Online Meetup Research abroad – Widening your horizons
Insights into the exchange of perspectives among internationally engaged researchers at the online meetup, in […]Weiterlesen
Hadrons, Leptons, and Mesons – Understanding the Building Blocks of the Universe.
The University of Siegen is by no means a particularly large university, but despite this […]Weiterlesen
Dr. Dipankar Das recognised for best oral presentation at POLY-CHAR 2021
Dr. Dipankar Das, who is currently conducting research at the University of Siegen as an […]Weiterlesen
Smallest-scale technologies for a big medical impact
With the further development of the Center for Micro and Nanochemistry and Engineering (Cµ), the […]Weiterlesen
How do people with disabilities live in West Africa?
In cooperation with the University of Ghana, the University of Siegen is conducting research into […]Weiterlesen
How has international research been affected by the current global pandemic? Insights from our research alumni network
Throughout 2020, the way in which we live and work has changed significantly due to […]Weiterlesen
AfricaSign: Overcoming barriers to participation in education using technology
One of the strongest benefits to research collaborations is that they allow researchers from different […]Weiterlesen
How can a gummy bear-like substance help to detect bacteria in wounds or drinking water?
Since becoming an Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral scholar, Dr. Dipankar Das has been busy working […]Weiterlesen
How does mathematics impact upon our society, and how can the teaching of mathematics be improved?
For many people, words such as philosophy, history, and society aren’t necessarily those which first […]Weiterlesen
Nucleic acids and photochemistry: a bridge from Moscow to Siegen.
Dr. Daria Berdnikova came to Siegen for the first time in 2011 as a visiting […]Weiterlesen
A Long-Standing Research Collaboration between Norfolk State University (USA) and the University of Siegen.
When Prof. Dr. Page R. Laws, Professor of English and Dean of the R. C. […]Weiterlesen
Prof. Schädler welcomes two Ghanaian researchers to Siegen
For the University of Siegen, international connections are very important in order to enrich teaching […]Weiterlesen
Bringing people together through music: Renowned composer returns to Siegen.
Prof. Samuel Adler is an acclaimed composer and conductor, and holds the position of Professor […]Weiterlesen
How can the world adapt to floods, storm surges and rising sea levels? Siegener researchers work with the University of Central Florida to find out.
Unlike most of our Research Alumni, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wahl was born and raised in […]Weiterlesen
Meet Assoc. Prof. Dr. Korakoch Attaviriyanupap, expert in the field of German Linguistics in Thailand.
Professors Attaviriyanupap and Vogel got to know each other through their mutual research area of […]Weiterlesen