8. October 2021 | Magazine:

The Week at TU Braunschweig │08.10.2021 Our Newsletter for all Employees

Topics: resource saving + small and cold + TOP 40 + SE²Ax2

Editor: Laurenz Kötter

► Ressource-saving construction

How can we achieve this? Among other things, by protecting and repairing existing buildings, says Stefan Ullmann. In the Research Training Group 2075 ”Modelling the constitutive evolution of building materials and structures with respect to aging”, he is doing research on the restoration of concrete structures.

► Researching Qubit-Control with Tokyo

Professor Vadim Issakov and PhD student Peter Toth of the Institute for CMOS Design signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ishikuro Laboratory of Keio University in Tokyo. Together, they aim to make the control of quantum computers smaller and colder.

► Dr. Kai Exner becomes honorary professor

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Physics thus honored Dr. Kai Exners lecture on “Design of Experiments” and his commitment to support master and doctoral theses.

► Strong in Research: TU Braunschweig in TOP 40

According to the new DFG Funding Atlas, our university is among the TOP 40 universities with the highest DFG awards. Particularly engineering and natural sciences as well as civil engineering and architecture received good rankings.

► A futurologist in sustainable aviation

Stefanie Ollenburg has been on board the SE²A Cluster of Excellence since July 2021: The doctoral student at the Institute for Design Research at the Braunschweig University of Fine Arts (HBK) conducts scenario development and user research.

► Pharmacy exam celebration

On October 2, more than 60 pharmacy students celebrated their 2nd state exam. The ceremony of the future pharmacists was the first student event in the Audimax since the beginning of the pandemic.

► Up-to-date information on current funding opportunities

Did you already know? The newsletter “FIT für die Wissenschaft” of the TU Braunschweig informs free of charge about promotion of young scientists and research.

► Darling of the Week

For the past two years, our darling of the week has been inspiring especially female students with technical topics. In the ChangIng research club of the SE²A Cluster of Excellence, students from grade 10 onwards conduct research and experiments, supported by mentors. And currently, the registration for the next round is open.