Exhibitions and Information Events


Campus City - the University comes to the city

Between October 10 and 23, 2022, the University of Bremen will again offer events for everyone in the city center. The geosciences will also be there. Join us on a city excursion and learn about Bremen's building blocks. The guided tours will take place on:

  • Guided stone tour of Bremen city center on 13.10. (meeting point: cathedral steps) with Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann
  • Guided stone tour of Bremen city center on 18.10. (meeting point: cathedral steps) with Dr. Torsten Bickert
  • Guided stone tour of Bremen city center on 24.10. (meeting point: cathedral steps) with Prof. Dr. Gerhard Bohrmann

Please find impressions on Campus City 2021 here.

OpenCampus - opening worlds sharing knowledge

From 7th to 11th of June 2021 the University of Bremen invites all interested people from Bremen and around to a digital OPENCAMPUS WEEK!

From Monday to Thursday information events and talk sessions about StartUps, career entries and professional trainings, sports, health and nutrition will be offered, the "International Day" will be celebrated. On Friday, June 11, the departments and research institutions will open their doors for you. Via the interactive campus map you will find information, videos and audios about us, our research activities and study programs in the GEO building and in our pagoda in the campus park. We also offer an extensive live program. Talk to our scientists about urgent questions of future life on Earth or take part in a live-measurement in the laboratory. Your registration for participation will be accepted from May 21, 2021, as long as places are available.
You can also find more geoscientific offers in the pagodas of the geoscientific collection and MARUM.
We are looking forward to your visit!

You don't have time on 11th of June, 2021? That doesn't matter. The interactive campus map will be online by the end of the year.



OpenCampus Week:
June 07-11, 2021,
Presentation Department of Geosciences:
June 11, 2021


Location:
virtually via the interactive campus map: Pagoda FB5 and Geo Building


Live-Program:
June 11, 2021,
3pm & 4pm: Dialogues with Scientists,
5pm: Live Investigations of Volcanic Rocks in the Laboratory.


PHENOMENAL 2020 – Discover Bremen. Meet Science.

In 2005, the historic Hanseatic city of Bremen was the first in Germany to be awarded the title of 'City of Science'. Innovation from tradition – that’s how best to describe Bremen’s role in exploring new ways forward. This extraordinary intermeshing of science and city life can be felt everywhere, which explains why Bremen’s 2020 Theme Year is all to do with science and knowledge! Bremen will be celebrating the world of knowledge from January to September 2020 – so join in, marvel, and meet science!

Event at MARUM
Bremer Ocean Day
26.2.2020 09:30 - 13:30
Auditorium building Uni Bremen

Open Campus: Open Worlds - Share Knowledge

Visit us in our pagoda in the Campus Park on the topic of 'Volcanism in Germany', or get an insight into the 'Department of Geosciences' and its study program offer, or meet researchers in the "Meet the Expert" panel. The "geowissenschaftliche Sammlung" and the Centre for Marine Environmental Research, MARUM, are also represented at the Open Campus with their virtual offerings, which all those interested in geosciences should definitely visit. All events are free of charge.

Program:
June 15,19, 2-12 pm

Location:
Campus Park
University of Bremen, Central Area

Lectures:
2.30-3.00 pm, MZH Building, room no. 1460
Universität Bremen, Zentralbereich

Open Campus: Open Worlds - Share Knowledge

The University of Bremen invites interested people in and around Bremen to an OPEN CAMPUS day on June 17, 2017 from 2 p.m. to midnight.



Come and visit us in our pagoda on Campus-Park with insights to "Open worlds - extreme habitats" or take part in the guided tour "Modern material analysis: phase analysis with X-ray diffraction". For young geoscientists (age 6-10), the Kindercampus Workshop "Jung trifft Steinalt" offers a student lab. We are looking forward to your visit.



Free admission all day long - however, guided tours and workshops have limited places. Please follow the link on the right to book a ticket for the tour or workshop (free of charge) in the description.

Program:
Jun. 17,17, 2-12 pm

Location:
Campus Park
University of Bremen, Central Area

Guided Tour:
2.30 + 4.00 pm

Jung trifft Steinalt:
4.30 + 5.30 pm


Science Year 2016*17 – Seas and Oceans

Das Wissenschaftsjahr 2016*17 setzt inhaltlich sechs Themenschwerpunkte:
Nahrungsquelle & Schatzkammer, Rohstofflager & Energielieferant, Arktis & Antarktis, Wetterküche & Klimamaschine, Seestraße & Handelsroute, Sehnsuchtsort & Naturgewalt.

Die Mitmach-Ausstellung auf dem Frachtschiff MS Wissenschaft ist vom 14.-17. Juli 2016 in Bremen an der Liegestelle `Tiefer 2`. Alle Interessierten sind herzlich eingeladen, die Ausstellung zu besuchen. Sie spricht speziell Schulklassen, Familien und Jugendliche ab 12 Jahren an. Der Eintritt ist frei.

Location:
Liegestelle "Tiefer 2"

Öffnungszeiten:
From Thursday, 14.7.
until Friday, 15.7.
daily 10 am to 7 pm

Ocean workshop Bremen
16./17.07.2016

MARUM-Wanderausstellung MeerErleben

Die interaktive Ausstellung MeerErleben zum Thema Ozeane und Meeresforschung wurde gemeinsam von der ECE Projektmanagement G.m.b.H. & Co. KG und dem Bremer MARUM – Zentrum für Marine Umweltwissenschaften konzipiert.

Mit sieben Modulen zu Themen rund ums Meer und die Meeresforschung tourte MeerErleben zwischen 2009 und 2015 durch deutsche und internationale Einkaufszentren der ECE und wird zum Abschluss im Bremer Weserpark zu sehen sein. Die Ausstellung, die auf insgesamt 220 Quadratmetern präsentiert wird, richtet sich an die interessierte Öffentlichkeit und mit speziellen Führungen an Schulklassen, Lehrerinnen und Lehrer.

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Location:
Weserpark Bremen
Hans-Bredow-Straße 19

28307 Bremen

Duration:
9.6.-25.6.2016

Ausstellung "Meeresforschung im Land Bremen"

Die Meeresforschung hat sich im Land Bremen in den letzten 30 Jahren zum größten Wissenschaftsschwerpunkt mit großer internationaler Sichtbarkeit entwickelt. Mit unterschiedlichen Ausrichtungen und Intensitäten beteiligen sich daran in zum Teil enger Kooperation die beiden Universitäten, die beiden Hochschulen und mehrere außeruniversitäre Einrichtungen. Die Forscherinnen und Forscher arbeiten an Projekten vom Küstenbereich bis zur Tiefsee mit regionalen Schwerpunkten in der Nordsee, in den Tropen, im Atlantik und in den Polargebieten. Die Ausstellung präsentiert ausgewählte Arbeiten aktueller Forschungsprojekte, in Form von Exponaten, Bildern und Videos sowie Übersichtstexten.

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Location:
Haus der Wissenschaft
Sandstraße 4/5
28195 Bremen

Duration:
3.2.-26.3.2016

Opening:
Prof. Dr. Gerold Wefer
3.2.2016 um 17:00 Uhr