The prize of 365 euros was presented to her at the closing ceremony in the auditorium of the University of Rostock.
She beat out ten other young scientists from research institutions in the Rostock region. A special focus was on renewable energies and climate change. Annkatrin Pahl succeeded in combining wit and science in her presentation and inspired the audience. livestock and their herd dynamics for improving animal welfare and creating a more animal-friendly husbandry environment. In addition, Annkatrin Pahl will also present her talk at the Science@Sail event in August 2023.
Background on the association [Rostock thinks 365°].
"Rostock's Eleven" is an activity of the association [Rostock denkt 365°]. It was founded in 2007 by scientific institutions in Rostock and the surrounding area with the aim of promoting the science location. Founding members are the Leibniz Institutes for Baltic Sea Research (IOW), Catalysis (LIKAT) and Atmospheric Physics (IAP, Kühlungsborn), the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR), the Research Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN, Dummerstorf), the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research (Fh IGD), the Fraunhofer Institute for Large Structures in Production Engineering (Fh IGP), the Thünen Institute for Baltic Sea Fisheries (Thünen OF), the University of Music and Theatre (HMT) and the University of Rostock.