In a world of fast-paced change, we confront pressing global challenges that require our capacity to adapt - from climate change, resource scarcity, geo-political conflicts to rising inequality. Our ability and responsibility to take action is a fundamental part of being human. Therefore, crafting new, resilient skills is crucial to shaping and answering today's and tomorrow's questions.
However, what skills are required to make a real difference, whether in industry, academia, or society? Do these skills vary in the context of different living realities and cultural backgrounds?
This also raises the question of responsibility - what kind of responsibility do young researchers, as future leaders, bear for shaping tomorrow's world? And how can we reflect on this responsibility and our moral compass while planning our individual futures and careers?
Get inspired and join us for an exciting panel discussion that brings together a diverse group of speakers to explore the topic of future skills with regard to current challenges humanity faces.
- Prof. Dr. Marta Antonelli, TUM Ambassador 2023, Hans Fischer Senior Fellow, Head of the Laboratory of Perinatal Programming of Neurodevelopment at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Buenos Aires
- Prof. Dr. Enkelejda Kasneci, Liesel Beckmann Distinguished Profesor, Human-Centered Technologies for Learning at the TUM School of Social Science & Technology, Core Member of the Munich Data Science Institute (MDSI)
- Dr. Yang Ji, TUM Ambassador 2023, Founder and CEO of Orthogonal Technology, researcher at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
We look forward to stimulating discussions and exchanging ideas with you. After the Fireside Chat, there will be plenty of opportunities to continue networking with your peers.
This Fireside Chat is moderated by Vivian Meier and David Schuster, both TUMJA scholarship holders of #class23, team Somnoactive.
There has been a change of location: The Fireside Chat takes place in the seminar room 1713 (first floor, Arcisstr. 21).