Here you will find all upcoming events and you can import selected dates to your digital diary.

AI@WWU workshop

A workshop for WWU scientists from all disciplines and career levels! You will be introduced into artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques to be able to apply them as powerful tools for your own research. The workshop includes presentations as well as guided hands-on, e-learning sessions and advice in working on your own datasets. It is carried out by members of "Cells in Motion" with broad experience in applying AI in cell dynamics and imaging.


Interdisciplinary Graduate School Meeting | Postponed to autumn 2020!

The students of the CiM-IMPRS Graduate Program organise an interdisciplinary meeting every year. This year's programme is entitled "Breaking the Frontiers: Modern Perspectives in Life Science" and includes a variety of talks and poster presentations covering the fields of biology, chemistry and biophysics.

© WWU/Thomas Hauss

Lectures, seminars, symposia

Our events offer opportunities to broaden scientific horizons, to exchange ideas with colleagues from various disciplines and to establish contacts – both within Münster and with guests from all over the world. All career levels are welcome! In addition, there are special formats for junior scientists and by junior scientists.

© WWU/Peter Leßmann

Mouse Imaging Academy – MIA

The Mouse Imaging Academy (MIA) is an annual five-day intensive training at the University of Münster providing an introduction into a broad spectrum of dedicated imaging technologies including μPET/μSPECT, μCT, μMRI, mouse ultrasound and optical imaging. Individuals with experience in small animal imaging as well as beginners are welcome to join our workshop.

© CiM - Peter Grewer

Skills workshops

We offer skills workshops to junior scientists working in Cells in Motion labs. Our workshops focus on a variety of subjects like project management and networking.

© WWU/Jean-Marie Tronquet

Science events for a broader public

Some of our events address a broader public and enable exchanges between science and society. These formats include lectures in pubs as well as exhibitions.