Gerald Hüther is a neurobiologist and author. He studied biology in Leipzig and also received his doctorate there. In 1988, he qualified as a professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Göttingen and received the teaching license of Neurobiology. Professor Hüther has published a variety of books, most recently “Etwas mehr Hirn, bitte” (“A little more brainpower, please”), where he sums up his experience and insights into the topics of purpose, individual constructiveness and the love of joint creativity.
Thomas Sattelberger is a German manager who has worked at companies such as Daimler-Benz, Lufthansa, and Continental. Most recently, from 2007 through 2012, he was a board member at Deutsche Telekom. As a young man, the business economist was part of the APO movement and is still being perceived as nonconformist, and maybe due to this notion, as particularly innovative. In any case, he is very actively involved in a variety of important initiatives that deal with future aspects of work and vocational training.
“Freedom in art, freedom in society, this is the double goal towards which all consistent and logical minds must strive.” Victor Hugo
Between 1747 and 1763 Bernardo Bellotto, Venetian also known as Canaletto has created some of the most extraordinary paintings of the city of Dresden, which until today help to shape the collective identity of the people who live there – no matter if they were born and raised in city or came to Dresden to settle with their families.