Registration form Science Day 2022
On 30 September, all scientific institutions in the region will be presenting the entire range of the region's scientific and research focusses in exciting hands-on and demonstrational formats at several locations in the state capital of Kiel for the Science Day of the Festival of Science.
We look forward to receiving your event proposal(s) by Friday, 01 Juli, via the registration form below. Please be sure to note the explanations for the individual fields here.
|1.||Marlena Typiakfirstname.lastname@example.org||+48605286561||Immune reaction during diabetic kidney disease and how immune features of podocytes can exert influence on it||Kidney complications of diabetes are related not only to metabolic changes in the renal tissue but also to an increased local inflammatory reaction, which can be initiated, exaggerated or to some extent resolved by unique kidney cells with immune properties – podocytes.||The high input of glucose, and resulting increased glycation of proteins and lipids, or injections with exogenous insulin, lead to high antigen load and formation of immune complexes during diabetes. These immune complexes initiate inflammatory reaction in the affected tissues. The disease progresses in many organs, including the kidneys. One type of resident kidney cells is not only crucial in renal plasma filtration, but also possesses many features of immune cells and can affect the local inflammatory reaction. These are podocytes.||Lecture||Marlena Typiak, PhD, MSc||Science Show (10-minute lecture within a cross-institutional programme), Ask-a-Scientist (personal table discussions with scientists)||Please consider my offer for one of the available venues||The Kiel University||As I am a scientist from the University of Gdansk, I kindly ask the Organizers of the Event to point the exact location of the Event with my contribution.||Young people, Senior citizens, other target group||students, scientists, medical staff||Electricity||computer, multimedia projector and a white screen or white wall||Ideally, any time from 10:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.||10 minutes||Yes, flexibly applicable||It will be better for the audience to participate in the lecture in before the afternoon, because the topic can be to 'mind-involving' for the evening hours.||No||I have read the information on data protection and personal data and accept the conditions. For details see: <a href="https://www.kielregion.de/ds" target="_blank" class="Base-iconLink-extern" title="Datenschutzerklärung">www.kielregion.de/ds</a>|
|2.||Maria Cardonaemail@example.com||0035679315433||Towards synthetic auxetic materials||The project involves modelling auxetic materials with the aim to move closer to the practical synthesis of such materials.||
Auxetics are materials that thicken when stretched and are unique since they have a negative Poisson’s ratio, which gives them superior mechanical qualities. Although there is huge potential for their use in various fields for additional comfort, strength and applications, there are currently no synthetic auxetic materials at the nano level. This year's research was focused on the molecular modelling of polymeric structures which have the potential to show a negative Poisson's ratio if they were synthesized. ||Presentation||Dr Maria Cardona||Science Show (10-minute lecture within a cross-institutional programme), Ask-a-Scientist (personal table discussions with scientists)||Please consider my offer for one of the available venues||I am available at any desired location.||other target group||General audience||No special organisational requirements needed.||No preference but the earlier the better||Yes||AMPLIFI||Marie-Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowship||I have read the information on data protection and personal data and accept the conditions. For details see: <a href="https://www.kielregion.de/ds" target="_blank" class="Base-iconLink-extern" title="Datenschutzerklärung">www.kielregion.de/ds</a>|
|3.||Marcin Michalakfirstname.lastname@example.org||+48 600 251 241||United in a common threat - the potential of EU law to effectively combat epidemics.||Since epidemics know no borders, the purpose of the speech will be to show that an effective fight against communicable diseases requires a coordinated approach at the international level. I will point out what potential and opportunities lie in European Union law, as supranational law, to protect Europeans from epidemics as effectively as possible in the future.||
The subject of the research I have recently begun is communicable diseases law in the European Union. The pandemic of the SARS-CoV-2 virus causing COVID-19 was a stark reminder that for communicable diseases, national borders do not exist. International law has recognized this for a long time, as evidenced by the fact that the International Health Regulations (IHR) issued under the auspices of the WHO and forming the modern legal framework for the prevention and control of communicable diseases in the international arena have their origin in the International Sanitary Conference held in Paris in 1851, responding to the great cholera epidemics in Europe in the first half of the 19th century. Thus, there is no doubt that communicable diseases are a problem that also in the legal sphere requires a global response. |
Given the place that the European Union occupies on the international stage, with its economic and scientific potential and legal culture, it is reasonable to ask to what extent the EU can and should participate in the global system for the prevention and control of infectious diseases, and what contribution it can make in this area? From the point of view of EU citizens, on the other hand, it is equally important what role the community plays in the system of prevention and control of infectious diseases and how this translates into their health security. In practice, this raises the question of what legal tools the EU has at its disposal in this area.
Given the existence of a common European market, the free movement of people and goods, (including animals and food), it is obvious that the EU needs to develop epidemiological and scientific capabilities for assessing and communicating the risks of infectious diseases, and to increase the surveillance and treatment capacity of these diseases in the Member States. This also makes timely the question, how does the EU manage public health risks? What competencies does it have in this area? Which spheres remain the domain of Member States, and where can the EU take joint and coordinated action? This issue was highlighted, among others, in the context of the EU's joint purchase of vaccines against SARS-CoV-2.
The coronavirus pandemic has made these issues particularly topical. In this regard, the need to undertake a study of the legal framework for the functioning of the European Union in the area of prevention and control of infectious diseases seems justified. This analysis should cover both EU primary law (including, in particular, the systemic significance of Article 168 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union), secondary law (e.g., Regulation (EU) No 282/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of March 11, 2014 on the establishment of the Third Programme of Union action in the field of health), and the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU. It will also be important to reconstruct the competencies of EU institutions and bodies in the area of prevention and control of infectious diseases, with a particular focus on the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
|Presentation||Marcin Michalak, PhD, Assistant professor, Faculty of Law, University of Gdańsk||Please consider my offer for one of the available venues||-||Senior citizens||No special organisational requirements needed.||Electricity||11 am||10 minutes||Yes, flexibly applicable||No||I have read the information on data protection and personal data and accept the conditions. For details see: <a href="https://www.kielregion.de/ds" target="_blank" class="Base-iconLink-extern" title="Datenschutzerklärung">www.kielregion.de/ds</a>|
|4.||Katarzyna Szlachetkoemail@example.com||+48 601 079 754||Light pollution in the European Union law||
Some comments on a serious gap in the European Union's zero-emissions policy||The European Union aims to be a world leader in zero-emissions policies. Unfortunately, both the European Green Deal and the Biodiversity Strategy 2030 neglect the problem of light pollution. Undoubtedly, the negative effects of nuisance and uncontrolled emissions of artificial light should be immediately incorporated into the environmental and climate law at the European Union level. The presentation introduces the legal conditions of EU policy in combating light pollution, as well as suggests model legislative solutions in this aspect.||Presentation||Asst. Prof. Dr. Katarzyna Szlachetko (University of Gdansk, Faculty of Law and Administration)||Please consider my offer for one of the available venues||the Kiel University||Request to the organizers to indicate the detailed location. My participation is arranged by SEA-EU University of Gdansk||other target group||Researchers and students of law and public policy||WLAN||Chairs for the audience||Table for the presenter||Access to a PC and multimedia projector to display presentation||Room suitable for multimedia presentations||4 p.m.||3-6 pm.||10 minutes||No||I have read the information on data protection and personal data and accept the conditions. For details see: <a href="https://www.kielregion.de/ds" target="_blank" class="Base-iconLink-extern" title="Datenschutzerklärung">www.kielregion.de/ds</a>|
|5.||Ich bin ein firstname.lastname@example.org||017545455422||super||hammer megha||hammer maaaaaaaaaaajjj||Hands-on experiment||Please consider my offer for one of the available venues||seeburg||Senior citizens||15:00||No||I have read the information on data protection and personal data and accept the conditions. For details see: <a href="https://www.kielregion.de/ds" target="_blank" class="Base-iconLink-extern" title="Datenschutzerklärung">www.kielregion.de/ds</a>|
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