I found myself in my student life with selforganizing groups opposing the school like character in the University which has been introduced by the Bachelor and Master-System. The underlying question I fould most impactful during this period was:

“What would you do, if you would be free and would be able to communicate and cooperate on a level in which everybody is valued equally?”

If you ask this question it doesn´t really matter if there is money or not. People would start to do what they like and they would be motivated and grow by the support of a collaborative process to reach together bigger goals.

I consider myself as a curator of communication and motivation. Feel free to contact me, if you have any questions to find your true motivation, how to find collaborators and manifest your dreams in a team.

To give you an idea I gahtered some of my past work. I founded these institutions and organized several events including cooperate design, content, internet presence, workflows and conferences :


The Existential Consciousness Research Institute

I co-funded this organizeation and organized between (2017-2019) two big conference with about 700 people and several symposia, with up to 30 experts on consciousness research.

Akademie der Bewusstseinsforschung

The organization Academy on Consciousness Research (2016-2017) does not exists anymore and was cofunded by me. Because of its non-profit charakter it was not sustainable, but we achieved to organize for almost two year each week at least one lecture and self-exploration workshops. The left gathered some information are found here.

ISA Forum of Sociology

Because of the success of CHAGS, we organized a seminar for students of th sciology department to help them to organize themselves.

Conference of the Hunter and Gatherer Society

The Chags Conference was organized by the lecturer Khaled Hakami and a a group of students. We used an egalitarian way of organization, same as hunter and gatherers tribe would do.

Being Consciousness Conference

Tihs first conferecnce was organized from students for students as a part of the international anthropological student network (MASN).