Issues that regard everyone: Audi “Wissenschaft im Dialog” 2020 harangue series

In further to presenting mixed lectures, “Academia in Dialogue” is a yearly eventuality array that aims to foster communication between a participants and speakers. The wide-ranging topics understanding with stream governmental hurdles including those in a areas of mobility, digitalization and mental health. Scientists benefaction a latest state of investigate in these disciplines. They answer dire questions that are outset in a increasingly formidable and fast-paced daily lives. This year Audi has once again succeeded in appropriation distinguished academics who will share a latest systematic commentary with meddlesome audiences. Audi has hosted some-more than 200 investigate scientists and about 31,000 participants given a systematic harangue array began in 2004.

Audi Board Member for Human Resources Wendelin Göbel is gratified that a format has been so good received: “‘Academia in Dialogue’ had about 1,000 participants in 2019. The 10 sparkling thesis nights in 2020 during a Audi Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm locations say a high customary of a prior years. Interested people from a segment are politely invited to attend.”

The new module for a year can be found in digital form during

All lectures will be hold in German denunciation and will start during 5 p.m. in a Audi Conference Center on Ettinger Straße in Ingolstadt or during Audi Forum Neckarsulm. Participation is free. You can register for lectures during The module for “Academia in Dialogue” includes sum about a lectures and is accessible online from a Audi MediaCenter.

Information for editors:
Press contacts:
Ingolstadt: Johanna Barth, Tel.: +49 (0)841-89 989190
Neckarsulm: Luise Wörner, Tel.: +49 (0)7132-31 748734

The following lectures will be hold during a Audi Conference Center Ingolstadt:

January 28, 2020
Urban atmosphere mobility: high above a roads – leisure will still have a limits
Prof. Rolf Henke
German Aerospace Center (DLR)

February 18, 2020
Social scoring system(s) in China: from wish to hubris and horror
Prof. Dr. Doris Fischer
Julius-Maximilians University Würzburg

April 21, 2020
From homo sapiens to homo digitalis: a effects of digitalization on a brain
Prof. Dr. Christian Montag
University of Ulm

May 19, 2020
Faded love? The automobile in a mobility transition
Prof. Dr. Andreas Knie
Technical University of Berlin

October 13, 2020
Cyberphysical prolongation systems: a finish of a public line?
Prof. Dr. – Ing. Thomas Bauernhansl
University of Stuttgart

December 8, 2020
Digital leadership: Leading in a digital world
Prof. Dr. Sabine Remdisch
Leuphana University of Lüneburg

The following lectures will be hold during a Audi Forum Neckarsulm:

March 18, 2020
Traces of a self: opportunities and hurdles of digital behavioral information for a automotive industry
Dr. Clemens Stachl
Stanford University

April 28, 2020
Mental health and a postmodern work environment: from wellness and high performers to burnout
Prof. Dr. phil. Dr. med. Andreas Hillert
Schoen Clinic Roseneck

July 14, 2020
Design of intelligent networked appetite systems
Prof. Dr. – Ing. Reinhard German
Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg

November 12, 2020
How tolerable are electric cars? Environmental and amicable impacts in a value sequence of lithium-ion batteries
Prof. Dr. Thomas Stefan Spengler
Technical University of Braunschweig