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Science Slam 2013
It was time again to get slamming for our 3. Science Slam on June 5th 2013 at the mon ami Saalcafé: Six brave candidates presented their projects and we want to thank again all participants, our very enthusiastic jury audience, the mon ami team and of course our Science Slam musicians from "Ottomotor"! Our participants:
Shahram Ghorashi: Cracked Material (Faculty of Civil Engineering, GRK 1462)
René Seyfarth: Troublesome Spaces (Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism)
Eva Thinius: Crucial living - und wie wohnst du? (Faculty of Media, Media Art and Design)
Gall Podlaszewski - Tragicomedy in 12 acts (Faculty of Architecture, Research Group Urban Heritage)
Mojtaba Shahraki – High-Speed Railway Tracks (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Foundation Engineering)
Naira Chilingaryan - Locus of Imaginaries (Faculty of Architecture, Research Group Urban Heritage)
Gratulation to our two winners:
Science Slammer 2013: Mojtaba Shahraki collected the most points from the audience with his presentation on "High-Speed Railway Tracks" for his comprehensibility, the entertainment value and his project idea.
Science Slam Audience Award 2013: Shahram Ghorashi could awake the biggest enthusiasm, closely followed by Gall Podlaszewski and Naira Chilingaryan.
The First Weimar Science Slam at the Summaery 2011
With "Powerultraschall" and concrete, Dr. Christiane Rössler picked up the title of the first Weimar Slam Champion and won a Euro 100 cash prize and boxing gloves. Three Candidates lined up in the Screenhaus.Solar for vivid and entertaining presentations before a public jury.
Thank you to the other two Slammer, Dr. Oybek Bakhramov and Max Neupert, and also to the presenter Andreas Heidenreich and the four jazz musicians of "Ottomotor"!
Photos: Hamish John Appleby