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7th Conference for Student Research (StuFo 2022)

October 4 - 5, 2022 in Berlin - We want to talk (again)!

StuFo 2022

StuFo 2022
Image Credit: Berlin University Alliance

The 7th Conference for Student Research is organized within the framework of the Berlin University Alliance, the excellence alliance of Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin and Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. It will take place from October 4 - 5, 2022.

The team of the Student Research Opportunities Program (StuROPx) in the Berlin excellence alliance cordially invites all students from all over Germany and from all discipines to present their research at StuFo 2022 and to discuss it with an interested (non-specialist) audience.

Since 2020, studies have mainly taken place in the form of online distance learning - exchange and interaction have been neglected here in places. Under the motto "We want to talk (again)!", StuFo 2022 focuses on dialogue and discourse. The contributions should be suitable to make others curious about student research and their own subject, to stimulate exchange and give impulses for discussion.

In the spirit of this motto, StuFo 2022 is planned as a face-to-face event and will take place on the premises of Humboldt University in Berlin Mitte. Should the COVID-19 pandemic make it necessary, a hybrid format will be used.

Interested students could submit a contribution to the conference (e.g., a short talk or poster) via a call for papers.

After reviewing the pleasingly large number of submissions, the selected contributions were compiled into thematically appropriate interdisciplinary sessions. These sessions include contributions from all over Germany and from the international partner universities of the Berlin University Alliance. More information on the sessions can be found in the program overview or - including abstracts of the contributions - in the detailed conference program (including English translations).

The conference is open to a broad interested audience. Participation is free of charge.

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