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TR32 IRTG: Workshop | Spontaneity, Storytelling and Input hacking



Monday 02 July 2018, 10:00 - 17:00


Topic: Spontaneity, Storytelling and Input hacking

Participants: 8 - 12 PhD students 

Venue: Institute for Geopyhysics and Meterology, Pohligstraße 3, 50969 Cologne

Date & Time: 2nd July 2018, 10:00 - 17:00

Registration: Please register by sending an short email with your name, the course to n.heinrichs@uni-koeln.de

Registration deadline: 15th June 2018, noon


This one-day workshop by Dr. Ben Hartwig, neuroblitz, will take place in Cologne on 2nd July 2018. The participants will learn techniques and tools in being spontaneous and creating stories to excite their audience with their enthusiasm and spontaneity.

Through exercises, the participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of improvisation technique. You will see great conversations happen by design, not luck. The participants will learn how to handle difficult and unpleasant questions and to make people want to pay attention to you during poster sessions.

Location Institute for Geopyhysics and Meterology, Pohligstraße 3, 50969 Cologne
Contact n.heinrichs@uni-koeln.de

For further information, please contact:


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Nadine Horst
(geb. Heinrichs)

IRTG Coordinator

University of Cologne
Institute for
Geophysics and Meteorology

D-50923 Cologne
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