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Nov. 30, 2021

Talk to them, not about them

The Augsburg Science Prize for Intercultural Studies 2021 goes to Dr Laura Otto (University of Bremen) for her dissertation on young refugees. Jennifer Adolé Akue-Dovi (University of Hamburg) receives the sponsorship award for her Master's thesis on racist stereotypes in children's media. A special prize, unique this year, will be awarded to Dr Nora Haakh (Free University of Berlin).

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Nov. 8, 2021

New research premises for the Faculty of Medicine

While the university's medical campus is still under construction, the research operations of the new university medicine chairs are already underway. In order to provide the professors with the appropriate infrastructure until this is completed, a total of around 6,300 m² of research space has been rented at four locations.

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Nov. 4, 2021

Prestigious award for machine-human research

Prof. Dr Elisabeth André was awarded the international ICMI Sustained Accomplishment Award in Montréal. The award is given to researchers whose contributions have significantly advanced the development of multimodal interaction, interfaces and systems.

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Oct. 28, 2021

Ecological development of ceramic composites

At the Institute for Materials Resource Management, the research project "CU EcoCeramic" investigates the potential ecological and economic optimization of fibre reinforced ceramic composite structures based on a Life Cycle Assessment, starting with the manufacturing processes and ending with the recycling options.

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Oct. 12, 2021

Welcome to the winter semester

University of Augsburg kicked off the winter semester 2021/22 with the introduction and orientation week starting on October 11, with classes beginning on October 18.  "We are pleased that after a long time we finally have more presence on our campus and welcome especially our freshmen very warmly," welcomes Prof. Dr. Sabine Doering-Manteuffel, President of the University of Augsburg.


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Oct. 5, 2021

Nobel Class for Honorary Doctor Prof. David Audretsch

The University and the Faculty of Business and Economics congratulate their honorary doctor Prof. David Audretsch, Ph.D., on being named a Citation Laureate™ by the Institute for Scientific Information. Since 2002, the Institute has annually named the most influential researchers in the disciplines of medicine, physics, chemistry and economics from the more than 52 million articles indexed in the Web of Science since 1970.

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