HEiKA Research Activities - Meeting of Members - Summer Party
Would you like to attend the afternoon program and / or summer party?
Just send us a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1
One focus of the HEiKA Day is networking. That's why we traditionally start the event with a meet & greet at lunchtime and let it end with our summer party. In between there are a multitude of exciting presentations (short lectures and posters) of joint research activities in HEiKA:
With the HEiKA Day, the research bridges traditionally open up to the outside world and provide insight into their respective cooperation projects. As part of the HEiKA focus on Functional Materials, there will also be a presentation by Dr. Venera Weinhardt (Lawrence Berkeley National Labor) as part of the Lecture Series in 3D Printing of the joint cluster of excellence 3DMatterMade2Order on "Correlated light and soft x-ray microscopy of single cells".
After the traditional members' meeting in the afternoon, with information on current and planned HEiKA activities, we will conclude the HEiKA Day again this year with our summer party with drinks & snacks and diligent networking.
We look forward to seeing you!
Directions to Marilius Kolleg Heidelberg
By Car: Coming from the Autobahn
Turn left towards "Chirurgie" at the end of the Autobahn. Having crossed the Neckar on Ernst-Waltz-Brücke turn left to the institutes.
By Car: Coming from Neckargemünd
Follow Uferstraße, then turn into Posseltstraße; having turned left into Jahnstraße or right into Berliner Straße, finally turn left to reach the institutes.
Public transport from the main station
Take bus line 32 towards Neuenheim, Kopfklinik (exit at the stop „Uni-Campus“) or tram lines 24 and 21 toward Handschuhsheim (exit at the stop “Jahnstraße”).
Parking at and around Campus "Im Neuenheimer Feld" is often dificult. We recomend parking at P22 (visitors parking outside of the campus main entrence) or P160 (parking Klinikum Heidelberg) - both in short walking distance (approx. 8 min) to Marsilius Kolleg.