Working across subject and institutional borders, they are exploring the foundations of our world and our life, developing future-fit technologies and seeking answers to the foremost contemporary issues. Their work is made possible through LOEWE, the programme for promoting cutting-edge research initiatives in the federal state of Hessen.
What role models are associated with the profession of architect and how do they affect gender relations among architects? How does order come into the design of architecture and how do digital tools influence the design of architecture? During their four years of LOEWE funding, the scientists of the LOEWE focus Architecture of Ordering (AO) dealt with these and other research questions.
As part of the finissage with a diverse exhibition and event program, the results of the interdisciplinary research groups will be presented from November 2 to 10, 2023, at the TU Darmstadt, Department of Architecture, at the German Museum of Architecture in Frankfurt and at the cinema in the Audimax of the TU Darmstadt. Among them are researchers from architecture, sociology, history and media studies, and legal history.
The detailed program can be found here.
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The LOEWE Cluster CMMS (Multiscale Modeling in the Life Sciences) will again organize the lecture series "CMMS Talks" in the winter semester 2023/24. External speakers bring their own impulses from the international scientific community to the LOEWE Cluster CMMS. Every two weeks, speakers present their current research results to the scientists of the LOEWE Cluster. With their contributions, experts in their field also encourage CMMS scientists to be even more creative in their research.
The CMMS Talks will take place every second Thursday at 2 p.m. starting October 19, 2023, in the lecture hall of the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), Ruth-Moufang-Str. 1, Frankfurt am Main.
Dr. Benoit Morel from the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) will kick off the event with a lecture entitled "Models and methods for disentangling the complexity of gene and species evolution."
Registration is not necessary.
Basic medical research • Innovative methods in diagnostics and treatment • Technological research for medical advancement • New approaches in cancer research • Pharmaceuticals research • Lung research
Media changes: What are the implications of digitalisation for communication, research and society? • Development and learning processes in children • Conflict resolution in civil society • Language basics • Relations between human beings and animals in society
How did our world come into being? • Learning from insects • Can cells be given specific properties? • Climate change and biodiversity • Climate impact research • Small-scale mass spectrometry? • Resource-conserving energy storage
In the December issue of ProLOEWE-NEWS 2023, you can once again expect a wide range of current topics from LOEWE projects: From projects that show how science "works" to research by LOEWE-TBG on dangerous pathogens and the leishmaniasis self-test by LOEWE-DRUID, which is going into production. Further highlights are the reviews of the opening of the Offenbach Institute for Mobility Design (OIMD), which emerged from LOEWE-IDG, and the LOEWE-AO finissage.
ProLOEWE faces with Dr Elisabeth Hollender, spokesperson for the LOWE Cluster "Minority Studies: Language and Identity" and Professor of Jewish Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt. She researches the cultural history of medieval Judaism and its interaction with the surrounding culture.
March / April 2024