Please be aware that most events are currently being held online.
From the ivory tower to center stage: How can dialogue between scientists and society be successful?
The Hohenheim-Stuttgart Kids University
Children between the ages of 8 and 12 with a curious streak when it comes to exciting knowledge questions are welcomed at the University of Stuttgart’s Kids University. Here, every semester professors tell the children in a way they can understand about what they are studying. For this lecture, the University of Stuttgart reserves an auditorium strictly for the children. Accompanying adults can watch the lecture live on video in an adjoining auditorium. Registration is exclusively online. Lectures at the University of Stuttgart are streamed live on the Internet and then posted on YouTube.
Event series by the International Center for Culture and Technology Studies (IZKT)
The IZKT Center carries on research where culture and technology intersect. With the help of partners outside the University, the Center provides a forum for interdisciplinary and international exchange and at the same time serves as the University’s window to the public. IZKT organizes numerous course series and lecture series that also focus on various countries.
Lecture series "Technology leaders in the automobile industry introduce themselves“ by the Research Institute for Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines (FKFS)
In this series, top managers from the car industry give regular lectures on current topics from research, development, manufacturing, marketing and sales – and answer questions from students and interested audience members. These events are sponsored by the University of Stuttgart, Bosch, and the FKFS.
Physik die Wissen schafft
Well-known scientists present physical phenomena and their applications and demonstrate them with experiments in this lecture series. The lecture program‘s target audiences are high school seniors but anyone interested in and curious about physics can attend.
"Starting a business" lecture series
Science and business experts provide comprehensive insights on topics dealing with how to business startups. They cover and discuss the key aspects of subjects of interest to budding entrepreneurs. The lectures are designed for anyone from inside or outside the university who is interested in starting a business.
Questions for science
This course series represents a collaborative effort with the Stuttgart Community College, the Stuttgarter Zeitung newspaper, the State Museum of Natural History, and Stuttgart Media University. Research results are presented and discussed in layman’s terms. The object here is to foster enjoyment of scientific thinking and research as much as promoting dialogues between scientists and the general public.
The “Saturday Uni” aims to bring science to the masses. It does so by aiming the lecture series both at an academically educated public but also people who previously had less contact with a university or academic education. The series is presented in cooperation with Stuttgart Community College, the City of Stuttgart and other Stuttgart-based institutions of higher education.