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Luxembourg Science Slam will take place on October 6th 2021!
How do I get a ticket?
There are several ways:
1. Call the Billeterie +352/ 26 20 52 444
2. Use the ticketing system of the Abbey
3. Buy a ticket directly at the Abbey at the reception or the Billeterie during opening hours
Please note: Tickets that are only reserved, need to be picked up on-site at the Abbey until 18:30. Otherwise they will return to the sales and you cannot claim them anymore. (Reservation of tickets is free of charge. Tickets are 5 Euros each)
When and where?
The 2021 edition will happen in the evening of October 6th 19:00 (more details to come) and will be hosted at Neumünster Abbey (see the map below). Doors open at 17:30. There will be a pause of 30 minutes after the first half of the contributions.
The number of car parks near the Abbey Neimënster is limited, therefore we encourage all of you to come via public transport!
Please note that the event is organised as a Covid Check event, so you need to be either vaccinated, tested or recovered and be able to prove it using a Covid Check certificate. Rapid tests are available on site for self-testing. In case you make use of on-site testing, please be there on time (plan additional 20 minutes at least). We recommend getting tested in advance though.
For more information on the security measures on-site please visit the website of the Abbey.
Science slams are a science communication format where young scientists explain their research projects in short 10-minute-talks that are easy to follow and afterwards the audience gets to vote. The important thing is not primarily the scientific outcome of their work, but to explain it in an understandable, entertaining and concise way. Science slams take place outside the university or lecture halls and instead in cultural centers, theaters or clubs, usually in the evening. So, in a science slam, the scientists leave their ivory tower and become a part of popular culture.
The event is supported by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) and the Ministry of Culture