Can’t wait for the release of "No Time to Die," the new James Bond movie that is scheduled to come out in April 2021? Fasten your seatbelts and join us for UA Ruhr’s and DWIH NY's very own James Bond event!
Have you ever wondered about why James Bond prefers his vodka martini shaken rather than stirred? Could an AMC Hornet perform a spiral jump over the river as in "The Man with the Golden Gun?" And what about that hyper magnetic watch in "Live and Let Die?" Metin Tolan, Professor of Physics at TU Dortmund University and author of Shaken, Not Stirred! James Bond in the Spotlight of Physics, will provide thoroughly scientific explanations of what is really possible in the 007 films.
Catch the official YouTube premiere of the film and join us for a live discussion and Q&A with Metin Tolan for a deep dive into the scientific world of James Bond.
Premiere of Metin Tolan’s lecture on YouTube: January 29, 2021 (10:00 AM EST)
Tune in to the premiere on UA Ruhr’s YouTube channel to view the video and live chat Metin Tolan with your questions and reactions. The video will be available for on-demand viewing after the premiere.
LIVE virtual Q&A and Making-of Discussion with Metin Tolan: February 1, 2021 (6:00 PM EST)
Metin Tolan will provide context about the writing of his book and the making of the video. Join this interactive discussion to ask Metin Tolan questions about his work and favorite Bond films.
The Q&A will be held online on Webex Meetings and registration for the Q&A is required. Please RSVP by January 29, 2021 via the registration link. Registrants will receive an email with the access link for the discussion on February 1, 2021 before the event.
Prof. Dr. Metin Tolan
Department of Physics, Experimental Physics
TU Dortmund University
Visit us at the European Career Fair at MIT and find out about career perspectives at UA Ruhr. The MIT European Career Fair (ECF) in Boston/Cambridge is an annual recruiting event, organized by members of the European Club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). ECF's mission is to connect top-tier US students and young professionals with European companies, universities and non-profit organizations and to inform about career opportunities in Europe. This career fair is the largest of its kind in the United States with up to 100 attending companies and 3,000 - 5,000 registered candidates. More details here.
Together with other German university alliances, universities, research institutions and funding agencies, UA Ruhr will present its research and funding opportunities as well as job offers at the 2021 German Academic International Network (GAIN) Conference, the largest German science and research career fair in the U.S.
The conference program is offered in either German or English. A variety of workshops and the talent fair make the event a rare opportunity to meet a large number of experts, politicians and German university leadership. Participants can meet with more than 60 German universities, research institutions, and funding agencies. In one-on-one meetings young scholars can find out about their programs and job openings. The initiative Research in Germany offers a special workshop on opportunities in Germany for international scientists interested in transatlantic careers and partnerships. Find your career in Germany!
More details to follow soon. Link to the GAIN website.