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Top-level research and equity in educationUDE’s 20-year anniversary

  • von Astrid Bergmeister
  • 30.08.2023

20 years of success: founded in 2003, UDE has made its mark as a research institution in the German university landscape. It acts as a major driving force in the Ruhr area as an innovation region.

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Digital Control for EveryoneRecognizing Data Mining

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 18.08.2023

The annoying cookie window again! Clicking on "accept all" is the easiest thing to do. A project led by Prof. Nicole Krämer is researching what a query must look like in order to enable everyone to make an informed decision.

UDE/Bettina Engel-Albustin

Water Research: Microorganisms ward off parasitesPotential new function of CRISPR-Cas system discovered

  • von Juliana Fischer
  • 28.07.2023

Microorganisms use the CRISPR/Cas system to combat viral attackers. A research team led by Prof. Alexander Probst has now discovered another function of the specialized genome sequence and published the findings in Nature Microbiology.

UDE/Frank Preuß

2nd Henriette Herz Scout at UDEChemist seeks Talents

  • von Dr. Alexandra Nießen
  • 13.07.2023

Not directly connected – but inseparable: Interlocked molecules behave like chain links. Prof. Jochen Niemeyer at the UDE-Faculty of Chemistry is researching how they are applied. As scout in the Henriette Herz Programme of the Humboldt Foundation, he is looking for support.

Duisburger Versorgungs- und Verkehrsgesellschaft mbH (DVV)

New project TeoSThe district heating network of the future

  • 20.06.2023

The district heating network of the future will be climate-friendly. The energy technology team is working with two energy suppliers to find out how this can work. TeoS, as the project is called, is being funded with 800,000 Euros.

UDE/Andreas Reichert

Contact electrification projectWhy so charged?

  • von Ulrike Bohnsack
  • 31.05.2023

If two materials have contact, an electrostatic charge transfer can occur. It may cause small sparks during discharging. Such contact triboelectricity can be used to generate electricity. UDE-physicists investigate the effects. That's funded with over 250,000 euros by DFG.


Online Microscopy PlatformSee-through for Everyone!

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 10.05.2023

Microscoping without a microscope: Made possible by UDE BioSLiDES, a project by biologist Dr. Michael Kloster. The platform he has built containing preparations of plants, animals and microorganisms is free of charge and accessible to everyone – worldwide.

Cornell University

Origin revealed Why nickelates are superconducting

  • von Ulrike Bohnsack
  • 28.03.2023

Superconductors are the stars among electrical conductors and important for quantum computers and medical imaging. Nickelates are a promising material for this purpose. An international physics team with UDE participation has now been able to clarify an essential question.

UDE/Robin Msiska

Publication in Advanced Intelligent SystemsListen up, Material!

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 27.03.2023

A material recognizes and interprets speech and saves time-consuming computing processes: physicists at the UDE together with colleagues from Ghent University (Belgium) have developed this system. The potential applications go much further.

UDE/Jennifer Meina

Ukrainian researcher received scholarship at UDEBetween the lines

  • von Jennifer Meina
  • 09.08.2022

Writing about language and literature when one is at a loss for words. This is what happened to Ukrainian scholar Prof. Mariya Shymchyshyn during the war in her home country. She is now at the UDE on a scholarship - and has rediscovered her language.

UDE/Silke Rink

Safe and Efficient Transport of HydrogenEnergy in Iron and its Oxides

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 08.08.2022

Storing and transporting hydrogen easily, safely and without loss on a scale of millions of tons – in metal form: engineers are developing materials and processes for this purpose in a project funded by BMBF.

UDE/paluno - RUB

Fingerprint sensors and crypto walletsSecurity vulnerabilities revealed

  • von Birgit Kremer
  • 15.07.2022

Security experts from paluno, the Ruhr Institute for Software Technology at the UDE have revealed many vulnerabilities in fingerprint sensors and crypto wallets. They used a newly developed technique that, for the first time, enables fuzz testing of protected memory areas in…

Carpus+Partner AG

Research building approvedNew methods for top-level research

  • von Thomas Wittek
  • 08.07.2022

Funding for the new ACTIVE SITES research building has been secured: Following the Science Council, the Joint Science Conference (GWK) has now also given green light for the new 70-million-euro building.

UDE/Bojana Kravic

Catabolic Processes in CellsControlling the Danger Within

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 06.07.2022

The human body has trillions of cells that work non-stop and produce waste that is decomposed in cellular trash cans. If these are damaged, it becomes dangerous. Biologists from UDE published in "Molecular Cell" how cells protect themselves from the peril within.


Publication in ScienceCan the internet be addictive?

  • von Cathrin Becker
  • 20.05.2022

Prof. Matthias Brand has been researching for years what goes on in the minds of addicts and how their behavior can be changed. In the current issue of Science, the psychology professor now analyzes the similarities between problematic Internet use and other addictions.


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