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10.05.2022

BTU beteiligt sich am Bündnis für mehr Verbindlichkeit im Klimaschutz

BTU-Präsidentin Prof. Gesine Grande zählt zu den Unterzeichner*innen eines offenen Briefes an den brandenburgischen Ministerpräsidenten Dietmar Woidke, der konkretere Ziele für den Klimaplan des Landes fordert. Darüber hinaus bestehen die Unterzeichnenden auf ein Klimaschutzgesetz. Noch zum 3. Juni können sich Brandenburger*innen online in den Klimaplan einbringen

Benefits and drawbacks of the theory for architecture

How do everyday life and the art of building as well as thing and space relate to each other in architecture? These two tensions have always been discussed in architectural theory. Now, a symposium at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU) is deliberately juxtaposing these topics in an antagonistic way.

09.05.2022

04.05.2022

Potsdam Day of Science - the BTU participates

"Research. Discover. Participate." This is the motto of the Potsdam Science Day on Saturday, May 7, 2022. The BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg will once again be involved in this showcase of Brandenburg as a research location with an exciting and informative program.

Exploring the Moon with the Children's University

"The moon has risen" - this famous first verse from the "Evening Song" by the poet Matthias Claudius is the title of the online lecture of the Children's University of the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg on Thursday and Saturday, May 12 and 14, 2022.

EUNICE Global Studies Course in Spain: Registration open

An Erasmus+ Blended Intensive Programme on globalisation will take place at the University of Cantabria in Santander this summer. The application deadline at BTU is May 11. Participating students can be accommodated with local families.

03.05.2022

BTU sets an example for peaceful coexistence

On May 4, 2022, benches against racism were inaugurated at the university campuses in Cottbus and Senftenberg: At the central campus with BTU President Prof. Gesine Grande and at the Senftenberg campus with Vice President for Studies and Teaching Prof. Peer Schmidt

BTU students praise intensive support and excellent facilities

This year, the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU) once again receives top marks in the renowned CHE university ranking. In the current evaluation of subjects in the engineering sciences, the BTU is represented with its offerings in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering and civil engineering.

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