Cognitive interaction researchers (CITEC) analyze game behavior.
2016 has been an eventful year for Bielefeld University. Here are some of the highlights in pictures.
Scientists give insights into their field of research. Kids in third and fourth grade can apply now (In German).
Researchers at the Excellence Cluster CITEC discover how word comprehension can be accelerated.
Outstanding study performance and social commitment: The Bielefeld University honors Katsiaryna Shkaruba with the DAAD Prize. (In German)
A new edition of Campus TVis online. (In German)
Like a tractor beam in science fiction: physicists immobilize bacterial cells with a laser beam so that they can be studied at the highest resolution.
Bielefeld University takes in three endangered researchers.
This Facebook-Fanpage offers information in English for international students. Have a look at the page, join in.
The Alumni Association welcomes all international alumni who used to study or research at Bielefeld University!
Richard Münch, sociologist, is the Niklas-Luhmann-Visitingprofessor. (In German)
"University Without Prejudice" is looking for ideas to design a postcard for the campaign.
New legal conditions will come into force concerning copyrighted works for teaching and research.
Training for young scientists: European Commission supports Marie Curie training network ELENA. (In German)
The development of CITEC is the central topic of the latest issue of BI.research, the research magazine of Bielefeld University.
Scholarship? Interested students can get information on Tuesday 8th December at the Scholarships Information Day. (In German)
An illuminated Building X and a celebratory farewell to the graduates – impressions of the Graduate Day (In German).
Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) supports students to become part of the active learning and life of the university. (In German)
The application period for admission restricted courses runs from 1st December 2016 to 15th January 2017. (In German)
Solution for big data: Researchers at the CeBiTec are developing a cloud for science data. (In German)
At CITEC at Bielefeld University, experts discuss the digitization of education and analyse opportunities and limitations of the technology (In German).
A conference at the Center for Interdisziplinary Research deals with modeling of cancer and perspectives of cancer therapy. (In German).
DFG approves new CRC “Comparative Practices”. History Professor Dr. Angelika Epple serves as speaker of the CRC.
Klaus Kordon, author of books for children and young people, reads in the University library on 24th November. (In German)
Fulfill one of 870 wishes: The traditional Christmas-wish-action started (In German).
Bielefeld University and the University of Paderborn create a joint focus of research. (In German)
Science researcher Martina Merz conducts research on career and gender at the faculty for mathematics. (In German)
Interdisciplinary work: The "Young ZiF" welcomes twelve young researchers. (In German)
The DFG approvesa new Research Training Group on the subject “emergence of world politics” (in German).
Pierre Rosanvallon received the "Bielefelder Wissenschaftspreis" in memory of sociologist Niklas Luhmann. (In German)
Media between power and responsibility: Public panel discussion on 17th November at Bielefeld University. (In German)
Mechtild Borrmann reads from her new novel “Trümmerkind” on 17th November (In German).
Graduate Day 2016 takes place on 2nd December. (In German)
Between excessive demand and support at beginning of the study. Day for the apprenticeship on the 9th of November at Bielefeld University.
82 students of Bielefeld University receive a sholarship.
Challenge for science and society: Big Data is the theme of the annual interdisciplinary ZiF-Conference on 25th October. (In German)
For the magazine’s 10th anniversary the new issue deals with media: on campus and in everyday student-life (in German).
The winter term at the largest university in East-Westphalia-Lippe starts: Nearly 2,900 first-years start at Bielefeld University. (In German)
More than 40 additional professors within the next two years. Rector Sagerer presents the human resources initiative UNIplus.
For the semestre opening the Bielefeld philharmonic orchestra will play Beethoven and Vaughan William in the university hall (in German).
New professors have started their work at Bielefeld University. (In German)
University sets up a clearing house for refugees. There are also language courses, learning support, tutoring and sponsorships. (in German)
In the new International Research Training Group (IRTG) mathematicians from Bielefeld are cooperating with colleagues from South Korea.
The Chinese government has conferred on the Bielefeld chemist Professor Dr. Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus.
The new ZiF-Researchgroup starts on 6th October with their first conference concerning kinship and politics.
Bielefeld University is involved in the Graphene Flagship Project of the EU. (In German)
25th annual meeting of the commission Primary School Research and Education of the DGfE. (In German)
The annual conference of the AEM (Academy for Ethics in Medicine) is dealing with human dignity in medicine and health systems.
Bielefeld genetic researchers examine how wine cultivation can resist climate change (in German).
The TV-programme “Sendung mit der Maus” opens doors on 3rd October: The Faculty of Mathematics offers workshops. (In German)
Bielefeld University mourns for Nobel laureate Professor Dr. Reinhard Selten (in German)
The university heads the German part of the survey: attitudes towards the welfare state, climate change and energy security. (In German)
The University's day-care centre in the Jakob-Kaiser-Street celebrates its 10th anniversary. (In German)
Topic of two meetings at the ZiF: Artificial Intelligence can help to understand natural processes. (In German)
‘research_tv’ presents LOFAR: the largest radio telescope in the world.
A system developed by the Cluster of Excellence (CITEC) converts flow data into sound. " Research_tv " of Bielefeld University presents the project .
The interdisciplinary masterclass of Bielefeld University and the University of Jerusalem discusses Human Dignity. (In German)
The “Bielefelder Wissenschaftspreis” 2016 goes to Professor Pierre Rosanvallon. (In German)
Sports Association and University cooperate. Together, they want to improve education opportunities in sport (in German).
Scientists from the Excellence Cluster CITEC of Bielefeld University develop an active armchair as part of the KogniHome project.
John-G. -Diefenbaker-Award for Prof. Dr. Martin Carrier. Dr. Tanya Schindler is new member of the Young Academy of Mainz. (In German)
Five visiting scholars of the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation conduct research at Bielefeld University.
40th anniversary of the Faculty of Biology. On Friday, July 22, about 350 current and former faculty members will celebrate. (In German)
The Karl Peter Grotemeyer Prize 2016 goes to Professor Dr. Roland Langrock. (In German).
The university cooperation between Bielefeld and Bologna has been expanded with the programmes sociology and philosophy. (In German)
The University’s successful programme for a better start into university education will be funded with 13.5 million euros. (In German)
Festive closing ceremony celebrating the project funded with 100,000 Euros. (In German)
Conflict researcher Andreas Zick, Bielefeld University, receives DFG Award in Mainz.
For the first time CITEC-Robot Floka competes at the RoboCup World Championship.
BGHS Graduate students organize an annual international conference on Eurocentrism. (In German)
Music, dance, acoustic art: On 8th July , Bielefeld University will transform into a kaleidoscope of sounds, tones and colours. (In German)
Plenty of sunshine, top bands and a crowd of happy people: impressions of the second Campus Festival Bielefeld (in German).
Prospective students get the chance to visit the university from 27th June to 8th July (in German).
Last preparations: More space and improved infrastructure for a successful festival (in German).
Perspectives for variety at colleges: Participation instead of exclusion. Now announce for conference on the 8th and 9th of July (in German).
Football players can reach an understanding of tactics similar to professional players simply by the power of thought.
School pupils can sign up for scientific and technical workshops now. A new film shows what happens at the teutolabs (in German).
Helping shellfish battle the threats of the ocean. A group of young scientists publishes their results on that topic.(In German)
Surprise: The Band SDP at the Campus Festival. Tickets are allready on sale (in German).
The application deadline for admission restricted courses in the winter term 2016/17 runs from June 1st to July 15th. (In German)
KogniHome: The Cluster of Excellence CITEC of Bielefeld University develops in cooperation with regional partners an intelligent mirror and door.
DFG permits graduate college: Bielefeld University and Seoul National University corporate in qualifying PhD students in mathematics. (in German)
Apply now for info-weeks in July/August: Prospective students get the chance to visit the university. (In German).
People with low health literacy use the emergency service more often. Bielefeld scientists are involved in a national action plan to change that (in German).
How can we provide a better health care for refugees? Experts make suggestions in the Federal Health Gazette. (In German)
A search engine for arguments: Bielefeld University is leading the new priority program "Ratio".
Young scientists from eight countries investigate: How do expectations affect decisions in economic policy? (in German)
Most highly endowed German research award: mathematician William Crawley-Boevey is coming to Bielefeld.
Two subjects at Bielefeld University achieve top rankings in the current CHE university ranking: Chemistry and Educational Sciences. (In German)
What makes individuals unique? Psychologists at Bielefeld University are looking for answers in the longitudinal study "SPeADy". (In German)
Research_tv interview: Migration researcher Thomas Faist on reasons for migration, challenges and chances.
The University Society’s 50th anniver- sary will be celebrated on April 21th in the Center for Interdisciplinary Research at Bielefeld University. (In German)
Dr. Katharina Habermann is gender guest professor in the sommer 2016. Her topic: female scientists in Wikipedia. (In German)
Interviews, portraits, the new construction-report and the cover topic “Refugees at Bielefeld University”. The new H1-issue is out now (in German).
“Sportfreunde Stiller” and “Bosse” lead the line-up at the second Campus Festival on 23rd June. Tickets sale starts on 18th April (in German)
The sommer term at the largest university in East-Westphalia-Lippe starts: About 1,650 first-years start at Bielefeld University. (In German)
Bielefelder conflict researcher Andreas Zick receives DFG Award for exemplary mediation of his results of the research (in German).
Bielefeld University is again rated among the world's best young universities in the Times Higher Education-Ranking.
How does migration of refugees affect health care? North Rhine-Westphalia provides research project with 2.72 million Euro (in German).
Volkswagen Foundation funds internatio- nal research team headed by Bielefeld University to develop better drugs for asthma and high blood pressure.
Edit raw data quicker and more efficiently : Bielefeld physicists report in "Nature Communications" on their new software solution.
In the project "It's OWL - Work 4.0" researchers from Bielefeld University analyze how companies use digital workflows. (In German)
Students and prospective students can apply from 15 March to 15 April 2016 for a grant from the foundation Studienfond OWL. (In German)
Researchers have analyzed how xenophobia and welcoming culture come about and how widespread these attitudes are. (In German)
Music lovers, sound artists and experimental musicians can sign in with their own sound project until 2nd May (In German)
First-ever survey in Germany at Bielefeld University on Educational interests and labour market qualifications of refugees.
"Rare Diseases Day" is on 29th February. Health scientists at Bielefeld University rate action plan to help patients affected. (In German)
Bielefeld University offers a great variety of vocational training: 7 young people successfully completed their training. (In German)
Children's University has started: For the 13th time in a row Bielefeld University welcomes small researchers. (In German)
The University Society Bielefeld (UgBi) awarded the 15 best theses at Bielefeld University of the year 2015. (In German)
Researchers at Bielefeld University (CITEC) discover the Stick Insect’s Propulsion Joint and Correct a Misconception.
CITEC develops a virtual system which supports sportsman and Reha patients. In the research_tv video the leaders of the project explain how the system works.
Topic of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Integration and Inclusion Research of German speaking countries in Bielefeld: Inclusion in the meritocracy. (In German)
To its 50th the University society gives itself a new name. A look back and to the future.
Pollutant cleanup and gutting in the University Main Building: 6,000 square meters are free of harmful substances. (In German)
Awards, promotions and new responsibilities: news from the academic staff at Bielefeld University (in German).
In the new biotechnology project "Biotechnolgy in our life" pupils from six countries work and research together.
The five public institutions of higher education in OWL will collaborate even closer. (In German)
Science explained in three minutes. Young scientists can register now for FameLab 2016. Tickets are available online. (In German)