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  • Tipp Öffentliche Veranstaltung
    Berlin spart Energie - Aktionswoche 10. bis 14. Oktober

    Gemeinsam durch den Winter – so das Motto der Aktionswoche „Berlin spart Energie“ 2022, die vom 10. bis 14. Oktober stattfindet. Rund 40 Institutionen zeigen im Rahmen der Aktionswoche auf, was Berlin in Sachen Energiewende schon leistet und wo noch Potentiale stecken.

    Angesichts der aktuell angespannten energiepolitischen Situation legt die Aktionswoche in diesem Jahr besonderes Augenmerk auf Beratungsevents im Bereich der Energieeinsparung und Landesförderung, damit die Berliner*innen gut vorbereitet durch diesen und folgende Winter kommen.

    Darüber hinaus bietet die Aktionswoche 2022 exklusive Einblicke hinter die Kulissen spannender Energiewende- und Klimaschutzprojekte.

    Seit 2012 bringt die Landeskampagne „Berlin spart Energie“ einmal jährlich im Herbst die Stakeholder der Energiewende in der Hauptstadt zusammen. Institutionen und Privatpersonen haben dann im Rahmen der Aktionswoche die Möglichkeit, ihre eigenen Vorbildprojekte öffentlichkeitswirksam zu präsentieren und mit Fachleuten zu diskutieren.

  • Online und Präsenz  
    Umweltforum Berlin
    Tipp Konferenz
    Jahrestagung des ForschungsVerbunds Erneuerbare Energien (FVEE)

    Forschung für die Wärmewende – klimaneutral, effizient und flexibel

    Die FVEE-Jahrestagung gibt einen Überblick über den aktuellen Forschungsstand für die Wärmewende. Die Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler diskutieren die Treiber und Hemmnisse der Transformation im Wärmesektor und präsentieren neue Denkansätze und Technologien, mit denen die Wärmewende technisch, wirtschaftlich und politisch erfolgreich umgesetzt werden kann.

    Das Tagungsprogramm enthält zahlreiche innovative Projekte, die den Wärmebedarf von Gebäuden und Industrie aus erneuerbarem Strom, Geothermie und Biomasse versorgen. Weitere Vorträge berichten über den aktuellen Forschungsstand bei thermischen Speichern, Niedertemperaturnetzen und intelligenten Regelungsansätzen.

    Darüber hinaus gibt es Beiträge zur gesellschaftlichen Akzeptanz des notwendigen Wandels, zur Digitalisierung des Wärmesektors und zu den Anforderungen an das Bau- und Genehmigungsrecht.

    Wissenschaftliche Leitung: Prof. Frank Baur  (IZES) und Prof. Dr. Michael Nelles (DBFZ)

    FVEE-Mitglieder bekommen Rabatt auf den Teilnahmebeitrag (80€ statt 120€).

  • Online
    HZB Date Workshop / Seminar
    HZB Machine Learning Hackathon 2022

    We are happy to announce the third HZB Machine Learning Hackathon 2022, which will be held from October 17-21 with a preparation day on 14th of October.

    We want to bring together master and PhD students with a data science background and early career scientists (PhD to early Postdoc) from internationally renowned research institutions who apply machine learning to solve pressing challenges in the natural sciences.

    Deadline for applications is September 25, 2022 (midnight, GMT+2).

     

  • Online
    event with partners Workshop / Seminar
    Intro to SciFlow and new collaboration features - How researchers from Helmholtz can collaborate on a publication with any researcher worldwide

    This webinar will provide practical suggestions and tips on creating a publication in SciFlow. It is intended for researchers who produce publications alone or in a team.

    Writing collaboratively on the same version of an article, sharing references, and reviewing options are essential features of SciFlow to allow co-authors to write a paper together.

    New features in SciFlow include more than 2.000 journal templates, change tracking, suggestion mode, and more.

    What you can expect in this webinar:

    A first impression of SciFlow

    Choosing an appropriate template

    Structuring the document, inserting images, tables, and formulas

    Citing & managing references in SciFlow alone or as a team

    Inviting co-authors from within or outside your institution

    Collaborative writing using change tracking, suggestions, and commenting

    Support from the SciFlow team

  • Online
    event with partners Workshop / Seminar
    Intro to SciFlow and new collaboration features - How researchers from Helmholtz can collaborate on a publication with any researcher worldwide

    This webinar will provide practical suggestions and tips on creating a publication in SciFlow. It is intended for researchers who produce publications alone or in a team.

    Writing collaboratively on the same version of an article, sharing references, and reviewing options are essential features of SciFlow to allow co-authors to write a paper together.

    New features in SciFlow include more than 2.000 journal templates, change tracking, suggestion mode, and more.

    What you can expect in this webinar:

    A first impression of SciFlowChoosing an appropriate templateStructuring the document, inserting images, tables, and formulasCiting & managing references in SciFlow alone or as a teamInviting co-authors from within or outside your institutionCollaborative writing using change tracking, suggestions, and commentingSupport from the SciFlow team

  • event with partners Scientific school
    Quanstol winter school on Analytics for Photovoltaics and (Photo)electrochemistry

    K.Lips, F.Toma, T. Unold, T. Kircharzt, M. Favaro, D. Vanmaekelbergh, S. Schorr, K. Höflich

    Registration for the first Quantsol WINTER school is now open! The “International Quanstol WINTER school on Analytics for Photovoltaics and (Photo)electrochemistry” will be held in January 2023 in Hirschegg, Kleinwalsertal, Austria. The school is organised by the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin. Applications can be submitted through the school’s homepage until October, 31st 2022. “The Quantsol WINTER school offers a very comprehensive introduction to the field of photovoltaics and photocatalysis and is a great learning experience and a “must attend” for PhD students and postdocs in their early career.” says Prof. Dr. Klaus Lips from Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin. Invited speakers, all internationally recognised scientists from leading world institutions, will give lectures covering topics on the fundamental principles of the conversion of solar energy into chemical and electrical energy as well as the physical and technical challenges of their technological implementation. Another focus lies on solar-specific material science and their characterisation. In addition, the school will give hands-on training on how to build your own solar cell as well as an introduction to solar cell simulation. If you are interested to participate in the Quantsol WINTER School 2023, you can find much more detailed information on our homepage . The deadline for application is October 31st, 2022. Here you get directly to the application form: https://www.helmholtz-berlin.de/events/quantsol-winterschool/applications/form_en.html. If you will not be able to attend this years’ Quantsol summer school – no worries - the next school is already scheduled for January 7 to 14, 2024.

  • 8th European Crystallography School 2023

    The focus of the 2023 School will be laid upon the various applications of X-ray crystallography of powders, small molecules and proteins, covering from the fundaments of Diffraction to the latest developments in the fields.