Here you find the links to the calendars of events of the individual Helmholtz Centre:
For information about our events in Germany, please visit the German website.
Agricultural Innovation and Adaptation to Climate Change
Scientific Expert Discussion (Online) ,
Initiated by the Israel Office of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres and the Volcani Center - Agricultural Research Organization (ARO) in Israel and in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Food & Agriculture in Germany and the Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development in Israel, the online discussion will gather researchers, experts and governmental representatives, addressing scientific challenges in Agricultural Innovation and Adaptation to Climate Change as well as exploring unique opportunities to foster bilateral collaboration.
Open Access Publishing for Early Career Researchers
On the occasion of the International Open Access Week, the Helmholtz Open Science Office is holding an online seminar on “Open Access Publishing for Early Career Researchers at Helmholtz” on October 20, 2020, 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The event’s focus will lie particularly on open access publishing for Early Career Researchers at Helmholtz and all those are interested in open access. You can take part in the online seminar free of charge and without registration.
One of the most exciting research expeditions in recent history is currently taking place in the Arctic. In September 2019 the research icebreaker Polarstern set sail. The icebreaker was frozen to an ice floe and is now drifting in the Arctic Ocean for a year. On board, scientists from 20 countries are researching and gathering knowledge about the epicenter of global warming.
HIDA Datathon for Grand Challenges on Climate Change
Berlin, Haus Ungarn, Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9, 10178 Berlin
The Helmholtz Association with its 19 research centers offers unique capabilities to research our climate and find solutions to save it, from looking at regional climate models, to spanning an earth observation network for a birds-eye view on the long-term effects of global change on various environmental systems. Data scientists are welcome to become part of this extensive effort at the HIDA Datathon and get to know the scientists and the important work they do.