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Researchers from Jacobs University in cooperation with Bremen-based business consultancyPTSGroup have conducted a study on the perspectives, possibilities and limits of social media use in companies. Jacobs University’s executive master program “Basin & Petroleum System Dynamics “ (BPSD) has gone into its second round welcoming eight new participants for a week of courses, workshops and lectures.
With almost 30% more graduates over last year, it is the largest ever class at Jacobs University. On June 4, 2010, Jacobs University celebrated the graduation of its seventh class, the Class of 2010. »With Confidence into the Future«: Jacobs University graduates the Class of 2010 The athletes participate in the “Special Olympics National Games 2010” taking place in Bremen. Invited to take part in the “Städte-Achter-Sprintcup” as part of the supporting program, the team competed against other first-timers on the Olympia regatta track in two 250 meter sprints.
Johanna Maier, Thomas Behnisch, Vinzenz Geske, Matthias Ahlhelm, David Werner, Tassilo Moritz, Alexander Michaelis, Maik Gude (2018), Investigation of foam structure formation in the Freeze Foaming process based on in-situ computed tomography, Results in Physics, Vol 11, Dec 2018, Pages 584-590, doi: 10.1016/j.rinp.2018.08.038 Min Ji, Lanfa Liu, Manfred Buchroithner (2018), Identifying Collapsed Buildings Using Post-Earthquake Satellite Imagery and Convolutional Neural Networks: A Case Study of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake, Remote Sensing, 10(11), 1689, doi: 10.3390/rs10111689 Jonathan Tam, Thomas Hoffmann, Sabine Fischer, Stefan Bornstein, Jürgen Gräßler, Barbara Noack (2018), Obesity alters composition and diversity of the oral microbiota in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus independently of glycemic control, PLOS One, October 1, 2018, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0204724 Andrea Koch, Julia Dobrindt, Matthias Schützwohl (2018), Psychotropic medication and psychotherapeutic treatment of adults with intellectual disabilities (PROMPT-ID): a cross-sectional, epidemiological study in Saxony, Germany, BMJ Open, Vol 8, Issue 12, doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025947
Freshmen, returning students, and their families have been arriving on the Jacobs University campus this week as the university’s ninth academic year begins. With in total 1227 young people from 99 nations, the Jacobs campus again is the most international in Germany, in Europe ever. The TheaterSpace project hopes to create a permanent home for the diverse performing talents represented by students from 99 nations who study at Jacobs. “TheaterSpace is dedicated to showcasing performing arts of all kinds at Jacobs University.” Project organiser and Krupp College office manager Rene Wells is no stranger to managing athletic, theatrical, and other large scale student activities.
Jacobs University puts students in motion – in cooperation with WERDER BEWEGT Laurenz Thomsen (Professor of Geosciences and Director of OceanLab) and Jie Zhao (Managing Director Haizhibao Deutschland) Peng Fei Fu (Production Manager of Haizhibao), Dr. Claudia Thomsen (CEO and Founder of Phytolutions), Hongzhi Che (Chairman of the Board of Chengzhan Group), Dr. Lüst, who was made an honorary citizen of Bremen in 2001, celebrated his 90th birthday in spring.
The year’s contest is addressing corporate social responsibility and social businesses. Two Jacobs University students will be competing in the final round of PeakTime, the largest business challenge competition in Eastern Europe. Competing for Corporate Social Responsibility: Jacobs students reach final of PeakTime competition On March 27, Jacobs University offers 30 interested girls and boys between 10 to 15 years of age the chance to peek into the field of natural sciences.
Astronomy, physics and geophysics
Jacobs University’s Alumni Association held its first board meeting of the year in Stockholm. The Green EFFORTS project started in January; it involves eight industry and science partners and is coordinated by Jens Froese, Professor of Maritime Logistics at Jacobs. This year’s Ergocup turned out to be a mixed bag of luck for Jacobs University’s rowing teams. A joint project of the Universities of Bremen and Oldenburg with an initial fundeding for 4.5 years, the graduate school also includes experts from Jacobs University as well as from the universities of Hannover, Bielefeld and Copenhagen.
The laureates of the Mercator Award 2010 are the 23-year-old German Oliver Barnstedt and the 22-year-old Romanian Mihai Cîrlănaru, who have distinguished themselves through outstanding social commitment and excellent academic achievements. In the spirit of the Mercator Award, College III, Krupp and Nordmetall will now also be awarding endowed prizes to one of their student residents to recognize special social commitment and excellent academic achievement. Academia net promotes excellent female scientists, among them Adele Diederich, Jacobs Professor of Psychology, Brigitte Kudielka, Jacobs Professor of Health Psychology, Ursula M. Five Christmas trees on campus – one in each college and one at Reimar-Lüst-Hall’s coffee corner – are draped with wish lists of children from disadvantaged families.
Auma Obama, Project Coordinator of the humanitarian organization CARE, visited Jacobs University on Thursday, March 18th. On March 25, Jacobs University students have the unique chance to discuss the most pressing issues of our time – extreme poverty, the economic recovery, and climate change – with international experts from all over the world via internet. The program has the specific aim of bringing petroleum geoscientists in exploration from national and international oil companies up to date with the newest developments in the field. As of July 2010, Jacobs University will offer a new Executive Master Program in Basin and Petroleum System Dynamics: This part-time program focuses on the borderline between classical geoscience thinking and teaching on the one hand and the mathematical-geophysical-geochemical needs of numerical simulation and geoprocess understanding on the other.
In cooperation with 16 partners from five countries, Jacobs University’s Maritime Logistics workgroup has delivered the first results of an EU-financed project to a multinational consortium in Brussels. Row!” On February 11, the familiar chant will once again echo through Jacobs University’s Campus Center when rowers from across Germany compete at the Jacobs Ergocup 2012 in the Campus Center.
Postgraduate students of social sciences from Jacobs University and the University of Bremen have founded the “BIGSSS Ebola Group” to raise awareness of the outbreak of the deadly pandemic in West Africa. More than 100 experts in thyroid research from all over the world have come together at Jacobs University for the »First International Conference of Thyroid Trans Act« held on campus from December 5-7. Researchers from Jacobs University, universities in Lisbon, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Gothenburg, and Uppsala, as well as industry representatives from Lisbon and The Hague convened on the Jacobs University campus for a regular project meeting of the EU-funded EMOTE project (European Research Grant: EU-PF7-317923).
On May 6, 2011 Jacobs University Bremen celebrated the Homecoming 2011 of the Executive MBA in European Utility Management (EUM). The Robotics Group from Jacobs University finished second at the ‘Solutions in Perception Challenge’ held during the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in Shanghai, China.