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January 2022

11.01.2022: Sustainability Forum 2022: "Many questions until Paris - via climate quiz together into the start of the year"

The Sustainability Forum (NHF) cordially invites you to attend the kick-off meeting on Tuesday, 18.01.2022 at 6:00 pm via video conference. To participate, interested parties can simply send an email with the subject "COP21" to nachhaltigkeitsforum@rub.de and receive access details to the Zoom event.

11.01.2022: Invitation: General Assembly of the Civil Engineering Student Council on 25.01.2022

On Tuesday, 25.01.2022, the full meeting of the Civil Engineering Student Council will be held on Zoom at 6:00 pm. All Civil Engineering students are invited to attend. Please see the invitation below for more details.

11.01.2022: Invitation: General Assembly of the UI/UTRM Student Council on 18.01.2022

The student council UI/UTRM invites you to the annual general assembly on 18.01.2022. Unlike initially planned, this time the plenary meeting will be offered as an online-only event via Zoom. Start is at 2:30 p.m.

 
December 2021

23.12.2021: A Different Way of Building Bridges: “Waschbären” from the Waldschule Visit the Faculty

"Bridges" is the current topic of the "Waschbärenklasse" (raccoon class) at the Waldschule in Querenburg, and so the elementary school students came to visit the faculty to get a firsthand look at the world of experts on the subject.

23.12.2021: Dr.-Ing. Cornelia Kalender appointed President of Windtechnologische Gesellschaft Deutschland: An Interview

Dr.-Ing Cornelia Kalender studied environmental engineering and resource management at the RUB, but only came into contact with the topic of wind during her studies as part of her diploma thesis supervised by Prof.-Dr.-Ing. Höffer, owner of the Wind Engineering and Fluid Mechanics working group. As a student assistant at Niemann Ingenieure working under Prof. Höffer's predecessor em. Prof. Hans-Jürgen Niemann, she was involved in a wide variety of engineering projects at an early stage, including wind tunnel measurements. Hooked by the topic, she started working as a research assistant for Prof. Höffer in spring 2008. In 2014, she received her doctorate on the topic of „Windinduzierter Partikeltransport – Synergetische Kombination von physikalischer und numerischer Simulation“. As a Post Doc at the working group, she continues to work in the areas of computational fluid dynamics and wind tunnel experiments for wind flows in the built environment. In November, she was appointed president of the Windtechnologische Gesellschaft Deutschland, a welcome occasion to talk to Dr.-Ing Cornelia Kalender in more detail.

20.12.2021: Merry Christmas!

We wish all students, employees, alumni, friends of our faculty a Merry Christmas and a good start into the New Year. At the same time, we would like to thank everyone who has accompanied us through an eventful and successful 2021. Happy holidays to all of you and a healthy and happy 2022!

09.12.2021: Review: Academic Year Celebration 2021

Last Friday, December 03, 2021, the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering invited to the annual Academic Year Celebration. Due to the pandemic, the ceremony was transmitted live from the Audimax via zoom. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rüdiger Höffer, Vice Dean of the Faculty, and UI master student Kiara Stein hosted the event.

01.12.2021: Offer for Prospective Students: Digitale Hochschultage

BI or rather UI? Prospective students take note: In December, our study programs Civil Engineering (BI) and Environmental Engineering (UI) will be introducing themselves at the online event Digitale Hochschultage of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum on December 15. Interested students as well as high school students from grade 10 are cordially invited to participate in the free event.

 
November 2021

23.11.2021: We introduce: RUBy

The Department of Computing in Engineering welcomes its new team member: RUBy. The robot dog from the manufacturer Boston Dynamics can be used on rough construction sites, climb stairs independently as well as avoid obstacles. This makes it unique in the university landscape.

08.11.2021: Prof. Dr. techn. Günther Meschke is the new prorector for research and transfer

On November 1, 2021, the new RUB rectorate has started its term of office. Prof. Dr. techn. Günther Meschke, head of the Chair of Statics and Dynamics, has been elected prorector by the RUB University Election Assembly.