What projects are the early stage researchers, artists and designers of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar currently researching? How comprehensibly and stirringly can they present their work?
The poster contest is for research projects from doctoral candidates and all young researchers, designers and artists of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. Advanced research projects from Masters and Diploma students arealso accepted.
Congratulations to this year's winners!
Laura Shllaku - Best scientific Poster / Jury prize + audience choice
Masterthesis European Urban Studies
»Climate change and future resilient cities: Understanding urban sprawl phenomenon in Flanders and its relation to climate change adaption process«
Christin Zacharias - Best Elevator Pitch / Jury prize + audience choice
Doctoral research at the department Structural Analysis and Component Strength
»Dämpfungsphänomene - Experimentelle und Numerische Untersuchungen«
Vanesa Yepes - Overall prize Scientific Communikation / Jury
Doctoral research at the department Instructional Design
»Can user interface features impact anxiety in digital settings?«
We are gratefully thanking this year's Poster Contest Jury:
- Luise Nerlich - Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, Building Morphology
- Raimo Harder - Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transport System Planning
- Jens Hauspurg - Faculty of Art and Design, Visual Comminication
- Rebekka Ladewig - Faculty of Media, History and Theory of Cultural Technologies
10 posters have been presented at the Elevator Pitch - the participants coming from 6 different nations and all our four faculties:
Najmeh Dokhanchi, doctoral research at the department Building Physics
»Measurement of Indoor Climate by Sound Field Analysis«
Sofia Florian, Masterthesis Architecture
»Raum und Rendering - architektonische Bilder als Erkenntnismedium«
Nina Franz, doctoral research in the area of culture and media studies
John Hanna, doctoral research at the department Computational Mechanics
»Computational Modeling and Design of Self-Healing Concrete«
Luise Helas, doctoral research at the Graduiertenkolleg 2227 Identität und Erbe
»Die ehrenamtliche Denkmalpflege in der DDR, am Beispiel von Dresden«
Aryan Koshravani, doctoral research at the department Computational Architecture (InfAr)
»Analyzing Architectural Space: Identifying the Relationship Between Architectural Configuration and Saliency of Spaces Using Integrated Eye-Tracking Technology in Virtual Reality Headset.«
Fabiola Tartaglione, Doctoral research at the department Structural Analysis and Component Strength
»Structural modelling by means of the Generalized Beam Theory (GBT)«
The Wissenschaftstag 2018 has been moderated by Prof. Dr. Jan Willmann, Junior Professorship "Theory and History of Design" and Prof. Dr. Christopher Buschow, Junior Professorship "Organization and Network Media".