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The Magazine of the University of Stuttgart

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Interesting topics, fascinating photographs, renowned guest authors: The magazine FORSCHUNG LEBEN includes questions and problems from society and offers its readers information about possible solutions based on the vast range of research done at the University of Stuttgart.
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Visionaries

Issue - May 2016

The so-called „Stuttgart Approach“, that is defined in the University of Stuttgart's new mission statement, stands for the interdisciplinary integration of engineering, the natural sciences, the humanities and social sciences on the basis of cutting edge research in each discipline. These maxims are derived from a more encompassing vision: we want to be visionaries for the topics of tomorrow. In this latest edition of FORSCHUNG LEBEN, you can find out, how our researchers will be breathing life into this vision in the University of Stuttgart’s central research fields and what outstanding achievements they are accomplishing in this context.

Literary theorist meets computational linguist: Marcus Willand (left) and Nils Reiter. They both work on the quick analysis of a vast number of texts with the help of digital tools at the project QuaDramA.
Literary theorist meets computational linguist: Marcus Willand (left) and Nils Reiter. They both work on the quick analysis of a vast number of texts with the help of digital tools at the project QuaDramA.

Eye-tracking glasses record every movement of the eyes.  Infrared light is projected onto the retina of the test subject and the reflection of this ray provides the system with information about the direction vector and spatial distance.
Eye-tracking glasses record every movement of the eyes. Infrared light is projected onto the retina of the test subject and the reflection of this ray provides the system with information about the direction vector and spatial distance.

In the Picture: SOFIA and the Star Gazers

You are welcome to take-off and observe the stars together with researchers from the University of Stuttgart and the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA).

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Andrea Mayer-Grenu

Scientific Consultant, Research Publications

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Hans-Herwig Geyer

Head of University Communications and Press Spokesperson