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Europe in Focus

Issue Nr. 10 / May 2018

The dream of a united Europe is associated, like no other, with values such as freedom, humanism and tolerance. This vision is exemplified by the European research environment, already today a guarantor for the unfettered exchange of people and knowledge, to which many researchers at the University of Stuttgart also contribute in accordance with the maxim “internationally involved and interconnected”, one of the key strategic objectives anchored in its mission statement. In which subject areas is research being conducted at the University of Stuttgart in the context of EU projects? What positive developments are inspired by the multi-cultural environment and what are the challenges? And, can collaborative research really contribute to the concept of a united Europe?

Zu den Artikeln der aktuellen Ausgabe

Günther Oettinger
Günther Oettinger
Philipp Maier, Konsortialführer des europäischen Forschungsprojekts ESBO DS, forscht um ein Ballon-Observatorium zu etablieren.
Philipp Maier, Konsortialführer des europäischen Forschungsprojekts ESBO DS, forscht um ein Ballon-Observatorium zu etablieren.

In the Picture: IQST – or Quantum Physics Shaping the Future

Quantum-based technologies are considered key in an increasingly complex world.
Quantum-based technologies are considered key in an increasingly complex world.

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Andrea Mayer-Grenu

Scientific Consultant, Research Publications

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