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Picture of Dr Günther Hribek, Professor Carola Jungwirth and Professor Tomas Sauer

‘We would be foolish not to join forces’

The objective of knowledge transfer – the ‘third mission’ of universities – is to put the knowledge derived from research to good use and make it available to business and society. In an interview, Professor Carola Jungwirth,...

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THE Impact Ranking: excellent quality of education at the University of Passau

After the positive ranking results in 2018, the University of Passau can be pleased about another success in an international comparison. In the current Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Ranking, the University of Passau ranks...

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The picture shows the guests from Hangzhou with Vice President Professor Daniela Wawra (2nd from the left), ZLF Deputy Chairman Professor Werner Gamerith (2nd from the right) and Dr Hans-Stefan Fuchs, Head of the Teacher Placement Office for Primary and Secondary Education (3rd from the right). Photograph courtesy of Florian Stelzer

ZLF Autumn School: Budding teachers from China visited the University of Passau

In October, a delegation of nine students and two lecturers from Hangzhou attended the Autumn School of Passau's Teacher Education Centre (ZLF), marking a milestone for student exchange as part of the co-operative partnership...

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40 Years University of Passau

Four decades of excellent research, innovative teaching and intense knowledge and technology transfer – in the heart of Europe. Find out what our university stands for and how we intend to tackle the challenges of the future in...

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With PRISMACLOUD, researchers from the University of Passau place the focus on cryptographic methods to enhance security and data privacy for cloud users. (Stock photo: Colourbox)

Better security for sensitive data: EU project PRISMACLOUD comes to a successful conclusion

A black felt pen, good hand-eye coordination and a photocopier: while that was all you needed to black out documents before the Digital Age, it certainly doesn’t pass muster these days. Scientists from the University's Chair of...

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