The ensemble, citizens of Bremen with Turkish background, had two month for conceptualizing and rehearsing the profound play which deals with the topic immigration within the this year´s country focus Turkey. In May 2009, the German Psychological Society (Deutsche Psychologische Gesellschaft DGPs) elected Dr.
Christian Hammann, Professor of Biochemistry, with a grant of 390,000 Euro. The German Research Foundation (DFG) supports the research on the biogenesis of ribosomal RNA, which is carried out in the laboratory of Dr. Ten Jacobs University students are heading to Iceland on a transdisciplinary arctic geo-microbiology field trip funded by the European Union with its Lifelong Learning Programme and the ERASMUS Intensive Programme. Four Jacobs University students are joining more than 30 high-profile speakers, including 2011 Peace Nobel Laureate and Liberian Peace Activist Leymah Gbowee, at the CHOCOVISION business conference, which is taking place in Davos from June 17 to 19. A group of Arctic Geomicrobiology-interested students at Jacobs University, conducted field sampling of microbes in the Eyafjordur fjord in Northern Iceland for Ocean Sampling Day 2014, a worldwide event that took place on June 21 to investigate the importance of microorganisms for the sea as an ecosystem.
Hartwig Schepker, science coordinator of the Rhododendron-Park Bremen, to talk about rhododendrons growing in the park and their places of origin. Jacobs University’s switch-over to LED technology on campus is entering its second phase. Jacobs professor Thomas Rommel heads European College of Liberal Arts in Berlin The Summer Campus Germany 2012 consists of either a seven or a 12-day program and offers an introduction to university studies in life sciences and medical research fields. Jacobs University has introduced a new summer program for high school students from year 10 onwards.
Cell and molecular biology
Ten students have now been chosen and will receive scholarships ranging from full to half tuition for all three years of study at Jacobs University. The Ambassador of People’s Republic of Bangladesh to Germany, His Excellency Mosud Mannan, recently paid a visit to Jacobs University, accompanied by Consul Honorary Consulate Dr. Christoph Lattemann, Professor of Business Administration and Information Management at Jacobs University, has had a busy few months as one of the five organizers of the 5th China Goes Global (CGG) research conference taking place at Harvard University from October 2 to 4. Ursula Staudinger, Jacobs University Vice President and Dean of the Jacobs Center for Lifelong Learning, will deliver lectures at the event.
Heinz-Otto Peitgen resigns as President of Jacobs University at the end of the year On November 11, Jacobs University held the inauguration of its new program for Chinese visiting professors which is supported by the Stiftung Bremer Wertpapierbörse until 2017 with a total of €360,000. Open, transparent and comprehensible: Jacobs University Bremen presented its annual report to the public and explained the results in a press conference. New happiness study by Jacobs University researchers: Why equality makes Europeans happy Jacobs University will be participating in the German MINT-Kongress held at the Maritim Hotel and the Congress Centrum Bremen on November 27.
Behzad Nematollahi, Praful Vijay, Jay Sanjayan, Ali Nazari, Ming Xia, Venkatesh Naidu Nerella, Viktor Mechtcherine (2018), Effect of Polypropylene Fibre Addition on Properties of Geopolymers Made by 3D Printing for Digital Construction, Materials 2018, 11(12), 2352, doi: 10.3390/ma11122352 (2018), Deactivation of default mode network during touch, Scientific Reports, vol 9, Article 1293 (2019), doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-37597-1
The program is also available in Dutch and will be accessible soon in Chinese. It is now open to everyone who would like to work on their health and fitness – no matter if they have previously enrolled in a rehabilitation program.
“A communicator between science and the public”: Joachim Treusch receives Lorenz-Oken-Medal Studying hard is only one side of student life on Jacobs campus. When the leaves are falling, the wind is blowing, the rain is pouring down and the academic year is on its way, then it is time for the olympic games on campus!
Astronomy, physics and geophysics
At the awards dinner at Mercator College on March 5, Sonka Stein on behalf of the Mercator Foundation honored the students for their outstanding social commitment and excellent academic performance at Jacobs. The reception of the study, which was funded and recently published by the German Federal Ministry of the Interior (link for PDF download: see below), was highly controversial in the German media. Third-party funding at Jacobs University has experienced an enormous growth over the course of the last decade. Jacobs University is looking to intensify its relations with research and educational institutions in the State of Qatar.
At Jacobs University, the European academic exchange program has been running since 2004. Its aim is to further International Maritime Law in education and research by pooling existing knowledge and skills within the Metropolitan Region of Bremen/Oldenburg with a major focus on research and training new experts in Maritime Law. Researchers from Jacobs University, the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Institute for the Study of Ancient Culture) and the Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma – Sede di Ostia tested the mobile robot at the excavation site of Ostia Antica near Rome and were able to generate a precise virtual 3D model of an ancient home.
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On June 21, 2012, 16 high ranking delegates from the European Commission (EU) as well as the National Science Foundation (NSF) of the US visit the Jacobs campus. Cultural exchange, exciting contacts and long lasting friendships – Jacobs University’s host family program is all that.