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Here you can find the live program of the OPEN CAMPUS WEEK.

Exciting talks, virtual guided tours and interesting discussions with our experts on a wide variety topics at the heart of the University of Bremen and your neighboring institutes and partners took place during the OPEN CAMPUS WEEK.

On June 7, the Bremer Kinder-Uni (Children’s Uni) also started under the motto “50 MAL Kinder-Uni DIGITAL (50 * Children’s Uni DIGITAL)”. Until the end of October, 50 digital events for children between 8 and 12 years will take place.

Monday, June 7, 2021

Start a business? No problem! From university to a start-up business

Description
If you are interested in starting your own business and gaining an insight into the support options available, drop by and find out everything you need to know about starting your own business. We will be joined by: BRIDGE – Gründen aus Bremer Hochschulen, LEMEX, Digital Hub Industry, Hilfswerft, Starthaus Bremen, and the Sparkasse Bremen. After brief flashlights, you will have the opportunity of speaking with the respective partners in breakout sessions. We look forward to seeing you! 

Kick-off

From university to start-up – how do I set up a business straight from a Bremen university? 
Meike Goos, UniTransfer, BRIDGE

Flashlights

LEMEX – Introducing the university chair of small business and entrepreneurship 
Quynh Duong Phuong & Thomas Baron, LEMEX

Digital Hub Industry as a catalyst for business and innovation concepts straight from university
Martin Holi, UniTransfer

Start-up a business and do some good – is social entrepreneurship right for me?
Fabian Oestreicher, Hilfswerft

Support and funding opportunities with Starthaus Bremen
Andreas Mündl, Starthaus Bremen

Bank and start-up – how does that work?
Dino Zirwes, Sparkasse Bremen

Duration
2 hours

Participation
Register here

Description

In the first half of the 13th Bremen Start-Up Lounge, two teams of company founders from the University of Bremen will report on their varied experiences when setting up a company. What did the start-ups grow from? What support was invaluable from their perspective? What mistakes would they not make a second time around? The teams want to pass on these tips in the hope of inspiring you and encouraging you to pursue your goals.  

In the second half, three teams will present their ideas in the scope of the EU project Inno-Quarter and want to hear from you. Inno-Quarter offers the possibility of testing innovations. It is all about presenting prototypes as well as offering and receiving feedback – and that together with you. How precisely will that work in an online event? Come along and see for yourself!

You will then have the opportunity to meet both the start-up teams and the Inno-Quarter teams in the breakout sessions and network with them and other interested parties. We look forward to seeing you!

Duration
3 hours

Participation
Register here

 

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Your career perspectives – degree, vocational training, job

Description

Guests from the Bremen NEXT and Bremen Vier radio stations explain why they chose Radio Bremen and what they do there. Dr. Leif Kramp from the Centre for Media, Communication, and Information Research (ZeMKI) interviews radio producers about their job descriptions, their journalistic mission, how they deal with current topics, and what is expected from applicants. We look forward to your questions! 

Speaker
Leif Kramp

Duration
90 minutes

Participation
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Kenncode: 826513
 

Description
Fraunhofer MEVIS employees talk about their career paths. One aspect they all share is that they all started out at Fraunhofer MEVIS as students and are now employed in a range of different areas.

In a short round of introductions, they will tell you more about themselves, their backgrounds, and their current duties. There will then be time for questions from the audience –
these can also be in English, if necessary.

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
Register here
Limited to 30 participants

Description
The world of digital medicine is very diverse and just as diverse are the topics on which the employees at Fraunhofer MEVIS work. With short talks on different fields, we want to give you an insight into this interdisciplinary and multifaceted world.

Speakers
Jan Strehlow, PhD; Dörte Corr; Dr. Mathias Neugebauer

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
Register here
Limited to 30 participants

Description
Come along and ask any questions you have.

Speaker
Janina Heyn (OHB System Corporate communications), Ulrich Uffelmann (Training manager)

Duration
2 hours 55 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
Talk

Speaker
Hartmut Claus, Instructor for dual studies in mechatronics

Duration
20 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
Questions about OHB and the degree apprenticeship in Computer Sciences.

Speaker
Erik Denhardt, Instructor for dual studies in mechatronics

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
Questions about OHB and the degree apprenticeship in Mechatronics/Space Systems Engineering.

Speaker
Hartmut Claus, Instructor for dual studies in mechatronics

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
Questions regarding vacancies, work placement students, and application possibilities at OHB.

Speaker
Malin Ollenschläger HR for Recruiting

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
 Exciting discussions on the following topics:

  • Apprenticeship in digitization management

  • Apprenticeship in e-commerce

  • ‘Flexi-Studium’ and student internships at Sparkasse Bremen

  • Degree apprenticeship

  • Recruiting process – What you need to know about job applications

Duration
 30 minutes

Registration
Register here
Limited to 50 participants

Description
What can I study and how can I study at Uni Bremen? What are the entry requirements? We explain everything!

Duration
15 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description
Questions and answers on all aspects of the general academic skills you need during your studies.

Speakers
Studierwerkstatt

Format
Talk followed by Q&A

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description
What is the difference between a single major subject, major subject, minor subject, and state examination?

Duration
15 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description
Talk

Speaker
Ulrich Uffelmann (Training Manager)

Duration
20 Minutes

Participation

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
Exciting discussions on the following topics:

  • Apprenticeship in digitization management

  • Apprenticeship in e-commerce

  • ‘Flexi-Studium’ and student internships at Sparkasse Bremen

  • Degree apprenticeship

  • Recruiting process – What you need to know about job applications

Duration
 30 minutes

Registration
 Register here
 Limited to 50 participants

Description
Questions about OHB and the degree apprenticeship in Computer Sciences.

Speakers
Erik Denhardt, Instructor for dual studies in mechatronics

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Beschreibung
Questions about OHB and the degree apprenticeship in Mechatronics/Space Systems Engineering.

Speaker
Hartmut Claus, Instructor for dual studies in mechatronics

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
Questions regarding vacancies, work placement students, and application possibilities at OHB.

Speaker
Malin Ollenschläger HR for Recruiting

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
clikc here 

Meeting-ID: 128 830 8432 
Code: uniCampus333 

You will be greeted in the reception room, your area of ​​interest will be asked and you will be assigned to the appropriate rooms.

Description
Would you like to get to know our apprentices? Would you like direct answers to your questions concerning apprenticeships at the University of Bremen? Drop into the Azubi-Lounge on Zoom between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on June 8, 2021. We look forward to seeing you!

Duration
2 hours

Speakers
Silke Heinrich and apprentices at the University of Bremen

Participation
Register here

 

Description
The University of Bremen Career Center is a joint initiative between the University of Bremen and the Federal Employment Agency Bremen-Bremerhaven. Julia Bohlmann and Brigitte Gauder, academic advisors from the Federal Employment Agency Bremen will be offering advice on all aspects of studying and starting your career on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, as part of the OPEN CAMPUS WEEK.

The academic job market has been changing noticeably for decades. As a result of the growing variety of professional opportunities available, students’ need for information regarding their professional future is also increasing significantly.

In one-on-one digital interviews held from 3 p.m.  to 6 p. m., prospective students, students, graduates, and research associates will receive answers to questions regarding career orientation and goal-setting, possible fields of activity, and the qualification requirements as well as suggestions for shaping their studies and the transition from university to the job market.

Speakers
Brigitte Gauder & Julia Bohlmann

Duration
3 hours

Participation
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Konferenzkennung: 414450452 

Description
What does the teacher training program at Uni Bremen entail? Which subjects can be combined? How long are the practical components?  How high are the entry requirements?  Find out everything you need to know about studying to become a teacher in Bremen. 

Duration
15 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description
The successful completion of a master's degree opens up the option of remaining at the university to obtain a doctorate. But what does that mean, and is this the right decision for me?
BYRD (Bremen Early Career Researcher Development) provides information about the general conditions at the University of Bremen and about pursuing a doctorate in general.

Speakers
Dr. Diana Ebersberger and Dr. Marie Sander, BYRD

Format
Informational event with a question and answer session

Duration
90 minutes

Registration
Registration is now open via the BYRD website

Beschreibung
Join for a virtual tour of the University of Bremen's campus!

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description

Many students approach the search for an internship and the internship itself with some trepidation. However, the issue is often even more complicated for international students due to the language barriers involved, cultural differences, and less developed professional networks. At the same time, internships are the first experience of the German work environment for many international students and therefore one of the most important building blocks for successful entry into the German labor market after graduation.

Of course, there are a great many international students at the University of Bremen who have not only found an internship position, but have also successfully completed the internship. It is these students who will talk about their experiences during their internships in a panel discussion. The panel discussion is aimed at international students at Uni Bremen who need or want to complete an internship.

This discussion will be held in English!

Duration
60 minutes

Speakers
Rebekah Cramer, Career Center Bremen

Participation
Register here

 

Description
Come along and ask any questions you may have!

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
Login data can be found here as of June, 8.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Campus International - We stay connected!

Description
Time spent working or studying abroad during your university studies is a highlight without an expiry date, after which you bring exciting adventures and both personal and professional experiences back home with you. At this event, students and teachers talk about studying abroad and how they benefit from these experiences both in their studies and day-to-day in school. Afterwards, those interested in teacher training gain an insight into support programs, contacts, and advisory services at Uni Bremen, plus there is a wealth of information material available to download.

Duration
60 minutes

Language of this session
German

Participation
click here

Code: 811683
Meeting-ID: 948 7565 4892 

Description
Did you know that your time spent studying at the University of Bremen is also the perfect time to study or complete an internship abroad? It doesn’t matter whether you answered that question with yes or no – drop in and find out what amazing opportunities are available to you for adding an international component and unforgettable experience to your study portfolio.

Duration
2 hours

Language of this session
German & English

Participation
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Meeting-ID: 970 5923 2875
Code: 447486

Description
The YUFE (Young Universities for the Future of Europe) Local Student Group invites you to speak with current YUFE students. If you have already been wondering for a long time how YUFE can enrich your studies, then this event is just right for you! We interview incoming and outgoing DST students in order to give you an insight into the Diploma Supplement Track (DST). At the end of our event, you will also have the chance to ask questions.

Duration
45 minutes

Language of this session
English (flexible)

Participation
Click here

Meeting-ID: 950 5671 9205
Code: 711436

Description
The International Graduate School for Dynamics in Logistics (IGS) has been welcoming doctoral candidate from all over the world for 15 years. Logistics calls for interdisciplinary cooperation – globalization means diversity. As such, the IGS fosters not only scientific diversity but also cultural coexistence. This will be explained with 5 short talks followed by plenty of time to ask your questions to current and former doctoral candidates at the IGS.

Speakers
Dr.-Ing. Ingrid Rügge, doctoral candidates and Alumni of IGS

Duration
60 minutes

Language of this session
German & English

Participation
click here

Meeting-ID: 998 4778 6640
Code: 182865

Description
How do you actually learn a language and what resources can you use? Look forward to discovering new methods in the workshop.

Format
Workshop

Duration
60 minutes

Language of this session
German & English

Participation
Register here
Limited to 15 participants. 

 

Description
After a short talk by Bremen-based educationalist Prof. Yasemin Karakaşoğlu on research findings from Germany on the experiences of international scholars with universities in Germany, there will be an exchange with interested international scholars and hosts on the extent to which the study results also reflect experiences at the University of Bremen, where they differ, and what the university can do to improve the services it offers to this target group. The Café International event, which is held weekly, presents an opportunity to get to know each other, exchange ideas, and discuss different topics..

Duration
90 minutes

Language of this session
English

Participation
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Meeting-ID: 970 4459 6220
Code: 437256

Description
Let’s speak English!  Guided by a host, you can finally refresh your English again at the English language café. Beginners and advanced learners are welcome.

Duration
60 minutes

Language
English 

Participation
Register here
Limited to 15 participants

Description
With YUFE, we are creating a new form of university. We are inviting interested students to join us and achieve this together – let’s get creative at the YUFE Schnack@ Open Campus! We will be presenting the ideas that have been proposed so far and want to hear your opinions. In conversations and discussions, we want to find out more about your wishes and how you imagine European studies to be: What would your dream European university and European studies be like? The European university should be international, networked, and flexible – but how exactly would you design your study program? Create YUFE together with us! We are inviting everyone who is interested in (or has reservations about) experiencing studying abroad and interested in helping design a new university. We look forward to seeing you!

Duration
60 minutes

Language of this session
German & English (flexible)

Participation
click here

Meeting-ID: 970 6482 8420
​​​​​​​Code: 396474

Description
In Germany, the public debate regarding the COVID-19 pandemic is almost exclusively dominated by discussions of lockdown measures and vaccination campaigns along with their (supposed) failings. Together with international scholars, we would really like to discuss a global dimension. Which social, ethnic, and even racist factors determine the spread of the virus?

Panel guests include: Prof. Dr. Rozena Maart, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, Director of the Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity, and Research Ambassador of the University of Bremen; Prof. Dr. Hajo Zeeb: Professor of epidemiology focusing on prevention and evaluation, University of Bremen; Head of the Department of Prevention and Evaluation at the Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology – BIPS GmbH

Duration
2 Stunden

Language of the panel
English

Participation
click here

Webinar-ID: 951 0489 8019
Code: 104019

Description
Do lectures take place only in the university auditoria? Not at all! As the CampusKino Bremen is currently not able to transform the large auditorium of the Keksdose lecture theatre into a cinema due to the pandemic, it is offering an interactive online program every Wednesday evening. Using Netflix and the Teleparty plug-in, we want to watch movies together and chat with you to help you get through the daily university routine. On June 9, we will be screening The King, an epic war film directed by David Michôd, based on several plays from William Shakespeare’s "Henriad". Henry, Prince of Wales, Hal, is the emotionally distant eldest son of King Henry IV of England. Between the fronts of his British Kingdom and his own people's lack of confidence in him, he must, always accompanied by his confidante Falstaff, find a way to lead the country in these difficult times and to prove himself worthy of his father's legacy. June 9th, start 20:15 via Netflix Teleparty. You can join the Telaparty from 20:00 using the link www.campuskino-bremen.de. All you need is the Chrome browser, the Teleparty plug-in (download from www.teleparty.com), and your own Netflix account. You can find additional information on our accounts on Facebook and Instagram.

Language
Choose yourself!

June 9th, start 8.15 PM via Netflix Teleparty
www.campuskino-bremen.de

 

Thursday, June 10, 2021

Uni Aktiv - sports, nutrition and health

Description

The AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven cordially invites you to two exclusive online seminars on the topic of mental health titled “Mentaltraining”. Our regional cooperation partner RehaZentrum Bremen will be taking us through the thrilling online seminars.
Those interested in taking part should register quickly: there are only spaces for 12 students per seminar. In this seminar, a psychologist will introduce you to the topic of mental training and interact with you throughout the event.  

Learn how to appreciate moments consciously without analyzing them and to live in the here and now. You promote concentration on the things you are doing right now and ensure that you consciously experience the beautiful things. Learn how to integrate mental training into your day-to-day life and anchor yourself consciously in the here and now.

Registration for one of the online seminars is possible as of 10 a.m. on May 17, 2021. The first 12 students to register for one of the seminars listed below will receive a confirmation by e-mail on Monday, May 31, 2021. You will receive the dial-in data for the event separately from RehaZentrum Bremen. The seminars will be hosted using GoToMeeting.

Don’t forget: All registered students will also be entered into a prize draw for an exclusive self care box. What’s that? Just wait and see!

Hostey by AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven & RehaZentrum Bremen

Speakers
Psychology M.Sc. Mirja Debertshäuser, Support Jana Holm

Duration
60 minutes (excl. 15 minutes break)

Participation
Register here

 

Description

The AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven cordially invites you to two exclusive online seminars on the topic of mental health titled “Kraftquellen”. Our regional cooperation partner RehaZentrum Bremen will be taking us through the thrilling online seminars.
Those interested in taking part should register quickly: only 12 students can be accepted per seminar. In this seminar, a psychologist will introduce you to the topic of sources of strength and interact with you throughout the event.  

Giving and selfless acts are good and important, but establishing boundaries and taking care of yourself is at least just as important.  
Learn to take good care of yourself. Recharge your batteries to be stronger. Identify your sources of strength and, in doing so, strengthen yourself internally.

Registration for one of the online seminars is possible as of 10:00 on May 17, 2021. The first 12 students to register for one of the seminars listed below will receive confirmation by e-mail on Monday, May 31, 2021. You will receive the dial-in data for the event separately from RehaZentrum Bremen. The seminars will be hosted using GoToMeeting. 

Don’t forget: All registered students will also be entered into a prize draw for an exclusive self care box. What’s that? Just wait and see!

Hosted by AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven & RehaZentrum Bremen

Speakers
Dipl. Rehabilitation psychologist Steffi Reetz, Support Katharina Hess

Duration
60 minutes (excl. 15 minutes break)

Participation
Register here

 

Description

The “Fitness rundum” (All-round fitness) online exercise course improves basic stamina and physical performance. The sessions focus on high-intensity elements to improve stamina and functional strength exercises to engage the whole body.  

The sessions are held as online group meetings to create a shared sporting activity despite the distance between colleagues and classmates and using your own equipment at home. It promotes health and equally reinforces the feeling of a community. As such, the emphasis is on fun and the positive health benefits in equal measure. Here, too, the focus is on health-oriented correction and live instruction and correction from our physical therapists and health scientists.

You will need: Gym clothes, a drink, a small towel, a yoga mat or something similar to lie on.

Hostedy by AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven & Cornamix

Trainer
Mila

Duration
30-45 minutes

Participation
https://zoom.us/j/91760765648?pwd=NXlrbWsrR0x1b0RkUE5SQzhHQ3Vydz09

Meeting-ID: 917 6076 5648
Kenncode: AOK

 

Description

The AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven cordially invites you to two exclusive online seminars on the topic of mental health titled “Mentaltraining”. Our regional cooperation partner RehaZentrum Bremen will be taking us through the thrilling online seminars.
Those interested in taking part should register quickly: there are only spaces for 12 students per seminar. In this seminar, a psychologist will introduce you to the topic of mental training and interact with you throughout the event.  

Learn how to appreciate moments consciously without analyzing them and to live in the here and now. You promote concentration on the things you are doing right now and ensure that you consciously experience the beautiful things. Learn how to integrate mental training into your day-to-day life and anchor yourself consciously in the here and now.

Registration for one of the online seminars is possible as of 10 a.m. on May 17, 2021. The first 12 students to register for one of the seminars listed below will receive a confirmation by e-mail on Monday, May 31, 2021. You will receive the dial-in data for the event separately from RehaZentrum Bremen. The seminars will be hosted using GoToMeeting.

Don’t forget: All registered students will also be entered into a prize draw for an exclusive self care box. What’s that? Just wait and see!

Hostey by AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven & RehaZentrum Bremen

Speakers
Psychology Xenia-Luise Behnke, Support Jana Holm

Duration
60 minutes (excl. 15 minutes break)

Participation
Register here

 

Description

Join in live – offered by the Uni Bremen Occupational Health Management (WHM)

The active mini break relieves the work-related physical stresses (too much sitting and hunching over computers) on your employees and distracts their minds with something else for a short while. A movement coach invites you to counteract your day-to-day posture with simple exercises and explains the positive effects of regular exercise breaks. A quick but effective means of counteracting work-related muscular imbalance. The focus here is on strength and mobility exercises which can all be done standing and won’t see anyone break out in a sweat. Extra gym clothes are not necessary – join in wearing your normal work attire.

Trainer
Markus Schnare, Dipl. Sportlehrer

Duration
15 minutes

Description
The presentation “Der Wert von korrektem Krafttraining für unsere Gesundheit (The value of correct power trainíng for our health) given by Yannick Hoppe (M.A.  Sports Sciences / B.A. German Language and Literature) and Yannick Lankenau (B.A Fitness Economics), communicates adequate basic knowledge for muscle training, paying particular attention to training control and periodization. There will be a particular focus on the importance of methodical training and achieving appropriate growth stimuli within a training process.
Given the current societal situation during the COVID-19 pandemic, the talk will illustrate existing problems regarding muscle status and training, highlight the current muscular state in society, and outline the relationship between the muscle system and the immune system.
In order to offer a perspective and a clear recommendation with regard to regular muscle training, excessive stamina training and strength training will be compared with regard to their effects.

Hosted by Sportlounge Munte

Speakers
Yannick Hoppe (M.A. sports science & B.A. Germanistik) und Yannick Lankenau (B.A. fitness economy)

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description

Join in live – offered by the Uni Bremen Occupational Health Management (WHM)

The active mini break relieves the work-related physical stresses (too much sitting and hunching over computers) on your employees and distracts their minds with something else for a short while. A movement coach invites you to counteract your day-to-day posture with simple exercises and explains the positive effects of regular exercise breaks. A quick but effective means of counteracting work-related muscular imbalance. The focus here is on strength and mobility exercises which can all be done standing and won’t see anyone break out in a sweat. Extra gym clothes are not necessary – join in wearing your normal work attire.

Trainer
Markus Schnare, Dipl. Sportlehrer

Duration
15 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description

The AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven cordially invites you to two exclusive online seminars on the topic of mental health titled “Kraftquellen”. Our regional cooperation partner RehaZentrum Bremen will be taking us through the thrilling online seminars.
Those interested in taking part should register quickly: only 12 students can be accepted per seminar. In this seminar, a psychologist will introduce you to the topic of sources of strength and interact with you throughout the event.  

Giving and selfless acts are good and important, but establishing boundaries and taking care of yourself is at least just as important.  
Learn to take good care of yourself. Recharge your batteries to be stronger. Identify your sources of strength and, in doing so, strengthen yourself internally.

Registration for one of the online seminars is possible as of 10:00 on May 17, 2021. The first 12 students to register for one of the seminars listed below will receive confirmation by e-mail on Monday, May 31, 2021. You will receive the dial-in data for the event separately from RehaZentrum Bremen. The seminars will be hosted using GoToMeeting. 

Don’t forget: All registered students will also be entered into a prize draw for an exclusive self care box. What’s that? Just wait and see!

Hosted by AOK Bremen/Bremerhaven & RehaZentrum Bremen

Speakers
Dipl. Rehabilitation psychologist Steffi Reetz, Support Katharina Hess

Duration
60 minutes (excl. 15 minutes break)

Participation
Register here

 

Description

Movement is food for the body and soul. Moving rhythmically and fluidly to music is not boring exercise but linked with fun, happiness, awareness of your body, and the release of endorphins. Taking part in the online course allows participants of all ages, weights, and levels of fitness to refind themselves, listen to music, and feel.  
That puts you in a good mood and improves mobility and blood circulation throughout the body. This type of exercise is especially suitable for those who do not like to go jogging or do not want to go cycling to burn off calories or improve their stamina. It is for everyone who wants to get a clear head and thinks having fun is just as important as doing something good for your health.

You will need: Gym clothes, a drink, a small towel. 

Trainer
Julia

Duration
30-45 minutes

Participation
https://zoom.us/j/95429784008?pwd=T1ZHSk9iU0tiaW5vcmRpb05VQU8xQ09

Meeting-ID: 954 2978 4008
Kenncode: AOK

 

 

Description

Join in live – offered by the Uni Bremen Occupational Health Management (WHM)

The active mini break relieves the work-related physical stresses (too much sitting and hunching over computers) on your employees and distracts their minds with something else for a short while. A movement coach invites you to counteract your day-to-day posture with simple exercises and explains the positive effects of regular exercise breaks. A quick but effective means of counteracting work-related muscular imbalance. The focus here is on strength and mobility exercises which can all be done standing and won’t see anyone break out in a sweat. Extra gym clothes are not necessary – join in wearing your normal work attire.

Trainer
Markus Schnare, Dipl. Sportlehrer

Duration
15 minutes

Participation
Register here

 

Description

The “Fitness rundum” (All-round fitness) online exercise course improves basic stamina and physical performance. The sessions focus on high-intensity elements to improve stamina and functional strength exercises to engage the whole body.  

The sessions are held as online group meetings to create a shared sporting activity despite the distance between colleagues and classmates and using your own equipment at home. It promotes health and equally reinforces the feeling of a community. As such, the emphasis is on fun and the positive health benefits in equal measure. Here, too, the focus is on health-oriented correction and live instruction and correction from our physical therapists and health scientists.

You will need: Gym clothes, a drink, a small towel, a yoga mat or something similar to lie on.

Hostedy byAOK Bremen/Bremerhaven & Cornamix

Trainer
Mila

Duration
30-45 minutes

Participation
https://zoom.us/j/94402470832?pwd=dzRCcENRR0RreVZZU1hhR0tqT1VMQT09

Meeting-ID: 944 0247 0832
Kenncode: AOK

 

 

Description

The international C19 ISWS study was launched in April 2020 with the aim of investigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students’ well-being and behavior which puts their health at risk. All in all, students from 26 counties, including around 2,000 from the University of Bremen, participated in the survey. The results highlighted considerable changes in the physical activity behavior of German students. The majority of students expressed concern and stress regarding pandemic-related changes to their studies. The deterioration of study conditions was also clearly linked to the students’ mental well-being. The study offers specific suggestions for how universities can help and what actions to take.
The short talk will be followed by a Q&A session and a chance to discuss the results.

Speakers
Dr. Heide Busse, Leiterin der Fachgruppe Angewandte Interventionsforschung, Abteilung Prävention und Evaluation

Duration
15 minutes talk, 15 minutes Diskcussion

Participation
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Description

Join in live – offered by the Uni Bremen Occupational Health Management (WHM)

The active mini break relieves the work-related physical stresses (too much sitting and hunching over computers) on your employees and distracts their minds with something else for a short while. A movement coach invites you to counteract your day-to-day posture with simple exercises and explains the positive effects of regular exercise breaks. A quick but effective means of counteracting work-related muscular imbalance. The focus here is on strength and mobility exercises which can all be done standing and won’t see anyone break out in a sweat. Extra gym clothes are not necessary – join in wearing your normal work attire.

Trainer
Markus Schnare, Dipl. Sportlehrer

Duration
15 minutes

Participation
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Description

Movement is food for the body and soul. Moving rhythmically and fluidly to music is not boring exercise but linked with fun, happiness, awareness of your body, and the release of endorphins. Taking part in the online course allows participants of all ages, weights, and levels of fitness to refind themselves, listen to music, and feel.  
That puts you in a good mood and improves mobility and blood circulation throughout the body. This type of exercise is especially suitable for those who do not like to go jogging or do not want to go cycling to burn off calories or improve their stamina. It is for everyone who wants to get a clear head and thinks having fun is just as important as doing something good for your health.

You will need: Gym clothes, a drink, a small towel. 

Trainer
Julia

Duration
30-45 minutes

Participation
https://zoom.us/j/96523844515?pwd=YUo2cW9aQWJwL3Q5TG8vanFTRlRpZz09

Meeting-ID: 965 2384 4515
Kenncode: AOK

 

 

Friday, June 11, 2021

OPEN CAMPUS

Description
The DLR’s roots go back more than 100 years. Our world has changed enormously since then. Curiosity, the spirit of research, and the will to create have given rise to new trends, products, and developments time and time again. DLR Technology Marketing forms the interface between research and industry. Its job is to handle the cross-sectoral transfer of DLR technologies and be the contact partner for innovative enterprises of all shapes and sizes.

Speaker
Dr. Gunnar Spies

Format
Talk

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description
With contributions from three student on the topics of “Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf den Fichtenbestand im Nationalpark Bayerischen Wald” (Effects of Climate Change on the Number of Spruce Trees in the Bayerischer Wald National Park), “Wird Land Grabbing in Afrika durch Politik erleichtert?” (Is Land Grabbing in Africa Facilitated by Politics?), and “Open Government Data in der Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung: Das Infosystem Bremen Kleinräumig” (Open Government Data in Urban and Regional Development: The Bremen Kleinräumig information system).

Speakers
Prof. Dr. Julia Lossau (Institut für Geographie)
Prof. Dr. Ivo Mossig (Institut für Geographie) und Studierende:

  • Contribution 1 (Fichtenbestand): Lilian Ottmers, Deike Rieken, Laura Scheiper und Manon Voss
  • Contribution 2 (Landgrabbing): Fabian Gienke, Svenja Gudel und Benedikt Huster
  • Contribution 3 (Bremen Kleinräumig): Kyra Boxberger, Denise Wächter, Bianca Wowra

Format
Talk and prasentation

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description
Q&A session with the AStA Students’ Union at the University of Bremen You can talk about anything that interests you about the AStA.

Speakers
Student members of the AStA

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description

At the Leibniz Institute for Materials Engineering (IWT), scientists from a wide variety of disciplines conduct joint research into materials-oriented future technologies with a focus on classic metals such as steel and aluminum, but increasingly also on hybrid composite materials.  

Dr. Friedhelm Frerichs is one of them. In his overview, he provides an exciting and demonstrative insight into materials research at the Leibniz IWT and shows where it is already being successfully applied.  

Speaker
Dr. Friedhelm Frerichs

Format
Talk with Q&A

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
Radar satellites don’t just have a large field of view from space – they can also see through clouds. That makes them particularly suitable for observing large areas of ocean and gathering information on wind, the motion of the seas, and sea ice, but also for detecting oil spills and recognizing ships. This is one way of monitoring protected areas and uncovering illegal fishing, for example. The scientists at the DLR Maritime Safety and Security Lab Bremen develop methods to harvest a wide range of maritime information from the radar data. They are optimized in such a way that the data can be made available in near-real time, in order to provide users with an image of the maritime situation shortly after the satellite flies over the area. The talk will provide an insight into the researchers’ working methods and the wide range of fields of application of maritime remote sensing.

Speaker
Dr. Sven Jacobsen 

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 150 participants!

Description
Questions and answers on all aspects of the general academic skills you will need during your studies

Speakers
Studierwerkstatt

Format
Talk with Q&A

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description

So you thought mathematical research was just for math nerds with degrees? Well think again!
Why not come along to our digital term workshop at 14:00 and use play in the form of number puzzles to explore how so-called number walls can be constructed and how we can predict the result of a number wall?

The matelier team, led by Prof. Knipping, cordially invites you one and all to explore number and term walls.
The matelier is a room at the University of Bremen where everything revolves around mathematics. In addition to the math library, a large selection of mathematical games and materials is available. Under normal circumstances, classes from schools in Bremen are invited to a so-called researcher day every week. Owing to the pandemic, it has not been possible to host these researcher days on site for the last year — so we have held them online instead!

Speakers
Prof. Dr. Christine Knipping, Daniela Schansker und als Studierende Hanna Plöger, Linus Thönnes, Torge Langhans und Jasmin Kück

Format
Workshop

Duration
90 minutes

Participation
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Description

MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences at the University of Bremen  – stands for marine climate research of the highest caliber. The scientists investigate the role played by the ocean and the seafloor in the entire Earth system. In addition to the fields of research and the “Ocean Floor – Earth’s Uncharted Interface” Cluster of Excellence located at the MARUM, the requisite infrastructure is also being further developed.  

Training, research, and development are carried out here — and we want to introduce these areas at the Speed-Dating with  MARUM event. We shall therefore be welcoming Elda Miramontes García, Franziska Tell, and Philipp Koschinsky. A junior professor, Elda Miramontes García studies the sedimentation processes on the seafloor. Franziska Tell is currently writing her doctoral thesis on the carbon cycle in the Arctic Ocean. Philipp Koschinsky develops autonomous and remotely operated underwater vehicles in the marine technology field to enable sustainable environmental observations to be undertaken in the deep sea.

Speakers
Elda Miramontes Garcia, Franziska Tell und Philipp Koschinsky

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
Limited to 25 participants!
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Description
Would you like to get to know our apprentices? Would you like some direct answers to your questions about apprenticeships at the University of Bremen? Then why not drop into the Azubi-Lounge on Zoom from 14:30 on June 11, 2021, We are available for questions for an hour and look forward to seeing you!

Speakers
Silke Heinrich and apprentices of the University of Bremen

Format
Exchange

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description
The war in Syria has left behind it a divided country with hundreds of thousands dead, millions of refugees, destroyed cities, and uprooted cultural communities. Now, after almost a decade of war, the Syrian state has the military upper hand and controls most of the previously contested territories and cities.  

Although the rebel organizations have not been able to achieve their military and political goals, there are currently no prospects for a regulated end to the state of war, the return to the former political order, or even initial forms of reconciliation between the hostile factions. Referring to findings from conflict and Middle East research, Roy Karadag explains why the war in Syria has yet to end, what is keeping it alive, and the complex dynamics to which 
conflict resolutions are subject.Der Syrienkrieg hat ein gespaltenes Land mit Hunderttausenden Toten, Millionen Flüchtlingen, zerstörten Städten und entwurzelten kulturellen Gemeinschaften hinterlassen. Nach mittlerweile zehn Kriegsjahren hat der syrische Staat die militärische Oberhand  und beherrscht die meisten der vormals umkämpften Territorien und Städte. 

Speakers
Dr. Roy Karadag, Institut für Interkulturelle und Internationale Studien (InIIS)

Format
Talk and discussion

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description
The Earth’s ecosystems contain many interconnections which may appear surprising at first glance. Some actions trigger changes at great distances and after considerable periods of time. Nils Moosdorf talks about the Earth system and attempts to shed a little light on its complexity, particularly with regard to water cycles.  
Nils Moosdorf is a professor of coastal hydrogeology at the University of Kiel and head of the WG Submarine Groundwater Discharge at the ZMT. He is fascinated by the complexity of the Earth and conducts research into the role of groundwater in the Earth system. He is particularly interested in how the agricultural use of fertilizer on fields affects the stocks of fish in the seas via the groundwater.

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Nils Moodorf
Hydrogeologe am Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenforschung (ZMT) und Professor für Hydrogeologie der Küstengebiete an der Universität Kiel

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 20 participants!

Description
The two satellites of the GRACE Follow-On (Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment-Follow-On) Earth observation mission have been orbiting the Earth since May 2018. They measure the Earth’s gravitational field and how it changes over time with high accuracy. The aim of the Earth observation mission is to utilize the gravitational field to draw conclusions about the water masses it contains and hence about climate change.

Speaker
Dr. Meike List

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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3 p.m. - Dialog with scientists 1: Natural catastrophesDescription
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 1: Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, and other natural catastrophes

Speakers
Prof. Katrin Huhn-Frehers, Dr. Andreas Klügel, Prof. Achim Kopf

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants!

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 2: Raw materials — What is the cost of life today and tomorrow?

Speakers
Prof. Wolfgang Bach, Prof. Martin Fleckenstein, Prof. Simone Kasemann

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 3: The environment is changing – The consequences of our actions

Speakers
Prof. Thomas Pichler, Dr. Marcus Elvert

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants!

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 4: Deep oceans – (un)discovered worlds

Speakers
Prof. Gerhard Bohrmann, Dr. Miriam Römer, Dr. Florence Schubotz

Format
Meet-The-Expert 

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 5: The climate is changing  – is the Earth under threat?)

Speakers
Dr. Mahyar Mohtadi, Prof. Heiko Pälike, Prof. Alessio Rovere

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants!

Description
Would you like to find out more about the topic of internationalization at the University of Bremen? Do you perhaps have questions concerning our partner universities, exchange programs, the options for international scholars and students, or even our activities in the European YUFE network? Maybe you also have some suggestions for us?
We look forward to speaking with you and answering your questions.
Why not drop into our live chat?

Speakers
Employees of the International Office and the YUFE Team

Format
Live-Chat

Duration
120 minutes

Participation
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Description
For those on the outside, a university is a labyrinth, an enigma, a leviathan, an ivory tower...for those on the inside, it is a place of work, a meeting place, a place for fulfilling desires, of boredom and being overwhelmed, for refectory meals, parties, and falling in love. How can the questioning looks of some and the personal experiences of others be exchanged? How can the unfamiliar become familiar and a tangible experience and the familiar become unfamiliar and abstract again?

To mark the 50th anniversary of the University of Bremen, we are inviting you to join us on a performative tour of the university campus where past, present, and future events merge together. What stories have already unfolded here? Who is living and working here now? What desires and visions will people have in the future?
But beware – the boundaries between the documentary, the staged, and the coincidental are hazy. Fail to pay attention and you may find yourself lost in the labyrinth...

Speakers
Students of the B.A. Kultur-Medien-Ästhetische Bildung
Lead: Johanna Pätzold, Manuela Weichenrieder

Format
Führung

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
Intelligent technologies can offer a large added value in the field of healthcare by offering overstretched healthcare personnel support and giving patients with restricted mobility additional independence. DFKI researcher Felix Goldau presents the joint research project AdaMeKoR. In this project, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) is working in cooperation with partners on adaptive robotic solutions for the healthcare sector. The Cyber-Physical Systems research department is working on control mechanisms to allow simple use of robotic arms, for example when reaching for objects. The scientist uses a video to explain how the system works and gives a live demonstration of its use on a hospital bed in the Bremen Ambient Assisted Living Lab (BAALL). The speaker will also be available for questions afterwards.

Speakers
Felix Goldau, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI), Cyber-Physical Systems

Format
Talk

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description
MRI (magnet resonance imaging) is employed in hospitals to take images of the inside of our bodies: how do we think, how does the heart beat, why do people become sick? We explain and demonstrate how MRI works, how such images are produced, and what they look like – plus what you can do with them.
A wonderful insight into medicine and technology.

Speakers
Dr. Jochen Hirsch, Dr. Klaus Eickel

Format
Digital tour

Duration
90 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 30 participants

Description
Climate change and the associated global warming have a grip on our planet and are transforming ecosystems and biotopes at a dynamic pace. The Arctic, where this change is most evident, is plunged into the darkness of the polar night for half of the year – rendering observation of the unique, northern ice deserts difficult. This talk shows how a satellite with radar can overcome the darkness of the polar night and deliver an insight into the disappearing worlds of the Arctic sea ice.

Speaker
Karl Kortum

Format
Vortrag

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
All languages have to master the same tasks, but do so in a wide variety of ways. With selected examples, we will set off together on a journey of grammatical discovery around the globe.

Speaker
Prof. Thomas Stolz (Fachbereich 10)

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description
Wireless Compose 2 is a radiowave-based communications network operating on the International Space Station (ISS). A smart shirt with integrated sensors measures astronauts’ vital signs and transmits the values to other systems aboard the Space Station via the communication network.

Speakers
Christian Strowik und Martin Drobczyk

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Description
Dr. Tim JennerjahnThe term 'Blue Carbon’, which was coined a decade ago, has become a magic word in climate protection in the search for solutions to our climate problem. It helped to focus global attention in science, politics, and society at large onto the coastal ecosystems, which are important natural sinks of carbon. Research efforts have increased considerably and today ‘Blue Carbon’ is a currency in politics and society at large, so to speak. But what actually is this mysterious “blue carbon” and can it really save our climate?

Dr. Tim Jennerjahn is a biogeochemist at the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), where he heads the  “Ecological Biogeochemistry” working group. He has been studying material cycling in tropical coastal ecosystems primarily in China and South East Asia for many years.

Speaker
Dr. Tim Jennerjahn

Format
Meet-the-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description

Seaweed has long been a staple part of the diet in Asia. Sea grapes (also known as “green caviar”, Caulerpa lentillifera) are green macroalgae characterized by their particular texture, high nutritional value, and antioxidative potential.  They are in high demand in Japan, Singapore, and China, and could contribute to a stable food supply with sustainable farming.

Doctoral candidate Lara Stuthmann conducts research into the ecology and physiology of these algae in laboratory experiments and field studies at the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT).  She works in close cooperation with the ZMT’s partners in Vietnam, where the green caviar is grown among other things.  Sea grapes can now sometimes be found in Germany too, but mostly in the longer-lasting, dehydrated form.  Green caviar is best eaten fresh, for example in salads.  In this interview, Lara Stuthmann tells us more about seaweed farming in pools in Vietnam and explains how algae can contribute to sustainable aquaculture.

Speakers
Lara Stuthmann
Doktorandin am Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenforschung (ZMT)

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 10 participants

Description

At the Leibniz Institute for Materials Engineering (IWT), scientists from a wide variety of disciplines conduct joint research into materials-oriented future technologies with a focus on classic metals such as steel and aluminum, but increasingly also on hybrid composite materials.  

Dr. Friedhelm Frerichs is one of them. In his overview, he provides an exciting and demonstrative insight into materials research at the Leibniz IWT and shows where it is already being successfully applied. 

Referent
Dr. Friedhelm Frerichs

Format
Talk with Q&A 

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
Remote sensing of seas and oceans with satellites

Speakers
Dr. Stefan Wiehle und Dominik Günzel

Format
Talk

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
Mathematics education is the science of teaching and learning mathematics. The common research interest in the mathematics education working group is gaining a deeper understanding of and further developing mathematical teaching and learning processes. The wide range of projects in our working group focus on very different areas. As part of the Open Campus week we will be presenting examplary projects on two posters and in a video contribution. We cordially invite you to attend the discussion session and chat with us about our work! We look forward to seeing you!

Poster 1

Poster 2

Video

Speakers
Prof. Dr. Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs, Prof. Dr. Christine Knipping, Prof. Dr. Maike Vollstedt, Marie-Theres Brehm, Fiene Bredow, Martin Ohrndorf, Aylin Thomaneck

Format
Meet-The-Expert 

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
Mangrove forests will be affected by changes in the global climate such as global warming, rising sea levels, and fluctuations in the salinity of brackish water. This is compounded by local pressure from human usage. What consequences do these factors have for this tropical ecosystem and the functions it performs? Martin Zimmer is searching for an answer in the interaction between the individual system components and in the food webs and material flows in mangroves and their neighboring ecosystems. He is currently focusing on the new concept of ecosystem design. What does that entail?

Martin Zimmer travels to various tropical countries for his field studies – from Australia to Indonesia to Brazil to Mexico. However, the day-to-day work of the mangrove researcher on site is far less exotic than it might first sound: Martin Zimmer and his team often find themselves waist-deep in mud, taking sample cores from the sediment in 40°C heat surrounded by swarms of mosquitoes and having to ensure the whole time that these samples are not contaminated and so can be analyzed when they get back to the institute. That’s no mean feat!

Referent
Prof. Dr. Martin Zimmer
Mangrovenökologe am Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenforschung (ZMT) und Professor für Mangrovenökologie an der Universität Bremen

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 10 participants

Description
We invite you to get to know us and test your knowledge of Bremen and the library on our wheel of fortune!

Speakers
Rachel Ellis, Claudia Bodem, Anke Winsmann

Format
Quiz-Format

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 1: Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, and other natural catastrophes

Speakers
Prof. Katrin Huhn-Frehers, Dr. Andreas Klügel, Prof. Achim Kopf

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 2: Raw materials — What is the cost of life today and tomorrow?

Speakers
Prof. Wolfgang Bach, Prof. Martin Fleckenstein, Prof. Simone Kasemann

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 3: The environment is changing – The consequences of our actions

Speakers
Prof. Thomas Pichler, Dr. Marcus Elvert

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 4: Deep oceans – (un)discovered worlds

Speakers
Prof. Gerhard Bohrmann, Dr. Miriam Römer, Dr. Florence Schubotz

Format
Meet-The-Expert 

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants

Description
Ask our experts your questions about current and pressing topics from the geosciences and discuss the issues with them!
Topic 5: The climate is changing  – is the Earth under threat?)

Speakers
Dr. Mahyar Mohtadi, Prof. Heiko Pälike, Prof. Alessio Rovere

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limited to 25 participants

Description
Synthetic fuels (future fuels) produced  as part of the drive to generate electricity from renewable energies are expected to make a decisive contribution to improving the CO2 balance and reducing emissions of air pollutants such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the transport sector in the future. At DLR, we are researching various technologies for the production and use of synthetic fuels for aviation, shipping, and road transport.

Speaker
Dr. Juliane Prause

Format
Talk

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
What does the West Antarctic – despite being 17,000 kilometers away – have to do with the German North Sea coast? More than you might think! The ice sheet covering the West Antarctic, more than two kilometers thick in some parts, has proved to be very fragile in the past. If this ice were to melt, sea levels around the world would rise by up to 5 meters. Might something like that happen in the near future? And, if so, how quickly would we feel the consequences? Torsten Bickert, a scientist at MARUM, reports on an expedition with the Polarstern research vessel to study these dynamics of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS). This will be accompanied by a brief introduction to the topic, current images of the work at the edge of the “eternal” ice, and initial research results.

Speaker
Dr. Thorsten Bickert

Format
Talk

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Description
BIBA looks at the product and the process. The entire product life cycle is put under the microscope, especially the production and logistics processes associated with manufacturing the product, delivering it to the customer, and servicing it. The goal is modern, transparent, and sustainable production and logistics in the service of society.

In a guided tour of the BIBA research hall and the LogDynamics Lab, we will show you selected research results and demonstrators.  Among other things, you can find out about an autonomous assistance system for supporting human-machine collaboration in assembly processes as well as for unloading containers.  Discover how sensor technology can support the loading of components and how it imparts transparency into your supply chain processes.  

Speaker
Dr.-Ing. Matthias Bullwinkel

Format
Tour

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Description
Discover the language of our neighbors to the east!

Instructor
Violetta Kozik-Rafii

Format
Workshop

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Description
Autonomous robots developed for use in space are also suitable for hostile environments here on Earth, like the deep sea. At the same time, space robots can also be tested under water, where it is possible to simulate the same weightlessness conditions encountered in space. DFKI scientist Christan Koch reports live from the Robotics Innovation Center’s Maritime Exploration Hall and uses video footage to present the EU project PULSAR. The project deals with the challenge of sending large structures such as space telescopes into space that can only be assembled once they arrive. The solution: Robots which assemble the structures autonomously from modular components. The project partners test the technologies developed in a large saltwater pool. The speaker will also be available for questions afterwards.

Speakers
Christian Koch, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI), Robotics Innovation Center

Format
Talk 

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Description
The Earth’s ecosystems contain many interconnections which may appear surprising at first glance. Some actions trigger changes at great distances and after considerable periods of time. Nils Moosdorf talks about the Earth system and attempts to shed a little light on its complexity, particularly with regard to water cycles.  
Nils Moosdorf is a professor of coastal hydrogeology at the University of Kiel and head of the WG Submarine Groundwater Discharge at the ZMT. He is fascinated by the complexity of the Earth and conducts research into the role of groundwater in the Earth system. He is particularly interested in how the agricultural use of fertilizer on fields affects the stocks of fish in the seas via the groundwater.

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Nils Moodorf
Hydrogeologe am Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenforschung (ZMT) und Professor für Hydrogeologie der Küstengebiete an der Universität Kiel

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 20 participants

Description
Quantum mechanics deals with the physical properties of minute objects such as elementary particles and atoms. Although these quantum objects often behave very strangely, they provide the basis for many of today’s and even more of tomorrow’s technologies.

While the first quantum revolution gave us laser and semiconductor technologies, the second quantum revolution promises entirely new approaches in the fields of quantum communication, quantum computing, quantum sensor technology, and right up to quantum radar. It is all about perfectly interception-proof communication, extremely efficient calculations, and sophisticated measurement methods.

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Claus Lämmerzahl (ZARM)

Format
Talk Länge

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
Have you ever experienced zero gravity? We do all the time in the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM) – or at least our experiments do – and they don’t even need to fly into space for it. On our tour through ZARM, we would like to explain how and why we conduct research into zero gravity and what our large laboratory, the 146-meter-high Fallturm Bremen drop tower, is all about. We will also take a look to the left and right, as you will soon notice there are other exciting laboratories to be discovered close to the Drop Tower – including a habitat that might one day be found on the Moon or Mars. Of course, once we reach our destination, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the fantastic view over the rooftops of Bremen from the top of the Drop Tower. ZARM scientist Dr. Benny Rievers will open our doors virtually and is looking forward to your visit! 

Speaker
Dr. Benny Rievers

Format
Tour

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Description
The world’s population is constantly increasing, but key resources like fertile soil, water, and mineral fertilizers are becoming scarcer. From an ecological perspective and in the interest of sustainability, it makes sense to source more food from the sea. Holger Kühnhold discusses the chances of sustainable aquaculture and the possibilities of utilizing unfamiliar but nutritious food from the sea such as jellyfish, sea cucumbers, and “green caviar”.

After graduating high school. Holger Kühnhold had to choose between his two dream careers: master chef or marine researcher. He ultimately decided to study marine biology. The focus for him was then the extent to which marine resources can supply us with food more sustainably than agriculture. He now works at the ZMT and is involved in the Food for Future project exploring the nutritional potential of previously untapped marine resources such as jellyfish.

Speaker
Dr. Holger Kühnhold
Postdoc at Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenforschung (ZMT)

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Description
We, the FB2 (Faculty 2 – Biology/Chemistry) teaching staff, cordially invite you to take part in a discussion.

It's for everyone: Those interested in the natural sciences, students, pupils, children.
We will introduce ourselves briefly and then open individual virtual rooms, where you are welcome to join us.

Ask us questions about the videos you have seen in our pagoda.
The topics are

  • Cell biology & genetics: What do mitochondria do in the cell? How does it work with three parents?
  • Neurobiology: What research is being conducted into Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s? How does our brain function?
  • Virology: Why is the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic progressing as it is and not differently? How does the protective COVID-19 vaccine work?
  • Diabetology: Can viruses trigger diabetes? How can I protect myself against diabetes?
  • Ecology: Are there fungi in the sea? Biodiversity on the uni campus
  • Astrochemistry: What do comets taste like and how do we know?
  • Studying chemistry/biology at Uni Bremen: What are our main fields of research and what is the structure of the chemistry/biology program?
  • How is the pandemic affecting university studies?
  • Apprenticeship: How do I become a chemistry or biology lab technician at Uni Bremen?Wir, die Lehrenden am FB2 laden Sie ganz herzlich ein zu einer Diskussion mit uns. 

Speakers
Teaching staff of Chemistry and Biology

Format
Meet-The-Expert, Discussion

Duration
90 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 30 participants

 

Description
Seaweed has long been a staple part of the diet in Asia. Sea grapes (also known as “green caviar”, Caulerpa lentillifera) are green macroalgae characterized by their particular texture, high nutritional value, and antioxidative potential.  They are in high demand in Japan, Singapore, and China, and could contribute to a stable food supply with sustainable farming.

Doctoral candidate Lara Stuthmann conducts research into the ecology and physiology of these algae in laboratory experiments and field studies at the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT).  She works in close cooperation with the ZMT’s partners in Vietnam, where the green caviar is grown among other things.  Sea grapes can now sometimes be found in Germany too, but mostly in the longer-lasting, dehydrated form.  Green caviar is best eaten fresh, for example in salads.  In this interview, Lara Stuthmann tells us more about seaweed farming in pools in Vietnam and explains how algae can contribute to sustainable aquaculture.

Speakers
Lara Stuthmann
Doktorandin am Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenforschung (ZMT)

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 10 participants

Description
MRI (magnet resonance imaging) is employed in hospitals to take images of the inside of our bodies: how do we think, how does the heart beat, why do people become sick? We explain and demonstrate how MRI works, how such images are produced, and what they look like – plus what you can do with them.
A wonderful insight into medicine and technology.

Speakers
Dr. Jochen Hirsch, Dr. Klaus Eickel

Format
Digital tour

Duration
90 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 30 participants

Description
The minerals found in volcanic rock tell us a story about what happens before a volcanic eruption. Follow along live for the analysis of these minerals with a electron beam microprobe and ask any questions you may have.

Speakers
Dr. Andreas Klügel

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Description
After this session, you you will be able to order your food in Italian the next time you go to an Ialian restaurant.

Speaker
Antonella Lavagno

Format
Workshop 

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 20 participants

Description
An amusing quiz shows how varied and entertaining science is!  Lennart Wulf from the Universum® presents exciting experiments to follow and guess the outcome. There will be a question about each of the ten or so experiments which participants can answer in advance. Which will hit the ground first - a walnut or a sheet of paper? And, can you hear if there is no air? Even when fun is the most important aspect: you can’t help learning something!

Presenter
Lennart Wulf

Format
Science-Quiz, Länge 45 Minuten

participation
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Description
Black holes are surrounded by an event horizon that light and other signals can traverse from the outside inward but not from the inside outward. This is why black holes are not directly visible. However, we can observe radiation originating from their surroundings. This talk explains how we can observe black holes using this indirect approach. In particular, it will examine the 2017 and 2020 Nobel Prizes in Physics and discuss the image of a black hole published by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration in 2019.

Speaker
Dr. Volker Perlick (ZARM)

Format
Talk, 

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Description
The COVID-19 pandemic has had the world in its clutches for more than a year. Policy focus has been on reducing the rate of infections and keeping the healthcare system running. This event will take a perspective focusing on the well-being of the population. Vaccines and other measures aimed at reducing the number of infections play a key but not the only role.

Speakers
Prof. Dr. Hajo Zeeb und Prof. Dr. Ansgar Gerhardus (Fachbereich 11 - Human- und Gesundheitswissenschaften)

Format
Talk and Discussion

Duration
60 minutes

Participation
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Description
The world’s population is constantly increasing, but key resources like fertile soil, water, and mineral fertilizers are becoming scarcer. From an ecological perspective and in the interest of sustainability, it makes sense to source more food from the sea. Holger Kühnhold discusses the chances of sustainable aquaculture and the possibilities of utilizing unfamiliar but nutritious food from the sea such as jellyfish, sea cucumbers, and “green caviar”.

After graduating high school. Holger Kühnhold had to choose between his two dream careers: master chef or marine researcher. He ultimately decided to study marine biology. The focus for him was then the extent to which marine resources can supply us with food more sustainably than agriculture. He now works at the ZMT and is involved in the Food for Future project exploring the nutritional potential of previously untapped marine resources such as jellyfish.

Speaker
Dr. Holger Kühnhold
Postdoc at Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenforschung (ZMT)

Format
Meet-The-Expert

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 20 participants

Description
Fancy a digital games evening with games like Kahoot, Codenames, GarticPhone, Skribbl, and more? Let’s get to know each other in a relaxed atmosphere! To allow us to plan better, please fill in the following form: docs.google.com/forms/d/1bu9b3_jakNpAW2BAglfZX9MmGdb67OLF7Vg-CnG6rrg/edit    You can also drop by to find out more here: up2date.uni-bremen.de/campusleben/studierendeninitiativen-engagieren-waehrend-coronaLust auf einen digitalen Spieleabend mit Kahoot, Codenames, GarticPhone, Skribbl & mehr? Lern uns in entspannter Atmosphäre kennen!

To allow us to plan better and access the Zoom link, please fill out this form

Speakers
Active e.V., AIESEC, bonding-studierendeninitative e.V., Bremergy e.V., Live Sciences Studierenden Initiative (btS), Hochschulgruppe für Sicherheits-und Außenpolitik (HSAP), Lokale Erasmus Initiative (LEI), ROCK YOUR LIFE! Bremen e.V., UNICEF Hochschulgruppe Bremen, VWI/ESTIEM Uni Bremen

Format
Online Games

Duration
3 hours

Description
Get a first taste of a unique language

Speaker
Miok Ha

Format
Workshop 

Duration
45 minutes

Participation
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Limted to 20 participants

Description
In the working group for Optimization and Optimal Control, we help solve problems from the real world. How does a crane move without vibrating? How does a car park optimally? Our WORHP software can answer these questions and more. The questions are also not all that different from the standard math problems found in schools. In this workshop, I will be showing how our software can be used to solve school math problems. Transposing this to real-world problems is then basically as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Speaker
Dr. Matthias Knauer

Format
Talk

Duration
30 minutes

Participation
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