What is a Science Slam?

Science Slam is a popular science show in which scientists talk about their own research in a simple and interesting way. Every speaker has only 10 minutes to present their researches. The audience asks questions and chooses the winner with applause, the volume of which is measured by a sound level meter.
  • Maria Mikhailenko
    PhD student in Interventional and Cognitive Neuromodulation Lab,
    Charité – Berlin University Medicine
    Noisy neighbors:
    is there an argument
    in your brain
  • Elena Podladchikova
    Dr. of Science, Senior Scientist at Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam
    The earthly effects
    of solar storms
  • Ilya Boytsov
    Deep Learning Lead at Wayfair,
    guest lecturer at the University of Oxford, co-founder of the Street Smart AI Meetup
    Mastering the art
    of chatting with AI
  • Victoria Schemenz
    PhD in biophysics, Postdoc at Charité - Berlin University Medicine
    Bone, the terminator
    of the body?
Science Slams are usually held in bars or universities.
This time we invite you to more unusual place —
the Evangelisch-Freikirchliche Gemeinde Berlin-Lichtenberg,
Evangelical Church of Friedrichsfelde

October 18 at 19:00
Event language: English

Address: Heinrichstraße 31, 10317 Berlin
Evangelisch-Freikirchliche Gemeinde Berlin-Lichtenber
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