"Science meets school" provides insights into studies and research

The focus of BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg's current online orientation offerings is physics on Monday, January 24, and computer science on Wednesday, January 26.

Pupils from Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Hessen, Schleswig-Holstein and Thuringia will take part in order to gain exciting insights into research topics and at the same time get to know the study programs at BTU. Interested parties still have the opportunity to register for "Science Meets School" at short notice. There are still a few remaining places.

On January 24, Prof. Dr. Götz Seibold and Prof. Dr. Harald Schenk will organize the program for participants interested in physics from grade ten. Between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., this will include short lectures and exercises in addition to a study program presentation. "The cell phone in your ear. Or: How Micromechanics Shapes Our Habits" and "Superconductivity: The Phenomenon That Came in from the Cold" are the current topics.

On January 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., a mix of lectures, brainteasers and a Q&A session awaits those interested in computer science from the eleventh grade up. Prof. Dr. Klaus Meer, Prof. Dr. Petra Hofstedt, Prof. Dr. Oliver Hohlfeld and Prof. Dr. Ingo Schmitt invite you to attend. In addition to exciting topics of computer science studies - also related to the Internet - a project on artificial intelligence at the Carl-Friedrich-Gauss-Gymnasium Frankfurt (Oder) will be presented, for example.

Further information and registration: https://www.b-tu.de/studium/informationen-beratung/angebote-fuer-schulen/wissenschaft-trifft-schule-1


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Exciting program points on studies and research await the participants in "Science Meets School".