In the sixth episode of the science podcast "Hirn gehört: Oldenburger Wissensschnack," Professor Dr. Oliver Zielinski tells us why he first became CEO of an industrial company after completing his studies and how this work strengthens him today as a marine physicist in science. In the interview, Zielinski returns with listeners to his first lecture in front of a large audience of experts, which doesn't turn out as planned. He takes them on a research trip to Greenland, talks about the fascination of icebergs and reports on everyday life on board.
You can listen to the podcast here: www.hirnvomhahn.de/podcast and on all popular podcast portals.
The podcast, like the Oldenburg pub event "Hirn vom Hahn- Wissen frisch gezapft" held in 2019, is an initiative of the Oldenburg Network Science Communication, to which various regional research institutions have joined: Jade University of Applied Sciences, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg with the Didactic Center for Teacher Education, the Neurosensory Research Center and the Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Sea, DFKI - German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Schlaues Haus Oldenburg, OFFIS - Institute for Computer Science, European Science Communication Institute (ESCI), Oldenburg Energy Cluster - OLEC e.V. and IÖB - Institute for Economic Education.
The podcast is published on the website hirnvomhahn.de, the websites of the participating institutions and via the website podcaster.de. It is a product of the project "Participative Science for Region, Culture, Technology" of the Jade University of Applied Sciences, which is funded by the European Union through ERDF funds and "Europe for Lower Saxony".
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