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Education for Sustainable Development – International Summer School for Future Teachers

The international Summer School “Teaching the SDGs - Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship,” which will take place from August... more
Prof. Dr. Petra Warschburger im Interview

Chronically Ill – How Do You Get Through the Corona Pandemic?

Imagine you are ill, have been ill all your life. And then comes Corona. While everyone is talking about vulnerable groups, you are one of them. What... more
Prof. Karoline Wiesner

33 Questions to Prof. Dr. Karoline Wiesner

What connects ant colonies and the Internet, financial markets and the human brain? They are complex systems – a comparatively new field of research,... more
„Antirassistische Briefkästen“ an der Uni Potsdam

Diversity at the University of Potsdam – “Anti-racist Mailboxes” at four different locations

When students experience racism, we are there for them with our Anti-racist Mailboxes at four different locations at the University of Potsdam. In... more
Damage after the flood in the Eifel

Risk management of floods and droughts depends on event magnitude

How effective and sustainable is risk management of flood and drought events worldwide? Empirical data show that this obviously depends on the event... more
Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann

Is the International Rule of Law on the Rise or on Decline? – A DFG research group examines the role of international law in a changing world

 
Third party dispute settlement within the framework of the World Trade Organization, the establishment of the International Criminal Court, sanctions... more
Prof. Dr. Jasper Tjaden

Data Instead of Ideology – Social scientist Jasper Tjaden researches migration and integration

"I didn't know the University of Potsdam very well before, but it’s just beautiful here. It’s green, you have rivers and lakes on your doorstep, and... more
Eye movement measurement

In the Blink of an Eye – Eye movements can reveal a lot – A junior research group investigates what exactly

Eye movements have long been a subject of research. For decades, cognitive psychology and psycholinguistics have been analyzing eye movements to... more
Prof. Peter van der Beek researches the driving forces behind mountain formation

Across Mountains and Valleys – Prof. Peter van der Beek researches the driving forces behind mountain formation

Geoscientist Peter van der Beek is a specialist in thermochronology. With this method, he looks far back into the history of mountain ranges and... more
Annika Koch (left) and Prof. Maja Apelt (right) in interview

Diversity with the Potential for Conflict – The project “Bodyrules” researches official and unofficial rules related to the body

How do cultural and religious diversity influence the way we deal with each other in public institutions such as schools, swimming pools, and... more