During the 2022 summer semester (07.06. to 09.06.2022), the Graduate Center of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities will host the second (digital or hybrid) Week for Junior Academics (WwN) at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. The event is hosted in cooperation with Dr. Julia Diederich, Jessica Fischer, and Rebecca Meier, who represent the Graduate Forum of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and Dr. Vera Uppenkamp as a postdoc representative. It will entail a graduate conference of the Graduate Forum (GFKW), during which PhD candidates and postdocs of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities will give presentations, as well as information offers, networking rounds, workshops, and keynote lectures. Furthermore, researchers can discuss their current projects in the form of pitch presentations. The different events of the second Week for Junior Academics will be framed by presentations and discussions of cultural studies research on the topic of Data, Culture, Society: Understanding and Shaping Complex Transformations.
Prof. Dr. Katharina Rohlfing (Psycholinguistics) will give the opening keynote lecture on Human-AI Teaming on 07.06.22 from 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Further highlights of the Week for Junior Academics 2022 are:
The Market of Opportunities - come and talk to representatives of graduate work. On 07.06.22 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. in person (Room C5.206). Presentations from all booths will also be available in our KOMO course.
Digital panel discussion on mental health in qualification phases: On 08.06.2022 from 4:30-6:00 p.m., Dr. Hendrik Huthoff (leader of the UniWIND work group) will discuss current data on mental health in qualification phases with Dr. Anne-Christin Warskulat and Dr. Maik Goth. He will also give a first insight into the handout for universities the work group developed.
Digital workshop on knowledge communication by Nadine Lux (science ³): On 09.06.22 from 09:30-11:30 a.m. via Zoom. Registration deadline for the workshop is 27.05.2022.