The Collaborative Research Centre TRR181 "Energy Transfers in Atmosphere and Ocean" and the Cluster of Excellence "Climate, Climatic Change and Society" are honored to welcome scientist Prof. Londa Schiebinger to Hamburg in November 2019, where she will give insights to her research.

Londa Schiebinger is a leading international authority on gender and science. She holds the John L. Hinds Chair of History of Science from Stanford University and is director of the US/EU project "Gendered Innovations in Science, Health and Medicine, Engineering and Environment".

The DFG and EU will be requiring sex and gender analysis in research proposals beginning in 2020 and this workshop can help prepare researchers secure funding. The target group of this workshop are professors, junior professors, (junior) research group and project leaders.

All researchers on these levels from the Universität Hamburg and University of Bremen can apply for the workshop. TRR 181 and CLICCS members who register until October 15 will be given priority. After this date, remaining places will be allocated in the order of registration.

General registration is open until November 18.

In the evening of November 21, Prof. Schiebinger will hold a open evening lecture on the main campus (6.30 pm, Anna-Siemsen lecture hall, Von-Melle-Park 8). Afterwards, all workshop participants are invited to a dinner with Prof. Schiebinger. We will choose a restaurant close to the main campus.

Organized by

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Funded by

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