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Courses

Winter Term 2020/2021

All courses of this semester start as of November 02. They will take place as non-attendant-courses and be held in home office via Webex.

Office hour for consultation:

Via office phone number: 030 838 66255, Wednesday, 4-5 p.m.

Via Email: any time via martina.erlemann at fu-berlin.de


20119411 Seminar

Lise Meitner war nicht die einzige: Leben und Forschung von Physikerinnen gestern und heute

(Martina Erlemann)

Lise Meitner und Marie Curie zählen wohl zu den berühmtesten historischen Frauenfiguren in der Geschichte der Physik, die auch über die Fachgrenzen hinaus sehr bekannt geworden sind. Aber es gibt noch viele weitere Physikerinnen, die ebenfalls wichtige Beiträge zur Weiterentwicklung der Physik geleistet haben. Im Seminar wollen wir, neben Lise Meitner und Marie Curie, Biographien dieser etwas weniger bekannten Physikerinnen erarbeiten. Dabei soll es nicht nur um die Lebensgeschichte dieser Frauen gehen, sondern ebenso um ihre Bedeutung für die physikalische Forschung.

Date: Mon, 16:00 - 20:00 Uhr. More here.

Begin: 09.11.2020

Das Seminar findet präsenzfrei statt. Die Kursmaterialien und Informationen zu Anforderungen und zum Zeitplan werden auf Blackboard bereitgestellt. Im Mittelpunkt des Seminars stehen Präsentationen der Teilnehmenden über verschiedene Physikerinnen. Es ist geplant, dass die Präsentationen der Teilnehmenden als vertonte Powerpoint-Präsentationen erstellt werden und vorab allen über Blackboard zur Verfügung gestellt werden. Das Seminar findet als Online-Meeting in Webex statt und dient dazu, Fragen zur Präsentation zu stellen und zu diskutieren.

Wenn Sie am Seminar teilnehmen möchten, registrieren Sie sich bitte im Campus Management. Sie erhalten dann automatisch Zugang zum Kurs auf Blackboard. Sollten Sie keinen ZEDAT-Account haben oder sich aus anderen Gründen nicht im Campus Management registrieren können, melden Sie sich bitte per Email bei mir an.


20119611 Seminar

Physics and Society

(Martina Erlemann)

Physics is in many respects related to society: New findings of physical research are communicated in the media to an interested public. Citizens can participate in political decision-making e.g. on the risks of nanomaterials in consumer products or on the question how to find permanent disposals for nuclear waste. Citizen Science projects enable non-scientists to participate in research, e.g. in astrophysics. All these developments raise questions: Which images of science are conveyed to the public? Should scientists exert more influence on how physics is presented in the media? Should citizens have more say in scientific research, e.g. on the funding of research? How much should the public know about physics or science in general? Should scientists be responsible for the potential consequences of their research? These questions will be discussed in the seminar by means of studies from sociology of science that deal with these topics.

Date: Wed, 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr. More here.

Begin: 04.11.2020

The seminar will take place online via Webex. All course material and information on requirements and the time schedule will be provided on Blackboard. Central to the course are presentations of the participants on pre-given topics. The course will be a combination of self-study and online-meetings where we will discuss the seminar presentations.

If you want to attend the course, register in the Campus Management System. Then you will get access to the course on Blackboard automatically.

If you do not have a ZEDAT-account and thus cannot register in the Campus Management system, write me email to me for registration. You will then provided access by the Blackboard helpdesk staff.


20114901 Lecture

Gender and Science: An Introduction

(Martina Erlemann)

What does gender have to do with natural sciences such as physics? When closely analysing the histories, cultures, practices and contents of the natural sciences, it becomes visible that gender and other social inequalities have an impact on the physical as well as on other natural sciences: from the underrepresentation of women in some sciences to gender differences in career outcomes up to gendered constructions in scientific theories, gender is relevant in various contexts of science. The course introduces to approaches, concepts and methods of Gender Studies for the natural sciences, putting a special focus on the physical sciences. The seminar is aimed at students of physics and other natural sciences. Interested students of the humanities and social sciences are also welcome.

Date: Tue, 14:00 - 18:00 Uhr. More here.

Begin: 03.11.2020

The course, lecture and tutorial, will take place online via Webex. All course material and information on requirements and the time schedule will be provided on Blackboard. The course will be a combination of self-study and online-meetings.

If you want to attend the course, register in the Campus Management System. Then you will get access to the course on Blackboard automatically.

If you do not have a ZEDAT-account and thus cannot register in the Campus Management system, write me email to me for registration. You will then provided access by the Blackboard helpdesk staff.


20114902 Tutorial

Gender and Science: An Introduction

(Martina Erlemann)

Date: Tue, 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr. More here.

Begin: 10.11.2020



20001516 Research Seminar

Research Seminar on Gender and Science Studies of Physics

(Martina Erlemann)

In the research seminar, we will discuss current topics from the Gender and Science on physics. Participants are invited to present and discuss their research papers or projects as work-in-progress and to bring in individual research interests and topics. In the first unit we will decide jointly on themes and topics to be discussed.

Date: Mon, 16:00 - 20:00 Uhr. More here.

Begin: 02.11.2020

The seminar will take place online via Webex. If you are interested to participate, please write an email to me. On topics will be agreed upon consultation.