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Project Electrific: University of Passau and Deggendorf Institute of Technology shape the future of e-mobility

Funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, academics from the University of Passau and Deggendorf Institute of Technology are working together on a project to make electric vehicles more sustainable and attractive for consumers....

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Academics from the universities of Passau and Paderborn collaborate in the Digivation project. Professor Jan H. Schumann (rear left) leads the Passau team. Photo: University of Paderborn

The digital transformation of the economy: 1.5 million euros in federal funding for research project 'Digivation'.

Digital transformation is the growth and innovation engine par excellence. Nevertheless, German small and medium-sized enterprises have only partly begun to exploit the potentials that digitalisation offers. For this reason the...

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Professor Jan Krämer

Net neutrality: good reasons to allow exemptions

Professor Jan Krämer, a spokesperson for the planned research cluster CyberSpaces, explains in this video clip why net neutrality might not always be a good thing.

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Pictured: The participants of the Sino-German Teacher Education Forum in Passau. First row (from left to right): Professor Jutta Mägdefrau, Vice President Ursula Reutner, Professor Wu Weidong, Dr Shao Yanhong, Dr Hans-Stefan Fuchs; second row (from left to right): Janne Leino, Cheng Jing, Professor Zhang Kongyi, Professor Matthias Brandl, Hu Yijun; back row (from left to right): Matthias Böhm and Professor Andreas Michler. Photo: University of Passau

Sino-German Teacher Education Forum held in Passau

Following the signing in 2016 of the trilateral co-operation agreement between Zhejiang International Studies University (ZISU), Hanns Seidel Foundation and the University of Passau, the partners recently met in Passau for a...

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The planned research cluster Cyber<>Spaces

19 professors – one challenge

In the planned cluster CyberSpaces, 19 scholars from four different faculties will work together on one topic: the societal implications of digitalisation. In a video clip, Professor Andreas König offers some insights into the...

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