The platform MAP incorporates societies and scientifique bodies dedicated to the areas of mathematics, astronomy and physics. It supports the organisations’ activities and coordinates and promotes research and education in the field of mathematics, astronomy and physics.

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MAP Young Faculty Meeting 2022

Time

09:15 - 17:00

Venue

Bubenbergsaal 1
Berner Generationenhaus
Bahnhofplatz 2
3011 Bern

The Young Faculty Meeting 2022 will take place on 6 September 2022 at the Berner Generationenhaus next to the main station of Berne.

An important part of the MAP YFM is the exchange with colleagues.
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You can register via until 23 August. Please indicate your first and last name and the institution where you work.

The prerequisite for participation is a leading position at a Swiss university and that your PhD degree was completed no more than ten years ago.

Programme

9:15 - Registration and Coffee
9:35 - Welcome and round of introduction
9:50 - Science Talk Mathematics
10:15 - Science Talk Astronomy
10:40 - Coffee Break
11:10 - Science Talk Physics
11:35 - Lunch on-site in restaurant "toi et moi"
13:15 - Workshop "Leadership" Part 1 (1.5 h)
14:45 - Coffee Break
15:15 - Workshop "Leadership" Part 2 (1.5 h)
16:45 - Closing Remarks

Young Faculty Science Talks

We are looking forward to a science talk on each of the fields of MAP - mathematics, astronomy, and physics.

  • Mathematics: Alba Grassi (University of Geneva): The Mathematics and Physics of String Dualities
  • Astronomy: Aurel Schneider (University of Zurich): What the heck is dark matter? Insights from astrophysics and cosmology
  • Physics: Ileana-Cristina Benea-Chelmus (EPFL): Sub-cycle metrology of terahertz electromagnetic waves

Workshop "Leadership"

Topic: Conflicts in various hierarchical situations

Katrin Küchler from the Leadership and Development Department at the University of Basel explains constructive approaches to conflicts in your everyday work as a researcher. In particular, she addresses different hierarchical situations - conflict with superiors, peers and group members.

The skills acquired are practised and improved in role plays.

Organising Committee

Emeline Bolmont (Astronomy, University of Geneva)
Patrick Potts (Physics, University of Basel)
Julien Carron (Theoretical Physics, University of Geneva)
Julian Sonner (MAP Presidium, University of Geneva)

  • An important part of the MAP YFM is the exchange with colleagues.
  • Kathrin Küchler discusses what works well and what are the challenges in leadership as a scientist.
  • Work in small groups on the topic of conflicts at different hierarchical levels
  • Participants practise dealing with conflicts in role plays
  • An important part of the MAP YFM is the exchange with colleagues.Image: SCNAT1/4
  • Kathrin Küchler discusses what works well and what are the challenges in leadership as a scientist.Image: SCNAT2/4
  • Work in small groups on the topic of conflicts at different hierarchical levelsImage: SCNAT3/4
  • Participants practise dealing with conflicts in role playsImage: SCNAT4/4

Categories

Contacts

  • Anina Steinlin
    SCNAT
    Platform Mathematics, Astronomy and Physics (Platform MAP)
    House of Academies
    PO Box
    3001 Bern
    Switzerland

  • Dr Marc Türler
    SCNAT
    Platform Mathematics, Astronomy and Physics (Platform MAP)
    House of Academies
    PO Box
    3001 Bern
    Switzerland


Participation in the event is free of charge. Venue, lunch and coffee breaks are funded by the Platform MAP. Only the travel to Berne is at your own expenses.
Languages: English