Humboldt Lecture Series at Tübingen University
The Humboldt Lecture Series gives Humboldt fellows who spend some time at Tübingen University the opportunity to present their work to a broader faculty. It thereby provides a platform to discuss the research of some of the most excellent researchers from all over the world in an interdisciplinary context. Additionally, the Humboldt Lecture Series is meant to be a meeting point for all international scholars at Tübingen University.
The Humboldt Lectures are jointly organised by Welcome Center of Tübingen University and Forum Scientiarum.
The lecture series is supported by Alexander vom Humboldt Stiftung/Foundation
November 2nd, 18:30
Prof. Dr. Harald Baayen (Linguistics), University of Tübingen, Germany
Baboons, Homo Sapiens, and Implicit Learning in Reading: Deep Learning or Wide Learning?
December 7th, 18:30
Dr. Maxim Fomin (Anthropology), Ulster University, UK
Irish Folklore and Oral Tradition: Then and Now
Dr. Michael Thate (Jewish Studies), Princeton University, USA
Religion, Space, and Violence: An Early Christian Text and Contemporary Concerns
January 11th, 18:30
Prof. Dr. Samuel Wagner (Microbiology), University of Tübingen, Germany
How to Subvert Your Host: Lessons from Bacteria
Dr. Jia Li (Chemistry), Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Lipidomics: A Promising Tool in Biomedical Research
February 1st, 18:30
Dr. Karl Lang (Geology) University of Tübingen
Extreme Floods in the Yarlung-Tsangpo Gorge, Eastern Himalaya
Dr. Saeed Kolahian (Pharmacology) University of Tabriz, Iran
The Anti-Inflammatory Role of Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells in Asthma