Our project partners in Most are currently organizing new field trips for pupils and students on the topic of environment and coal.
The energy sources in the countries’ energy mix play an important role in the Czech-Saxon region. The aim of the project is to familiarize pupils and students with this topic and to improve their knowledge in the field of environmental protection.
The following field trips are scheduled:
- 19 June 2018: Field trip “Recultivated sites of the coal basin around Most” (according to field trip plan II)
- 20 June 2018: Demonstration project “Environmental measures for the extraction and treatment of brown coal”
- 26 June 2018: Field trip “Recultivated sites of the coal basin around Most” (according to field trip plan II)
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Engineer 4.0 – Why leave the field to the men?
Are you interested in technology and looking for challenges for your future? Then your path is clear!
Where elsewhere calculations are solely done stubbornly out of the textbook, you have the view for the bigger picture, think outside the box and get creative in the development of new solutions. The engineering profession is no longer a pure male domain – and that’s a good thing.
On Girls’ Day, we want to introduce you to the versatile world of process engineering: Which research topics are currently up to date, which occupational fields are available, how does the course of study look like and what comes after that? In addition to theoretical content and discussions with our female engineers at the institute, you can also lend a hand and carry out exciting experiments. For the grand finale, we’ve prepared something special for you – that’s pretty cool!
Click here for the day’s detailed program (in German language), arranged especially for you!
You are interested?
Then quickly sign up now until 19 April 2018 at https://www.girls-day.de (target page in German language) and join us at our institute!
Save the Date: 26 April 2018 (Please take notice of our information on the exemption from school on Girls’ Day.)
Click here for the Girls’ Day radar (target page in German language).
We are looking forward to seeing you!