Oct 22, 2020
Research Circuit: LMRG "China in the Global System of Science"
- 14:00 to 16:00
- Launch Event
- Lise Meitner Research Group
- Several Speakers
- Anna Lisa Ahlers
- Bo An
- Stephanie Christmann-Budian
- Trym Aleksander Eiterjord
- Jelena Große-Bley
- Yishu Mao
- Cheryl Schmitz
- Andrea Střelcová
Exceptional times call for exceptional formats...
The MPIWG’s new Lise Meitner Research Group “China in the Global System of Science” is pleased to invite you to its “Research Circuit” event on October 22, 2020.
In separate rooms, along a designated track through the Institute, you will have the chance to briefly discover the group’s research framework as well as meet the different scholars and their projects. After having completed the circuit, you are invited to meet us outside for some packed snacks and drinks.
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, we hope to be able to give you a better idea of what the new group is up to and to create an opportunity to explore potential common interests across the groups and departments and with other colleagues at MPIWG.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
On behalf of the whole Lise Meitner Research Group,
Anna L. Ahlers
Contact & Registration
The Research Circuit event is open to MPIWG staff and scholars only. If you would like to attend, please register with Linh Bui Dao at email@example.com.
Projects and Locations
From Technocracy to Scientocracy?
Science-Policy Interactions in the Chinese Local State, 1990–2020
Anna L. Ahlers
The Merton Project: Science and Political Regimes in the 21st Century
Anna L. Ahlers, Rudolf Stichweh
Modeled Modernity: A Critical History of Computing in the People's Republic of China
The Reforms of the National Science System of China:
Global Models and National Interpretations
The Geopolitics of Chinese Arctic Research
Trym Aleksander Eiterjord
Climate Change Adaptation in China’s Agriculture:
The Production and Role of Local Environmental Knowledge
Ethics and Values in China’s Pursuit of Artificial Intelligence:
“Chinese Characteristics” or/and “Shared Future for Mankind”?
Chinese Ideas of Africa in an Age of Global Expansion
Internationalization or Centralized Control?
Managing International Research Cooperation with Chinese Characteristics.
Andrea Braun Střelcová
Click to scroll through photographs from the event. Source: Verena Braun, 2020.