Presenter: Prof. Katarina Landfenster, MPI Mainz
Since 1871, BAM has been ensuring safety in technology and chemistry to build confidence in innovations and new technologies. Through our work we strengthen Germany as a business location and address social challenges such as the energy transition or climate change.
As part of the lecture series “Science with Impact”, BAM has invited thought leaders from the scientific community to discuss BAM’s developments in its focus areas and their impact on society. You are cordially invited to attend the virtual lectures.
Registration via Webex
Contact at BAM: Dr. Ute Resch-Genger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Certified reference materials and suitability testing are key tools in ensuring the correctness of analysis results.
The division Inorganic Reference Materials produces Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) for chemical analyses in the field of iron and steel (EURONORM CRMs) and for analyses of non-ferrous metals (and alloys thereof) along with ceramics and glasses. In doing so, we cooperate closely with national and international partners. We also supply Certified Reference Materials for the chemical analysis of soils, woods and recycled materials.
In the field of inorganic environmental analysis, we conduct regular round robin tests to evaluate the competence of testing laboratories. The division’s employees also operate on national and international standardisation committees (DIN, CEN and ISO) to enable the standardisation of analysis techniques.
Presenter: Dalia Morcillo Garcia-Morato, Division Inorganic Reference Materials
„High-resolution optical isotopic spectrometry as a tool for aging studies of Li-ion batteries”
Dr. Sebastian Recknagel, Head of Division Inorganic Reference Materials
“CRMs – what is new”
Registration fee. These lecture is free and can be attended via WebEx. To participate, use the WebEx link given here.
The transformative events of the past year have shown us that we need equally transformative leadership to help steer us towards a more just and sustainable future. They must inspire, empower, be agile, inclusive and innovative. But how do we cultivate these leadership skills within ourselves and demand it from the leaders around us? The path to becoming a good leader is a long and not always straightforward one. Cathy will share her own experiences learning about and taking on leadership roles in different settings. Together, you will go through practical leadership activities to help you begin your own leadership journey and uncover simple steps to develop and hone your skills.
Cathy Sorbara is a neuroscientist who worked for 10 years as a researcher in academia in Canada and Germany, studying neurodegenerative diseases. Now, she is involved in several non-profits where she works to establish key project management methodologies as well as develop communication material and workshops to create an impact both locally and globally. Cathy is passionate about helping people and businesses be more sustainable and empowering the voices of women and girls to create a more gender just society.
The event is aimed at female PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, max. 30 participants.
Please register by 6 May 2021: email@example.com (Zoom link shared after registration)