We wish all new students at the faculty a good start of the semester and a successful winter semester! The welcome brochures for all first-year students from the BI & UI programs are also available online – either in the download area or here...
The timetables for the faculty's courses for the winter semester are available online in the download area.
Which course will take place in presence, which online? Students can now find information about the courses for the winter semester 2021/22 here. Read more...
If you are vaccinated against or recovered from Covid, you can receive a green sticker for your student identity card to facilitate check-in to on-site courses and activities. The stickers are fraud-proofed in that they cannot be removed without being destroyed.
Since Wednesday, September 29th, a central distribution point for these stickers has been established at Nordforum on campus.Read more here...
The "Ersti-Tutorium" for Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering bundle each current information on entering the bachelor's degree programs as well as on the "Ersti-Week" in the Moodle course "Bauing Erstis 2021/2022 (WiSe21/22)" and "UI Erstis 2021/2022 (WiSe21/22)".
All information about the first semester events in winter semester 2021/22 will be announced here shortly. Read more here...
Prospective students can still enroll for the admission-free bachelor's degree programs in Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering until the start of lectures for the winter semester 2021/22.
Dr. Svenja Fischer and former research associate Phillip Bühler were honored by the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) with the "Tison Award" for the scientific publication "Timescale-based flood typing to estimate temporal changes in flood frequencies". The award annually recognizes the best publication by young scientists in the peer-reviewed "Hydrological Science Journal".
Wind power, hydropower, photovoltaics and other forms of energy generation with low CO2 emissions are supposed to drive the energy transition. But what does this mean for the development of water supply and demand? In the research project "WANDEL - Water Resources as a Significant Factor of the Energy Transition on a Local and Global Level", Prof.'in Dr.-Ing. M. Flörke and the project partners calculated how the new energy mix will affect water availability worldwide. She will explain which conflicts result and why water can become a limiting factor in the next issue of the RUB science magazine "Rubin".
The Academic Year Celebration for the graduating classes of 2020/21 and 2021/22 will take place on 3rd December 2021 as a mixture of online and face-to-face formats with new, exciting programme elements. More information will follow here shortly.
Learn more about events offered for pupils, students, employees, as well as other interested persons.