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DGMK-Event Geo-Energy Systems and Subsurface Technologies

Workshop: SKETCHNOTING Subsurface Energy

09.00 - 16.00
Online (Zoom)

Presenting content in an understandable and meaningful way, creating notes effectively and sustainably, attracting attention with creative social media posts - these are requirements of 'daily business' and a challenge especially in the geological and technical field. Visual notes - SKETCHNOTING - are an alternative to conventional notes / communication.

Our interactive online workshop teaches the tools for an appealing visualization of presentations and your own notes with industry-specific elements.

Stay in the memory of others with creative presentations of content!


Markus Querengässer works as a freelance graphic recorder, designer and trainer. He likes to motivate people to understand each other better. To this end, he provides orientation for specialists and managers through his very own mix of images, language and interactions. And with this he lays the foundation for change. His portfolio includes the creation of images, explainer videos and team workshops that are individually designed.

Markus studied International Business Administration in Reutlingen, the USA and Mexico until 2006. After working as a strategy consultant and project manager at Bain & Company and Telefónica, he started his own business as a trainer in 2015. The initial focus on team training was quickly expanded to include formats on personality models, experiential learning, flipchart design, sketchnotes and visualization of vision & mission.

Since 2017, he has been drawing his accompanying "murals" - so-called graphic recordings - in sync with events. The combination of structure and creativity helps Markus to capture the core information in a humorous way. In April 2021 he accompanied our spring conference.

Good to know

The online workshop will be run via Zoom. Furthermore, the tool 'Mural' will be used during the workshop.

Event Coordinator

Dr. Susanne Kuchling

Head of the Geo-Energy-Systems and Subsurface Technologies Department

Ines Musekamp

Coordination of the Department Geo-Energy-Systems and Subsurface Technologies