Executive Department for
Press, Communication and Marketing
Adolf-Reichwein-Straße 2a Gebäude AVZ (Gebäudeteil AR-NA) 57068 Siegen
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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.
Love at first sight
(12.03.2020) Two years ago, Prof. Dr. Bhaskar Choubey transferred from the UK's renowned Oxford University to the University of Siegen. He is involved in research and teaching in the field of circuit technology and imaging sensor systems.
Coronavirus: The University of Siegen is taking precautions
(02.03.2020) Here you will find current information and recommendations on how to deal with this novel type of virus.
Supporting small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in their Digitization Efforts
(29.11.2019) Over the past two years, the Siegen 4.0 Competence Center for SMEs has visited more than 460 small and medium-sized enterprises. The demand for the offers is high.
Medicine of the Future, Together with Rotterdam
(27.11.2019) The Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, the University of Siegen and the four Siegen clinics plan to expand their cooperation. To this end, the partners in Siegen signed a cooperation agreement.
Smart Information Instead of „Big Data“
(21.11.2019) How can information about our (surrounding) environment be obtained as directly and efficiently as possible from sensor data? This is what scientists at the University of Siegen are researching together with partners in the project MENELAOS_NT.