Events

  • The people behind the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering at the project Kick-off on 29 August 2014.
    The people behind the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering at the project Kick-off on 29 August 2014.

The NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering organizes events featuring presentations and talks from experts in various scientific fields as well as known guests from politics, culture and the private sector providing insights that go beyond science.

International Conference on Molecular Systems Engineering (ICMSE)

The first International Conference on Molecular Systems Engineering (ICMSE) in August 2017 in Basel was a big success. Close to 300 participants and more than 40 speakers were present. See some impressions here.

The ICMSE is a unique event in the emerging field of molecular systems engineering, and has the potential of leading to a long-term paradigm shift in molecular sciences. More about ICMSE 2019 soon.

SeminBar Series on Molecular Systems Engineering

SeminBar is a regular, public forum that will bring internationally known scientists to Basel to talk about their research in areas relevant to molecular systems engineering. Students from all interested faculties as well as researchers participating in the projects are invited to share an evening of focussed speeches and discussions with the scientifically interested public. Speakers will be introduced by PhD students and the musical after-program is presented and hosted by the different student-groups supporting research from faculties such as chemistry, physics, biology and engineering at both University of Basel and ETH Zürich.

"Basar Molekular. Der Wissens Talk.” on Molecular Systems Engineering

This is our very own radio broadcast that goes ON AIR at “Sud” in Basel in front of a live audience and with musical guests. The purpose of this 90-minute program is to stimulate an interdisciplinary discourse between the sciences on the one hand, and the scientific  and the non-scientific community on the other hand. The radio production invites leading members of the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering team to discuss (non-) scientific issues with opinion leaders, personalities from the arts, sports, the private sector and politics, and of course, with you the live-audience. “Basar Molekular. Der Wissens Talk.” on Molecular Systems Engineering will also be broadcasted later on your favourites radio stations.

Scientific Exchange