Summer Term 2019

I. Interdisciplinary Kolloquium

The interdisciplinary colloquium is designed as a block event. Students, who wish to give a lecture, can sign up via the online registration form. All mandatory credits necessary to obtain the Marsilius Certificate must have been gained beforehand (see Article 5 of the statute). The event dates are set in coordination with the participants.


II. Brückenveranstaltungen


Data Processing in Biomedical Research: Technological, Normative and Societal Challenges

Dr. Jan Korbel, Biology/Biotechnology

Dr. Fruzsina Molnár-Gábor,  Law

Economic, Psychological, and IT-related Challenges of Ageing Societies: Contrasting Poland and Germany

Prof. Dr. Katja Mombaur, Technical Computer Science

Dr. Grzegorz Kula, Macroeconomics (University of Warsaw)

Prof. Dr. Christiane Schwieren, Economics

Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Wahl, Psychology/Gerontology

East European History of the 20th Century Before the Court of Human Rights from Historical and Legal Perspectives

Prof. Dr. Ute Mager, Public Law

Prof. Dr. Tanja Penter, East-European History

China’s Regions as seen from a Geographical and Historical Perspective

Prof. Dr. Olaf Bubenzer, Physical Geography

Prof. Dr. Hans Gebhardt, Human Geography

Prof. Dr. Enno Giele, Sinology

Philosophical Aspects of Modern Physics as illustrated by Newtonian Mechanics

Prof. Dr. Matthias Bartelmann, Physics

Prof. Dr. Marcus Elstner, Physical Chemistry (KIT)

Prof. Dr. Mathias Gutmann, Philosophy (KIT)


III. Discipline-specific courses for non-majors




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