“Knowledge works” is the motto with which the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences (THB) celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Because on April 13, 1992, the founding committee of the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences met for the first time and on October 5, teaching began for the winter semester 1992/93.
The THB celebrates this anniversary with many highlights. From May 9, she invites you to a busy week of events on campus. It starts on Monday and Tuesday, May 9 and 10, when the Innotruck of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research stops at the THB site in front of the Open Workshop and invites you to the interactive exhibition from 2.30 p.m. approximately. to explore.
Future subjects in the STEM field will be used to show how research influences everyday life. MINT stands for Mathematics, Computing, Natural Sciences and Technology. Further information is available at www.innotruck.de.
Lecture at the Technical University of Brandenburg
“It makes me particularly proud that we are able to organize the conference for young scientists at the Brandenburg University of Technology in our anniversary year,” THB President Andreas Wilms said of the culmination of the event from Wednesday May 11 to Friday May 13.
At the specialist conference, which interested parties will attend on site in the Audimax and on the university campus, masters students, doctoral students and scientific employees from all over Germany have a platform to present their applied research and development projects and to enter into a discussion about them.
Climate protection, health, digital transformation and structural change
The focus is on research projects in the areas of climate protection, health, digital transformation and structural change, for which there were more than 100 applications. The conference is held each year at a different university. The conference program and further information can be found here: https://zgt.th-brandenburg.de/veranstaltungen/nwk/
Integrated into this year’s Young Scientists Conference is THB’s “Technology.Transfer.Day”, which takes place on Thursday 12 May from 15:00 Brandenburg Innovation Prize”.
Free registration for regional companies and institutions for the event and viewing of the program is possible at https://zgt.th-brandenburg.de/ttt/
The conclusion of the week of events on exciting research topics is the 1st Brandenburg Science Slam, which is organized by the universities of the state of Brandenburg on Friday evening at seven locations in the state.
30 years of college
Brandenburg University of Technology, originally a university of applied sciences, was founded in 1992 and is a modern campus university based in Brandenburg an der Havel.
The range of courses extends to the fields of IT and media, technology and economics – increasingly also in part-time and sandwich formats.
The THB promotes in particular the possibility of studying without a secondary school diploma.
The approximately 2,700 students are supervised by 67 professors. All courses lead to a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
More information at www.th-brandenburg.de.
The Prignitz site of the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences invites the interested public to Hangar-321 in Neuruppin from 7 p.m., where selected scientists from the region will present their work in an entertaining way.
Professor Kirsten Harth from THB is one of the participants and will talk about her research on granules, liquids and parabolic flight. For this evening at Prignitz, free registration available at https://t1p.de/vgsbd
“We celebrate research,” President Wilms says of the special week of events. “What’s great is that we can finally do it again live and on location.” After two years in which the university often operated online due to the pandemic and many events had to be canceled altogether, he looks forward to many personal encounters and a big farewell.
After the week of events in May, there are still plenty of dates left in the THB calendar. The Open House and Campus Party are scheduled for Friday, May 20.
The first Summer Coding Festival, the business contacts fair and the MS Wissenschaft stop in Brandenburg an der Havel will follow in June. The official anniversary ceremony will take place in October. On December 16, the professor of experimental physics Prof. Dr. Michael Vollmer the year of the event with his last experimental lecture before his retirement.
All dates can also be found in the events calendar of the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, which is constantly expanded during the year: www.th-brandenburg.de/veranstaltungen
From MAZ online