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unizeit series »Interviews«

A conversation with Vice-President Eckhard Quandt.

Professor Eckhard Quandt, who has been the Vice-President of Research, Transfer, Scientific Infrastructure and Digitalisation at Kiel University since October 2020, has big plans for his term in office. He takes a look at the current processes in an interview with unizeit.

Markus Hundt

Vice President for studying, teaching and continuing professional development, Professor Markus Hundt, knew what he was getting himself into when he was elected to this post by the University Senate on 7 October last year.

Nele Matz-Lück

Legal expert Professor Nele Matz-Lück has been the Vice President for international affairs, young researchers, equality and diversity since October 2020. In an interview with "unizeit", she gives insights into her new role.

Florian Henkies

Florian Henkies, 27, is one of 15 doctoral researchers in the new Research Training Group (RTG) TransEvo. unizeit spoke to him about the importance of evolutionary research in Kiel, the advantages of doctoral research in a research training group, and the special challenges in the coronavirus year.

Simone Fulda

On 1 October 2020, Professor Simone Fulda was sworn in as the first female President of Kiel University. In an interview with "unizeit", she gives insights into her vision for the CAU.

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Professor Joachim Thiery was appointed full-time Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Kiel University in April. In his interview with unizeit, he comments on the future development of university teaching and the future key topics of research.

Dr. Puli Chandramouli Reddy

Dr Puli Chandramouli Reddy from India is currently conducting research in the working group led by Professor Thomas Bosch and in the Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) 1182 "Origin and Function of Metaorganisms" at the CAU. In the unizeit interview, the visiting scientist from India reveals what brought him to Kiel and what he is currently working on.

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How do we as people deal with our finality? And what has that got to do with growth criticism? An interview with philosopher Professor Ludger Heidbrink.

Rainer Herges

Molecules that can be specifically controlled open up new possibilities for materials and applications in medicine. Researchers are working on this in the Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 677 "Function by Switching". The research partnership ends this year. unizeit spoke with CRC spokesperson Professor Rainer Herges.

bank note with the German word for "unconditional basic income"

It sounds too good to be true: what if you got enough money to live from without having to do anything in return? unizeit discussed "unconditional basic income" with business ethicist Dr Alexander Lorch.

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