Practical information


The event will start in the afternoon of Wednesday, 14 November 2018, and finish after lunch on Sunday, 18 November 2018.


The event will take place in Schloss Rauischholzhausen, a castle located near the city of Marburg, Germany.


Participants will sleep in the castle. Meals will be provided on the premises.


Participation is free of charge, but limited to 40 people. Lodging and meals will be provided by the castle, but participants will need to cover their own travel expenses.

Please contact Ms. Petra Kuhl ( to be added to the list of interested participants. PhD students and young researchers are particularly encouraged to apply.

We will contact you in September with confirmation of your participation, or notification that you have been placed on the waiting list.

Note: A small amount of additional funding may be available. Please contact Ms. Petra Kuhl ( for information.

List of participants

  • Luca Asselle
  • Nina Bartelmeß
  • David Bechara
  • Franziska Beckschulte
  • Victor Bermúdez
  • Sebastian Boldt
  • Urs Fuchs
  • Hansjörg Geiges
  • Shubham Girdhar
  • Jakob Hedicke
  • Dominic Jänichen
  • Jan Kotrbatý
  • Philip Kupper
  • Myeonggi Kwon
  • Julius Lang
  • Christian Lange
  • Claude LeBrun
  • Roberta Macceroni
  • Omid Makhmali
  • Lionel Mason
  • Stefan Mescher
  • Thomas Mettler
  • Jan Nienhus
  • Tommaso Pacini
  • Hans-Bert Rademacher
  • Paulina Pierzchala
  • Kevin Poljsak
  • Samaneh Saberali
  • Murat Saglam
  • Raúl Sánchez Galán
  • Wolfgang Schmaltz
  • Kevin Sporbeck
  • Stefan Suhr
  • Danu Thung
  • Kevin Wiegand
  • Kai Zehmisch