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The first Transform4Europe Science Slam

10.07.2023 - 15:54 update 11.07.2023 - 12:27
Editors: MK

October 4, 2023 | Saarland University | T4EU Strategic Assembly in Saarbrücken, Germany

Form: Science Slam
Place: Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany
Time: October 4, 2023
Who: (Advanced) Students, PhD-Students, Researchers or Professors
Vacancies: 6 slammers
Contact: transform4europe@uni-saarland.de
Deadline: July 31, 2023


Transform4Europe is looking for slammers from the T4EU Alliance.
All subjects are welcome from the sciences to the humanities.

A Science Slam is a unique format of scientific communication where researchers present their work in an entertaining and understandable way to a non-expert audience. Each slammer has 10 minutes to showcase their own research, using any props and visual aids they like. The goal of a Science Slam is to make science accessible and engaging to a broader audience, to foster dialogue between scientists and society, and to showcase the diversity of research topics
and methods across all fields of study.

The Science Slam will take place on 4th day of October, 2023 during T4EU Strategic Assemlby in Saarbrücken, Germany.

(Advanced) Students, PhD-Students, Researchers or Professors – meaning all members of
the academic community of the university – can apply!

If you are interested in slamming in Saarbrücken as a part of Transform4Europe, please let us know. Please give us your name, your university, what degree you are studying toward (or if you are a professor, what degree you have), your field of study/ research, and a short working title for your slam.

Interested slammers should contact (in English language) transform4europe@uni-saarland.de and put the respective local project manager in copy, so that the travel can be arranged jointly with the other university members coming to Saarbrücken.

The deadline for applications is 31st day of July, 2023.

The slam should be presented in English.

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