The Senior Citizens' Academy of the TU Ilmenau opens up to all citizens and is now called "TU Ilmenau Citizens' Campus

Our next lecture

Friday, December 10, 2021, 3:00 p.m, Faraday Lecture Hall
Our lecture, on 10 December 2021, is unfortunately cancelled.
 

Current notes

Due to limited space ,pre-registration is absolutely necessary forparticipation in the eventsat:

Course (tu-ilmenau.de).

Each person must register there once as a guest and can then register for the next lecture. If registration is no longer possible because the maximum number of participants has been reached, you will not be able to attend the lecture in question. Without registration, participation is also not possible!

Mandatory requirements for participation are proof of complete vaccination, recovery from Covid 19 disease, or a negative PCR test (3G plus rule).

There will be data collection for contact tracking purposes. There are other infection control measures in place before, during and after the events in accordance with current Corona regulations.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail: buergercampus@tu-ilmenau.de.

Fall semester 2021

The program for the fall semester 2021 can be found here:

>Fall Semester 2021 Program<.

For further information, please contact us via e-mail: buergercampus@tu-ilmenau.de.

Holders of semester passes for the spring semester 2020 please also contact this e-mail address.

Preview of the spring semester 2022

The events take place in the Faraday lecture hall (Weimarer Straße 32, access from Prof. Schmidt-Straße) every Friday at 3:00 p.m. (see General Information - Site Plan of the TU Ilmenau).

The following dates are planned for the spring semester 2022:

25.02. | 04.03. | 11.03. | 18.03. | 25.03. | 01.04. | 08.04. | 22.04. | 29.04. | 06.05. | 13.05. | 20.05. | 03.06. | 10.06.

In addition there will probably be a date for an excursion.

Review of previous semesters

"Will drones fall on our heads in the future?", "Artificial intelligence - public perception and risk communication" or "The digitalization wave in medical care: Claim and Reality": The range of content covered by the TU Ilmenau Citizens' Campus is diverse and includes socio-political and cultural-political topics, natural sciences and humanities, technical, economic, medical, historical and cultural topics.

In the review of previous semesters you will find an overview of the events and topics of the past years.

Review of previous semesters

General information

Founded in 2006, the Senior Citizens' Academy at the TU Ilmenau, now TU Ilmenau Citizens' Campus, is an open continuing education program for all interested persons from Ilmenau and the surrounding area.

General information on participation in the TU Ilmenau Citizens' Campus

Responsible for the program and organization of the TU Ilmenau Citizens' Campus is the  TU Ilmenau in cooperation with the Universitätsgesellschaft Ilmenau - Freunde, Förderer, Alumni e.V..