During this congress, 450 international participants will meet from 11 to 15 September at the University of Salzburg Faculty of Natural Sciences to discuss research and teaching, to hold workshops and to participate in lectures by well-known colleagues.
Im Rahmen der Veranstaltung gibt es einen öffentlichen Vortrag zum Thema ,,Wie wahrscheinlich ist der Zufall?" von Walter Schachermayer (Uni Wien) am Donnerstagabend (14.9.) um 19 Uhr im Audimax, Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Hellbrunnerstr. 34.
Weitere Infos: http://oemg-dmv-2017.sbg.ac.atDuring this congress, 450 international participants will meet from 11 to 15 September at the University of Salzburg Faculty of Natural Sciences to discuss research and teaching, to hold workshops and to participate in lectures by well-known colleagues.
Mehr erfahrenImportant dates and information about registration for courses at the Sprachenzentrum (Language Center), Winter Term 2017/18.
Mehr erfahrenThe Fund for the Promotion of Scientific Research (FWF) has approved the research project "Prices and Wages in Salzburg and Vienna, 1450 to 1850". The project is under the direction of Professor Reinhold Reith, University of Salzburg, and Professor Thomas Ertl, University of Vienna.
Mehr erfahrenOrientation for first time University of Salzburg students will be held from 26 to 28 September in the Große Universitätsaula.
Mehr erfahrenThe Summerschool is a cooperative project of the Universities of Graz, Vienna and Salzburg. The program includes visits to the UNESCO World Heritage cities of Salzburg, Graz and Vienna. Coordinator of the University of Salzburg is the communication scientist, Kurt Luger.
21 - 22 September: "Religion and Poverty". This symposium addresses the ambivalent role of religion in the fight against poverty.From 21 to 22 September 2017, the Center for Ethics and Poverty Research at the University of Salzburg is organizing an international symposium on poverty research in which 70 scholars from all over the world will be focusing on the topic of religion and poverty, which has so far hardly been discussed.
Mehr erfahrenSome 90 international philosophy students, ranging from Bachelor to Doctorate levels, present and discuss their current philosophical questions and answers in the Unipark Nonntal.
Mehr erfahrenAmerican researchers at the Benaroya Research Institute in Seattle (USA) recently identified a specific type of immune cell in human blood. Immunologists from the University of Salzburg under the direction of Biologist Dr. Iris Gratz discovered and tested this special helper T-cell population in the skin, as well.
Mehr erfahrenIn his dissertation, the sports scientist, Florian Rieder, from the University of Salzburg came to the conclusion that vibration training has a developing effect on the patellar tendon at the knee. Now, the FWF is funding a follow-up study that examines whether this training also helps as a therapy for knee pain due to degeneration of the patella tendon (tendinopathy). Participants are being sought for this Sports Medicine study.