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The current members of the RTG 'Privacy' with Co-ordinator Martin Scherer (left) and postdoctoral researcher Martin Hennig (right) in front of the entrance to the University's Institute Building.

'Exceptional and fruitful' DFG Research Training Group 'Privacy' gains approval for the next funding period

The German Research Foundation (DFG) will continue to fund the Research Training Group 1681 'Privacy' of the University of Passau with some 3.7 million euros; the funding period runs from 2016 to 2021. The University will use...

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Left wall, front to back: Su Jiao, Qu Liwen, Hua Xia, Dr Hans-Stefan Fuchs, Prof. Andreas Michler, Janne Leino; centre, left to right: Prof. Christina Hansen, Vice President Ursula Reutner, Prof. Zhao Jiehui, Prof. Wu Weidong; right wall, front to back: Gu Yuntao, Dr Yao Min, Hannes Niedermeier, Hu Yijun, Chen Xiaoping.

Chinese delegation visits the University

As part of the international research project 'Bildung für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung' – Education for Sustainable Development – representatives from Zhejiang International Studies University, Hangzhou, the Teacher Education...

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ACROSSING: University of Passau researchers develop smart- home technology

A Passau team of researchers led by Professor Oliver Amft are working on a new technology that will allow senior citizens to live in their own homes independently for longer. This research is conducted as part of the...

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University of Passau Selected to Contribute to Security Aspects for EU H2020 IoT Research Project

The University of Passau has been selected to participate in the Adoptive Gateways for Diverse Multiple Environments (AGILE) project, which is funded by the European Commission's Horizon 2020 ICT30-2015 Programme. The University...

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Research profile 2014-15 of the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics

For the first time, the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics has released an extensive report of its major research activities in 2014-15. We will continue to publish this annual research profile in the next years.

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