Contact & Service
Address and Arrival
Faculty 1 Physics / Electrical Engineering
PO Box 33 04 40
Address for visitors:
Phone: +49 421 218-62700
The University campus links the City center to the city forest park (Stadtwald) and a picturesque lake (Uni-See).
You can easily reach Faculty 1 by public transport or car.
Please use the floor plan to find your way through the building.
From the main station (exit "Zentrum/Center") take the tram line 6 direction "Universität". You can buy a ticket in BSAG customer center or at the tram vending machine. During rush hours trams leave every 5 to 10 minutes. After 10 minutes you get off at the station "Universität-Süd / Naturwissenschaften 1 (NW1), Universum Science Center". Cross the main road that you came along at the traffic light and head over the small bridge to the physics and electrical engineering buiding NW1. Alternatively, you can take a taxi from the station for about 16 Euros.
If you come from A1, change at the Bremen junction to A27 towards Bremen-Bremerhaven. Leave A27 at the exit Universität / Horn Lehe and drive towards Centrum / Universität. On Universitätsallee turn left to Otto-Hahn-Allee and drive directly to the building Naturwissenschaften 1 (NW1).
Parking lots are available next to the building NW1 (70 cents / day). It is recommended to have suitable coins because the machines do not provide change. Free parking is available behind the building in Hildegard-von-Bingen-Strasse.
Bremen Airport is conveniantly connected to the city and the University. Leave the airport and take the tram 6 towards "Universität". You will need coins or small notes to buy a ticket at the ticket machine in the tram. During rush hours the trams leave every 5 to 10 minutes. In 30 minutes get off at "Universität/Naturwissenschaften 1 (NW1)". Cross the main road that you came along at the traffic light and head over the small bridge to the physics and electrical engineering buiding NW1. Alternatively, you can take a taxi from the airport for about 26 Euros.
Inside the tram there are two types of ticket machines. Please use the larger one in the front part of the tram to pay cash and select "Bremen" (price level I) as your destination. One is for paying cash. The smaler one is used for prepaid cards only.
Room Reservation & Room Occupancy
An overview of the occupancy of our lecture halls and seminar rooms is available in the internal area (see Raumbelegungspläne).
For the room reservation please use the following form:
Phone.: +49 421 218-62240
Members of other faculties should contact the Central Office.
Form Downloads & Service for Employees
Forms and other useful information for employees can be found in the internal download area of Faculty 1. Please log in using your university account.
In German only.
Building Service Engineering
Use the LOGIN Ticket System to dispatch work orders for building services.
The work orders are to be deducted for measures such as
- special cleaning
Where to get your key
NW1 room S0110
Wednesdays from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
You will find the corresponding forms for the key / magnetic card application in the internal internal area (see Gebäudebezogene Dienste).
Naturwissenschaften 1 (NW1)
The complex consists of several connected building sections N,O,S,W (related to the direction) as well as MHT and U. The room numbers have the form: building section, floor, three-digit room number.
Please use this link to find the room you are looking for.
Mensa / Cafeteria
Dining on Campus
Here you will find an overview of mensas, cafeterias and restaurants.more
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching offers the opportunity to use a wide range of Microsoft products in research and teaching free of charge.
The use of the software and services is permitted exclusively for students and employees of Faculty 1 for academic purposes, personal education and training in science on private computers. Its application for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden.
A list of the offered products can be found after registration in the portal of Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is operated by Microsoft and you enter into a contract with Microsoft. You are responsible for compliance with the terms of the license, so please read the license agreement carefully.
The software downloaded via Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is permitted exclusively for personal education and training in science on private computers of the above-mentioned group of persons. Commercial use is prohibited.
Any costs arising from the use of services of the Azure platform, some of which are subject to charges, are to be covered by yourself.
Neither the University of Bremen nor Faculty 1 have any influence on the offer and functionality of Microsoft Azure or the software offered. If you have any problems, contact Microsoft support directly.
An instruction on how to register with Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching can be found here.
Emergency / Alarm at Faculty 1
Emergency Call at the University of Bremen: dial (01) 112, Emergency Call outside: dial 112
1. Where did it happen?
Place of accident or emergency, as precise information as possible
2. What happened?
Brief description of the emergency/accident
3. How many?
How many injured/ill people need help?
4. What type of injury or illness?
e.g. chest pain, burning, poisoning, unconsciousness, broken bones, shortness of breath
5. Wait for questions
Do not end the call yourself!
6. Additional message to the central control room via emergency number 07 (Mobile: 0421 218-07)
7. Pointing the way for approaching rescue forces
Duty Points in Case of Fire or Emergency
It is of important for you to know where to gather in case of emergencies.
Please find the duty point nearest to you building in the map or the table below.
In case of fire or emergency there are fixed duty points!
Related duty point
North, East, South, West, U
Otto-Hahn-Allee, on the meadow next to the NW1, chaos pendulum
Language Centre (SZHB)
The Language Centre of the Universities in the Land of Bremen offers a diverse program for students and employees.
You can find more information here.
Vacancies at the University of Bremen can be found here.