The EUNICE universities, which include BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, have developed a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that covers a variety of topics from a global perspective. Until May 31, anyone and everyone interested can participate via the EUNICE website; for some BTU degree programs, the course can be selected as an elective module.
Your heart beats for your research? Let us share it with you! Present your project at the 2nd Brandenburg Science Slam. You would like to do this, but have never done it before? No problem. We have the workshops that will prepare you perfectly. Register by February 28!
Photovoltaic systems on the roof of a house or on a greenfield site are nothing unusual in Upper Lusatia. But few people are aware that solar systems can also float. That could soon change. In the future, floating modules will capture sunlight on Lake Mortka in Lohsa to produce green electricity as part of a research project.
Researchers at the Leibniz Institute for Aging Research in Jena and the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU) were able to show that even a small component of this messenger is sufficient to mediate the full function of skeletal muscles.
Skeletal muscle fulfills a variety of tasks in the organism and demonstrates an astonishing ability to adapt and regenerate. The research group led by biologist Prof. Julia von Maltzahn is working on approaches to improve the regeneration of skeletal muscle.
Melanie Jaeger-Erben heads the Department of Sociology of Technology and the Environment at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU), is a successful scientist and enjoys cycling to work.
Press release of the Ministry of Science, Research and Culture (MWFK): Minister Schüle and Minister Vogel learn about the Institute for Environmental Sciences and Technology on the sidelines of the cabinet meeting in Cottbus
In the future, BTU students, applicants, and prospective students will be able to address their questions to the new Student Service Center at the Main Campus Cottbus and the Campus Senftenberg. The name change is also accompanied by new premises and changes in responsibilities.
The office hours of the Admissions & Registrar's Office at all three BTU campuses will be cancelled from 6 to 10 February 2023.