Current and Previous Minerva-Gentner Symposia

Current and Previous Minerva-Gentner Symposia

If you want to find out about its scientific range and variety, browse through the overview of all Symposia from 1995 to current.

2023

Interactive brains: From methods to applications, Ramat Gan
Prof. Ronny Geva, Bar-Ilan University; Prof. Kerstin Konrad, RWTH Aachen University

Coherent manipulation of few-body complexes, Rehovot
Prof. Roee Ozeri, Weizmann Institute of Science; Prof. Lev Khaykovich, Bar-Ilan University;
Prof. Reinhard Dörner, Goethe-University Frankfurt; Dr. Maksim Kunitski, Goethe-University Frankfurt; Prof. Tobias Schätz, University of Freiburg

Social big data in environmental and sustainability research: from promise to practice, Haifa
Prof. Andrea Ghermandi, University of Haifa; Dr. Uri Roll, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev;
Prof. Jonathan M. Jeschke, Freie Universität Berlin; Dr. Johannes Langemeyer, Humboldt-Universität Berlin

"Bringing the Sea to Berlin" – the future of marine sciences building on high-resolution X-ray characterization methods at synchrotrons, Berlin
Dr. Tali Mass, University of Haifa; Prof. Meytal Landau, Technion; Dr. Paul Zaslansky, Charité – University Hospital Berlin; Dr. Antje Vollmer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie

2022

Perception, recognition and control of goal-directed actions: from cognitive to neural representations, Regensburg
Prof. Angelika Lingnau, University of Regensburg; Prof. Roy Mukamel, Tel Aviv University

The power of ceramics: Transformations and interactions in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Late Bronze and Iron Ages, Tel Aviv
Dr. Paula Waiman-Barak, Tel Aviv University; Prof. Oded Lipschits, Tel Aviv University; Dr. Sabine Kleiman, University of Tuebingen

Fictions of Terror in the Southern Cone and Brazil: Recent Representations, Jerusalem
Prof. Ruth Fine, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Prof. Sabine Schlickers, University of Bremen; Prof. Inke Gunia, University of Hamburg

2021

Studying a concept in disarray: Cross-cultural, comparative analysis of digital privacy, Jerusalem
Dr. Dmitry Epstein, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Dr. Philipp K. Masur, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz/ Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

2020

Burchard of Mount Sion’s Descriptio Terre Sancte: Toward a Critical Edition and Beyond, Ramat Gan
I. Baumgärtner (Kassel), J. Rubin (Ramat Gan)

Single Cell Analysis: from Development to Disease, Tel Aviv
K. B. Avraham (Tel Aviv), O. Wurtzel (Tel Aviv), N. Rajewsky (Berlin), B. Treutlein (Leipzig)

Cancer ImmunoMetabolism 2020, Rehovot
A. Erez (Rehovot), E. Gottlieb & I. Mor (Haifa), A. Schulze (Heidelberg)

2019

MR Spectroscopy and Molecular Imaging, Rehovot
A. Tal (Rehovot), A. Bar-Shir (Rehovot), L. Schroeder (Berlin)

Food and Identity Formation in the Iron Age Levant and Beyond: Textual, Archaeological and Scientific Perspectives, Munich
Ph. W. Stockhammer (München), Aren M. Maeir (Ramat-Gan)

2018

Redefining and Integrating  Modern Jewish Literary Studies, Berlin
R. Fine (Jerusalem,) N. Gordinsky (Haifa), K. Konuk (Duisburg-Essen), C. Olk (Berlin), G. Shahar (Tel Aviv), S. Zepp (Berlin)

2017

Frozen: Social and Bioethical  Aspects of Cryo-Fertility, Tel Aviv
A. Raz (Beer-Sheva), Y. Hashiloni-Dolev (Tel Aviv), S. Schicktanz (Goettingen)

Kantian Themes in Goethe and their Echos in 20th Century Philosophy, Tel Aviv
E. Friedlander (Tel Aviv), J. Haag (Potsdam)

2016

Contested German-Jewish Cultural Property after 1945. The Sacred and the Profane, Jerusalem
M. Lepper (Marbach), Y. Weiss (Jerusalem)

Peroxisomes in health and disease, Rehovot
R. Erdmann (Bochum), M. Schuldiner (Rehovot), E. Zalckvar (Rehovot)

2015

Egyptian and Jewish Magic in Antiquity, Bonn
A. Bellusci (Tel Aviv), G. Bohak (Tel Aviv), R. Lucarelli (Bonn), L. Morenz (Bonn)

The Intergenerational Transmission of Childhood Adversity, Heidelberg
A. Apter (Tel Aviv), R. Brunner (Heidelberg)

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