|  Almost there - TenneSwim Marathon reaching end

HFU Professor Dr. Andreas Fath is nearing the end of his 1,049 kilometer marathon swim along the whole length of the Tennessee River in the USA which he began on 27 July 2017. He will complete the swim in Paducah Kentucky at the end of August. During his Swim for Science, he and his team he are taking water samples  to analyse the water quality of the river. His message is that we are all res...

 |  Important Winter Semester Dates

Lectures for current students begin again for the winter semester 2017/18 on Wednesday, 4 October 2017. The welcome events and orientation sessions for our new 1st semester students take place in the first week of October. The First Semester Welcome Event on the Schwenningen Campus takes place on Wednesday 4 October 2017 at 8.00am in Room A 0.08/A 0.11. On the Furtwangen Campus it begins at 10...

 |  Kitchen Sponge research results go international

The recently published research on the contamination of kitchen sponges headed by HFU professor, Dr. Markus Egert, has already attracted worldwide interest from radio and TV stations, internet and print media. Here are the links to some of the English publications so far: Science magazine:http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/07/your-kitchen-sponge-harbors-zillions-microbes-cleaning-it-could-make...

 |  HFU certificate for local school pupils

Can school pupils go to university lectures? Yes, that's possible, through a special series of lectures organized for schools by the Electrical Engineering programme at Furtwangen University (HFU). Experts from HFU and industry give lectures every week on current topics related to their research and work, giving a good insight into their working world. Topics range from development methods in the ...

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