Book a Scientist – Speed Dating with Science

On September 12, curious minds are invited to a new edition of "Book a Scientist". In this format, initiated by the Leibniz Association, Leibniz researchers answer questions on topics that touch everyday life. This time, five scientists from the IOER are taking part.

In the current round of the "Book a Scientist" format, IOER is represented by five scientists. Book an exclusive, virtual conversation.

Talk to Martina Artmann about the concept of "edible cities". Find out from Andreas Blum how demographic change is affecting resource consumption in the area of construction and housing. Denise Ehrhardt explores the potential of redensification in the suburbs. Christoph Schünemann asks how we can promote energy-efficient renovation in residential buildings. Finally, Georg Zinder looks at material cadastres that allow us to estimate recycling potential in our cities.

At "Book a Scientist", interested parties can now book an exclusive, virtual conversation with scientists* on all these topics and 100 more.

A complete overview and further information on the event

The talks are partly offered in German and English. To reserve a one-on-one meeting, email with your name, chosen topic, and desired time slot.

The Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development is jointly funded by the federal government and the federal states.

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This measure is co-financed by tax funds on the basis of the budget approved by the Saxon State Parliament.