Programme

A varied programme awaits visitors young and old. Experience Forschungszentrum Jülich with all its facets and research areas.

Programme

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LAKESIDE STAGE PROGRAMME

The programme of activities will be hosted by Esther Brandt and Johannes Döbbelt

10:00 Aixotic Sambistas
Hot rhythms played by samba music group

10:15 Introduction to Open Day
Open Day on campus

10:30 Aixotic Sambistas
Hot rhythms played by samba music group

10:45 ShowLabor
Marvel, laugh, and understand with Felix Homann

11:15 Paradise At Midnight
Captivating beats provided by the music students of Folkwang UdK

12:00 Experimentation means change
WDR 5 experiments – with Sascha Ott

12:30 Welcome address
by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Marquardt
Chair of the Board of Directors of Forschungszentrum Jülich

13:00 ShowLabor
Marvel, laugh, understand with Felix Homann

13:30 Experimentation means change
WDR 5 experiments – with Sascha Ott

14:00 Paradise At Midnight
Captivating beats provided by the music students of Folkwang UdK

14:30 Upcycling for the transformation
Creating a custom built greenhouse

14:45 ShowLabor
Marvel, laugh, understand with Felix Homann

15:15 Aixotic Sambistas
Hot rhythms played by samba music group

15:30 Experimentation means change
WDR 5 experiments – with Sascha Ott

16:15 Paradise At Midnight
Captivating beats provided by the music students of Folkwang UdK

17:00 End of stage programme

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ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE

04.6 How greenhouse gases are distributed across the world
Weather balloon launch times: 11:00 | 13:00 | 14:00 | 15:30
Flight data will be transmitted in real time to the tent in building 05.6
Stratosphere (IEK-7)

04.8 Analytics: tracing processes in the world of tomorrow
(ZEA-3)

05.6 How greenhouse gases are distributed across the world
Stratosphere (IEK-7)
Climate Change: Information
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Through our research at IEK, we are attempting to gain a better understanding of important processes concerning climate change.  However, many facts about climate change are already well-established
At IEK-7’s climate change information stand, we will particularly focus on the following aspects:
* What are the indisputable facts about climate change?
* What can be found in the latest IPCC assessment report?
* Science and climate change denial: facts to counter spurious arguments* What can we do to tackle climate change?

05.6 Research up in the air: will we still be able to breathe freely in future?
Troposphere (IEK-8)

06.12 How plants are changing
Plant Sciences (IBG-2)

16.6 No future without soil
Agrosphere (IBG-3)

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ENERGY

01.3 Innovative materials for the energy transition
Materials Synthesis and Processing (IEK-1)

02.16 Harnessing solar energy – not just on the roof!
Photovoltaics (IEK-5)

03.1 Hydrogen – discovering a carbon-neutral future
Sustainable Hydrogen Economy (INW)

03.1 Cutting-edge technology for a changing society
Engineering and Technology (ZEA-1)

03.2 Experience the transformation of the energy system
Techno-Economic Systems Analysis (IEK-3)

03.2 Systems solutions for a sustainable energy supply
Electrochemical Process Engineering (IEK-14)

04.7 Electric! insights into the batteries of the future
Ionics in Energy Storage (IEK-12/HI MS)

04.7 Energy systems in transition: Society and technology
Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation (IEK-STE)

04.11 Our campus as a living laboratory for future energy systems
Living Lab Energy Campus (LLEC)

09.8 The engine room of structural change and the energy transition
Fundamental Electrochemistry (IEK-9)

10.1 Energy of the future: fusion – the power source of the stars
Plasma Physics (IEK-4)

14.6 Theory and simulation for the energy of the future
Theory and Computation of Energy Materials (IEK-13)

16.15 Design and operation of smart energy systems
Energy Systems Engineering (IEK-10)

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

02.5 The world of chips – a science for you
Electronic Systems (ZEA-2)

03.6 Building computers with molecules
Quantum Nanoscience (PGI-3)

04.6 Computer: are you just calculating or are you learning?
Electronic Materials (PGI-7)

04.7 Crowds in action – the dynamics of fires
Civil Safety Research (IAS-7)

04.8 Quantum laboratory materials: exoticness in everyday work
Quantum Theory of Materials (PGI-1/IAS-1)

04.8 Quantum computers – a glimpse into the future
Quantum Computing Analytics (PGI-12)
Functional Quantum Systems (PGI-13)

04.8 JuSPARC: high-performance lasers for information research
Electronic Properties (PGI-6)

16.4 Supercomputing in transition: AI, quantum computers, exascale
Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC)

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LIFE SCIENCES

04.6 (Bio)macromolecular systems and processes in everyday life
Biomacromolecular Systems and Processes (IBI-4)

04.7 Do the brain and hormones influence our social behaviour?
Presentation at 15:00 (room 338)
Brain Structure–Function Relationships (INM-10)

04.7 Bioelectronics: nerve cells communicate with chips
Bioelectronics (IBI-3)

04.8 Self-organization in biology and physics
Theoretical Physics of Living Matter (IBI-5/IAS-2)

05.2 Extremely cool: microscopes for molecular machines
Ernst Ruska-Centre – Structural Biology (ER-C-3)

05.11 Molecular bioinformatics: from gene to material
Bioinformatics (IBG-4)

15.2 Can we decode the blueprint of the brain?
Structural and Functional Organization of the Brain (INM-1)

15.2 The brain in action!
Cognitive Neuroscience (INM-3)

Tent behind 15.3 Hot on the trail of the life sciences
External Funding Management (D)/BIO.NRW

15.2 Cutting-edge brain imaging
Medical Imaging Physics (INM-4)

15.2 What your brain reveals about you
Brain and Behaviour (INM-7)

15.4 Modern cell factories: from gene to product
Biotechnology (IBG-1)

15.8 Biotechnology – omnipresent and useful
Molecular Enzyme Technology (IMET)

15.9 Glimpse into the brain – how and why?
Molecular Organization of the Brain (INM-2)

15.13 Bio-organics: chemistry and biology hand in hand
Bioorganic chemistry (IBOC)

15.19 Radioactive spies in the brain
Nuclear Chemistry (INM-5)

16.11 Investigating SARS-CoV-2 and Alzheimer’s etc. with 28 tesla
Structural Biochemistry (IBI-7)

16.15 Computer simulations: the future of biomedicine?
Computational Biomedicine (INM-9/IAS-5)

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MATTER

04.8 Neutrons and more – making the invisible visible
Neutron Scattering and Soft Matter (JCNS-1) / Neutron Scattering and Biological Matter (IBI-8)

04.8 New pathways into the quantum world
Quantum Materials and Collective Phenomena (JCNS-2/PGI-4)

05.2 Tiny structures create huge changes
Ernst Ruska-Centre: Physics of Nanoscale Systems (ER-C-1) / Materials Science and Technology (ER-C-2)

07.1 The mystery of our existence – questions of particle physics
Nuclear Physics (IKP)

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SUPPORTING TALENT – LAUNCHING CAREERS

04.7 People @Forschungszentrum Jülich
Equal Opportunities Bureau (BfC)

04.7 Careers at FZJ – help us to shape change!
Human Resource Development and Recruiting (P-E)

04.11 Experience science – help shape the future
JuLab Schools Laboratory (SL)

04.11 Start your training or dual study programme with us!
Vocational Training Centre (P-Z)

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CAMPUS

03.9 Forschungszentrum Jülich’s energy supply in transition
Planning and Building Services (B)
Building and Engineering Services (T)

03.21 Science builds bridges
National and International Relations (UE-B)

03.21 Sustainability at Forschungszentrum Jülich
Innovation and Strategy (UE-I)

03.21 Strategies for diversity & inclusion
Support for Young Researchers (UE-N)

04.1 A good meal before the research tour
Seecasino (M-SV)

04.3 Making room for the future
Jülicher Entsorgungsgesellschaft für Nuklearanlagen mbH (JEN)

04.3 Radiation, humans, and environment
Safety and Radiation Protection (S)

04.7 Jülich’s guard dog unit in action 10:30/12:00/13:30/15:30
Site Security (S-O)

04.7 Physics and music – From a garden hose to a trombone
Presentation at 11:00 and 14:00 (room 338)
Experimental Hadron Dynamics (IKP-2)

04.7 Research café – Put your questions to scientists
From 11:00 to 14:40

Corporate Development (UE)

04.7 Publications – the currency of science
Central Library (ZB)

04.7 Experience research for a changing society
Dialogue/interaction in the Central Library (ZB)

04.7 Getting young and old moving
The “Kleine Füchse” daycare centre

12.11 A close look at the work of the Works Fire Brigade
Works Fire Brigade (S-F)

15.3 Adventure course: how money is invested in research
Project Management Jülich (PtJ)

15.3 Inclusion 2.0/understanding inclusion
Representatives for persons with disabilities (SBV)

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04.7 Photo booth
For snapshots of the day

04.7  What I wish for the region...
Formulating wishes on PET bottles and using them to build a greenhouse

(In building 04.7 and in the greenhouse on the lawn in front of the building)

16.15 Fun and games for children
Sports Association (BSG)

Last Modified: 08.08.2022