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Till Roenneberg

Institute of Medical Psychology, Ludwig Maximilians Univ – Munich – Germany>

Till Roenneberg started to work on biological rhythms with Jürgen Aschoff at the age of 17.
After studying Biology in Munich (LMU) and London (University College), he worked at Harvard. He investigates the human clock and sleep in the real world (the Human Sleep Project).
He has coordinated many international research networks and has received several international prizes.
His is currently department vice-chair, head of Human Chronobiology at the Institute for Medical Psychology and President of the World Federation of Societies for Chronobiology, and former President of the European Society for Rhythms Research,. He has published over a 191 papers and a book (“Internal Time” Harvard University Press, 2012).

My Sessions

Do female and male clocks tick differently?

Keynote speaker: Till Roenneberg (Germany)