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Programme Amendments

Please note the following Programme Amendments. Please click here.

Conference Registration

The Registration for the conference is now closed.  Due to overwhelming interest in this years conference we cannot accept futher registration applications. 

Social Programme

Our registration for the social programme is now closed.

Educational Visits

You can no longer register for Educational Visits.

Science Tour

We offer a free Science Tour to one of three highly interesting scientific institutions in Muenster! You find more information here.

Our main sponsors 'Bildung & Begabung' are running a series of interviews with the Keynote Speakers.

You will find the third part of the interview series here:

Péter Csermely - Talent Networks

 

Call for Papers

The Call for Papers is now closed. Notification of acceptance of abstracts will be sent no later than the 31.05.2012.

Those participating in symposia will be sent a link from their symposium co-ordinator. 

For further information or in case of any problems please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Team via e-mail: conference (at) echa2012.info

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Cooperation partners and sponsors

Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung

Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft

Bildung & Begabung

Volkswagen

Robert Bosch Stiftung

Finanzinformatik Münster

Stadt Münster

Deutsche Gesellschaft für das hochbegabte Kind e.V.

Stiftung Bildung zur Förderung Hochbegabter

Richard Pelz und Helga Pelz-Anfelder Stiftung

THANK YOU

We would like to thank everyone for the success of the
 
13th International ECHA Conference "Giftedness Across the Lifespan ",
which took place at the University of Muenster from 12th to 15th September 2012!
 
In more than 500 presentations- from keynote addresses to poster presentations - resulted in an extensive and varied programme. Speakers presented their research results and reported experiences, new developments and approaches in order to discuss them with interested participants.

The pleasant atmosphere of the Conference, including a social programme and evening activities, led to a stimulating environment, fruitful exchanges among the participants and many new contacts being made.
 
We would like to thank our major partners, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft, Bildung & Begabung, the Robert Bosch Foundation and Volkswagen AG. We would also like to thank our other partners: the Stiftung Bildung zur Förderung Hochbegabter, the Finanz Informatik, the City of Muenster, the Richard Pelz and Helga Pelz-Anfelder Foundation for Educational Research and Assistance as well as the ICBF Foundation.

We would also like to extend our thanks to all the participants and speakers for their contributions, their feedback and their active participation in making the conference such a success. As a reminder, we would like to share a video of the Conference here.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Muenster in 2015 for our 5th Bildungskongress!
 
Christiane Fischer-Ontrup & Anne Vohrmann
Conference Management
 

Conference Video

The short filmish documentation of the conventions is online right now. Enjoy it right here:
http://www.uni-muenster.de/videoportal/video/bildungskongress_2012.html

 

Conference Trailer

 
 

Münster: The Green City

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Münster is a very special place: Münster is a city known far and wide for its high standard of living. Münster's Aaseepark with it's green areas, hiking and biking trails, modern sculptures as well as restaurants and cafes, was most recently honoured with the "Europe's Most Beautiful Park 2009" award.

Read more: Münster: The Green City

 
 

 
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Prof. Dr. Nicholas Colangelo

Keynote Speech
Date: 12.09.2012
Location: H1
Time: 4:15 - 5:45 p.m.
Title: The Cognitive and Affective Issues of Acceleration:  International Applications Read more...

 

Münster in Words

Whenever I was in a beautiful city, whether it was Bamberg or Bremen, I have always stated that it was only the second most beautiful in the country. That is how I provoked the question which city I thought to be the most beautiful one. And then I replied: Münster.

Theodor Heuß, first President of the Federal Republic of Germany

 

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On your first visit to Münster there are three aspects that immediately catches one's eye: the beautiful old town, all the young people and the host of bicycles. The image and the life in this 'City of Science' is dominated by the almost 50,000 students that live here.

Read more...  
 
 
 
 

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