The district of Lower Bavaria is documenting public art on the "Art in Lower Bavaria" web platform. Thanks to the work of students at the Chair of Professor Trempler, the project has been enriched by around 70 works of art in recent months.
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits have conducted research on a mummy within the scope of the Big Picture research project using 3D x-ray computer tomography. Researchers from the University of Passau are also involved.
What role can judges play in tackling the climate crisis? Professor Jörg Fedtke discusses these and other issues with an international panel including judges and legal scholars as well as students from the University of Passau.
Max Planck Fellow and legal scholar Suhailah Akbari is one of very few Afghan women who pursue a professorship career. During her stay at the University of Passau, she became a mother and successfully managed to combine family and research.
Up until now, the black community in the U.S. has not received any compensation for slavery. Professor Jörg Fedtke discusses with Professor Robert Westley from Tulane University the reasons and the German concept of Vergangenheitsbewältigung.
Her newsletter renders the opportunities and challenges of digitalisation comprehensible to a broad public. Ann Cathrin Riedel, chairwoman of Digital Policy LOAD e.V., has received the first For..Net Media Award.
It all began with a Franco-German Study Partnership: At the University of Passau, digital actors from industry, academia, and government are working together to advance digital systems research. By Nicola Jacobi