University of Hamburg
University of Hamburg
Location: Hamburg - Hamburg
We, you, it: everyday, each one of us uses pronouns, but how do we use them when? Now a team of researchers wants to find out and is receiving funding from the German Research Foundation to do so. The group Praktiken der Personenreferenz: Personal-, Indefinitund Demonstrativpronomen im Gebrauch will receive roughly â‚¬2 million over a period of 4 years.
Trade wind cumulus clouds are found on about 20 percent of the globe and cool the planet. Until now, it was expected that these clouds would become fewer due to global warming and thus exacerbate climate change. A team led by Dr. Raphaela Vogel of the University of Hamburg has now been able to disprove this. Their study was published in the scientific journal Nature.
On 31 October, you can once again visit and discover more than 30 Hamburg museums free of charge. This year, the University Museum, the Computer Museum, and the Plaster Cast Collection of the Archaeological Institute will be taking part, offering a varied program.
Quantum technologies promise faster solutions for many scientific and technology questions. A consortium led by Dieter Jaksch from Universität Hamburg awarded EUR 4.9 million EU funding for the calculation of fluid dynamics using quantum technology.
If you are interested in science, research, politics, culture, and society, check out the General Lecture Series at Universität Hamburg. In Winter Semester 2022/2023, Universität Hamburg offers roughly 160 public lectures on various topics. The lectures begin on 17 October 2022 and end February 2023.
After the restrictions on students and staff enforced by the coronavirus pandemic in terms of teaching, researching, and in administration in the last two and a half years, Universität Hamburg has taken a clear position for the Winter Semester: University operations will take place in-person. As current political developments may result in changes in the energy supply market, Hamburg's largest university has already put a Building Operations Plan into place.
Whether for international doctoral researchers, visiting scholars, or new appointments from abroad: Universität Hamburg will be able to welcome them all to a new Gästehaus. Right next to the Museum am Rothenbaum-Kulture und Künste der Welt (MARKK) and thus also close to many University buildings and the central von-Melle-Park Campus, a total of 63 modern 1-3 room apartments are being constructed on Feldbrunnenstrasse. The foundation stone was laid today for the new construction, run by Universität Hamburg. Opening is scheduled for 2024.