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As a scientist, presenting your own results is an important and common task -
in your own group seminar, at conferences, for the defense of your doctoral thesis or for the general public

All important aspects of the presentation are covered


I want your talks to present your results as

best as possible, satisfy your audience and


For this we cover in this workshop

• Planning and structure
• Memorable beginnings and endings
• Language, voice and appearance
• Visualization and presentation media
• Slide structure
• Difficult presentation situations
• Presenting characteristicly
• Video feedback

Practice in the “work” shop


My seminars are from the real world. That means I apply the methods and processes myself in my daily work. So I can tell you when they work and when they don't, and not just what theory says. My seminars are "work" shops. The participants immediately apply the learned content to their own presentations. Therefore, all participants should bring lectures (old or upcoming) to work on them.


From natural scientist to natural scientist

I give presentation training for natural scientists because it is a great help to speak the same language. I also know that scientists usually talk about their topics with great enthusiasm. Unfortunately, this enthusiasm very often disappears the moment they are in front of an audience. To use this intrinsic connection with the topic is very important to me. To regain this enthusiasm, it is important to feel safe in what you are doing during the presentation.



I was really scared of the video feedback, but in the end I found it really helpful.


- Kathrin, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics

Great course!




- Simon, Augsburg University of Applied Sciences

A very interactive course. Very different from the trainings that I have otherwise done. I liked that very much.

- Christoph, Max Weber program

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