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Fermenter Biogas Research Programme Bio-Economy: 11 projects at the University Stuttgart

The use of sustainable raw materials is the focus of the new research programme bio-economy for which the Baden-Württemberg State Government is making 13 million Euros available. Of the total of 45 research projects recommended for funding, 11 projects already approved are established at seven institutes at the University of Stuttgart; these have a volume of two million Euros. Prof. Thomas Hirth, Head of the Institute of Interfacial Engineering and Plasma Technology (IGVP) at the University of Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer-Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology (IGB) has been appointed as the spokesperson of the steering group. Mehr...

Lichtteilchen New Step to high speed quantum computer

Devices that employ light for computation, could speed up computers in the future and increase their efficiency. Researchers from the Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology (IQST) in Stuttgart have made a key step towards an optical transistor: they can attenuate a weak light beam substantially using one single light particle. Mehr...

Neue Partner The University of Stuttgart is the new alliance partner of the state initiative “Women in MINT careers in business, science and research“

Dr. Bettina Buhlmann, Chancellor of the University, signed the accession to the alliance on 17 th July 2014 in the framework of the annual balance sheet discussions by the initiative in the Stuttgart “Haus der Wirtschaft”. The aim of the alliance for women in MINT careers is to substantially increase equal opportunities and the workforce potential in all MINT study and training occupations through an enhanced introduction, training and labour force participation of girls and women in MINT. Mehr...

Joerg Wrachtrup Jörg Wrachtrup receives the Max Planck Research Award

Very special rules apply in the nanoworld – the laws of quantum physics. And because Robert J. Schoelkopf and Jörg Wrachtrup have been exploiting them in a very ingenious way, for example to make headway with quantum information technology, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft have decided to honour them this year with the Max Planck Research Award. Mehr...

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