Science Slam 2021
At the LuxDoc Science Slam 2021, in total six combatants from various disciplines will try to fascinate you about the science they are doing. Each presentation will be no longer than 10 minutes and surely be unique as the slammers are complete free in their way of performance! Afterwards, it’s the audience – meaning YOU – who is rating the presentation and assigning points to it.
However, we promise you that you will not only see entertaining pieces of performance, but also hear about things you never knew before and be able to broaden your knowledge.
We are very happy to organize this event again after a pause of several years! You can reserve tickets already now by sending a mail to email@example.com
Date and location will be announced asap
Booking tickets in advance
If you would like your ticket already now and by this also facilitate our planning, you are very welcome to do so.
Simply send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indication your full name and the number of tickets you would like to reserve. The tickets will then be reserved for you on the day of the slam until 30 minutes before start. This means, all tickets which have not been picked up by 18:30 on the day of the slam, they will be sold regularly on spot and you cannot claim them anymore.
Will there be catering?
Yes! Within the bounds of possibilists and depending on the current hygienic regulations in place at that time, we will provide some drinks in the foyer at the theater hall. There will be a pause of 30 minutes after the first half of the contributions to take a refreshment.
After the event, the bar will also stay open for some time – this is also a perfect opportunity to meet the slammers of the evening and talk to them in person!
Where do I find more information?
If you would like to know more about Science Slam or see some exemplary presentations, we recommend watching some of the numerous videos on YouTube.
If you are interested in science conducted in Luxembourg in general, you can get an overview on current projects on the websites of the University of Luxembourg, Luxemburg Institute of Health, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology or on science.lu.