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Equality for women: “Still too many with outdated views!”

for 20 years, Prof. Dr. Margarete Blank-Bewersdorff was the Women's Representative at Hof University. 20 years in which a lot has happened in terms of equality for women at Hof University. Shortly before her retirement in September, we at Campuls.digital take another look back at her office and let her take stock. [more]

published: 24.06.2022

Project I2P2 connects Hof University with six countries on three continents

In cooperation with six international partner universities in Finland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Mexico and the USA, Hof University of Applied Sciences develops joint courses and projects. What makes this special is that all modules are interdisciplinary and open to students from all disciplines and faculties [more]

published: 24.06.2022

Competence network for refrigeration and air conditioning Hochfranken meets

On Monday, July 18, starting at 4:00 p.m., the Kältekreis³, the competence network for refrigeration and air conditioning technology in Hochfranken, invites you to the sixth and thus first meeting after the Corona pandemic. The aim of the network is to give small and medium-sized companies in the region the opportunity to exchange their knowledge about refrigeration and air conditioning technology and to promote innovations in these areas. [more]

published: 22.06.2022

Information and application days for prospective and undecided students

In the coming weeks, the faculties of economics, computer science and engineering will be holding various information days at the Hof campus for prospective and undecided students. This will give students the opportunity to get to know the degree programs, the university's premises, fellow students and lecturers. [more]

published: 15.06.2022

Virus- and bacteria-free surfaces – an interview with Jessica Wittmann on the “KH Bett” research project

Since 2020, Jessica Wittmann has been researching an unusual idea: The fisheries waste chitosan is to be used to arm surfaces against viruses and bacteria and thus inhibit the spread of pathogens. So will we already be lying in such a coated bed during a future hospital stay or will we soon be riding in a bus whose seats are practically free of viruses and bacteria? [more]

published: 15.06.2022

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