IÖW and BTU scientist Prof. Bernd Hirschl has handed over the expert report on the Brandenburg Climate Plan to Climate Protection Minister Axel Vogel. The almost 500-page report contains recommendations for a Brandenburg climate protection strategy and proposed measures for the state's climate plan.
To promote new cooperations as well as to deepen existing cooperations within the European higher education area, the International Relations Office offers initiation trips for BTU members (university teachers and academic staff) to existing or potential new partner universities.
The BTU has explicitly set itself the goal of further increasing the proportion of women in the entire field of science. Equality of all genders, equal opportunities and family orientation therefore form important cross-sectional tasks and basic principles at our university.
Prof. Dr. Sylvia Sacco heads the Department of Management in Health and Social Organizations at the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. She conducts research on the topic of domestic violence. In this interview, she provides insights into her research on physical and sexualized violence against women.
Comprehensive information about dual study opportunities is available to prospective students at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU). Participation is possible both in presence and online.