5th postponed Summer School 2020 as Winter School "Online" 2021
5th Summer School “Online“ 2021
As already announced last year, we decided to postpone our 2020 Summer School to 2021 and make it an online Winter School owing to the current pandemic. The dates are March 4–5, 2021. The Meeting will open at 8 am and close 8 pm each day (there will be breaks, of course!).
We are happy to announce this year’s Headliner to be Prof. Henrik Zipse from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and Privatdozent Dr. Denis Usvyat from the Humboldt Universität Berlin. Both will give a 45 min lecture about their work related to the core ideas of SPP1807.
What do I have to do before the "Summer" School starts?
- Registration is now closed.
- To prevent problems with your presentations we would kindly ask you to send them at least 1 day before your talk to our new scientific secretary Lars Rummel.
- The Summer School will take place via “Cisco Webex”. In order to ensure a smooth online meeting, we advise you to utilize the stand-alone Webex application. Otherwise you can still join via your web browser.
- A link to our Webex based "Summer" School will be send to each participant via e-mail. You will receive the link 1 days prior to the beginning of the meeting. All you need to do is to follow the link and open it with your browser or a stand-alone Webex application.
What do I have to do during the "Summer" School?
- You can find the schedule for the Summer School here.
- Each session consists of 3 speakers giving a 15 min talk about their current state of work. A chair-person will guide a 5 min discussion after each talk. After each session, a 30 min break will allow you to refresh and get into contact with our speakers. Therefore, the meeting consists of subgroups, which you can join for further discussions. The speakers of the last session are obliged to join a subgroup to be available for further questions.
- We encourage all participants to be active and ask questions. During a talk you can raise your hand digitally. After the presentation, the chair-person will call you by name to ask your question.