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.
Digital Technologies and Death
(30.05.2023) Researchers at the University of Siegen are exploring digital technologies to support the dying and bereaved.
Central Point of Contact for Start-Ups at the University of Siegen
(07.02.2023) The University of Siegen's new Entrepreneurship Center bundles the institution's many programs and activities for supporting corporate start-ups. University students and employees can draw on helpful assistance in moving from initial concept to opening the doors of a newly founded company.
Shedding New Light on Viruses
(15.12.2022) Professor Dr. Charlotte Uetrecht from the University of Siegen is studying the structures of proteins and protein complexes in coronaviruses and noroviruses, and how they change over the viral lifecycle. She is developing a new method to obtain as much information as possible about states of these viral building blocks which only exist briefly.
FabLabs Launching International Partnership
(14.12.2022) FabLabs, Makerspaces, and Design Factories from five countries are launching a new European partnership, to be coordinated by the University of Siegen. The goal is to provide greater access to the creative workshops at the national and international levels.
Here to Stay
(08.12.2022) More and more highly qualified people from India are coming to work in Germany, and many of them stay permanently. So what’s different now, and what does it mean for the future? This is the topic which the sociologist and STAR scholarship holder Dr. Amrita Datta is researching at the University of Siegen.