”, Academic Press, San Diego 1994 Day 2: 5. Solid-state NMR: line broadening by anisotropic interactions,dipole-dipole couplings, dynamic averaging effects (KS) 6. (Pulsed) field gradients: imaging and diffusion (GH) 7 Afternoon lab: play with soft matter samples - qualitative molecular mobility by 1H low-field NMR (KS) - learn how to use and calibrate gradients (1H low field, MC) - diffusion measurement in protein solutions (1H high field, AK) Literature: • J. Keeler, Understanding NMR Spectroscopy, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 2005 (+ short lecture version 2002/2004) • M. H. Levitt, “Spin Dynamics”, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 2008 • E. Fukushima, S. B. W. Roeder, “Experimental Pulse NMR”, Westview Press, K. Schmidt-Rohr, H. W. Spiess, “Multidimensional Solid-State NMR and Polymers”, Academic Press, San Diego 1994 Dates: 20.-.21.12.2021 You are interested in the CMM, please send an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Prof. Saalwächter


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: CMM for BEAM

Title: Insides into directed evolution: engineering and assaying of unspecific peroxygenases

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 31.3.2022

Two days Content: Insides into the mutagenesis using techniques like primer design, PCR and Golden Gate Cloning. Possible dates: 9.03.2022 und 15.03.2022 or two dates in March with the same distance/combination Venue: Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry Lecture to CMM dates: in parallel or close to the CMM Dates: tdb You are interested in the CMM, please send an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de Title: Directed evolution to advance biocatalysis for chemical applications Duration: 2 hours Content: Discussing the power of enzymes and their limitations and how the adaption of the natural evolution in the laboratory can help overcoming these initial drawbacks. The students will get a sound understanding of the directed evolution and its developments and will get insights into the successful applications of this technique. Also examples from our laboratory will be presented.

Trainer: Prof. Weissenborn


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: CMM for BEAM

Title: Native mass spectrometry to study protein-ligand interactions

Event Date: 29.3.2022 - 31.3.2022

Day 1: • Lecture (approx. 90 mins): Introduction to mass spectrometry, protein identification, structural MS (basics of native MS) • Wet lab: Sample preparation for native MS, preparing electrospray emitters for native MS, acquisition of native mass spectra (proteins and protein complexes) Day 2: • Lecture (approx. 90 mins): Advanced native MS experiments, data analysis, examples from literature • Wet lab: Acquisition of native mass spectra (protein-ligand complexes), data analysis Duration: 2 days (6-8 hours per day) Participants: 2-4 Dates: 29. March and 31. March 2022 Registration closed.

Trainer: Prof. Carla Schmidt


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Advanced Lecture on Biophysical Methods (Biophysikalische Methoden PC-M-V)

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.22022

topics: special topics e.g. in light microscopy, single molecule biophysics, fluorescence fluctuations spectroscopy and basic topics not covered in the basic lecture, e.g. protein crystallography Lectures are offered to students and PhD students and will be in German or, provided that all participants request and agree, in English. Lectures may need to be cancelled and topics are subject to change. Tuesday 13:00 - 14:30, HW8, 4.05, registration in Stud.IP required, information provided via Stud.IP

Trainer: Prof. Kirsten Bacia


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Basic Lecture on Biophysical Methods (Biophysikalische Methoden Wahlpflicht und BioPC-N I)

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

topics: fundamentals of light microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy, electron microscopy, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, fluorescence anisotropy, static and dynamic light scattering, single molecule methods, methods for protein and DNA analysis, DNA sequencing, model membranes (monolayer and bilayers), mass spectrometry, methods for binding analysis (MST, PSR, BLI, ITC, EMSA, thermal shift, antibody-based methods, stopped flow, BiFC), enzyme kinetics, ultracentrifugation Monday 8:00 - 9:30 a.m., VDP3, E.04, registration in Stud.IP required, information provided via Stud.IP Lectures are offered to students and PhD students and will be in German or, provided that all participants request and agree, in English. Lectures may need to be cancelled and topics are subject to change.

Trainer: Prof. Kirsten Bacia


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Introduction to NMR spectroscopy

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

Introduction to NMR spectroscopy (2SWS VL, 1 SWS Seminar) More information available soon in StudIP.

Trainer: Prof. Saalwächter


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Chemoenzymatische Chemie

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

available in StudIP

Trainer: Prof. Weissenborn


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Introduction to bioanalytical mass spectrometry

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

• Basics of mass spectrometry • Identification of proteins, lipids • Quantitative mass spectrometry • Structural mass spectrometry Dates: tbd If you are interested, send an email to: imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Prof. Carla Schmidt


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Amphiphilic and polyphilic self-assembly

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

- From elemental particles and fundamental forces via atoms and molecules to intermolecular forces - Amphiphilicity and self-assembly, hydrophobic, fluorophobic… etc. effects - Interface curvature and self-assembly of amphiphiles and polymers - Minimal surfaces and networks - Hard and soft sphere packings, Voronoi polyhedra and foams - Effects of molecular shape and conformation on self-assembly - Periodic tiling patterns in 2D and 3D space and quasiperiodic tilings - Geometric frustration and complexity arising in the Self-assembly of polyphilic molecules and polymers - Chiral self-assembly, helicity, and mirror symmetry breaking; homochirality and life dates: tbd If you are intested in the lecture, please send an email to imme.sakwa-waltz@chemie.uni-halle.de

Trainer: Prof. Tschierske


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Quantenchemie

Event Date: 13.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

computerbasierte Lösung der Schrödingergleichung für Moleküle (also Mehrelektronensysteme) Time: WiSe Mi , 13.10.2021 10:30 - 12:00 Die Vorlesung wird aufgrund ihrer überschaubaren Teilnehmerzahl auf jeden Fall in Präsenz abgehalten werden. Das Modul besteht ungefähr hälftig aus der eigentlichen Vorlesung und praktischen Computer-Übungen innerhalb unserer Arbeitsgruppe Registration in StudIP

Trainer: Prof. Daniel Sebastiani


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: Specialized lecture for BEAM

Title: Kolloid- und Grenzflächenchemie weicher Materie

Event Date: 11.10.2021 - 12.2.2022

Amphiphile + Bolaamphiphile + Polyphile Assoziationskolloide Lyotrope Flüssigkristalle Phasengrenzen LANGMUIR-/GIBBS-Monoschichten Symmetrische + asymmetrische Lipidmembranen: Vesikel + Bizellen + Nanodisks Dispersionskolloide WiSe 2021/2022 WANN: Mittwoch, 8:00 – 9:30 Uhr WO: VDP4, SR 2.02

Trainer: PD Dr. Annette Meister


Event Created on: 9.9.2021

Type: workshop for women only 14.06. – 15.06.2022 9:00 – 17:00

Title: Voice and Body

Event Date: 14.6.2022 - 15.6.2022

"Integral to voice and body training is the central idea that physical and vocal dynamics are connected to the speaker’s motivation and to the importance of the information being communicated. The trainer has a professional theatre background, which is a unique benefit for the participants to help identify the verbal challenges of each speaker, giving attention to breath, articulation, intonation, volume, modulation and tempo. The Training is given to improve non-verbal aspects such as gesture, positioning, distance, eye contact and relationship with media. The trainer input will provide the opportunity to gain new insights in effective communication and learn how to present yourself more effectively and to make the best impression and strongest impact. Participants monitor their improvement and implement feedback through active role-play exercises in which they present themselves."

Trainer: Julie Stearns


Event Created on: 7.9.2021

Type: online workshop 9:00 - 16:00

Title: Introduction Python and Insight Data Science with Python

Event Date: 2.5.2022 - 3.5.2022

Python is considered an easy language to learn because it has a clear and concise syntax. The language has an open, community-based development model supported by the non-profit Python Software Foundation. It also has an extensive standard library and numerous packages in the Python Package Index such as Numpy, Pandas, SciPy and Matplotlib. This training is designed for participants of the Graduiertenkolleg who want to get a solid introduction to the Python programming language. In addition, participants will gain insight into data analysis and Data Science with Python. Seminar objectives: - Introduction to efficient working with Python - Familiarity with basic Python programming techniques - Insight into data analysis, preparation and visualisation of data - Python and Data Science (scikit-learn)

Trainer: Peter Steigmann


Event Created on: 7.9.2021

Type: online workshop 13. -14.01.2022 9:00 – 16:00

Title: Statistical literacy and R

Event Date: 13.1.2022 - 14.1.2022

Management of R objects, workspace, Help system, R packages, data types, Working with GUI RStudio, importing and exporting of data, Importing/exporting foreign formats such as SPSS datasets or .*cho, Summary statistics, dealing with missing data, Modify data set structures, Extracting partial data sets (split, submit, which), Working with tables: Row sums, column sums, Frequency tables, Graphical representation of frequency tables, Special table functions, Overview on graphic types, Layout and graphic design, graphics output, Algorithms in Data Science, Data import, processing, modelling and visualization, Overview about the classification of algorithms in Machine Learning The workshop lanuage is English. Registration is closed.

Trainer: Peter Steigmann


Event Created on: 7.9.2021

Type: online Workshop 9:00 - 16:30

Title: Good scientific practice

Event Date: 9.9.2021 - 9.9.2021

Any responsible conduct of research should be based on honesty, accuracy, efficiency, and objectivity. The workshop Good Scientific Practice focuses on these scientific standards of international research. It raises awareness of the subject matter by providing doctoral candidates with a set of professional values and ethical norms as well as required competencies and skills to pursue scientific integrity. The content of the course follows the curriculum “Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice” (Memorandum and Code of Conduct) of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). Aims: The workshop instructs participants on the principles of good scientific practice. Doctoral candidates learn how to comply with the international values and standards of good scientific research and ethical practice.

Trainer: Dr. Anne Hamker


Event Created on: 28.7.2021

Type: Workshop

Title: Culture at work

Event Date: 12.5.2022

As a scientist, we often work in a cross-cultural setting. Our research groups are international, we collaborate around the globe, and most of us will spend part, -or even all- of our career abroad. We can and should feel privileged to work in such a diverse and intercultural work environment. But these cultural and -of course- also individual differences can lead to all manners of misunderstandings. These misunderstandings can lead to a broad variety of undesired consequences, such as failed collaborations, frustrations, feelings of hurt, anxiety and anger, culture shock and missed opportunities for knowledge transfer. Cultural awareness is the first step in sidestepping these undesired consequences. During this course you will improve your cross-cultural understanding, so you can tap into the full potential of your intercultural teams.

Trainer: Susanne Dranaz


Event Created on: 18.6.2021

Type: meeting

Title: social Kick-Off Meeting

Event Date: 8.7.2021

We are going to have a poster presentation from 14:00 - 16:00. venue: tbd

Trainer: all BEAMers


Event Created on: 15.6.2021

Type: Workshop

Title: Mastering Presentation Skills and Techniques

Event Date: 12.4.2022 - 13.4.2022

Goal of this Workshop is the improvement of your presentation skills and techniques in order to make your performance even more convincing. To this end, you will get to know and practice tools and strategies in the following three fields: Story (i.a. a well structured preparation incl. target group analysis); Slides (i.a. a red threat, clear messages, strong pictures ) and Stage (using your body and your voice to underline your content, coping with nervousness).

Trainer: Ulrike Wark


Event Created on: 2.6.2021

Type: Workshop 17.02.2022 AND 24.02.2022

Title: Academic Poster Design

Event Date: 17.2.2022

"Clear at Glance - Successfully Communicate your Research at the Next Virtual or Physical Event Poster sessions are an integral part of almost every scientific conference. Their purpose is to highlight research results, visualize them and stimulate discussion. To draw your audience in, you need a crystal-clear message, a text format optimized for best legibility, well-chosen graphics and above all, a convincing layout for a printed or digital format. Basic rules of graphic design help you to arrange your research visually well-ordered and compelling. The workshop also provides time for practice a pitch poster presentation of your poster - participants come away from the course with a designed or redesigned poster." Dates! 17.02.2022 AND 24.02.2022

Trainer: Birgit Lukowski


Event Created on: 1.6.2021

Type: Workshop

Title: Good Scientific Writing

Event Date: 21.3.2022 - 22.3.2022

ACADEMIC WRITING "Writing is an essential part of the successful researcher’s skillset. However, writing at the standard necessary to publish in peer-reviewed journals can be challenging. This two-day writing workshop is for researchers who wish to improve their academic writing skills in English. This practical workshop will focus on the structure of an English paper and abstract and how to improve the style and readability of an academic text. Participants are encouraged to bring along a sample of their current writing that will be the basis for peer review on the second day of the course. In addition, participants should bring at least two examples of research articles from their field (written by native English speakers if possible)."

Trainer: Anne-Lesley Weiling


Event Created on: 1.6.2021

Type: Workshop

Title: Self- and Time Management

Event Date: 3.11.2021 - 5.11.2021

"Time can not be bought, stored or stopped. Every second that passes is gone forever. In this respect it should be seen as the most valuable of all resources and the only way to maximize its potential is to use it well. What “well” means in this context is a highly individual thing. You will leave the training with many insights on your own patterns and a toolset to increase effectivity and efficiency. You will have a chance to clarify and prioritise your values and goals and plan tasks and projects that align with your goals. You will identify your particular time wasters and adopt strategies for eliminating them from your work pattern. You will find out about your high energy periods and how to focus your attention. As the planning of scientific research projects becomes more and more crucial, one workshop introduces this topic."

Trainer: Sabine Lerch


Event Created on: 1.6.2021