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Science communication event for young researchers

SciCom expert Dr. Julius Wesche gives a talk on science communication & social media for early career scientists, organized by the RTG2633

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Are you ready to amplify your scientific voice and make your research resonate with a wider audience? Join this exclusive event on science communication, featuring the renowned podcaster, energy transition scientist and science communication expert Dr. Julius Wesche, the founder and CEO of scicomX.

Event details:

•    Date: 25. January
•    Time: 11:00 - 12:00
•    Room: CBBM B1/B2

Why you shouldn't miss this event

As an early career scientist, your ability to communicate your research effectively is crucial for your professional visibility and career advancement. But it's more than that - it's about bridging the gap between science and society, making your work accessible and engaging to a broader audience.

Highlights of the talk

•    Maximizing Visibility: Learn how to use science communication as a tool for personal branding and professional growth.
•    Strategic Communication: Discover how to set clear goals, identify your target audience, and develop effective communication strategies.
•    Engaging with Society: Understand the importance of making your research understandable and relevant to the public.
•    Real-World Applications: Get inspired by best practice examples and learn to handle criticism constructively.

About Julius Wesche

Julius passion is to help researchers and research organizations to create visbility for their research and hence make it impactful - mostly by means of social media. With a rich background in sustainability transitions and energy policy, Julius is not just an academic but a skilled communicator. He founded scicomX -Science Communication Accelerator and hosts several podcasts, making him the perfect guide to help you navigate the world of science communication.

--> This is your opportunity to step up and make a mark in the scientific community.
--> Enhance your skills, expand your network, and learn to convey your research in a way that sparks interest and understanding.
--> Your voice matters, both in the scientific field and in the wider social context.

Contact Us

For more information, please reach out to the scientific coordinator of the RTG2633: Laura.Kirchhoff(at)uksh(dot)de  

Dr. Julius Wesche, CEO of ScicomX (Picture: private)

Event Announcement (Picture: Anja Stähle/UzL)