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Internationale Lehrveranstaltungen - Montag, 03.05.21

09.00 (CEST)
Masks - augmented personality (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Philipp Rupp

Name of guest:

Christine Rösch

Title of event:

Masks - augmented personality

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Zoomlink of event:

Participants will be informed of the exact dates and zoom links when they register

Language of event:

German

Registration with:

philipp.rupp@fh-bielefeld.de

Open for the following
study programme:

Fashion/KD

Content of event:

The workshop Masks - augmented personality opens up a refreshing space for intuitive creation and the fun material, texture and colour composition of a mask with a concise character, and invites inspiring exchange and critical reflection on linked themes such as up-cycling, queer culture, the question of inspiration and cultural appropriation or the restitution of cultural heritage.

Christine Rösch is a fashion designer and lecturer at the Universities of Art and Design in Basel and Geneva.
After her initial professional experiences at the traditional Paris fashion house Sonia Rykiel and the avant-garde Maison Martin Margiela, she contributed to shape the menswear brand Raf Simons as the Joint Head Designer for several years. To expand those experiences, she took the role as the Head of Apparel at the fast-growing high-performance company On-running in Zurich. Since 2017, Christine is further enrolled as a lecturer and jury member in the Basel Institute of Fashion and is currently co-responsible for the MA2 program at the HEAD in Geneva, while pursuing the MA program in Art History and Iconic Theory at the University of Basel.

09.30 (CEST)
Personal Documentation (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Dipl.-Des. Katharina Bosse

Name of guest:

Yulie Cohen

Title of event:

Personal Documentation

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Time of event:

09.30 – 16.00 (break from 12.00 – 13.00)

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Registration with:

yuliecohen@gmail.com

Registration deadline:

29.04.21

Open for the following
study programmes:

A & MA students: Art, Design, Industrial Design, Visual communication, Photography, Video, Film-making, animation, Fashion, Jewellery, Ceramics - all studies with the Art & Design.

Limit of participants:

10

Content of event:

The workshop focuses on self-documentation, which usually takes place within the intimate framework of the family, and in the relationships between the speaking individual and social institutions (family, government, etc.).  The course, centered on self-documentation, represents, among other things, a dominant cultural trend today that encourages self-exposure, but, unlike uncritical “selfie culture,” it emphasizes the difference and the distinctive nature of personal documentation as an autobiographical record that usually includes the intersection between the private sphere and the public and political one.

Yulie Cohen is a Filmmaker and a distinguished lecturer.  Earned a degree in Sociology & Anthropology from Tel Aviv University (1981), and an MA with distinction in Communication Arts from the New York Institute of Technology (1984).
Worked in films in New York and Los Angeles, returning to Israel in 1988 for the birth of the first of two daughters.
Since 1993, Yulie has directed and/or produced many documentaries. Her films, including the acclaimed trilogy My Terrorist (2002), My Land Zion (2004) and My Brother (2007) have been shown at international film festivals, translated to more than 20 languages, broadcast worldwide by many television channels, purchased by the libraries of dozens of academies, and discussed at conferences in Israel and abroad. Cohen was awarded the Art of Film prize at the Jerusalem Film Festival in 2005.
My Israel (2008) was commissioned by BBC and was based on the trilogy.  A Minor Shrine For Our Love (2014) was curated for Dani Karavan's exhibition 50 years of the Negev Monument in The Negev Museum of Art.  Our Natural Right (2020) was premiered in Tel Aviv Solidarity Film Festival. Since 2008, she has been teaching at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem including the course Personal Documentation in the M.Des. degree programme of visual communications at Bezalel.

09.45 (CEST)
Supply Chain Risk Management and the modern Strategy for analysis of disasters – A proposal for polish companies

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Andreas Uphaus

Name of guest:

Dr. Marcin Halicki

Title of event:

Supply Chain Risk Management and the modern Strategy for analysis of disasters – A proposal for polish companies

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

09.45

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

B.A. International Studies in Management

Content of event:

In the context of the Managerial Accounting lecture, risk management in international supply chains is presented. In the current volatile times ("VUCA world), the risks in supply chains are increasing strongly, especially in an international context. In the presentation and debate we will discuss how such risks can be identified, controlled and, if possible, "transformed" into opportunities. A report on the current situation in Poland rounds off the lecture.
10.15 (CEST)
Origin of quantum physics - quantum effects in nanomaterials

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Andrea Ehrmann

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. hab. Tomasz Blachowicz

Title of event:

Origin of quantum physics - quantum effects in nanomaterials

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

10.15 - 11.45

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

A brief introduction of the basics of quantum physics is given, allowing understanding typical effects on the nanoscale. Subsequently, the influences of quantum physics on nanomaterials are described and their implications on recent technology.

Prof. Dr. hab. Tomasz Blachowicz:

  • Professor at SUT since 2009.
  • Habilitation in Physics completed in June 2004, "Brillouin spectroscopy in crystal lattices - acoustic and spin waves", Gdansk University, Institute of Experimental Physics, Department of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science, Gdansk, Poland;
  • Experienced in
    • Electronics incl. laboratory electrical and optical measurements;
    • Optical and mechanical system design for spectroscopy, luminescence, medical imaging, and magneto-optics;
    • Fractals, multifractals, deterministic chaos, econophysics, geomorphology;
    • Geophysics by image processing;
    • Elastic waves (Sezawa, Rayleigh) in layered materials;
    • Spintronics, magnetoelectronics;
    • Spin waves and GHZ phonons optical spectroscopy (Brillouin light scattering - BLS);
    • Lasers (gas, solid-state) and optical system alignment;
    • Textile magnetism;
  • Particular research interests
    • Computer simulations of physical phenomena, parallel computing (Magpar), OOMMF, textile magnetism;
    • Physics of textiles; magnetism of textiles & textile magnets incl. optical methods;
    • Magnetoelectronics, exchange-bias, magnetic effects in low-dimensional structures, magnetization dynamics, spintronics by optical methods;
    • Optical spectroscopies - in crystals, metallic superlattices, semiconductors, thin layers, multilayers; acoustic phonons and magnons - BLS, MOKE, DMOKE, photoluminescence;
    • Image processing
16.00 (CEST)
Sustainable development in times of crisis - social transformation during Covid-19 in South African rural communities

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Anna Lena Rademaker

Name of guests:

Dr. Glory Lekganyane, Prof. Mokgale Makgopa, Dr. Mmaphuti Mamaleka, Patricia Manganyi

Title of event:

Sustainable development in times of crisis - social transformation during Covid-19 in South African rural communities

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

16.00 - 17.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Registration with:

christian.kandora@fh-bielefeld.de

Registration deadline:

03.05.21

Open for the following
study programmes:

M.A. "Sozialwissenschaftliche Transformationsstudien", B.A. "Soziale Arbeit", B.A. "Pädagogik der Kindheit"

Content of event:

  • The influence of social work research in addressing the COVID-19 calamities in institutions of higher learning.
    Many researches focus on the medical part of the COVID-19 and less is on social work research. The presentation will focus on how to enlarge the scope of COVID-19 research from social work point of view by engaging or attracting students both in postgraduate and undergraduate level. The other aim is to forge the interdisciplinary collaboration in research.
  • The inequalities and discrepancies discovered in institutions of higher learning in South Africa due to COVID -19.
    The South African Higher education still consists of the advantaged and disadvantaged regardless of the new political dispensation, which is 27 years old. The focus is on the Inequalities and discrepancies discovered during COVID-19 in institutions of higher learning from management perspective.
  • Sustaining Quality Teaching and Learning in the era of COVID-19 from academic point of view.
    The presentation focus is on how the institutions of higher learning sustain the quality of teaching and learning through different mode of learning. Online and blended mode of teaching. Various mode of e learning such as WhatsApp, face book, emails, Moodley, etc. are outlined.
  • Fieldwork practice modalities under the new normal.
    Field practice provides a real-life context for applying theoretical and conceptual knowledge acquired in classes. It is important that students demonstrate mastery of the core social work competencies in a real-life and practice setting. The COVID-19 has brought unprecedented situation in social work education, which had an impact in teaching and learning as well as student field practice.


Dr. Glory Mmasetjana Lekganyane is a senior lecturer in the Department of Social Work at the University of Venda. She played an outstanding role in the development of the Masters programme of Social Work, which she currently coordinates. Her teaching areas are gender based and domestic violence, substance abuse, poverty, HIV/AIDS and Corona virus, Structural inequality and poverty, laboratory practical’s as well as research.


Prof. Mokgale Makgopa
is an active researcher and scholar in African Languages, folklore and Indigenous Knowledge Systems. He has presented and published several articles in literature, cultural practices and beliefs of Basotho ba Leboa. He has more than 20 years of work experience lecturing in institutions of higher learning in South Africa. He is a full professor. Administratively, he is serving as the Dean of the School of Human and Social Sciences.


Ms Patricia Siphiwe Manganyi
is a lecturer and Fieldwork coordinator, responsible for field work practice for all levels in Social Work. She is currently involved in BSW 2nd year class. Her teaching areas are human behaviour and social security. She supervised final year student and currently co-supervising master’s student in Social Work.

She participated and currently coordinating Univen-HAWK exchange programme.


Dr. Mamaleka Mmaphuti
is a lecturer and responsible for level two students on practical/fieldwork and level four students on supervision and management. I supervise master’s and fourth year students’ research projects. I have presented in national and international conferences, and published several articles. Chaired a session during Association of South African Social Work Education Institutions (ASASWEI) conference in South Africa. Coordinated successful collaboration programme of the University of Venda and HAWK (Germany) from 2017-2019.

18.00 (CEST)

Interprofessional online collaboration - opportunities of interprofessional learning in hybrid space

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. phil. Anna Lena Rademaker, Prof. Dr. phil. Katja Makowsky

Name of guest:

Susan Sommerfeldt, Ph.D.

Title of event:

Interprofessional online collaboration - opportunities of interprofessional learning in hybrid space

Type of event:

Workshop, Information event

Time of event:

18.00 - 19.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Registration with:

christian.kandora@fh-bielefeld.de

Registration deadline:

03.05.21

Open for the following
study programmes:

B.A. Social Work, B.A. Nursing

Content of event:

This workshop builds on an international inter-institutional partnership. It allows for expansion of professional development provided in the COIL training in delivering coursework in virtual exchanges for students in partnered institutions.


Dr. Susan Sommerfeldt teaches healthcare team development to students in health sciences programs at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. An Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Nursing, Susan’s research includes inquiring the nature of healthcare teams in rural settings, interprofessional Senior’s intervention teams, interprofessional education, and the conceptualization of team intelligence. Arts-based research involves a current project using theatre to explore stigma with children living with HIV in northern Uganda.

 
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