Adlershofer Forschungsforum (AFF) – Adlershof Research Forum

Adlershofer Forschungsforum (AFF) – Adlershof Research Forum

Monday, 11. November 2019

Adlershofer Forschungsforum

The Adlershofer Forschungsforum (AFF) - Adlershof Research Forum is an annual one-day conference taking place in Adlershof since 2013. It is a platform for knowledge exchange and communication between scientists working in Adlershof. Hosted by the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, the IGAFA and the WISTA Management GmbH, scientists from the non-university research institutes as well as from the Faculty for Mathematics and Natural Sciences and the Institute of Psychology of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin come together for exchange and networking.

In lectures and poster sessions, labs and institutes present their latest research projects. The AFF-conference aims to identify potentials for scientific collaboration between different university and non-university institutes and local companies and to create space to come up with new joint projects.

The Adlershof Research Forum 2019 took place on 11. November including:



Award Winner-Session:

  • Dissertation Prizewinner Adlershof 2018
    Short Lecture: Dr. Martin Maier, Institute of Psychology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Winner Falling Walls Lab Adlershof 2019

    Breaking the Wall of Black Boxes in Biomedical AI
    Julius Upmeier zu Belzen, Berlin Institute of Health, Charité – Universitätsmedizin, Berlin

    Breaking the Walls of Gender Gaps
    Dr. Anna Katharina Pikos, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover

    Breaking the Wall of Sustainable Air Cleaning
    Benjamin Herzog, Solaga UG, Berlin

Postersession, Get Together


The Adlershof Research Forum is part of Berlin Science Week.


Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Petra Franz
Phone: +49 30 2093-1437

IGAFA-Science Office
Sanela Schlößer
Phone: +49 30 6392-3669

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