High distinction: The ERC Advanced Grant for top researchers in Europe goes to the Bremen process engineer Professor Lutz Mädler.
With the 2.5 million euros grant, the scientist wants to develop new reactor concepts for reactive spraying.
Professor Ekkard Brinksmeier receives honorary professorship
Professor Ekkard Brinksmeier is one of the world's leading experts in the field of production processes. The scientist of the University of Bremen has now been awarded again for his outstanding scientific achievements and application-oriented research in this field. The University of Tianjin awarded him the honorary professor and the title Professor h.c. For his internationally outstanding scientific work in the field of manufacturing technology and for the long-term cooperation with the Chinese university.
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The University of Bremen’s Faculty of Production Engineering now has more than 30 years of experience and is one of the most successful in Germany. In teaching, he is characterized by a high proportion of his / her project and practical experience, as well as an intensive care of the students.
In the area of engineering research, Bremen's production technology occupies an outstanding position in a nationwide comparison. The German research community has initiated and co-founded a graduate student. Also exemplary is the close cooperation with the adjacent departments and institutes at the University of Bremen. How the success story became possible shows this film.
The most important research award in Germany:
Prof. Lutz Mädler receives the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize 2017.
Aiming high with candle wax and oxygen: Bremen students conjure up a forward-looking ecologically friendly means of rocket propulsion
For four whole years, a group of Bremen students tinkered around, tested, and refined the object of their shared enthusiasm. Their rocket fuelled by candle wax finally took off into the sky. The launch was broadcast live on the internet.