Andreas Jechow, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
The "Berliner Nachtung" is an interdisciplinary seminar series about the night, that takes place during the night. The talks are generally given by either an academic or a representative of nighttime industry (e.g. lighting designers, hospitals, local governments). It was co-founded* by Andreas Jechow, Christopher Kyba, Dietrich Henckel, Franz Hölker, Josiane Meier, and Sibylle Schroer. The talks take place at a variety of locations in Berlin, are usually about 30 minutes in length, and are conducted in either German or English, with a bilingual discussion afterwards.
For questions or feedback about the Nachtungen, please feel free to contact Sibylle Schroer. To get email notifications about future Nachtungen, sign up here or contact Dr. Schroer.