at the Mathematics / Natural Sciences faculty


... is the path of an idea from research and teaching into people's schools, businesses and households.

Around 140 people (professors, academic and supporting scientific research staff) are currently teaching and researching the various topics within our profile lines at the faculty.

With their personal commitment, they contribute to the ongoing development of our profile and help us to research the topics of tomorrow here in Koblenz.

We have a correspondingly broad range of technical infrastructure and the associated expertise, for example with regard to analysis and measurement methods.

In the case of suitable transfer projects, this can be utilised under certain conditions.

We train future subjects, disciplines and managers, particularly in the STEM fields, in independent and interdisciplinary study programmes both at the university and in cooperation with the university and the Federal Institute of Hydrology.

Teacher training, teacher education plays a prominent role for us and we see ourselves as a special point of contact and multiplier in and for the region.

Accordingly, the faculty is also characterised by many interdisciplinary research cooperations and transfer projects that have grown over the years. We cultivate and value cooperation with the region at least as much as with international partners.

For example, we have very strong regional cooperation in and around Koblenz and the surrounding regions such as the Westerwald, the Eifel, the Ahr Valley and the Neuwied Basin.

With a view to the world, there is cooperation with Spain, France, Finland, Georgia, Rwanda (Rhineland-Palatinate's partner country), Madagascar, Indonesia, India and Ukraine.

So don't be shy and simply get in touch with us. We can also offer our expertise to your company.

On the following pages you will find information about the transfer projects of the department.

To familiarise yourself with the full range of possibilities, please refer to the relevant professorships and working groups.

We will also show you the transfer of research into practice and opportunities for co-operation.


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