Once a year, Dresden’s universities, non-university research institutions and science-related companies open their doors to the public. This year, Science Night was held on site for the first time in two years on July 08. Throughout the city, a wide variety of formats invited visitors to experience science and technology, research and innovation, art and culture up close. From 17:00-00:00, a colorful program of lectures, experiments, guided tours and participatory shows awaited all interested parties. Students, families, senior citizens and of course tomorrow’s young researchers were invited, in short: all night owls who wanted to experience research interactively and expand their own knowledge.
Our interactive exhibition offered an insight into current digitization research. Visitors could experience modern network communication up close. With our interactive exhibits such as mobile kitchen or digital surfboard, we looked into the future of robotics, virtual reality and tactile internet. Throughout the Science Night 2022, our interactive exhibits, so-called demonstrators, were on display in the Barkhausen Bau. Scientists were in charge of their exhibits and explained the current research findings on digital network communication, AI, 5G, tactile internet or robotics behind them.
Photos by Tommy Halfter
By Tina|2022-08-17T08:43:25+02:00August 17th, 2022|Featured|