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The University of Passau focuses its research on the guiding themes of ‘Digitalisation, Networked Society and (Internet) Cultures’, ‘Europe and Global Transformation’ and ‘Migration, Sustainable Development and Just Order’. The Digital Research Magazine presents selected projects on the University's research themes in a high-quality online format. 

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Sustainable Development

Awards Ceremony of the 59th Maths Olympiad at the University of Passau

At the awards ceremony for the Bavarian state round of the Maths Olympiad at the University of Passau, climate expert Professor Hans Joachim Schellnhuber motivates pupils to become active in climate protection. By Nicola Jacobi

Gender Inequality

Cover des Buches "Economics of Gender Inequality" von Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm und Isabel Günther

To mark International Women's Day, 'Economics of Gender Inequality' about the work of Professor Stephan Klasen is being published on line. He has been one of the first researchers to put gender inequality on the academic and political agenda.

Cyber-Spaces

Studie der Universität Passau: Blitzmarathons bremsen Raserinnen und Raser nur kurz. Foto: Adobe Stock

Professor Stefan Bauernschuster and Dr. Ramona Rekers have spent four years evaluating millions of datasets to show that speed trap campaigns are only effective in the short term.

Prof. Dr. Hannah Schmid-Petri, Inhaberin des Lehrstuhls für Wissenschaftskommunikation an der Universität Passau.

Professor Hannah Schmid-Petri is new member of the board of directors of the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation. In this interview, she talks about digitalisation in public discourse and what challenges it brings with it.

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