From June 2019 until November 2020, we will be touring around the world reaching out to international partners interested in creating solutions for the future of work. Focus countries of our travels are France, Japan, and the US. Meet our top-class research networks at conferences and fairs worldwide and share your ideas, expert knowledge or innovative technologies. Would you like to make an appointment in advance? Don’t hesitate to contact your favorite research network or our campaign office. We are looking forward to meeting you!
→ beyondwork 2020 - European Conference on Labour Research
21-22 October 2020
This conference brings together all the best of Europe´s research and innovation on the future of work. Our campaign´s experts welcome you at our ‘Research in Germany‘-booth and invite you to encounter them via workshops and lectures. The two-day-event is hosted by Germany´s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
→ Industries du Futur
19-20 November 2020
Our ‘Research in Germany’-booth is right among 230 other providers of excellent and creative solutions for future work environments coming from France, Switzerland and Germany. Our new work experts welcome you to explore their innovations and strategies in order to master the digital transition of your company or your community or even to set up new research collaborations.
→ AI Expo Tokyo
1-3 April 2020
31 March 2020
Event replaced by 'Web Live Talk'!
The event in Tokyo has been cancelled. It will be replaced by a 'Web Live Talk' on 31 March, 16:00 Tokyo time | 09:00 CEST.
→ TransatlanticSync - Germany & Silicon Valley: Shaping a shared digital future
October 27 - 29, 2019
Mountain View, USA
Ten German research networks reached out to partners for joint R&D projects in the area of Work 4.0 at the Transatlantic Sync conference held in Silicon Valley from 27 to 29 October 2019.
The "BMBF-Forum International – The Future of Work" took place on May 21 - 22, 2019 in Berlin as a prelude to the Federal Research Ministry's international campaign "The Future of Work".
The aim of this interactive conference was to present our 10 top research networks and their innovative projects in France, Japan and USA. The event also aimed to develop synergies and new opportunities for cooperation of science and research organisations in an international environment.