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Soft Skill Club

A Soft Skill Club has been established, where experienced members of the chair Experimental Physics 2 will give a talk focused on social skills in a scientific environment and other non-scientific topics.

  Soft Skill Club
Venue Seminar Room CP-01-186
Time 5 pm

Date

Topic

25.04.2018

Sergei Poltavtcev teaches us how to use the Transfer Matrix Method to analyze the propagation of light trough some stratified medium.

15.01.2018

A workshop will be organized by Dr. Olaf Kletke and Inga Larres which focuses on Research Data Management. It is an emerging topic as a large number of future grants will only be provided if the data aquired will be made publicly available. As a positive side effect, a good data management might increase the data coherence within our group.

14.12.2017

This month, a professional talk about Career paths in Science from Nadine Finke-Micheel, working at Karriereforum TU Dortmund, is given. The talk will be given in German and we will have plenty of time for discussions.

29.11.2017

This special Soft Skill Club meeting is dedicated to Creativity Applied to Research introduced by Alan Bristow.

16.11.2017

Julian Heckötter will explain the physics of the 3He-4He Dilution Refrigerator used in the HR lab. He will offer a lab tour right after his talk.

24.10.2017

This month, you can acquire some basic knowledge about investing from Tileman Conring. Tileman is a former physicist who turned his attention towards financial mathematics and is currently pursuing his PhD about the financial markets in the statistics department of our university.

27.09.2017

We will have two short talks on experimental techniques at our chair: Bernd Berger will introduce a streak camera setup and Eiko Evers will summarize an extended pump-probe setup.

26.01.2017

Matthias Salewski will talk about his experiences of the extended scientific stay in St. Petersburg. As usual, you will be given the chance to discuss your monthly report.

14.12.2016

Damien Canneson will present his views on how to make science popular. In the course of his talk he will also give an introduction on how to explain scientific topics in a light but not superficial way. As usual, you will be given the chance to discuss your monthly report.

08.11.2016, 2 pm

A Helium Tour will take place: In the beginning, Klaus Wiegers will present an outline concerning the Helium liquefier and the recovery system. Subsequently we will take a look at the machine itself. As usual, you will be given the chance to discuss your monthly report.

28.09.2016, 2 pm

A Mechanics workshop will take place: In the beginning, Lars Wieschollek will give an introduction to different techniques and to how to create drawings for the mechanical workshop. Subsequently you are invited to get some hands-on experience in the workshop. As usual, you will be given the chance to discuss your monthly report.

17.08.2016

A Labview workshop will take place: In the beginning, Dennis Kudlacik and Manuel Jäckl will give an introduction to programming with Labview. Subsequently you are invited to bring your computer along to write a basic program. As usual, you will be given the chance to discuss your monthly report.

27.07.2016

Johannes Thewes will explain how to disrupt industries with simple physics. Afterwards, you will be given the chance to discuss your monthly report.

15.06.2016

Dmitri Yakovlev will be present and will answer questions on conquering scientific conferences. Afterwards, there will be a discussion in small groups to present the setups to colleagues (as if they were new students) and to find suitable topics for the next meetings.

23.05.2016

Marc Aßmann will be present and will answer questions concerning the scientific literature research. Afterwards, there will be a discussion in small groups to present the setups to colleagues (as if they were new students).

08.04.2016

Jörg Debus will be present and will answer questions concerning the supervision of Bachelor und Master students. Afterwards, there will be a discussion in small groups to present the setups to colleagues (as if they were new students).

03.02.2016

The Soft Skill Club will prepare us for the upcoming DPG Spring meeting:

Matthias Salewski will present a talk about talks. He will explain that a good talk should not only present scientific achievements but should be tailored for the audience as well.

Thomas Czerniuk will show us guidelines for designing a scientific poster.

14.01.2016

Lukas Langer will show us, how a useful monthly report can be written. He will try to convince us, that writing down scientific goals and experimental results regularly can help to focus on scientific tracks worth following.

07.12.2015

Johannes Schmutzler will show us, why science and business are not too different.



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ICRC - TRR 160
Katharina Sparka
Technische Universität Dortmund
Otto-Hahn-Straße 4a
D-44227 Dortmund
Germany

 

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