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12.02.2019: Open Day 2019
On Friday, 22.03.2019 between 11:00 a.m. and 15:30 p.m., the three engineering faculties will open their doors again for interested visitors, organized by "Alles ING!".
19.03.2019: New professor at the faculty: Interview with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martina Flörke
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martina Flörke (formerly University of Kassel) succeeds Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Andreas H. Schumann and now heads the Chair of Engineering Hydrology and Water Management. At the start, she answered questions from the PR team about her research areas, her motivation and her plans for the future.
12.02.2019: TANDEM.MINT: Registration until 15 March for language exchange
In the language tandem programme "TANDEM.MINT", students of engineering and natural sciences can not only improve their foreign language skills with a native speaker (or with students with advanced language skills), but also develop their intercultural skills. The registration deadline for the summer semester is 15 March 2019.
13.02.2019: Career opportunities after the Master's degree
The two events "Ways to Dr.-Ing." and "Direct entry into the company with a Master's degree" offer prospective Master graduates in engineering orientation for conscious career planning. In addition to a wide range of information, there is also the opportunity to exchange ideas with alumni and current doctoral candidates.
05.03.2019: Annual “Deutscher Bautechnik-Tag” in Stuttgart
On the 7th and 8th of March, representatives of the Chair of Building Materials Technology, the Chair of Statics and Dynamics and the SFB 837 took part in the “Deutscher Bautechnik-Tag” at the ICS Stuttgart, which was organized by the German Concrete and Construction Engineering Association (DBV - Deutscher Beton- und ...
14.02.2019: 50th anniversary of the service of Prof. em. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. mult. Bernhard Maidl
On Thursday, 14 February, the President of Ruhr University Bochum, Prof. Dr. Axel Schölmerich, together with SFB 837 Vice-Coordinator Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Thewes honoured Prof. em. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. mult. Bernhard Maidl for his 50th anniversary of service. Worldwide, Prof. Bernhard Maidl is one of the leading experts in tunnel construction.
07.02.2019: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Geistefeldt again in expert interview on the subject of permanent congestion
With 486,000 kilometres of traffic jams last year, NRW is number one in Germany-wide comparison. In an interview with the "WAZ", Prof. Dr.-Ing. Justin Geistefeldt of the chair of transport - planning and management explains that permanent congestion on the motorways in NRW will not decrease. Instead, traffic will continue to ...
06.02.2019: Meeting on the digital building application using building models (BIM)
Digital building permit procedures are currently being introduced in Germany. A new project aims to speed up the approval procedure for building applications by incorporating digital 3D building models. The scientific partner is the team led by Prof. Dr. Markus König from the Chair of Computer Science in Engineering, which ...
05.02.2019: New Student Representatives elected
On 04.02.2019 the Student Council of Civil Engineering invited to this year's plenary meeting. After the last year of the student body and the cash balance were reported, the new student body council was introduced and elected. Afterwards the evening ended in a cosy round.
17.01.2019: Plenary Assembly of the Civil Engineering Student Council
On Monday, 04.02.2019 at 16:00 p.m. the plenary assembly of the student representative council civil engineering takes place in the "Komm" room (03/173).
04.02.2019: Career fair "Car-connects" in Bochum on 7 February 2019
During the Car-connects, the largest German career fair for the automotive industry, on February 7, 2019, students and graduates of engineering courses can make valuable contacts for their professional future. More than 100 exhibitors are expected.
25.01.2019: english testtitle
english teasertextNeue Daten über Staulängen in Nordrhein-Westfalen heizen aktuell wieder die Diskussionen über Dauer-Staus an. Die Opposition hielt der Landesregierung „verkehrspolitisches Versagen“ am vergangenem Donnerstag vor. Für Prof. Dr.-Ing. Justin Geistefeldt vom Lehrstuhl für Verkehrswesen - Planung und ...