9th Long Night of the Sciences

Motto: "Living, studying and working in the world of tomorrow".

On May 20, Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences, together with Nordhausen institutions and speakers from Nordhausen companies, will host the popular Long Night of Science. A diverse program of science, research, technology, medicine and of course entertainment awaits visitors.

Attendance at ALL events is free of charge. Prior registration is NOT necessary.

Events on campus

from 19:00

Prof. Dr. Carsten Fussan, Dr. Matthias Wallisch & Prof. Dr. Lutz Göcke

The importance of entrepreneurship & business start-ups for the development of structurally weak regions

Nordhausen is a charming little town and the district has a lot of charm with its rural character and the great excursion destinations nearby. However, if you look at the demographic development, it quickly becomes clear that this is not the hotspot for innovations and business start-ups that would ensure more people moving in and population growth. In two short keynote speeches, experts Prof. Dr. Fussan and Dr. Wallisch will broaden our perspectives. Afterwards, they will focus on the Nordhausen region in a panel discussion with District Administrator Matthias Jendricke, Mayor Alexandra Rieger, Prof. Dr. Lutz Göcke (HSN), Christiane Kilian (Head of STIFT Thüringen) and Christian Böduel from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Together with you, the audience, we will discuss the potentials for the north of Thuringia.

Audimax

7:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.

 

Christine Röll

How to use inclusive language in English (presentation in English)

Using language that includes all members of society is a hot - and sometimes controversial - topic in German-speaking countries. Language practices that respect and include all communities are also encouraged in the English-speaking world. In this talk, we will look at some principles of inclusive language in English.

House 20 Room 12

7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

 

Marén Podewski M.Sc.

What is really behind a PCR test? We clarify!

Since the beginning of the Corona pandemic, scientific methods such as the PCR test have become the focus of media and society. The PCR test is used to determine whether a person with symptoms is infected with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. However, there are many other scientific areas in which this method is used. In the genetic laboratory of the university, this test is used to detect sulfur bacteria from the experimental biogas plant. With this contribution we would like to give an insight into this PCR method.

House 25 Lecture room 3

19:00 until 19:45

 

Maria Engler Dipl. Sportwiss. (Lecturer), Inka Steuber B.A. Sportwiss., Sascha Balcerowski M.A. Sportwiss. & Patrick Börsch Dipl. Betriebsw.

Sport and inclusion - A topic for the Nordhausen region?!

The term "inclusion" became known through the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which legally guarantees all people with disabilities unrestricted participation in society - also in movement, play and (organized) sports. Since 2014, "Sport and Inclusion" can be taken as an elective subject at the university for the degree programs in health and social work as well as special education. In this paper, we would like to illustrate the importance of inclusion in and through sport for the development of society as a whole, present completed and ongoing actions, and derive possible network synergies and transfer options for the region. Partners of the course and partly co-presenters of the lecture are the Kreissportbund Nordhausen (KSB NDH), Special Olympics Thüringen (SOT), the Thüringer Behinderten- und Rehabilitationssportverband (TBRSV) and Jüttner Orthopädie KG.

House 20 Room 22

7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 

Dr. Marie-Luis Zahradnik

Preserving cultural heritage digitally - documentation and presentation of Jewish cemeteries in the Nordhausen district

In Judaism, the cemetery has many names: "House of Eternity" or also "House of Life". They signalize: The grave is intended to last indefinitely. The cemeteries in Bleicherode, Ellrich and Nordhausen are the last remaining evidence of Jewish history in the district. The gravestones are threatened by weather-related decay. By digitizing them, they are "conserved" and made accessible to relatives, science and interested parties worldwide. The subject of the lecture will be current knowledge about the history of the cemeteries, gravestones, gravestone design, about the work in the cemeteries, data collection and presentation.

House 34 Lecture hall 4 (photography is not allowed)

19:00 till 20:00

 

Pascal Leibbrandt M.Eng.

LUMOS! How sun becomes heat

We will experiment together on our solar simulator in search of the best solar collector. Who will create the highest temperatures with different materials and setups?

AKI open field

19:00 to 19:45

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter D. Genske

Cape Town on Day Zero: A Metropolis Runs Out of Water

This lecture describes the dramatic water supply crisis in Cape Town in 2018. Starting with the historical development of water supply since the first Dutch settlement at the Cape of Good Hope, first the scale of the disaster is described and then the role of the disciplines involved in crisis planning is discussed. Finally, future planning will be presented and asked whether German cities could also run out of water.

House 34 Room 31

7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste test - human measuring instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

 

MAXIMATOR GmbH, Dipl.-Ing. Robin Teichmann

Once Munich and back with a hydrogen car - is that possible?

Drive with us to Munich and back and experience our latest business trip first hand. Let's deal with the questions together: How far can I get? Where can I refuel? How long will it take? Would you like to see and touch a hydrogen vehicle? Come by... Hydrogen mobility made in Nordhausen

Studienkolleg House 12 - Room 3 & 4

19:00 until 20:00

from 19:30

Dr.-Ing Anja Schreiber & Katharina Grzeschniok B.A.

From the sewage plant to the dump - new ways for municipal sewage sludge

From 2029, according to the amended legal situation, municipal sewage sludge can only be spread on the ground to a limited extent. So where to put the sewage sludge that accumulates daily in wastewater treatment plants? The joint project "CarboMass" deals with an alternative solution to incineration, shows new solutions for municipalities and highlights the associated costs and benefits for citizens and society.

House 20 Room 19

7:30 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.

 

Eva Knahl B.Eng.

Courage to fill the gap - Problems and knowledge of first-year students in basic engineering subjects in Thuringia

Project ProTELC of Allianz ThürING - Alliance Thuringian Engineering Sciences What do lecturers actually think about first-year students? Do first-year students still know the 1x1? Is math still so difficult in college? How has the pandemic affected our students from the lecturers' point of view? Presentation of the results of a Thuringia-wide survey of all instructors of basic subjects about the prior knowledge of first-year students and whether instructors would like to have a base of knowledge for their lectures.

House 35 Room 32

7:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste test - human measuring instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

19:30 until 20:00

from 20:00

Christoph Schmidt M.Eng. & Christopher Senge M.Eng.

Can humans really influence the earth's climate?

With the help of small live experiments, the theoretical background of the man-made greenhouse effect will be demonstrated. Or is the effect not even detectable in the lecture hall? Find out together with us!

House 28 Forum 1

20:00 until 20:30

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Link & Hanneke Hauer-Berghuis B.Eng.

Rocket technology and steam locomotives, how do they fit together?

Can hydrogen be used as fuel in HSB's new locomotives and what other possibilities are there to replace coal firing in the future?

House 34 Room 31

20:00 to 20:45

 

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Sebastian Ziegler

Digital testing, how does it work?

Since 2020, the university has established a system for digital testing. Together with you, we will take a look at how digital exams work and what possibilities they offer. We report from the experiences of the last exam periods. Finally, there will be the opportunity to be a participant in a small digital exam yourself.

House 25 PC Lab

20:00 to 20:30

 

Christine Röll

How to use inclusive language in English (presentation in English)

Using language that includes all members of society is a hot - and sometimes controversial - topic in German-speaking countries. Language practices that respect and include all communities are also encouraged in the English-speaking world. In this talk, we will look at some principles of inclusive language in English.

House 20 Room 12

20:00 until 20:30

 

Prof. Dr. Jens Büntzel

Complementary medicine - using the example of ENT tumors

Every second tumor patient goes in search of complementary treatment approaches. This self-activity is important, valuable and enriching. How does modern evidence-based medicine/oncology deal with this? A new S3 guideline provides orientation points for patients and physicians, which will be presented in the lecture. In the second part, we will present some ideas for transferring concepts from other medical systems and traditional European medicine based on the use of medicinal plants. In the discussion we welcome questions or reports of experiences.

Studienkolleg House 12 Room 1

20:00 to 20:30

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste test - human measuring instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

20:00 until 20:30

from 20:30

Tobias Eckart M.Eng.

Intelligent, cooperative and networked: cyber-physical systems in my living room, in the commercial environment and in vocational training

We look into the modern world of cyber-physical systems (CPSe) and gain insight into the structural design and the interrelationships between the systems. Together, we understand the connection between the Internet of Things (IoT), Industry 4.0, the smart home, CPSs and embedded systems.

In doing so, we will get answers to the following questions.

+ What are cyber-physical systems and how do they work?

+ What are the benefits of cyber-physical systems?

+ What is the significance of the topic in vocational training?

+ How do I create my own cyber-physical system?

House 25 Lecture Hall 3

8:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.

 

Prof. Dr. Cordula Borbe & Kathleen Hahnemann M.A.

Memory as a sustainable resource

The epochal change in the culture of memory, through the retroactive recognition of crimes and traumas, is an important factor that is fundamentally changing the landscape of memory worldwide. Together, we look at the resources of people transgenerationally shaped by memory and reflect on the concepts of social, collective, and cultural memory. We tap into ways to highlight the special place of democracy with its enduring opportunities in contemporary discourse.

House 34 Lecture Hall 4

8:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.

 

Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Aberle

When Water Has to Go Underground - The Way from Qanat to Inherited Tunnels to Pressurized Water Tunnels

For more than 4,000 years, people have driven tunnels to transport water. In the beginning, these were drinking water pipelines (e.g. for Jerusalem, on the island of Samos or Roman buildings on the Moselle), but later they were used for flood protection (Petra in Jordan) and shipping canals (via the Moselle into the Mediterranean). For more than 500 years, miners, also in the Harz Mountains, have driven so-called Erbstollen to drain mine workings or to operate working machines with the water power. Goethe had to deal with this topic in Ilmenau for decades (and failed in the end).

House 28 Forum II

20:30 until 21:00

 

Maximator Hydrogen GmbH, Mathias Kurras

Fueling the future with technology from Nordhausen

Fueling the future - finally with hydrogen or simply In the end comes hydrogen. In the lecture we want to present the role of hydrogen in the future and how Maximator Hydrogen from Nordhausen contributes to it.

Studienkolleg House 12 Room 2

20:30 till 21:00

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste test - human measuring instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

20:30 until 21:00

 

Hartmut Strub - GWE GmbH - BAUER AG

Las Vegas - Water supply of a big city in the desert and the consequences of climate change...

How do you supply more than two million people in the desert with drinking water? This mammoth task has faced the Las Vegas city government for decades. A drought that has been going on for 20 years is making the situation even worse.

Two years ago, therefore, a pumping station was built that has attracted worldwide attention, for which decisive stainless steel components were designed and produced at GWE GmbH in Nordhausen. The article illustrates the technological challenges associated with this task...

Studienkolleg House 12 Room 5

20:30 until 21:15

from 21:00

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Viehmann

Operational Amplifiers - Kings of Analog Technology

Operational amplifiers are presented as almost ideal components in numerous applications of electronics. The lecture deals with selected basics and circuit variants in an understandable way. Examples of applications from measurement technology and other fields as well as practical demonstrations will provide clarity.

House 20 Room 19

21:00 until 21:45

 

Dipl.-Math. Jean Helemann

Trisomy 21 - NA AND

This lecture looks at the life and learning of children with trisomy 21, outlining what it means to have trisomy 21 and what medical characteristics are present that are critical to clarify how development and support can succeed and what is important in inclusion. This may be followed by an open discussion.

House 20 Room 22

21:00 to 22:00

 

Koorosh Parvaz M.Eng.

Experimental Demonstration of the Antropogenic Greenhouse Effect (presentation in English)

Over the last 150 years, we humans have created a modern industrial society. At this current moment, we have become more advanced, more powerful, and most importantly richer. But this industrial revolution that we achieved is more destructive than we have imagined. Even though we have advanced technologies with more than enough resources yet we are facing one biggest issue today. And that is climate change. Many of us still believe that climate change is not real but scientists and researchers across the world give us plenty of theories with correct evidence which always prove the climate skeptics wrong.

House 35 Room 32

21:00 until 21:45

 

Prof. Dr. med. Philip Heiser, Chief Physician of the Clinic for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics of Childhood and Adolescence, Südharz Klinikum Nordhausen gGmbH

100 years of Isemann's Youth Sanatorium = 100 years of KJP in Nordhausen

On October 1, 1919, Dr. med. Kurt Isemann took over the "Erziehungsanstalt" from his fatherly friend Benno Wildt and founded the "Jugendsanatorium" with school and training facilities. It took in "primarily milieu-damaged, neglected children and adolescents with nervous disorders" and there were 70 places for the "Isermans." His daughter, Margarete Liehr-Langenbeck, M.D., later wrote "It could be the oldest curative home in Germany, if not the world."

The impressive and charitable work of Dr. Kurt Isemann, who is referred to as the Albert Schweitzer of Nordhausen and often had personal contact with Albert Schweitzer, is presented. Dr. Kurt Isemann worked until 1964 and then handed over the clinic to his successor. The complete history of the clinic up to the present day will be presented.

Studienkolleg House 12 Room 1

21:00 until 21:30

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste test - human measuring instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

21:00 until 21:30

from 21:30

Prof. Dr. Sabine Seibold-Freund

"To hell with taxes!"

The public purse is mostly in our pockets. The article will show extraordinary types of taxes that have been levied in the course of 5,000 years of tax history.

House 25 Room 10

21:30 to 22:00

 

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Sebastian Ziegler

Digital testing, how does it work?

Since 2020, the university has established a system for digital testing. Together with you, we will take a look at how digital exams work and what possibilities they offer. We report from the experiences of the last exam periods. Finally, there will be the opportunity to be a participant in a small digital exam yourself.

House 25 PC Lab

21:30 until 22:00

 

Pascal Leibbrandt M.Eng., Dirk Daniel & Christoph Schmidt M.Eng.

Electric cars burn, are expensive and have no range. Or do they? Three e-car drivers answer your questions.

Whether family car, city car or sporty SUV. The range of e-cars is getting bigger and more diverse. We report on our experiences with three very different electric vehicles. Just take a look at the cars or take them for a spin. We look forward to the exchange with you.

Parallel tour of the vehicles and the possibility to take a ride. Just contact us!

House 28 Forum I

21:30 till 22:00

 

Johannes Götting, Sven Gerwien, Martin Juckeland

Joint lecture of the city of Nordhausen

Johannes Götting, climate manager of the city of Nordhausen: Insights into the Nordhausen energy turnaround

Sven Gerwien, landscape planner of the city of Nordhausen: Stressed trees in climate change

Martin Juckeland, Head of the Office for Urban Development: Conclusions for urban development

House 34 Lecture hall 4

21:30 until 22:30

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste test - human measuring instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

21:30 until 22:00

 

Finn-Leon Brinkmann B.A. - rosenbaum nagy unternehmensberatung GmbH

Changed cost accounting requirements for service providers due to the Federal Partial Participation Act

The Federal Partial Participation Act changes the future framework conditions for service providers in the field of integration assistance in many respects. Regardless of the currently very different implementation statuses in the individual federal states, all service providers of special forms of housing will be confronted with similar challenges in the next one to two years. Due to the change in financing, the service providers are required to develop a system with which transparency can be gained about the different contributions to results. Within the technical paper, the readjustment of cost accounting is presented, which should enable exactly this goal.

House 20 Room 12

21:30 until 22:15

 

Maximator Hydrogen GmbH, Mathias Kurras

Fueling the future with technology from Nordhausen

Fueling the future - finally with hydrogen or simply In the end comes hydrogen. In this lecture we want to present the role hydrogen will play in the future and how Maximator Hydrogen from Nordhausen will contribute to it.

Studienkolleg House 12 Room 2

21:30 till 22:00

 

Prof. Dr. Sabrina Schramme

Diversity, Intersectionality and Inclusion - On the Importance of Gender and Queer Studies in Special Education.

This contribution addresses the significance of gender and queer studies for a power- and domination-critical approach to social diversity in the sense of intersectionality research in curative education and inclusive studies. In doing so, own biographical parts but also implementation aspects of inclusion as well as political dimensions of solidarity will be considered.

Audimax

21:30 until 22:30

 

Karl W. Grosse Jr.

Anthropocene Kitchen/ The Kitchen as a Control Center in Global Supply and Disposal Networks

Basically, the human species is one of the most important influencing factors for the biological, geological and atmospheric processes on our planet today, but most subjects are not aware of this. Kitchen metabolism is one of the most important causes of these global change processes. For physiological reasons, every human being is dependent on broken down, prepared food. Thus, the kitchen is the place where every human being - through his own actions - influences global processes unconsciously. Therefore, this work is based on the thesis that in the Earth Age of the Anthropocene, global processes are linked to and shaped by individual actions. The focus is on the kitchen, a familiar technical control center between individual decision and its global effects.

House 34 Room 31

21:30 until 22:00

from 22:00

Prof. Dr. Uta Breuer

Sustainable. More sustainable. Bacteria!!

Bacteria are tiny, active, found everywhere and in large numbers! Without them there is no life! They make everything sustainable! Is that really so? Let us surprise and convince you!

House 25 Lecture Hall 3

22:00 to 22:45

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schabbach

Heat( )pumps - How does it work?

How do heat pumps work? What can heat pumps do - and what not? Learn more about this actually very old technology, which is expected to replace natural gas boilers as the predominant type of heating in detached and semi-detached houses in the course of the heat transition in the coming years. Prof. Schabbach will show and explain how it works in a live demonstration in the in.RET's TES lab and answer your questions.

House 34 TES Lab

22:00 until 22:30

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste Test - Human Measuring Instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

22:00 until 22:30

from 22:30

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Wiese

Climate-friendly heating of residential buildings

We are often more familiar with the energy requirements of our motor vehicles than with those of our homes. However, the energy requirements of dwellings (also) differ greatly from each other and, coupled to this, the emission of the climate-damaging CO2. In his lecture, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Wiese will pursue the questions: How does our building determine the heating energy required? What measures can be taken to save CO2? Does this reduce our living comfort? And: is this only something for the wealthy?

House 20 Room 19

22:30 until 23:30

 

Pascal Leibbrandt M.Eng.

LUMOS! How sun becomes heat

We will experiment together on our solar simulator in search of the best solar collector. Who will create the highest temperatures with different materials and setups?

AKI open field

22:30 until 23:15

 

Stephanie Glassl M.A.

Product testing in the sensory lab - the voice of the consumer

Taste test - human measuring instrument

Which snack tastes better to you? In the lab you can taste different products and subject them to a sensory quality comparison.

Sensory Lab House 8

22:30 until 23:00

 

MAXIMATOR GmbH, Dipl.-Ing. Robin Teichmann

Once Munich and back with a hydrogen car - is that possible?

Drive with us to Munich and back and experience our latest business trip first hand. Let's deal with the questions together: How far can I get? Where can I refuel? How long will it take?

Would you like to see and touch a hydrogen vehicle? Come by... Hydrogen mobility made in Nordhausen

Studienkolleg House 12 - Room 3 & 4

22:30 until 23:30

from 23:00

Maximilian Barth, M. Eng. - Climate protection manager in the Nordhausen district

Active climate protection in the Nordhausen district

The Free State of Thuringia has decided to become climate neutral by 2045. To achieve this ambitious goal, the emissions of private households, industry, but also of the administration must be significantly reduced. An energy supply based on renewable energies is essential. For this reason, the district of Nordhausen is also pursuing the goal of making the district's own properties and the transport sector climate-neutral.

House 20 Room 12

23:00 until 23:30

 

SCHACHTBAU NORDHAUSEN GmbH, Dipl.-Ing. Danny Bodenstab

The legacy of salt mining - The long-term safekeeping of the shafts and mines of potash mining

As a vital mineral, salt was more precious than gold for thousands of years and has been the target of extraction since time immemorial. The start of potash mining in Staßfurt almost 170 years ago marked the beginning of the industrial extraction of potash salts, a revolution in agriculture and a veritable boom in the sinking of shafts as a means of accessing deep-lying deposits. In Germany, more than 300 shafts were sunk to extract potash salts and rock salt. Today, a large number of these shafts are no longer being mined, have been flooded or are in permanent storage. The importance of proper closure of the deposits and shafts after the end of mining was demonstrated by the rapid decline of the cradle of global potash mining in Staßfurt. There, the first shafts soaked away very quickly, leaving behind a changed landscape on the surface.

In the lecture the development of the salt mining and the necessity of a planned and long-term safekeeping of the shafts and mines are dealt with. It will be shown which developments and concepts emerged and which new concepts and approaches are currently under development, also with regard to the custody of salt shafts of radioactive repositories.

House 28 Forum I

23:00 until 00:00

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Viktor Wesselak

Thuringia's energy supply in 2050 - cost-effective and climate-neutral

How can a climate-neutral energy system in 2050 look like for an industrialized region like Thuringia? What technologies are available to meet our energy needs for electricity, heat and mobility? What storage facilities will be needed for this? What steps do politics and society need to take to achieve this? And finally: what will it all cost?

House 34 Lecture Hall 4

23:00 until 00:00

from 23:30

Tobias Eckart M.Eng.

Intelligent, cooperative and networked: cyber-physical systems in my living room, in the commercial environment and in vocational training

We look into the modern world of cyber-physical systems (CPSe) and gain insight into the structural design and interrelationships of the systems with each other. Together, we understand the connection between the Internet of Things (IoT), Industry 4.0, the smart home, CPSs and embedded systems.

In doing so, we will get answers to the following questions.

+ What are cyber-physical systems and how do they work?

+ What are the benefits of cyber-physical systems?

+ What is the significance of the topic in vocational training?

+ How do I create my own cyber-physical system?

House 25 Lecture Hall 3

23:30 until 00:15

Events at the research campus

from 19:00

At the new research campus of the university in Helmestrasse 94, the Thuringian Innovation Center for Recyclable Materials presents itself.

During the long night of science, the large technical center is open and presents research focuses in the area of - shredding/sorting - pyrolysis - sample preparation - recycling management of different material streams.

 

Research at the Thuringian Innovation Center for Recyclable Materials

Prof. Dr. Ariane Ruff

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Jantje Antonia Samtleben

 

Tour of the research infrastructure/ pilot plant

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Mark Gaßmann

 

Production of pyrolysis coal from biogenic wastes

Dr.-Ing. Christian Borowski

Martin Miethlau, B.Eng.

 

Screening of compost using a mobile screening drum

Andreas Glimm, B.Eng.

Dr.-Ing. Christian Borowski

 

Gypsum research at ThIWert

Dr. rer. nat. Simon Eichhorn

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Katrin Schmidt

Simon Ballüer, B.Eng.

Thuringian Innovation Center for Recyclable Materials (ThIWert) Helmestraße 94 99734 Nordhausen

from 19:00 h continuous

Events off campus

from 16:00

Rudolf Hagelstange" City Library, Susanne Aschoff, Head of the Children's Library

Little Programmers - First Programming with Lego Education

Have you always wanted to program something yourself? Or you would like to know how it all works with computers and robots and what is important? Then you've come to the right place! The DUPLO Digi-train is waiting for little explorers from the age of 3. For the older ones, LEGO Spike Prime is ready and waiting: Build your own robot and then program it yourself!

Market 1, 99734 Nordhausen

4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

from 18:00

Seniorenwerk Akademie - Lawyer Christian Döring

My death belongs to me

Impulse lecture on self-determined dying and the limits of state regulation

The desire to control and determine one's own dying process is being discussed more loudly than ever in public. Taboos? Apparently none. What remains is an astonished audience of experts and, at the end, the question of all questions: "Does one's own death really belong only to me?"

Seniorenwerk Academy, Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Str.1, 99755 Ellrich, Germany

6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

 

INJOY Nordhausen GmbH - Jens Nahrstedt (sports scientist and LOGI coach)

IMMUNSTARK

Scientifically proven strategies to strengthen the immune system

You will receive 5 tips for strengthening the internal defenses and a checklist for home for your IMMUNFIT week ... because your health is in your hands

INYOY Nordhausen, Grimmelallee 3, 99734 Nordhausen, Germany

18:00 o'clock to 19:00 o'clock

from 18:45

Seniorenwerk Academy - Dr. Hannelore Pientka, medical specialist

I'm just forgetful - or already demented?

Memo pads everywhere, the pills in the trash can and the newspaper in the fridge - this keeps the news fresh longer, but it's not "normal" - is it?

In order to be able to diagnose an incipient dementia without a doubt, various other causes must be ruled out. This raises the question of an explicit, clearly identifiable difference between the forgetfulness we are all familiar with and clinical dementia.

Seniorenwerk Academy, Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Str.1, 99755 Ellrich, Germany

6:45 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.

from 19:30

Seniorenwerk Academy - Dirk Scholz

My mental disorder and me

Not every mental crisis is always a serious illness, but often only a coping mechanism of one's own psyche to deal with inner and outer conflicts. In this short discourse into the human psyche, positive aspects of personality development and resulting opportunities are addressed.

Seniorenwerk Academy, Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Str.1, 99755 Ellrich, Germany

7:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 

Südharzwerke Nordhausen - Waste disposal company ltd.

Heat from green waste

In the heating plant of the Südharzwerke - clearly visible from the Darrweg - fuel is used which was produced from green waste. Fossil fuels could be replaced thereby. A guided tour of the heating plant and its storage facility is offered and the technology is explained.

depot of the public utility Nordhausen - Robert-Blum-Straße 1

19:30 to 20:00

from 20:00

INJOY Nordhausen GmbH - Jens Nahrstedt (sports scientist and LOGI coach)

IMMUNSTARK

Scientifically proven strategies for strengthening the immune system

You will receive 5 tips for strengthening your inner defenses and a checklist for your IMMUNFIT week at home ... because your health is in your hands

INYOY Nordhausen, Grimmelallee 3, 99734 Nordhausen, Germany

20:00 o'clock to 21:00 o'clock

Children's program

from 15:00

Christoph Schmidt M.Eng., Fabian Dost B.Eng. & Josephine Röhner B.Sc.

Coffee and Bang - Children's Experiments at Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences

Children and young people are to be introduced to science in small experiments. The experiments are aimed at all age groups - from kindergarten to high school graduation. Various experiments: soldering circuit boards, building rockets, Harry Potter experiments, LEGO robots, 3D printing.

House 28 - AUGUST-KRAMER-INSTITUT (AKI)

15:00 till 17:30

from 18:00

Josephine Röhner B.Sc.

Magic experiments from chemistry (offer for children)

"A scholar in his laboratory is not only a technician; he also stands before the laws of nature as a child stands before the world of fairy tales." - Marie Curie

We will show you demonstration experiments from chemistry. Be amazed by glowing flames and unexpected reactions.

Geotechnics Laboratory AKI

18:00 till 18:30

Drinks & Snacks

  • The student club KARZER will be open from 19:00 until 00:00 and will offer drinks for sale
  • The Mensamobil will sell snacks and non-alcoholic beverages on the library forecourt from 19:00

Map of the research campus

Contact

Tina Bergknapp Press and Public Relations Department

Phone: 03631 420-112 E-mail: tina.bergknapphs-nordhausen.de