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CL ECS-event

Public information:
The representatives of the Early-Career Scientist (ECS) and outreach team of the Climate division welcome all ECS during this networking event. The event is based on Gathertown Game and the objective is to create an opportunity for new young scientists to meet leading scientists in climate, enhance their network and have some feedback about career life in climate science....

This networking event will be organized via the online platform gather.town (https://gather.town/i/wwsPoATP). It is a video-calling space that lets multiple people hold separate conversations in parallel, walking in and out of those conversations (just as in real life) with your own “avatar”. You do not need any prior experience with gather.town (but for those eager: it always helps to check out online resources and tips & tricks). The best tip we found: You can make your Avatar dance by pressing “Z” on your keyboard (use a Google Chrome or Firefox browser).

Join us and have fun.
Convener: Carole NehmeECSECS | Co-convener: Janina J. (Bösken) NettECSECS
Thu, 22 Apr, 18:00–19:00 (CEST)
Public information:
The representatives of the Early-Career Scientist (ECS) and outreach team of the Climate division welcome all ECS during this networking event. The event is based on Gathertown Game and the objective is to create an opportunity for new young scientists to meet leading scientists in climate, enhance their network and have some feedback about career life in climate science....

This networking event will be organized via the online platform gather.town (https://gather.town/i/wwsPoATP). It is a video-calling space that lets multiple people hold separate conversations in parallel, walking in and out of those conversations (just as in real life) with your own “avatar”. You do not need any prior experience with gather.town (but for those eager: it always helps to check out online resources and tips & tricks). The best tip we found: You can make your Avatar dance by pressing “Z” on your keyboard (use a Google Chrome or Firefox browser).

Join us and have fun.

Speakers

  • Janina J. (Bösken) Nett, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  • Nazimul Islam, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Martin Wegmann, University of Bern, Switzerland
  • Ichiko Sugiyama, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
  • Bramha Dutt Vishwakarma, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Thomas Chen, United States of America
  • Gabriele Messori, Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Carole Nehme, University of Rouen Normandy, France