Charlotte Frey is one of the co-founders of CLIMB - clever lernen, immer motiviert bleiben, a nonprofit which organizes "learning vacations" for schoolchildren. The company supports both children and adults during their education and in creating a brave society. At TEDxRuhrUniversityBochum Charlotte is going to talk about how schools can be spaces for social changes and why teachers are so important.
Our next speaker is a member of Ruhr-University! Dr. Simon Ebbinghaus is a Junior Professor of Physical Chemistry and researches protein folding and aggregation events that are associated with neurodegenerative diseases like Huntington's, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's disease. At TEDxRuhrUniversity he is going to tell us about results from test tube experiments and about research on protein folding in cells.
She voluntarily works at Heimatsucher e.V. and will speak about the importance to preserve memories of the holocaust. The award-winning project "Zweitzeugen" ensures this by sharing the memories with future generations to build a better future.
That's their great way of building a better world!
Empowerment through body language – that's what Laura Klimecki is going to talk about. The communication consultant is going to tell us how body language directly affects others in our daily lives, focusing on the business world and how especially women can use their body language in order to improve their standing.
Improving our body language might help us to building a better world!
We are going to have another member of Ruhr-University at our event: Clara Saraceno is a Professor in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. At TEDxRuhrUniversityBochum, she is going to tell us why the development of ultrafast lasers is so important and how it brings science and humanity forward. Learn more about the research project on www.puls.rub.de/home
Building a Better World through research!