In spring 2024, the 23rd juFORUM Congress will take place in Heidelberg. We warmly invite you to connect and expand your horizons with a diverse program full of exciting insights into current research.
Here are some key details in advance, so you can mark the date in your calendar. More information about the program and registration will follow throughout the year on the juFORUM website and through the email newsletter.
When and where? The 23rd juFORUM Congress will be held from April 3rd to April 7th, 2024, in Heidelberg and the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. We will start on Wednesday afternoon and conclude after five days of activities on Sunday afternoon, ensuring that all participants can travel home safely. If you need to work during the week, it is also possible to join later.
Who? You! All university students, high school students aged 16 and above, doctoral candidates, and young professionals with an interest in scientific and technical research are invited to participate in the Congress.
Program: From Wednesday evening to Sunday noon, we will present an exciting program of lectures, workshops, panels, and site visits. On Thursday and Friday, there will be opportunities to visit interesting companies and research institutions in the Rhine-Neckar region. On Saturday, the annual general assembly of juFORUM e.V. and a start-up panel will take place. Between all the events, there will be ample opportunities for networking and making new friends. And, of course, a closing party will also be part of the program!
Exact details of the program will be announced in the coming months.
Registration: More information about registration will be released closer to the start of the event on the juFORUM e.V. website and through the email newsletter.
Accessibility and Awareness: We are currently working on a concept to make participation in the juFORUM Congress accessible to as many people as possible and to create a discrimination-free atmosphere. We aim to make the programme as barrier-free as possible and transparently communicate the accessibility of places we cannot actively influence. In the next few months, we will provide additional information on this matter. If you have any suggestions or ideas on how we can make participation as easy and welcoming as possible for you and everyone else, we would appreciate feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are looking forward to welcoming you in Heidelberg!