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Noon Forum

Vorträge Mittagsforum
Presentations Noon Forum
Image Credit: Marcus Reichmann
Vorträge Mittagsforum
Presentations Noon Forum
Image Credit: Marcus Reichmann
Vorträge Mittagsforum
Presentations Noon Forum
Image Credit: Marcus Reichmann
Treffpunkt Mittagsforum
Meeting point Noon Forum
Image Credit: Marcus Reichmann

The Noon Forum is a format that gives new members of FSGS, associated PostDocs and projects as well as guests and assigned professors the opportunity to introduce themselves with their research projects and interests to the school's members.

On Tuesdays from 12 - 2 p.m., soup & sandwiches, cold beverages and coffee are served in the foyer of FSGS (JK 33), spiced with short presentations and inspiring talks.

Winter semester 2016/17

Place: JK 33/121
Time: on Tuesdays 12 – 2 p.m.

Program

25.10.2016

Dr. Kai Wiegandt, PostDoc of FSGS (English Studies), introduces himself and his research interests

01.11.2016
Prof. Dr. Susanne Zepp, PI of FSGS (Romance Studies), introduces her research interests

15.11.2016
The PathoGraphics team (Prof. Dr. Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff, Nina Schmidt, Stef Lenk, Alexandra Hummel), an Einstein project associated with FSGS, introduces itself and its work

22.11.2016
Carla Freise, Philological Library, delivers insights into "Digital offerings of Philological Library", presents different data bases and explains options of the new library portal "Primo" 

29.11.2016
Svetlana Efimova, PostDoc of FSGS (Slavic Studies), introduces herself and her research interests

06.12.2016
St Nicholas' Day celebration

                                                                                                                                                                                    10.01.2017
Prof. Dr. Beatrice Gründler, PI of FSGS (Arabic Studies), introduces herself and her research foci 

31.01.2017
Prof. Dr. Johannes Niehoff-Panagiotidis, PI of FSGS (Byzantine Studies), introduces himself and his current research

07.02.2017
PD Dr. Mona Körte, guest professor of FSGS (General and Comparative Literature), introduces herself and her research foci

Archive Noon forum [German]