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Adlershof Journal Nov/Dez 2018

Avoiding bridge failures through prevention:

The start-up Sensical seeks to use fibre-optical measurement technology to examine buildings and develop maintenance plans

Forty-three people died when a bridge collapsed in Geneva in mid-August. A ruptured cable was the likely cause. In Germany, too, the bad condition of many bridges regularly makes the headlines. In Berlin, many busy...
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BIM creates inventions:

Searching for skilled personnel, the company vinarIT is focusing on older staff

vinarIT GmbH integrates IT systems for planning, implementing, and operating large infrastructure projects. The company needs staff who are skilled in construction technology as well as IT. A rare combination. The...
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Sprinting towards the tandem cell:

How the Helmholtz Innovation Lab HySPRINT brings together business and research

Researchers at the Helmholtz Innovation Lab HySPRINT conduct application-based research on promising solar cells. The development of their refined ideas depends on bringing working together with the industry. A...
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All You Need Is Glass:

Scientists from BAM Adlershof are researching unbreakable glass

Ralf Müller starts waxing lyrical when he talks about glass. “It’s such a fascinating material. Much lighter and even more robust than steel,” says Müller, who is head of the Department 5.6 Glass at the BAM Federal...
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Battery electric buses and self-driving trams:

The future has already arrived at Siemens Mobility in Adlershof

When the first self-driving tram whooshes towards us, it looks like an ordinary tram riddled with cameras, sensors, radars and laser scanners. It is the most recent feat of the development department at Siemens...
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Starting out by dropping out:

Two apprentices from Adlershof tell us about their new careers

Hundreds of thousands of young people in Germany go to university. The natural sciences are increasingly popular. However, every third student drops out of college. They do so for various reasons. Dropping out must...
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Stepping out of the comfort zone:

From scientist to entrepreneur and back – Two examples from Adlershof

A fresh start. Not many people dare to make it. However, a change of perspective can be very rewarding as is shown by the example of two people from Campus Adlershof, who went from researcher to business founder and...
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The Online Revolutionary:

Borsu Asisi is building a new foundation for digital communication

For every technology, there is a time to step down. The steam engine was replaced by the combustion engine, the airship by the aeroplane, and propellers by jet fuel. For Borsu Asisi, this is the bottom line of 200...
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Meet: Event Manager Nicole Acksteiner:

The future director of Acksteiner Events is organising the Science City Adlershof’s first annual ball

Nicole Acksteiner has courage. She is not afraid of entering unknown terrain. The event manager is currently making a name for herself for among the people of Adlershof for hosting the Science City’s first annual...
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Photokathode. Copyright: J. Kühn/HZB


Photocathodes with high quantum efficiency for bERLinPro

A team at the HZB has improved the manufacturing process of photocathodes:

Teams from the accelerator physics and the SRF groups at HZB are developing a superconducting linear accelerator featuring energy recovery (Energy Recovery Linac) as part of the bERLinPro project. It accelerates an intense...

HZB trifft Forschungsvereinbarung mit jordanischer Delegation


Delegation from Jordan visited the HZB

Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) will intensify its cooperation with Jordanian large-scale research facilities :

This was agreed between the HZB management and representatives of a high-ranking Jordanian research delegation, which visited the HZB at the end of November 2018. On 27 November 2018, H.E. Dr. Khaled Toukan, Chairman of the...

Bild: HZB


Two new Helmholtz Young Investigator Groups approved at HZB

Competencies in catalysis research are strengthened:

Starting in 2019, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) will be establishing two new Helmholtz Young Investigator Groups and thereby strengthening its competencies in catalysis research. The Helmholtz Association will be funding...

Fokussierung eines XUV-Lichtstrahls


MBI researchers develop gas lens to focus XUV radiation

Atomic jet - the first lens for extreme-ultraviolet light developed :

Scientists from the Max Born Institute (MBI) have developed the first refractive lens that focuses extreme ultraviolet beams. Instead of using a glass lens, which is non-transparent in the extreme-ultraviolet region, the... Dr. Janina Kneipp Hu Berlin


Physio-chemist Prof Dr Janina Kneipp is this year’s awardee of the Caroline von Humboldt-Professorship

The renowned professorship is funded with 80,000 euros annually:

The professorship named after Caroline von Humboldt is awarded each year to honour an excellent female professor at HU. It aims at increasing the recognition and visibility of female academics. This year’s awardee is the...

Events / Dates

Thu 30 Aug Thu 20 Dec

Ausstellung "Momentum" - Ölbilder von Elke Mann Magnusstr. 11, 12489 Berlin
Foyer ZBU II

Thu 01 Nov Tue 01 Jan

Satellite Exhibition: Eco-connectivity Rudower Chaussee 26, 12489 Adlershof

Thu 13 Dec

15.30 - 17.00 Jugend forscht-Infotreffen Rudower Chaussee 24, 12489 Berlin
Forum Adlershof, Hans Grade-Saal

Thu 13 Dec

18.30 - 22.00 Letzter Adlershofer Science Slam „Battle den Horst“ Rudower Chaussee 17, Eingang über Volmerstraße 2, 12489 Berlin
Bunsen Saal

Fri 14 Dec

13.30 FBH-Kolloquium: Integrated quantum optics in laser-written waveguide structures Gustav-Kirchhoff-Straße 4, 12489 Berlin
Seminarraum 1

Sun 16 Dec

16.00 Hänsel und Gretel / Ein Puppenspiel gespielt von Ulrich Müller-Hönow Moriz-Seeler-Str. 1, 12489 Berlin