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Threats of alleged mass attacks have appeared on walls around the campus. The police don’t believe that there is any indication of real danger at the moment.
Ruhr University has set itself the goal of contributing significantly to the current global challenges as a sustainable university as of 2030. To this end, the university has now adopted a dedicated Mission Statement.
Since the advent of digitalisation, sales is no longer what it used to be. But that doesn’t mean that everyday work routine can’t get better as a result.
RUB is currently setting up structures for the management of research data from all disciplines. A prototype software version for the storage of research data is ready. Now, the university is looking for testers.
The Rectorate appeals once again to students to wear masks indoors.
At the end of a working day, nurses have covered quite a few kilometres. They would like to save themselves some of the trips. Voice assistants might help do just that.
The ageing population is putting pressure on the labour market and the pension system. Still, we shouldn’t be alarmed, says Martin Werding, newly instated Sage of Economy.
A psychology team at RUB is interested in how work processes can be optimised in teams that work in different locations. The researchers put their faith in augmented reality.
Machines can be taught to reliably detect cancer. What we need now are methods to ensure data protection. Researchers in Bochum already have an idea of how this can be achieved.
Using cloud services without running into trouble with the GDPR – the company Edgeless Systems makes it possible. Founder Dr. Felix Schuster reflects on the somewhat difficult entry into a new market.
The new issue shows what feminisms are and why there is not only one feminism.
A great number of Iranian citizens are studying and researching at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. They are extremely worried about their families and fellow students back home.
Centralised measures and individual behaviour add up to noticeable energy savings. Every single contribution counts
The national savings target for energy is 20 per cent. Together with other higher education institutions in Germany, RUB plays its part in showing solidarity.
A technical tool that takes over routine tasks or helps make difficult decisions – this is the dream! But not for everyone.
The Cluster of Excellence CASA launches a science comic series and takes readers on a fascinating journey to the secrets of secure systems – at no cost. The second comic has now been published.
Time off. Computer off. But the mind keeps going round and round in circles. And when the mobile phone lights up seductively, you’re quickly back at work. Marcel Kern is researching how to escape this spiral.
The election will take place on 7 November.
The Study Bridge programme has been building a “study bridge” to Eastern Europe for eight years. RUB facilitated the first reunion of Study Bridge alumni in difficult times.
Bochum's work scientists are launching their seventh EU project in a row. This time, artificial intelligence is to support young people in their career orientation.