Alumni to Newbees “International Research Collaboration – How to make it work”
TUM-Graduate School and TUM: Junge Akademie present a panel debate with top researchers at Campus Garching.
Science has become a truly global endeavor in which international networks of researchers and universities play an ever greater role.
Whether they work in small international project teams or major multilateral research programs, scientists need to be able to successfully cooperate with their colleagues across borders.
On Thursday, 30 November 2017, TUM Graduate School and TUM Junge Akademie cordially invite their members to an exciting panel debate on the opportunities and potential pitfalls of international research collaborations.
Top researchers will share their personal experiences and tackle some of the essential questions:
- What are the conditions for successful international research projects?
- Why do some collaborations fail?
- What are the major benefits of international collaborations…
- …and is it worth the effort?
Our discussants are leading scientists who have gathered vast international experience throughout their careers:
- Prof. Dr. Harald Brune, TUM Ambassador 2017, Professor of École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Director at the Laboratory for Nanostructures at Surfaces (LNS)
- Prof. Dr. Frank-Martin Belz, Chair of Corporate Sustainability (Brewery and Food Industry) at the TUM School of Management
- Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Chair of Scientific Computing, TUM Graduate Dean and Dean of the TUM Department of Informations
The event will take place in an informal setting on 30.11.2017, 6pm at TUM Graduate School (Boltzmannstr. 17) in Garching. Snacks and drinks will be provided. (Places are limited.)
Please register until this Sunday, 26 November 2017 via e-mail to email@example.com (e-mail subject: “A2N Registration”).