Event Series

The IRS regularly holds are range of public and non-public events for sharing IRS expertise and for consulting purposes. The institute has also developed a number of knowledge transfer events to complement these events which aim to facilitate dialogue within the scientific community, and between scholars and practitioners.

The "Brandenburg Regional Talks" are a series of transfer events that the IRS holds twice a year. The talks address politicians, researchers and members of civil society, culture, economy and andministration form the federeal state of Brandenburg an beyond. more infos

As a part of the Long Night of the Sciences in Berlin researchers from the IRS are presenting their research to a general public at the Headquarters of the Leibniz Association in Berlin. The annual event addresses all ages and attracts several thousands of curious Berliners. more infos

This workshop series has been held for over twenty years and provides a forum for interdisciplinary debate among junior researchers and established scholars on manifold issues relating to the history of urban planning in the German Democratic Republic (GDR). The series provides a space for academic discussion on the legacy of Eastern European and GDR urban planning within the history of modernist European urban development. It brings together not just academics but also former urban planners and architects from the GDR as historical witnesses. more infos