Executive Department for
Press, Communication and Marketing
Adolf-Reichwein-Straße 2a Gebäude AVZ (Gebäudeteil AR-NA) 57068 Siegen
Phone:    +49 (0)271/740-4915 Fax.:    +49 (0)271/740-4911 E-Mail:  firstname.lastname@example.org
News and Press
Welcome to the Executive Department for Press, Communication and Marketing of the University of Siegen.
This site provides news about the University of Siegen - from research news to event announcements. We provide regional, national and international media representatives with details about research results and exciting background stories. A range of publications, such as the university newspaper, are offered to complement our service. In addition, we are responsible for marketing activities at the University of Siegen and we organize central events.
If you are a media representative, please feel free to contact us when you are looking for a scientific expert.
New student card
(09.04.2021) With the new student card (USiCard), students receive the semester ticket, the student card and the use of the library.
Together 11,000 kilometers through Europe
(09.04.2021) 11,000 kilometers represent the distance that connects the seven campuses of the ATHENA European University, of which the University of Siegen is also a member. The members of the alliance want to bridge this distance together until Europe Day on May 9 - whether on foot, by bicycle, or by canoe.
Rapid test for antibiotic-resistant germs
(29.03.2021) Globally, antibiotic-resistant bacteria are considered one of the biggest health problems. Researchers at the University of Siegen are developing NAPARBA, a nanotechnology-based approach to rapidly detect disease-causing bacteria.
Phishing attacks against German universities
(12.03.2021) The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution warns of a new wave of attacks against universities and research institutions.
Solution for marginal problem
(12.02.2021) Physicists from Siegen and Düsseldorf are developing a solution for the so-called marginal problem and publishing it in the renowned journal Nature Communications. The result could be part of standard teaching material in a few years.