Pre-Conference 2015


Pre-Conference to the 14th Dialogue on Science

On October 14, 2015, in advance of the symposium, 14 young scientists met for a one-day workshop. They familiarized themselves with the topic’s fundamentals and brought their perspective into the 14th Dialogue on Science.

The scientists captured the results from this pre-conference on Videos, a Poster and in a presentation.

Group Great Britain: Andrin Flütsch, Lisa Marti, Fluregna Schindler, Clara Vuillemin

Group Switzerland: Pascal Frank, Alice Horner, Mayuri Sivanathan

Video Switzerland

Group Brazil: Marlen Frei, Aurelia Koller, Julian Moritz Renninger, Anna Stünzi

Poster Brazil
Video Brazil

Group India: Jens Jäger, Veronica Schärer, Yvonne Raphaela van der Stroom

Presentation India

Some thoughts and questions the participants of all Groups captured in a further Video.

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