Thematic week

From 6 July on, you will find a variety of theme weeks from all participating universities and research institutions at!

You can expect exciting online formats as like videos, podcasts, articles or posters. There are also tricky quizzes and you can collect flashes of inspiration.
Special summer moments are guaranteed every Wednesday at 5 pm.: For 9 weeks you can be part of a family lecture in the online livestream!

Here is an overview about the themes:

KinderuniWissenschaft IGo Online 06.07.2020
KinderuniBokuGo Online 13.07.2020
KinderuniMedizinGo Online 20.07.2020
KinderuniWirtschaftGo Online 27.07.2020
KinderuniVetmedGo Online 03.08.2020
IST@kinderuniGo Online 10.08.2020
ÖAW@kinderuniGo Online 17.08.2020
KinderuniTechnik + KinderuniFH CampusGo Online 24.08.2020
KinderuniWissenschaft IIGo Online 31.08.2020
KinderuniThemenwoche “Klima und Energie”Go Online 07.09.2020


These are the topics of the family lectures, at which you can take part every Wednesday at 5 pm in the online livestream:

  • 8 July at 5 pm: Fares Kayali (University of Vienna): “Is it possible to learn with computer games?”
  • 15 July at 5 pm: David Leidinger, Barbara König, Sabina Thaler (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna): “What is this climate change?”
  • 22 July at 5 pm: Eva Geringer, Monika Redlberger-Fritz (Medical University of Vienna): “The World of Viruses”.
  • 29 July at 5 pm: Michael König (Vienna University of Economics and Business): “Tapir Fridolin’s Merchant Shop and the Corona Crisis”.
  • 5 August at 5 pm: Sibylle Kneissl (University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna): “To see or not to see: With a X-ray view through the small animal clinic of Vetmeduni Vienna”
  • 12 August at 5 pm: Michael Riedl (Institute of Science and Technology Austria): “Where chance ends and chaos begins”
  • 19 August at 5 pm: Julia Budka (Austrian Academy of Sciences): “More than Pyramids”.
  • 26 August at 5 pm: Alexander Redlein (Vienna University of Technology): “Living and Working 2030”.
  • 2 September at 5 pm: Barbara Schober, Marlene Kollmayer (University of Vienna): “How does learning work?”

If you have already registered, you will receive a weekly Infomail, which topics are new!


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