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For first semester students: Initial information for the winter semester 2020/21

Welcome to the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences! Here you can find out what you need to know to start your studies in these special times. This news is updated regularly, so it's definitely worth coming back!

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Extension of junior professorship of Verlängerung der Juniorprofessur von Jun. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Vogel

With the presentation of the certificate by Dean Prof. Dr.-Ing. Höffer the junior professorship of Jun. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Vogel was extended yesterday. He was also assigned the status of a civil servant with limited tenure.

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Crossing 2020 - registration phase for career event is now open

From application check to business etiquette to exciting lectures by engineers and companies on all aspects of starting a career - this year's CrossING event will take place online and offer Master students on 23 & 24 September 2020 extensive preparation for their career start.

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Further step for digital building permit procedures with RUB participation

From planning on the basis of BIM models to approval - with the support of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus König, Head of the Chair of Computing in Engineering, the new building of the Dortmund-based company Louis Opländer Heizungs- und Klimatechnik GmbH is being realised completely digitally and thus contributes as a reference object ...

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Online lecture about "Biodiversity at the doorstep - gardens, parks, cemeteries & tips" on 22.09.2020

What is biodiversity, why do we need it and what measures can help? The "Nachhaltigkeitsforum" invites you to the next web lecture on 22.09.2020 at 6 p.m. Sofia Zeisig (B.Sc. Biology) and Patrick Ritter (M.A. Culture & Sociology) from the Green Alliance in Bochum will provide insights into the topics of biodiversity, ...

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WaterMiner: Reuse mining waste water

The Ha-Long Bay in Vietnam is a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, a tourist magnet and an important mining location at the same time. A research team led by Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Harro Stolpe, holder of the Chair of Environmental Engineering + Ecology, investigated how mining wastewater can now help to meet the increasing ...

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About "gray energy" and why there is no such thing as one sustainable building material: Interview with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Annette Hafner, Holder of the Chair for Resource Efficient Building

The construction industry is responsible for a significant part of global CO2 emissions. This is mainly due to the raw materials used, such as cement, concrete and steel. In addition, further environmental damages are caused, for example due to the high consumption of sand and gravel, which are often mined in nature areas that ...

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