IFW, photo: Jürgen Lösel


Guided Labtours

You are interested in visiting our Institute? We are happy to arrange individually labtour programs according to your special interests. The maximum group size is ten participants. Usually guided labtours take about two hours. After a short introduction into our research topics we visit three or four laboratories where the scientists present and explain their work. These guided labtours are also suited for high school classes complementary to physics and chemistry lessons.

We take part at the JUNIORDOCTOR Program

The JUNIORDOCTOR Program gives students in the 3rd to 12th grade an impression of research, engineering, politics and culture in Dresden. We also want to show students what there is to research and explore in our institute.

https://www.juniordoktor.de

Dresden Science Night

The best way to look behind the scenes and to gain deeper insights into our research is to visit the IFW during the Dresden Science Night. It takes place every summer shortly before school holydays. The next Dresden Science Night takes place on June 19, 2020. Use this opportunity to visit us.
The program is expected to be available in April on this page.

We take part at Girls'Day

On 26 March 2020 is Girls' Day again. On this day we would like to show young girls how different the professions in our research institute can be. About the topic "Frauenpower für die Forschung", several female colleagues will present their daily work.

https://www.girls-day.de/

Contact

Public Relation, Media: Dr. Carola Langer (also for schools)
Phone:  +49 (0) 351 4659 234
E-mail: c.langer(at)ifw-dresden.de

Public Relation: Patricia Bäuchler (Juniordoktor, Girls'Day)
Phone: +49 (0) 351 4659 249
E-Mail: p.baeuchler(at)ifw-dresden.de

Knowledge and technology transfer: Dr. Uwe Siegel
Phone: +49 (0) 351 4659 424
E-mail: u.siegel(at)ifw-dresden.de