Where does the water from the toilet, sink and shower go? What happens to the rainwater? In the Children's University, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Koziol from the Department of Urban Engineering shows what happens to our wastewater from apartments and houses, which path it takes underground through the city and how it is cleaned and discharged into rivers.
Students in third through sixth grades are invited to attend this Children's University lecture from the comfort of their sofa at home. After the required registration by e-mail, they will be sent the link to access the lecture. The Kinderuni lecture for participants at the Cottbus central campus will begin on Thursday, April 28, at 3 and 5:15 p.m. and will last 45 minutes. Registrations and inquiries can be made at the e-mail address heike.postelt(at)b-tu.de or by calling 03573 85-280.
On Saturday, April 30, at 11 o'clock this lecture begins for the participants at the Campus Senftenberg.For this registrationsand/or inquiries under the email address kinderuni(at)b-tu.de as well as under telephone 03573 85-335 takeplace.
Background Children's lectures are intended to arouse interest in solving scientific and other problems at an early age, and to give children the opportunity to experience the flair of a university. The BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg provides solutions to scientific phenomena of everyday life in a child-friendly, exciting way and thus creates formative experiences and experiences that are intended in particular to reduce the inhibition threshold to a university.
For more information on the Children's and Pupils' University and other BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg offerings for children and pupils: www.b-tu.de/unileben/kinder-und-schueler