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HLF Review 2016

Outreach as a student I

Outreach as a student I came into contact with all types of machines. I was even able to help out a little bit with the development of the Z43. It was then clear to me that my profession would be focused around data processioning,” recalled Andreas Reuter. At the heart of the interactive, English language exhibition, there were simulations of Zuse’s machines in addition to the Zuse Archive. Visitors could experiment with the mechanical circuitry of Konrad Zuse‘s machines at various exhibits and also take a virtual tour of the Z1 which is located in Berlin. The exhibition pieces, including some originals from the Zuse estate, were on loan from the Konrad-Zuse-Museum Hünfeld, the Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum Paderborn and the Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin. There were also excerpts from the documentary about the computer pioneer, directed by Mathias Knauer, that were screened throughout the exhibition. In the six days its doors were open, over 1,500 visitors experienced the exhibition, including attendees of the 4th Heidelberg Laureate Forum. 110

Outreach HLF Around the World To sustainably install the level of awareness of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF), the Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation (HLFF) uses diverse opportunities: One of them is the participation as an exhibitor at international conferences. In 2016, the HLFF was present at the Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM) in Seattle, WA, AAAS 2016 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., the 7th European Congress of Mathematics (ECM) Berlin and the 5e Forum Emploi Maths (FEM), Paris. Joint Mathematics Meeting AAAS 2016 Annual Meeting 7th European Congress of Mathematics 5e Forum Emploi Maths 111