• Events
  • Workshop "Hack the Middle East"

Workshop "Hack the Middle East"

Event

Starts on
11.08.20
Ends on
12.08.20

online

Event access: Internal

Tue, 11 August 2020

2 pm (CET)
Start of the Online-Workshop, Short Introduction

2.15-3.30 pm
Session 1: Introduction to Digital Humanities
(Thomas Koentges, University Leipzig)

Break

3:45-4:45 pm
Session 2: Communication formats
(Anne Luther, Independent Art Advisor and Curator)

Break

5-6:30 pm
Session 3: A look behind the scenes of coding
(Daniel Apken, Humboldt University Berlin)

Break

7 pm
Online Evening Lecture
(Anne Luther) If you are interested in participating in the workshop, please contact us via: borchert@diejungeakademie.de.


Wed, 12 August 2020

2 pm (CET)
Session 4: Digital Humanities with non-European sources
(Maxim Romanov, University Vienna)

3:30 pm
Break

4-6 pm
Session 5: Preparation of the hackathon

more events

    • Fireside Talk with Jan Heerma

      The members of the RG Transfer of Innovation in Academia will meet Jan Heerma during a winter fireside evening. Heerma is a lawyer and founding partner of the prestigious Berlin law firm Vogel Heerma Waitz. His work focuses on IP and technology transfer of all kinds, such as licensing, research and development or joint ventures.

      Topics:

      Starts on
      25.01.23

      Event access: Internal

      online

      20:00 — 21:00

    • Fireside Talk with Dorothée Döpfner

      The members of the research group TROIA will talk with Dorothée Döpfner during a fireside evening. Döpfner has been working on the topics of innovation and innovation transfer for decades and will share her experiences.

      Topics:

      Starts on
      05.04.23

      Event access: Internal

      online

      20:00 — 21:00

    • Discussion Event ”Towards Climate Sustainability‟

      Taking the Academic System from Evidence to Action

      ALLEA, the Swiss Embassy in Berlin and Die Junge Akademie are partnering up to host the event "Towards Climate Sustainability – Taking the Academic System from Evidence to Action." The event will present some of the major findings from ALLEA’s report, and it will also feature representatives from key stakeholder groups within the academic system who will present the programmes and strategies they have developed to embed sustainable practices in their operations and reduce the levels of emissions within their sectors.

      Topics:

      Starts on
      02.11.22
      Ends on
      02.11.22

      Event access: Public

      Swiss Embassy
      Otto-von-Bismarck-Allee 4A
      10557 Berlin

      17:00 — 21:00