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Adolf-Reichwein-Straße 2a
Gebäude AVZ (Gebäudeteil AR-NA)
57068 Siegen

Phone:    +49 (0)271/740-4915
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E-Mail:  presse@uni-siegen.de

 

2020

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  • "Siegen helps students" – You can help, too!
    A crowdfunding campaign has been launched for students from the University of Siegen who have got into financial difficulties through no fault of their own due to the Corona pandemic. The University, the Society of Friends and Supporters and the AStA have therefore launched a donation campaign for bridging the gap.

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  • Funding for Collaborative Research Center extended
    The Media of Cooperation Collaborative Research Center (CRC) established at the University of Siegen in 2016 will continue its work until at least the end of 2023. The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) has greenlighted its further funding.

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  • "A fantastic opportunity for the whole university"
    The University of Siegen has won funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program for a large-scale project aimed at strengthening the mobility and career development of scientists. It gives experienced researchers from around the globe the opportunity to work as visiting fellows in Siegen.

  • Good positions in the CHE university ranking table
    University of Siegen with top ratings in several categories in the latest ranking by the Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung (CHE).

  • Examining tiny protein droplets with X-ray light
    Physicist Prof. Dr. Christian Gutt from the University of Siegen leads German-Swedish project.

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    Physicist Prof. Dr. Christian Gutt from the University of Siegen leads German-Swedish project.

  • Easier access to artificial intelligence
    In the ManuBrain research project, the University of Siegen and its partners are developing an AI platform with low technical hurdles for use by small and medium-sized enterprises. Prof. Dr. Andreas Pinkwart, Minister for Economics and Digitalization of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), recently approved the funding.

  • The myth of the quantum leap debunked
    In a joint experiment, physicists at the Universities of Siegen, Seville, and Stockholm have for the first time made visible what exactly happens during a quantum measurement.

  • Installing cognitive algorithms in small computers
    How can limited-capacity devices such as smartphones run highly complex AI algorithms in the future? In the Wiplash project, researchers at the University of Siegen are working on a solution with a new computer architecture.

  • Professor Messari-Becker becomes a member of the Club of Rome
    Dr. Lamia Messari-Becker, a professor of civil engineering at the University of Siegen, is a new member of the Club of Rome, a non-profit organization dedicated to sustainability.

  • Nanoparticles of the future
    Researchers in Siegen have developed the world's first afterglow-magnetic nanoparticles. The patented invention is designed for various applications including cancer detection in medicine and the detection of fine particulates in living organisms.

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    Prof. Wickleder with typical luminescent materials for use in biosensing.

  • Meet Siggi, our new mascot!
    European bison underlines the link between the university and the region. Soon to be used in international publicity.

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  • From academic advisor to coronavirus helper
    Faria Afzal helped international students during the Covid-19 pandemic. Her support ranged from help in dealing with authorities to providing homemade masks to simply lending a sympathetic ear. Pakistan, the home country of the academic advisor at the University of Siegen, has now recognized her efforts with an award.

  • How do people with disabilities live in West Africa?
    In cooperation with the University of Ghana, the University of Siegen is conducting research into the life courses of people with disabilities in West African societies.