Human Development at Kiel week


The Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes participates in various ways in Kiel University’s presentation “kieler uni live 2014” at Kiel Week.

Human Development at Kiel week

A picture from last year’s kieler uni live: Graduate School member Martin Hinz presents aspects of his research.

Two exhibits of the “Manipulated Landscapes” exhibition will be on display in the tent from Saturday (June 21) to Tuesday (June 24). Several GS members appear on the programme of talks and presentations (about 45 minutes each) at the Kiellinie:

Saturday, June 21
2 p.m. Welmoed Out – People and plants in prehistory: what plant remains from archaeological excavations reveal about the past
5 p.m. Florian Huber – Gestrandet – Versenkt – Versunken: Faszination Unterwasserarchäologie

Sunday, June 22
3 p.m. Nicole von Wurmb-Schwark: Die Spur führt zum Täter
4 p.m. Nicole von Wurmb-Schwark: Tätersuche im Labor (talk especially for children)

Monday, June 23
3 p.m. Bernhard Thalheim – Visual SQL – Datenbankprogrammierung auf andere Art

Wednesday, June 25
3 p.m. Florian Huber – Schätze aus der Tiefe (talk especially for children)

Friday, June 27
1 p.m. Ben Krause-Kyora – Zurück in die Zukunft: was alte DNA erzählen kann

Sunday, June 29
Hans-Rudolf Bork: Singapur: Reise in die Zukunft?

Furthermore, four young GS members present their research in a fresh and entertaining way at the Science Shows on June 22 and 28 (4 p.m.).

Text: Jirka N. Menke; Photo: CAU