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Summer semester 2017 326 Seminars
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5.02.713 Projektarbeit Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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**Vorbesprechung am Anfang des Semesters. Termine nach Vereinbarung vom 22.05.-07.07.2017.**
Excercise - Vincent Hoeber
Dr. Maria Will
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wolfgang Zotz
5.04.4073Ü Übungen zu Computational Fluid Dynamics I Montag: 13:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017)

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Excercise 1 Zeinab Gharibi
Shumian Zhao
2.03.018 Judicial Protection and fundamental Freedoms in the EU Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Christine Godt
3.02.102 Ü Spoken English: Famous Speeches in British and Irish History and Culture Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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‘The nature of oratory is such that there has always been a tendency among politicians and clergymen to oversimplify complex matters. From a pulpit or a platform even the most conscientious of speakers finds it very difficult to tell the whole truth.’ Aldous Huxley This course provides you with an introduction to some of the most well-known speakers and speeches in Irish and British history, from Elizabeth I to Robert Emmet; from Mohandas Gandhi to Emmeline Pankhurst, as well as to more recent speeches and contemporary figures such as the Irish celebrity drag queen Pandora Panti Bliss. As well as developing your knowledge of British and Irish historical figures, the course will deepen your understanding of public address as a rhetorical art, familiarise you with standards and approaches to the analysis of speeches, and enhance your ability to analyse and evaluate discourse. - This course forms one half of the compulsory module ang311: Integrated Language Skills. The module is assessed via a portfolio. The assessment requirement for this Spoken English course is a 15-20 minute oral language test at the end of the semester, with the grade to be added to the result from Written English. In-class presentations will count towards active participation and will provide students with valuable language feedback.
Excercise - Rachel Ramsay
6.03.772 Statistical Programming with R Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ort: W33 0-003
Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: A04 2-201 (Rechnerraum)

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Lecture - Dr. Fabian Sobotka
5.04.4236 Aeroelastic Simulation of Wind Turbines Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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A student who has met the objectives of the course will be able to: o understand the basic concept of an aero-servo-elastic computer code to determine the unsteady aerodynamic loads, o derive and validate the required parameters to model the aero-hydro-elastic response of a wind turbine, o identify and interpret the required empirical parameters to correct the blade element momentum (BEM) method with respect to dynamic inflow, unsteady airfoil aerodynamics (dynamic stall), yawed flow, dynamic wake modeling, o explain the effects of the different models on the resulting time series and validate the code, o interpret design standards for on- and offshore wind turbines, select the required load cases according to site-specific environmental data, o identify the dimensioning load cases and calculate design loads for different main components of a wind turbine. Contents: The course focuses on the practical implications and hands-on experience of the aero-hydro-servo-elastic modelling and simulation of wind turbines. The subjects are similar but the treatment is complementary to the parallel course ‘Design of Wind Energy Systems’, which deals with the underlying theo-retical background: o advanced wind field modelling for fatigue and extreme event loading, o modelling of wind farm flow and wake effects, o rotor aerodynamics (e.g. stationary or dynamic effects, comparison of Blade Element Momentum theory and more advanced methods like free vortex methods or CFD), o structural dynamics and dynamic modelling of wind tur-bine structures (modelling by ordinary or partial differential equations, stochastics, multi body system modelling), o advanced control of wind turbines, o design standards, design loads and design aspects of offshore and onshore wind turbines. The students analyse in pairs a model of an entire wind turbine with the aid of a typical wind turbine design tool like GH Bladed, Flex5 or Aerodyn/FAST.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Juan José Trujillo Quintero, M. Sc.
Luis Enrique Vera Tudela Carreno
Dr. Rasoul Shirzadeh
3.02.042 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), BM
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 PD Dr. Michaela Keck
5.13.514 Microbiological Excursions Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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nach Vereinbarung, siehe Aushang will be announced
Excursion - Prof. Dr. Heribert Cypionka
Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon
3.02.104 Ü Spoken English: Urban Life Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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In this course, we will survey and compare some of the most populous and vibrant cities in English-speaking countries, with a general focus on American and British cities. We will look at New York, Chicago, London and other major cities as social, cultural and physical systems in an effort to tease apart their unique character from universal laws of city life. For instance, we’ll consider how cities fail and succeed, what’s so great about skyscrapers and whether hipsters are a force for urban good - among other questions. This course forms one half of the compulsory module ang311: Integrated Language Skills. The module is assessed via a portfolio. The assessment requirement for this Spoken English course is a 15-20 minute oral language test at the end of the semester, with the grade to be added to the result from Written English. In-class mini-presentations will count towards active participation.
Excercise - Inga Zalyevska
3.02.309 DS Directed Studies Termine am Mittwoch. 12.04., Mittwoch. 26.04., Mittwoch. 10.05., Mittwoch. 24.05., Mittwoch. 07.06., Mittwoch. 21.06., Mittwoch. 05.07. 16:30 - 18:00
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This course is open to all students who are preparing to write or are already in the process of writing their BA and MA theses in American literary and cultural studies. Here, students can develop an exposé in the course of the term, or present the results of their current work on their projects, as well as hone their academic writing skills. The course also offers opportunities to discuss seminal theoretical texts central to the research projects of the participants. Requirements: regular attendance; development and presentation of an exposé; completion of writing assignments; active participation in class discussions and writing exercises. Credit points: 3 KP (6 KP as research module). Schedule: weekly (t.b.a. according to the schedules of the participants).
other - PD Dr. Michaela Keck
3.02.041 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), BM, Ort: A07 0-025
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00, Ort: A14 1-102 (Hörsaal 2), A14 1-101 (Hörsaal 1)

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Excercise 2 PD Dr. Michaela Keck
3.02.151 S Hyde and Seek: Queer Doubles in Gothic Fiction Mittwoch: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), AM

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"The Gothic," as Joseph Bristow pertinently observes, "provides a generic space in which many kinds of sexual otherness can take shape." Barely hidden in the eerie settings of Gothic horror, then, queer characters are only seemingly displaced onto abject terrain. In fact, more often than not, Gothic texts instigate a fascination with sexual otherness on the side of the reader – but %%it takes one to know one%%, as the disclosure of queer subtexts necessarily leads the reader into dangerous territory: mandatory as a key to understanding the text, the decoding of queer subtexts also fundamentally presupposes an identification of the reader with their queer subject. What is more, the Gothic affords a motif that seems exceptionally apt to facilitate the processes of queer recognition: the double. This seminar will therefore focus on Gothic texts that, arguably, use the literary motif of the double – be he a portrait, a rogue, or the devil himself – as the irreducible queer remainder of a fragmented self that persistently reasserts itself in the course of a century that is increasingly wrapped up in the task of defining homosexuality as a clear-cut identity category. Please read: Hogg, James. %%The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner.%% Oxford: OUP, 2010. Stevenson, Robert Louis. %%Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.%% Ed. Katherine Linehan. New York and London: Norton, 2003. Wilde, Oscar. %%The Picture of Dorian Gray.%% Ed. Michael Patrick Gillespie. New York and London: Norton, 2006. Please watch: %%Fight Club.%% Dir. David Fincher. Perf. Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and Helena Bonham Carter. 1999. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2013. DVD. %%Black Swan.%% Dir. Darren Aronofsky. Perf. Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Vincent Cassel, and Barbara Hershey. 2010. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2011. DVD.
Seminar 2 Dr. Christian Lassen
3.02.170 S English as a Global Language Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), AM

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Ronald Geluykens
20.01.315 Englisch Aufbaumodul 2 C Dienstag: 10:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Language course 4 Richard Dawton
1.07.211 Schwerpunkt Arbeitsmarkt: Income and labour market inequalities in a comparative perspective (Lehrsprache Englisch, Prüfungsleistung Deutsch oderEnglisch) Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), A06 4-411

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Martin Heidenreich
6.03.413 Auditory Cortex (option 2 in neu410) Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 16:00 - 17:00
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6.03.411 (Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology) is a mandatory prerequisite for this course. See also Module Handbook (Modulbeschreibung) for additonal information on module content and options.
other - Prof. Dr. Jannis Hildebrandt
5.02.622 Neurophysiology - Lab Exercise Termine am Donnerstag. 30.03. 10:00 - 12:00, Montag. 10.04. - Freitag. 14.04., Montag. 17.04. - Freitag. 21.04., Montag. 24.04. - Freitag. 28.04. 09:00 - 16:00
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Muss im Zusammenhang mit Seminar 5.02.621 belegt werden.
Excercise - Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
Prof. Dr. Martin Greschner
Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
5.13.512 Microbial Ecology Termine am Montag. 08.05. - Dienstag. 09.05. 16:00 - 18:00, Mittwoch. 10.05. 15:00 - 17:00, Donnerstag. 11.05. - Freitag. 12.05., Montag ...(mehr), Ort: W15 0-027, W15 0-023
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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Peter Schupp
Dr. Bert Engelen
Dr. Maren Striebel
2.03.004 Internal Market Law Harmonisation and Competition Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Christine Godt
3.02.601 Ü Begleitveranstaltung für TutorInnen der Anglistik/ Amerikanistik (Linguistik/ Sprachwissenschaft) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Excercise - Dr. Ilka Flöck
5.04.4072 Computational Fluid Dynamics I Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: W33 0-003, W30 0-033/34

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Deeper understanding of the fundamental equations of fluid dynamics. Overview of numerical methods for the solution of the fundamental equations of fluid dynamics. Confrontation with complex problems in fluiddynamics. To become acquainted with different, widely used CFD models that are used to study complex problems in fluid dynamics. Ability to apply these CFD models to certain defined problems and to critically evaluate the results of numerical models. Content: CFD I: The Navier-Stokes equations, filtering / averaging of Navier- Stokes equations, introduction to numerical methods, finite- differences, finite-volume methods, linear equation systems, NS-solvers, RANS, URANS, LES, DNS, turbulent flows, incompressible flows, compressible flows, efficiency and accuracy.
Lecture 2 Wilke Trei
Dr. Bernhard Stoevesandt
2.02.151 Financial Accounting Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: A14 1-101 (Hörsaal 1)
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.04. 18:00 - 20:00, Dienstag. 18.04. 12:00 - 14:00, Donnerstag. 11.05., Donnerstag. 18.05. 18:00 - 20:00, Freitag. 14.07., Freitag. 13.10. 13:00 - 14:00, Ort: A14 1-102 (Hörsaal 2), A11 1-101 (Hörsaal B), A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G) (+2 weitere)

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Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Kerstin Lopatta
Katarina Böttcher, M.A.
2.13.011 Case Study Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, zweiwöchentlich (zweiwöchentlich, ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Ingo Mose
1.07.084 The Uprisings in the Middle East: Arab Spring or Islamist Winter? (Lehrsprache Englisch, Prüfungsleistung Deutsch oder Englisch) Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Dr. rer. pol. Berna Öney
RTG-Seminar Donnerstag: 18:00 - 19:30, wöchentlich (ab 09.01.2014)

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The Seminar is for the Members of the RTG SensoryBio, but of course is open to all interested persons on dates where e guest lecture takes place. Every Member of the RTG will present his or her project zwice each year, additionally each month one guest lecture and one methotodological talk takes place. For detailed information please visiti the RTG Homepage: www.uni-oldenburg.de/sensorybio
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Dipl.-Chem.
Prof. Dr. Henrik Mouritsen
5.06.607 Biomass Energy II Mittwoch: 08:30 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Vorlesung, Ort: W00 0-001
Termine am Mittwoch. 21.06. 08:00 - 10:00, Ort: W04 1-162

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Based on Biomass Energy I (Winter term lecture course) potential, application, problems and perspectives for Biomass based energy supply (sub)systems are reviewed. A written exam is held at the end of the lecture period. Details - see http://http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/ppre/
Lecture 2 Dr. Alexandra Pehlken
Prof. Dr. Michael Wark, Dipl.-Chem.
3.02.076 Ü (a) Introduction to Integrated Language Studies Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), BM
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

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******* KEY INFORMATION: It is possible to take both 'Introduction to Integrated Language Studies' and 'Academic Speaking and Writing Skills' in the same semester to complete the module ang080 - however, students may not be able to sign up for both halves themselves. If this is the case, please contact the course lecturerer to be added to the Intro course. ******* The course “Introduction to Integrated Language Studies” provides an introduction to the practical study of the English language at university level. Class work will include practical language sessions, written homework items, a referenced essay, and a set of electronic grammar assignments to be completed throughout the semester. Students will be given the opportunity to develop both their receptive and productive language skills. This will involve listening practice (including many varieties of English); reading and writing (covering a variety of genres relevant for university work); and speaking, with special emphasis on communicative effectiveness and academic register. The homework and class exercises will also lead to a diagnostic evaluation of English proficiency and advice for further self-study. Assessment for the course is via a portfolio on a pass-fail basis. You must pass all the portfolio items in order to pass the course. Materials for the course will be provided via Stud.IP, and students will be given suggestions for grammar reference works and dictionaries at the start of the semester. * * * LANGUAGE AIMS During the course, students will work towards achieving the following advanced-level competencies according to the Common European Framework of Reference: Listening -Understanding extended speech, lectures and news reports, even those containing complex lines of argument, in both standard dialects and other varieties of English. Reading -Understanding long and complex factual and literary texts; appreciating distinctions of style. Writing -Expressing ideas in clear, well-structured text; expressing points of view on complex subjects at some length with a(n academic) style appropriate to the reader. Speaking -Expressing ideas, accounting for and sustaining opinions and taking an active part in discussions fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. (Note that speaking plays a larger role in the second half of the course.)
Excercise 2 Inga Zalyevska
5.13.513 Microbiological Colloquium Mittwoch: 17:00 - 19:00, zweiwöchentlich (zweiwöchentlich, ab 05.04.2017)

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Detailed program will be announced
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon
Prof. Dr. Heribert Cypionka
2.02.1211 Topics in Economic Research: Financial and Monetary Economics Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Hans-Michael Trautwein
5.06.610 Compact Biogas Workshop 2017 Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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The Compact Biogas Workshop is a special 3,5-days compact course with a seperate registration procedure. The workshop is liable to pay costs. The costs of the workshop are dependent on your status. Please visit http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/physics/studies/courseofstudies/ppres/ppre/cooperations-and-events/biogas-workshop-2017/ for further details and registration via the online registration form.
Practical course - Eduard Knagge, Dipl.-Ing.
Andreas Günther
3.02.305 KO New Research in British and Anglophone Literary and Cultural Studies: Fach Anglistik/ Englisch Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), KO

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Colloquium 2 Dr. Christian Lassen
2.02.1151 Wirtschafts- und Rechtschinesisch II Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017)
Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)
Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 in Bearbeitung
5.02.643 Neurosensory science of hearing (Option 3 in bio640) Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 16:00 - 17:00, Dienstag. 06.06. - Freitag. 09.06., Montag. 12.06. - Freitag. 16.06., Montag. 19.06. - Freitag. 23.06., Montag. 26.06. - Freitag. 30.06., Montag. 03.07. - Freitag. 07.07. 09:00 - 18:00
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5.02.644 (Introduction to Matlab) und 6.3.411 (Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology) sind Voraussetzungen für diese Wahloption. 5.02.644 (Introduction to Matlab) and 6.3.411 (Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology) are mandatory prerequisites for this course See also Module Handbook (Modulbeschreibung) for additonal information on module content and options.
Internship - Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
3.02.201 S Culture in the EFL Classroom Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), AM, Ort: A05 1-159
Termine am Montag. 12.06. 08:00 - 10:00, Ort: A01 0-006

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Seminar 2 Dr. Birte Sause
2.13.062 Marine Spatial Planning Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Ingo Mose
Dr. Thomas Klenke, Dipl.-Geol.
Malena Ripken, M. Sc.
6.02.022 Multivariate Statistics II Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Hans Colonius, Dipl.-Psych.
2.02.350 International Economics Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Hans-Michael Trautwein
5.03.291 Perspectives of Bioenergy Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)
Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 18:00 - 18:30

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Start: Do 06.04.2017 / Ende: Do 29.06.2017
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Rainer Buchwald
Apl.Prof.Dr. Luise Dorothee Giani
Dr. Thomas Klenke, Dipl.-Geol.
Dr. Alexandra Pehlken
Kai Michael Röhrdanz
Prof. Dr. Michael Wark, Dipl.-Chem.
2.02.351 International Economics Termine am Mittwoch. 19.04. 18:00 - 20:00, Freitag. 23.06. 08:00 - 12:00, Freitag. 23.06. 12:00 - 18:00, Freitag. 30.06. 08:00 - 12:00, Freitag. 30.06. 12:00 - 18:00, Ort: V03 0-E003, S 2-205, A01 0-005
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Seminar - Dr.rer.pol. Dennis Drews
3.02.070 Ü (j) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: The American Experience THUR 4-6 Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

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The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Inga Zalyevska
3.02.181 S Null Subjects in Theory and Acquisition Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), AM

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This class will deal with different kinds of null subjects from a cross-linguistic/language acquisition perspective. For instance, German sentences like "Regnet ja übelst", "Hat sich schon gemeldet" und "Nein, weil gegessen wurde" do not have a grammatical subject. We will compare such sentences with similar sentences from various typologically-different languages like English, Spanish, Italian, Bulgarian, Russian, Chinese etc. Alongside with pinpointing the differences between different types of null subjects and different classes of null subject languages we will also deal with the implications such cross-linguistic differences have in the domain of language acquisition, especially second language acquisition. In addition, we will look into the diachronic development of languages with respect to null subjects or in other words into how languages lose their null subjects.
Seminar 2 Dobrinka Genevska-Hanke, M.A./M.Ed.
3.02.503 SÜ Praxisteilmodul (Gym/WiPäd) Mittwoch: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), MM
Termine am Freitag. 28.04. 14:00 - 18:00

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Against the backdrop of current research in Didactics, students are expected to analyse teaching and learning materials as well as (excerpts from) current textbooks. The communicative approach towards language teaching but also the most recent trends in task-based language learning will serve as basis for an in-depth look into the requirements and realities of language learning classrooms. The development of units of work and lesson plans will be informed by research in the field so that theories of language learning and teaching can be critically applied to a selection of tasks, resources and ideas for projects. Lesson planning involves • realistic target setting, • allowing for differentiation, • an appropriate choice of materials and media • as well as devising appropriate assessment strategies. Schemes of work submitted by students will be put under close scrutiny by peers and the lecturer in order to determine their viability in the classroom. Ideally, concepts and strategies will be put into practice during subsequent internships. Assessment format: -in mid-term you are expected to prove your planning skills by handing in a short assignment on a material / a topic as part of a unit of work -towards the end of term you are asked to submit a more comprehensive analysis of a topic or a task and- evolving from this - a lesson plan
Excercise 2 Dr. Sylke Bakker
3.02.045 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), BMÜ
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 Dr. Christian Lassen
5.04.4238 Wind Physics Student's Lab Freitag: 14:15 - 17:45, wöchentlich (ab 26.05.2017), Ort: W04 1-172
Termine am Freitag. 19.05. 14:15 - 15:45, Ort: W03 1-154

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The “Wind Physics Student’s Lab” aims to foster the learning processes in courses and seminars by own research activities of the students in wind physics. The course is offered in the scope of the initiative FLiF+ (German: “Forschendes Lernen im Focus”) at the University Oldenburg (see https://www.uni-oldenburg.de/flif/) and is organised as seminar with integrated work in the laboratory. Groups of two students each will investigate an individual, self-formulated research question and will be guided by the supervisors through the research-based learning process. In order to introduce the students to current wind energy research, each of three research groups at ForWind – University Oldenburg will supervise one seminar in a certain field. These topical seminars will be offered in subsequent semesters or in parallel. Each semester the available seminars will be announced. The seminar “Dynamcis and control of grid-connected wind turbines“ is related to the work of the research group Wind Energy Systems (WESys). It intends to give a deeper understanding of the control of wind turbines as special case in the field of control engineering. The seminar uses an experimental system which allows to investigate control tasks and interaction mechanisms of the functional chain of wind field, rotor, drive train, generator, transformer and electric grid. The seminar “Wind turbine rotor in turbulent inflow” is connected to the research group Turbulence, Wind Energy and Stochastics (TWIST). In this seminar, turbulent wind fields and their effects on wind turbines will be investigated. The students learn to work with measured data from the open field and perform own experiments with a model of a wind turbine in a turbulent wind tunnel. The seminar “Meteorological station data and numeric modeling” is based on the work of the research group Energy Meteorology (EnMet). Here, the students get a deeper understanding of the atmospheric boundary layer and its characteristics that are important for the utilisation of wind energy (vertical profiles, thermal stability etc.). The seminar offers research based learning by simulation of flow situations and analysis of real measured open-field data from meteorological masts and LIDAR devices by the students. The seminar consists of three main phases with different learning steps: 1st phase: Class-room seminar • building up basic competences • identification of the technical tasks • introduction to current research • introduction to the learning platform • investigating standard situations and functional interaction by means of the experimental system • defining an own research question • defining an experimental strategy • planning the experiment 2nd phase: Laboratory work (1 week) • set-up, execution, data acquisition and decommissioning of the experiment 3rd phase: Evaluation and documentation • evaluating the experiment • documentation with a short report (paper) • presentation
Seminar 4 Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Andreas Hermann Schmidt
Dr. Detlev Heinemann
Prof. Dr. Joachim Peinke
3.02.034 TUT Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Tutorial - Laura Peters
5.02.011/5.17.026 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Biologische Psychologie/Masters Colloquium Biology Psychology Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Seminar - Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
5.04.616d Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering II Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 11.04.2017)

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Excercise - TutorInnen, der Physik
3.02.043 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), BMÜ
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 Dr. Christian Lassen
3.02.130 S Representing Irishness on Stage and on Screen Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), AM

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
5.04.4665 Tools in Advanced Photonics Mittwoch: 09:00 - 13:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Labore HS Emden

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Teaching and learning in this component will be through "hands on" demonstration. This form of teaching and learning is important in acquiring competence and skills and advancing understanding by practical experience. The students learn to consider specific key instrument types in current usage in the field of photonics, laser and optics. This will be delivered in a lab course study format with each instrument being evaluated in terms of operating principle, design, and signal processing. Content: Laser design and concepts in photonics, solid state lasers, tunable laser systems, gas lasers, industrial laser systems, ultrashort laser systems, diode lasers, optical fiber technology, photonics instrumentation.
Internship - Hans Josef Brückner
Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Bert Struve
Ulrich Teubner
Markus Schellenberg
Sandra Koch
Sabine Tiedeken
Volker Braun
Stefan Wild
Johannes Diekhoff
5.06.205 Wind Energy II - Applications Freitag: 08:00 - 09:30, wöchentlich (ab 05.05.2017)

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The students acquire an advanced knowledge in the field of wind energy applications. Special emphasis is on connecting physical and technical skills with the know-how in the fields of logistics, management, environment, finances, and economy. Practice-oriented examples enable the students to assess and classify real wind energy projects. Special situations such as offshore wind farms and wind farms in non-European foreign countries are included to give the students an insight into the crucial aspects of wind energy also relating to non-trivial realizations as well as to operating wind farm projects. Contents: Assessment of the resource wind energy: Weibull distribution, measurement of wind speeds to determine the energy yield, fundamentals of the WAsP method, partial models of WAsP, MCP method for long-term correction of measured wind data in correlation with long-term reference data, conditions for stable, neutral and instable atmospheric conditions, wind yield assessments from wind distribution and power curve, fundamentals of determining the annual wind yield potentials of individual single-turbine units. Tracking effects and wind farms: Recovery of the original wind field in tracking flow of wind turbines, fundamentals of the Risø model, distance spacing and efficiency calculation of wind turbines in wind farms, fundamentals of offshore wind turbines, positive and negative effects of wind farms. Operating wind farms: Influences on the energy yield of the power efficiency of wind farms, three-column model of sustainability: “magic triangle”, profit optimization for increased energy production
Lecture 2 Dr. Hans-Peter Waldl
6.02.029 Part 2: Psychological interventions within the framework of evidence-based medicine Termine am Freitag. 05.05. 10:00 - 12:30, Freitag. 12.05., Freitag. 19.05. 10:00 - 14:00
Description:
You should attend both parts of the course, 6.02.025 and 6.02.029
Seminar - Dr. Alexandra Lam
5.13.502 Sediment Microbiology Termine am Donnerstag. 04.05., Montag. 08.05., Donnerstag. 11.05., Montag. 15.05., Donnerstag. 18.05., Montag. 22.05., Donnerstag. 25.05., Montag. 29.05., Donnerstag. 01.06. 14:00 - 16:00, Ort: W15 0-027, W15 0-023
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Diese Vorlesung ist Vorraussetzung für das Praktikum 5.13.581 !
Lecture - Dr. Bert Engelen
Prof. Dr. Heribert Cypionka
Dr. Verona Vandieken
3.02.300 KO Language Use, Variation and Change: Fach Anglistik/ Englisch Dienstag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), KO

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Colloquium 2 Prof. Dr. Ronald Geluykens
5.13.521 Functional proteomics Termine am Montag. 04.09. - Freitag. 08.09., Montag. 11.09. - Freitag. 15.09., Montag. 18.09. - Freitag. 22.09., Montag. 25.09. - Freitag. 29.09. 09:00 - 18:00
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Ort: Räume der AG
Internship - Dr. Lars Wöhlbrand
Prof. Dr. Ralf Andreas Rabus
Christoph Feenders, Ph.D.
3.02.115 Ü Written English: Music in Social Movements Mittwoch: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), BM
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 10:00 - 12:00

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Music serves not only as a vehicle of cultural expression but also of social protest and change – whether or not individual artists intend their work to do so. This course provides instruction and practice in writing an argumentative academic essay while exploring the historical and social significance of a selection of songs, the relationship between the audience and the artist, connections between different musical genres, etc. In this process, we will learn various techniques for achieving coherence and cohesion in an essay, examine discourse functions of common grammatical structures, and survey basics of style in academic writing. As you reflect on your own work and that of others, you will develop your own writing and editing strategies as well as learn how to provide constructive feedback to other writers. Note: The module is assessed via a portfolio and the assessment requirements consist of a take-home essay and a 90 minute written language test. The grade will be added to the result from Spoken English. Homework assignments as required by the lecturer will count towards active participation.
Excercise 2 Inga Zalyevska
3.90.001 Forced Migration - Gendered Perspectives in Theory and Praxis Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)
Termine am Donnerstag. 04.05. 12:00 - 14:00, Samstag. 10.06. 10:00 - 14:00

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Module: ph060 – Forced Migration – Gendered Perspectives in Theory and Praxis Module description This module covers the essential knowledge of Forced Migration and provides an understanding of the causes and consequences of forced migration. The module examines also the various responses of governmental and non-governmental organizations to forced migration and its wider political contexts and its implication on both receiving and sending societies. The module draws on interdisciplinary and participative approach to the study of forced migration. It combines the best of academic scholarship on forced migration with a participatory method of learning and experience sharing. It aims to enable students to develop skills on the subject that are basic for either further studies or for developing a career in this field. Module structure By the end of module, students have to complete 56 hours in order to achieve a total of 6KP. The 56 hours of the module are divided as follows: Obligatory • Seminar: Forced Migration – Gendered Perspectives in Theory and Praxis (Saba Al Kuntar) including guests’ lectures, conference activity and one field visit. (28 hours) Electives • Workshop 1: Art-based research in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement. The role of Art-based research in refugees' camp in Uganda (Carlos Felipe Morgado) (7 hours) • Tutorial 1: Academic English writing / Presenting in English () (14 hours) • Tutorial 2: Gender und Flucht: Initiativen - Selbstorganisationen - Institutionen ( 14 hours) • Conference: Gender- Politics- Migration Studies 9th of June( 7 hours) Module assignments 1. Seminar a. Reading, attendance and active participation b. Assignment: 20-minute presentation in a seminar in English language, your presentation should briefly summarize on a selected topic, or 10-page paper written in German about a relevant topic, or briefly report on the Film Series: Migration in Cinema. 2. Workshops / Tutorials a. Reading, attendance and active participation as required by the guest scholars
Seminar - Saba Al Kuntar
2.12.071 Instruments of Sustainability Management Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-054, A14 1-103 (Hörsaal 3)

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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Christian Busse
Claudia Stüwe
5.02.851 II Molecular Development and Evolution of the Central Auditory System (Option II) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
Description:
Termin nach Vereinbarung
Excercise - Prof. Dr. Hans Gerd Nothwang
3.02.023 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), BMÜ
Termine am Dienstag. 18.04., Dienstag. 02.05. 14:00 - 16:00

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Dr. Ilka Flöck
3.02.140 S Weird Ecologies and Fantastic Geographies in American Fiction and Film Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Based on the assumption of a generically linked interrelation between weird and fantastic fiction and film, this course will scrutinize their respective poetics and aesthetics, and especially their spatial imaginations, from a distinctly American perspective. Surveying the seminal works of American Gothic fiction that have been associated with notions of the supernatural, the marvelous, the uncanny, the grotesque, the spectral, and, above all, the weird and the fantastic, the participants of the seminar will make themselves familiar with these concepts and the aesthetic theories and traditions in which they are embedded. The guiding question will be concerned with the unique position of the weird and the fantastic as notions that seem to be encompassed by the generic label of the American Gothic, while having spawned equally persistent and perfidious forms of American literary, visual, and auditory culture that are very much their own—in other words, ecologies and geographies of the weird and the fantastic. The participants will test provisional definitions of weird and fantastic fiction and film by locating and questioning their specific traits in novellas by Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft; in short stories by Herman Melville, Jamaica Kincaid, Joyce Carol Oates, Thomas Ligotti, and Jeff VanderMeer; as well as in John Carpenter’s The Thing and David Lynch’s Lost Highway. Theoretical texts as diverse as Sigmund Freud’s “The Uncanny,” Tzvetan Todorov’s The Fantastic, and Julia Kristeva’s Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection will provide the conceptual background for the analyses of these fictions and films. Aside from the short stories and the theoretical texts, which will be made available at the start of the semester, the following novellas need to be purchased by the participants: - Edgar Allan Poe, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket - H.P. Lovecraft, At the Mountains of Madness
Seminar - Julius Greve
6.02.015 Foundations of HCI and BCI Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
5.04.616 Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering II Freitag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: W03 1-156, W03 1-161 (Hörsaal)
Termine am Dienstag. 02.05., Dienstag. 23.05. 18:00 - 20:00, Freitag. 21.07. 10:00 - 13:00, Ort: W03 1-156, W03 1-161 (Hörsaal)

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%%aim/ learning outcomes%% To obtain advanced knowledge in application of mathematical methods to solve problems in physics and engineering %%content%% Matrices and vector spaces (linear vector spaces, basis, norm, matrices, matrix operations, determinant, inverse matrix, eigenvalue decomposition) Quadratic forms Linear equations (Gauss elimination, least-squares solution) Functions of multiple variables (stationary points, constrained optimisation using Lagrange multipliers) Fourier series
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Simon Doclo
5.04.4666 Personalized Medicine Freitag: 12:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.05.2017)

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2 SWS Vorlesung als Blockveranstaltung + Praktikum (Block nach Absprache) Dozent: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Thorsten Schmidt, thorsten.schmidt1@uni-oldenburg.de
Lecture 2 Thorsten Schmidt
5.13.581 Microbial ecology of marine sediments Termine am Montag. 31.07. - Freitag. 04.08., Montag. 07.08. - Freitag. 11.08. 08:30 - 10:00
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VL 5.13.502 Sediment Microbiology ist Teilnahmevoraussetzung! Das Praktikum ist begrenzt auf 12 Teilnehmer. Die Plätze werden bevorzugt an StudentInnen des Studiengangs Master Microbiology vergeben und nachfolgend an StudentInnen anderer Studiegänge. Innerhalb dieser Gruppen werden die Plätze durch Losverfahren vergeben. The number of participants for this module is limited to 12. Students which are enrolled for Master Microbiology will be preferred and the rest will be filled up with students from other study programs. Among the different groups, lots will be drawn.
Internship - Dr. Bert Engelen
Dr. Verona Vandieken
3.02.531 Ü Begleitung des Projektbandes (GHR) im Unterrichtsfach Englisch Freitag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), MM

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Excercise 2 Christian Kramer, M.A.
3.02.068 Ü (h) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: British and Irish Politics, History and Culture Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Rachel Ramsay
2.03.019 TU Judicial Protection and fundamental Freedoms in the EU Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 Prof. Dr. Christine Godt
Alisha Gühr
5.08.036 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Meeresoberflächen Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Seminar am Standort ICBM in WHV (Raum 202A im 2. OG). Verschiedene Vortragende. Freitags, 14:00 - 15:00 Uhr
Seminar - Oliver Wurl
Dr. Mariana Ribas Ribas
3.02.044 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), BMÜ
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 Dr. Christian Lassen
3.02.000 Kolloquium Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Seminar - Michaela Koch, M.A.
5.02.012 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Cochlea- und Hirnstammphysiologie Freitag: 08:30 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Aktuelle Termine/Themen bitte bei Frau Dr. Sienknecht erfragen.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. Ulrike Sienknecht
3.02.063 Ü (f) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: Lands Down Under Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 12.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Lauren Freede
5.04.898 Bremen Oldenburg Relativity Seminar Freitag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kunz-Drolshagen
Claus Lämmerzahl
5.06.109 Simulation of Renewable Energy Systems Dienstag: 08:30 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Sitzung

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Introduction to Software for the Simulation of Renewable Energy Systems
Lecture 2 Robin Knecht
5.04.4075Ü Übungen zu Computational Fluid Dynamics II Montag: 12:00 - 13:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017)

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Excercise 1 Zeinab Gharibi
Shumian Zhao
6.03.901 Research Techniques in Neuroscience Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 22.05.2017), Ort: A07 0-031
Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 24.05.2017), Ort: W04 1-172
Termine am Montag. 23.01. 15:00 - 16:00, Ort: W03 1-152

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Lecture - Dr. Anna-Maria Hartmann
Prof. Dr. Hans Gerd Nothwang
Dr. Carsten Bantel, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
Dr. Fabian Sobotka
N. N.
3.02.302 KO New Research in Applied and Theoretical Linguistics Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), KO

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Colloquium 2 Lina Abed Ibrahim, M.A.
Dobrinka Genevska-Hanke, M.A./M.Ed.
2.12.073 Sustainable Supply Chain Management Donnerstag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: A04 2-221, A14 1-102 (Hörsaal 2)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Christian Busse
Claudia Stüwe
3.02.112 Ü Written English: Ideas and Inventions from the Anglophone World Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 10:00 - 12:00

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Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
20.01.328 Wirtschaftsenglisch 2 B Freitag: 08:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: A05 1-159
Termine am Freitag. 14.07. 08:00 - 12:00, Ort: A05 0-055

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Für die Teilnahme an diesem Kurs wird ein Einstufungstest am Sprachenzentrum benötigt. Diesen können Sie am Dienstag, 14.03.2017 in der Zeit von 10-12 Uhr und von 13-15 Uhr in Raum A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G) abgelegen. Der Test (multiple choice test) dauert ungefähr 30 Minunten, kommen Sie also spätestens eine halbe Stunde vor Ende der angegeben Zeit vorbei. Eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich!
Language course 4 Kyra Sabine Huismann, B.A.
5.06.611 Lab Efficient Stove & Solar Cooker Donnerstag: 08:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 20.04.2017)

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only PPRE-Students allowed
Internship - Robin Knecht
Christiane Stroth
2.03.009 Knowledge Transfer Regimes in Intern. Relations Donnerstag: 09:00 - 11:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Christine Godt
6.02.023 EEG analysis with Matlab Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)
Termine am Montag. 10.07. 10:00 - 12:00

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Maren Stropahl
Dr. Martin Georg Bleichner
5.08.030 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Planktologie Montag: 10:30 - 12:10, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Helmut Hillebrand
Dr. Stefanie Moorthi
Dr. Maren Striebel
5.04.648 Wind Energy Utilisation Montag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ort: W33 0-003
Mittwoch: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: W01 0-008 (Rechnerraum)

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This lecture with exercises is intended as introduction into physics and engineering of wind energy utilisation. Nevertheless also social, historical and political aspects are regarded. The lecture gives a deeper understanding of physical effects, methods, calculations and parameters into the field of wind energy utilisation, wind physics and wind energy science. Experiments and exhibits are used to deliver deeper insights into the subjects of the lectures. The tutorial part consists of calculation exercises and an introduction into the common and professional software WindPro ® (subject to modifications). Students who have attended »Wind Energy Utilisation« in the Bachelor phase should be able to directly enrol for advanced wind energy lectures in the Master phase (without attending 5.04.4061 – Wind Energy). Content: • The wind: generation, occurence, measurement, profiles etc.; • Energy and power in the wind; • Drag driven converters; • Principle of lift driven converters; • Dimensionless parameters and characteristic diagrams of wind turbines; • Optimum twist and horizontal plan of the rotor blade; • Rotor power losses; • Power control; • Generator concepts and grid interaction; • Loads; • Mechanical design and components of a wind turbine; • Calculation of energy yield; • Economics; • Wind farms, wakes and wind farm efficiency; • Environmental effects; • Unconventional converters; • Prepared discussion about social and political aspects; • Use of wind farm calculation software WindPro
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Andreas Hermann Schmidt
5.04.4079 Advanced computational fluid dynamics and wind turbine aerodynamics Mittwoch: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: W33 0-003, V03 0-E003, (W33 2-204)

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The aim is that the students learn how to approach all kinds of real numerical problems in CFD and solve them. Everyone is supposed to be set up to date on the current problems and challenges of CFD in aerodynamics and their solutions. Content: CFD wake modeling, grid generators and computational stability, developing fluid structure interaction solvers, detached eddy simulations (DES), turbulent inflow field generation
Seminar - Dr. Bernhard Stoevesandt
6.02.002 Masters colloquium Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Colloquium 2 Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
20.01.314 Englisch Aufbaumodul 2 B Montag: 10:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Language course 4 Richard Dawton
5.06.209 Lab Small Wind Converter Donnerstag: 08:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 20.04.2017)

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only PPRE-Students (MSc)
Internship - Robin Knecht
Christiane Stroth
5.07.950 Modern Spectroscopy for Particle and Interface Analytics Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Lecture - Dr. Carsten Dosche
5.04.650 Hyperloop I Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Lecture 4 Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Thomas Schüning
6.02.026 Psychological Testing Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Seminar - Dr. Andreas Hellmann
Creative Science Writing (Natural Sciences) Termine am Donnerstag. 27.04. - Freitag. 28.04. 09:00 - 17:00
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The workshop is adresses to PhD students of the graduate school Oltech. 2-day training for preparing or writing a paper or an article Trainer: Derek Handley (Mediomix - Real Science Communication) Workshop content: -Introduction to academic rhetoric -Scientific Papers - Analysis of a single research paper -Writing and Audiences -Reviewer feedback - Writing exercises -Self-analysis and discussion -Key elements of language -Discussion of article abstracts, review abstracts and conference abstracts More details you find in the course agenda...
Seminar - in Bearbeitung
5.04.4235 Design of Wind Energy Systems Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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The students attending the course will have the possibility to expand and sharpen of their knowledge about wind turbine design from the basic courses. The lectures include topics covering the whole spectrum from early design phase to the operation of a wind turbine. Students will learn in exercises how to calculate and evaluate design aspects of wind energy converters. At the end of the lecture, they should be able to: + estimate the site specific energy yield, + calculate the aerodynamics of wind turbines using the blade element momentum theory, + model wind fields to obtain specific design situations for wind turbines, + estimate the influence of dynamics of a wind turbine, especially in the context of fatigue loads, + transfer their knowledge to more complex topics such as simulation and measurements of dynamic loads, + calculate the economic aspects of wind turbines. Introduction to industrial wind turbine design, + rotor aerodynamics and Blade Element Momentum (BEM) theory, + dynamic loading and system dynamics, + wind field modelling for fatigue and extreme event loading, + design loads and design aspects of onshore wind turbines, + simulation and measurements of dynamic loads, + design of offshore wind turbines, + power quality and grid integration on wind turbines.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
20.01.326 Wirtschaftsenglisch 1 B Mittwoch: 12:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Für die Teilnahme an diesem Kurs wird ein Einstufungstest am Sprachenzentrum benötigt. Diesen können Sie am Dienstag, 14.03.2017 in der Zeit von 10-12 Uhr und von 13-15 Uhr in Raum A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G) abgelegen. Der Test (multiple choice test) dauert ungefähr 30 Minunten, kommen Sie also spätestens eine halbe Stunde vor Ende der angegeben Zeit vorbei. Eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich!
Language course 4 Geraldine Barry
4.02.034 Family Affairs. The Tudors and the English Reformation Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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BA-Studierende kombinieren das Seminar bitte mit dem Tutorium 4.02.030!
Seminar 2 Annika Raapke
20.01.322 Advanced English for University Studies – Comprehensive Language Practice Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)
Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk3/sprachenzentrum/sprachen/englisch/kursangebot/english-for-university-studies/
Language course 4 Richard Dawton
2.02.156 Corporate Financial Statements Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-055
Freitag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-054
Termine am Mittwoch. 24.05. 08:00 - 09:30, Mittwoch. 14.06. 12:00 - 14:00, Ort: A11 1-101 (Hörsaal B), A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G)

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Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Kerstin Lopatta
Johann Trenkle
3.02.061 Ü (k) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: Discovering Canadian Culture - FRI 8:30-10 Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
3.02.400 Ü English for Educational Purposes: Teaching Grammar and Vocabulary Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017), Ü

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This practical course has several distinct aims: * To consider whether, what and how to teach grammar and vocabulary. Why do we teach it? Should we do so? What is important? What isn’t? What works? What doesn’t? * To introduce students to various strategies, techniques and resources for teaching English grammar and vocabulary in a classroom situation * To provide both practice at and feedback on grammar and vocabulary teaching. Ideally, students will also work on developing their own knowledge of English grammar and vocabulary! * * * This course is most suitable for students in MEd programmes who will go on to teach slightly older learners (the focus on grammar is not really appropriate for primary schools) and is heavily classroom-focussed (so is not ideal for anyone planning not to become a teacher) although all students are welcome.
Excercise 2 Lauren Freede
6.02.021 Sex, brain and behavior Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Please note: You have to register für both parts of the module (Tue, 10 -12 an Thu, 10 - 12)
Seminar - Apl.Prof.Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
5.04.4208 Oberseminar Signal- und Sprachverarbeitung Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Aktuelle Forschungsarbeiten aus folgenden Gebieten der Signal- und Sprachverarbeitung: Ein- und mehrkanalige Sprachverbesserung, Sensornetzwerke, Sprachmodellierung, Sprachtechnologie, Signalverarbeitung für Hörgeräte und Multimedia.
Forschungsseminar - Prof. Dr. Simon Doclo
6.03.541 Intervertebrate somatosensory system (option 2 in neu540) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
3.02.030 TUT Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Donnerstag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Tutorial - in Bearbeitung
20.01.316 Englisch Aufbaumodul 2 D Freitag: 10:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Language course 4 Jennifer Eidswick
57.01.210 Advanced presentation techniques - Fortgeschrittene Präsentationstechniken Termine am Freitag. 05.05. 15:00 - 18:00, Freitag. 09.06., Montag. 12.06., Freitag. 30.06., Freitag. 07.07. 09:00 - 18:00
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Seminar at 4 dates during the term. The dates will be defined at the first meeting.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Henrik Mouritsen
6.02.012 Research Colloquium Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Colloquium - Jeremy Thorne
3.02.074 Ü Additional Language Practice Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Excercise - Lauren Freede
3.02.022 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), BMÜ

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Dr. Ilka Flöck
6.02.024 Psychological colloquium Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Colloquium - Apl.Prof.Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
5.03.292 Cases in Bioenergy Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 18:00 - 18:30
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Start: Termine n. V.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Rainer Buchwald
Apl.Prof.Dr. Luise Dorothee Giani
Dr. Thomas Klenke, Dipl.-Geol.
Dr. Alexandra Pehlken
Kai Michael Röhrdanz
Prof. Dr. Michael Wark, Dipl.-Chem.
2.02.232 Corporate Finance Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ort: A14 1-101 (Hörsaal 1)
Termine am Freitag. 21.07. 08:30 - 09:30, Donnerstag. 12.10. 08:00 - 09:00, Ort: A14 1-102 (Hörsaal 2), A14 1-101 (Hörsaal 1), A11 1-101 (Hörsaal B) (+1 weitere)

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This course is an introduction to corporate finance. It covers typical tools and techniques used by financial managers in making investment and financing decisions, and it provides insights into their theoretical foundations. The concept of time value of money and net present value is discussed in detail, first under certainty, and then in the presence of uncertainty. We will examine the relationship between an investment’s risk and its return, and discuss ways to derive risk-adjusted cost of equity capital. In addition, the course provides insights into firms’ main sources of equity and debt financing, like shares, bonds, bank loans, or private equity. The topics covered in the course are relevant to decision-making in various areas of business management, including operations management, marketing, and in particular corporate strategy.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Jörg Prokop
3.02.027 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Dienstag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise - Christian Kramer, M.A.
20.01.317 Englisch Aufbaumodul 2 E - Intensivkurs Termine am Montag. 14.08. - Freitag. 18.08., Montag. 28.08. - Dienstag. 29.08., Donnerstag. 31.08. - Freitag. 01.09. 09:00 - 14:15
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Language course - Richard Dawton
3.02.310 DS Directed Studies Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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other - Anna Auguscik
5.06.411 Lab Energy Meteorology Donnerstag: 08:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 20.04.2017)

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only PPRE-Students (MSc)
Internship - Robin Knecht
Christiane Stroth
6.03.411 Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology Termine am Montag. 29.05. - Freitag. 02.06. 09:00 - 17:00
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Dieser Kurs ist verpflichtender Bestandteil von neu410 (Auditory Neuroscience), sowie von Wahl 3 (Neurosensory Science of Hearing) und Wahl 4 (Anatomy and Physiology of Hearing) in bio640 (Neurosensorik und Verhalten: Vertiefung), und der Option 3 (Central auditory mechanisms) in neu540 (Neural Basis of Perception). This course is a mandatory part of neu410 (Auditory Neuroscience), for the options 3 and 4 in bio640 (Neurosensorik und Verhalten: Vertiefung), and for option 3 in neu540 (Neural Basis of Perception).
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
5.06.901 Rural Energy Supply Termine am Freitag. 07.04. 14:00 - 16:30, Freitag. 12.05. 14:00 - 18:00, Samstag. 13.05. 09:00 - 17:00, Freitag. 23.06. 14:00 - 18:00, Samstag. 24.06. 09:00 - 17:00, Freitag. 07.07. 14:00 - 16:30
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Content: Case study on a real-life project (group work): Coffee Roasting with Solar Energy in Peru - Introduction to the project - Introduction to seminar concept and structure, relationship between seminar and project, clarification of concepts - Definition of problem(s) in a specific area related to the project: - Engineering: identify technology/engineering relevant aspects of the project - Economics & Business Administration: project financing, regulatory framework - Social Aspects: gender, migration - Environmental Aspects: environmental assessment (e.g. life cycle assessment) - Definition of specific learning outcomes - Comprehensive report writing and presentation regarding a specific dimension of the project Learning Objectives: After successful completion of the module students should be able to: - critically evaluate the impact of an energy supply system for a developing region regarding its technical, economic, environmental and social dimension - perform an in-depth analysis, focussing on either a technical, economic, environmental or social dimension for the implementation of a renewable energy supply system in a developing region - perform a literature review on a selected topic to a professional standard - present data, information and evaluation both verbally and in the written form to a professional standard - work in groups to identify and discuss relevant aspects of a project
Seminar - Michael Golba
Andreas Günther
Christiane Stroth
3.02.193 S Teaching for Communicative Competence Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), AM

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gehring
3.02.103 Ü Spoken English: Urban Life Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ü

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In this course, we will survey and compare some of the most populous and vibrant cities in English-speaking countries, with a general focus on American and British cities. We will look at New York, Chicago, London and other major cities as social, cultural and physical systems in an effort to tease apart their unique character from universal laws of city life. For instance, we’ll consider how cities fail and succeed, what’s so great about skyscrapers and whether hipsters are a force for urban good- among other questions. This course forms one half of the compulsory module ang311: Integrated Language Skills. The module is assessed via a portfolio. The assessment requirement for this Spoken English course is a 15-20 minute oral language test at the end of the semester, with the grade to be added to the result from Written English. In-class mini-presentations will count towards active participation.
Excercise 2 Inga Zalyevska
6.02.032 Assessment in Clinical Neuropsychology Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Anna-Katharina Matke-Bauer
3.02.502 SÜ Praxisteilmodul (Gym/WiPäd) Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), MM

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Against the backdrop of current research in Didactics, students are expected to analyse teaching and learning materials as well as (excerpts from) current textbooks. The communicative approach towards language teaching but also the most recent trends in task-based language learning will serve as basis for an in-depth look into the requirements and realities of language learning classrooms. The development of units of work and lesson plans will be informed by research in the field so that theories of language learning and teaching can be critically applied to a selection of tasks, resources and ideas for projects. Lesson planning involves • realistic target setting, • allowing for differentiation, • an appropriate choice of materials and media • as well as devising appropriate assessment strategies. Schemes of work submitted by students will be put under close scrutiny by peers and the lecturer in order to determine their viability in the classroom. Ideally, concepts and strategies will be put into practice during subsequent internships. Assessment format: -in mid-term you are expected to prove your planning skills by handing in a short assignment on a material / a topic as part of a unit of work -towards the end of term you are asked to submit a more comprehensive analysis of a topic or a task and- evolving from this - a lesson plan
Seminar 2 Dr. Sylke Bakker
5.04.4666 Workshop Management Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 24.04.2017), Ort: W03 1-154
Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ort: W32 1-113
Termine am Freitag. 21.04. 08:00 - 10:00, Ort: W03 3-319

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Students are able to organize summer schools, workshops, events, etc..
Seminar - Sandra Koch
Martin Reck
5.02.645 Anatomy and physiology of hearing (Option 4 in bio640) Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 16:00 - 17:00, Dienstag. 06.06. - Freitag. 09.06., Montag. 12.06. - Freitag. 16.06., Montag. 19.06. - Freitag. 23.06., Montag. 26.06. - Freitag. 30.06., Montag. 03.07. - Freitag. 07.07. 09:00 - 18:00
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5.02.644 (Introduction to Matlab) und 6.3.411 (Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology) sind Voraussetzungen für diese Wahloption. 5.02.644 (Introduction to Matlab) and 6.3.411 (Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology) are mandatory prerequisites for this course. See also Module Handbook (Modulbeschreibung) for additonal information on module content and options
Internship - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
6.02.004 Masters colloquium Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann
3.02.071 Ü (b) Introduction to Integrated Language Studies Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ü

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******* KEY INFORMATION: It is possible to take both 'Introduction to Integrated Language Studies' and 'Academic Speaking and Writing Skills' in the same semester to complete the module ang080 - however, students may not be able to sign up for both halves themselves. If this is the case, please contact the course lecturerer to be added to the Intro course. ******* The course “Introduction to Integrated Language Studies” provides an introduction to the practical study of the English language at university level. Class work will include practical language sessions, written homework items, a referenced essay, and a set of electronic grammar assignments to be completed throughout the semester. Students will be given the opportunity to develop both their receptive and productive language skills. This will involve listening practice (including many varieties of English); reading and writing (covering a variety of genres relevant for university work); and speaking, with special emphasis on communicative effectiveness and academic register. The homework and class exercises will also lead to a diagnostic evaluation of English proficiency and advice for further self-study. Assessment for the course is via a portfolio on a pass-fail basis. You must pass all the portfolio items in order to pass the course. Materials for the course will be provided via Stud.IP, and students will be given suggestions for grammar reference works and dictionaries at the start of the semester. * * * LANGUAGE AIMS During the course, students will work towards achieving the following advanced-level competencies according to the Common European Framework of Reference: Listening -Understanding extended speech, lectures and news reports, even those containing complex lines of argument, in both standard dialects and other varieties of English. Reading -Understanding long and complex factual and literary texts; appreciating distinctions of style. Writing -Expressing ideas in clear, well-structured text; expressing points of view on complex subjects at some length with a(n academic) style appropriate to the reader. Speaking -Expressing ideas, accounting for and sustaining opinions and taking an active part in discussions fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. (Note that speaking plays a larger role in the second half of the course.)
Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
3.02.072 Ü English Language Help Centre Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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a) Grammar and Accuracy These sessions are aimed at students who need extra support with their English; particularly practicing specific grammatical constructions (nouns, possessives and pronouns; articles, demonstratives and quantifiers; prepositions; adjectives and adverbs; tenses). Since L1 interference is the most common cause of mistakes in English, the sessions also involve translation-based activities that highlight the differences between German and English. b) English for Professional Purposes Writing a cover letter / letter of motivation to an English-speaking university, writing a CV in English. If you are in the process of applying for a work or university placement, please bring your CV or cover letter along to the relevant session. Students wishing to learn more about the application process in an English-speaking environment but not yet at the application stage will be provided with templates, models and topic-specific language.
Excercise - Rachel Ramsay
3.02.501 S Methodology in ELT (Gym/ WiPäd) Mittwoch: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), MM

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gehring
3.02.073 Ü Organisation and Supervision of Compulsory Stay Abroad Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Excercise - Lauren Freede
5.04.692 Laser Safety Instruction Termine am Donnerstag. 06.04. 14:00 - 15:00
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The laser safety instruction is offered once a year for Bachelor and Master Students who are going to work with lasers in the lab at HS Emden/leer. Seminar is enbedded in the Basic Lab II, introduction session Room: Gemeindehaus Paapsand, Hochschule Emden/Leer.de
Seminar - Bert Struve
57.01.190 A 6 Journal Club - Current Topics in Neurosensory Signalling Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Dipl.-Chem.
3.02.471 S Camp! Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), MM

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"Camp: The Lie that Tells the Truth." – Philip Core Judy Garland singing %%Somewhere over the Rainbow%% in shiny red slippers, the look of Doris Day, a cheesy song by Liza Minnelli, the impersonations of Dame Edna, ABBA, the architecture of Antoní Gaudi, feather boas, the aphorisms of Oscar Wilde and Quentin Crisp, a Eurovision song performed with maximum verve, Julie Andrews yodelling on a mountaintop, psychedelic sci-fi flicks from the 1960s, the Austin Powers movies, a Tiffany lamp, glam rock, Batman and Robin, Bette Davis, Bette Midler, Little Britain, the arias of Florence Foster-Jenkins, rococo, Kiss, Ernie & Bert, Esther Williams' water ballet revues, the Last Night of the Proms, Huit Femmes, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hairspray and perhaps flamingos … If these things make you laugh for no particular reason, this may well be the right class for you. According to the late Susan Sontag then, camp is "a certain mode of aestheticism. It is one way of seeing the world as an aesthetic phenomenon." Seeing the world through camp lenses has its advantages, for camp, the notorious 'gay sensibility', also signifies a powerful deconstructivist practice. As such, its favourite tasks are to ridicule failed seriousness, to unmask false glamour, and to expose the unmarked and invisible workings that underlie a (hetero-)normative society. However, there is another side to camp, for camp also loves the things it mocks and ridicules, loves it when things turn out to be so tasteless that they become downright hilarious, loves it, that is, when it can assemble and confer "beauty" on a world that has lost its charms. Hence, camp needs to be regarded as a fundamentally ambivalent sensibility: political in the sense that its paranoid practices aim at demystification and exposure, and aesthetic in the sense that its reparative practices strive for comfort and healing. This seminar tries to explore the workings of camp, analysing its distribution, its subterfuge, and its parodic reinscriptions. Please read: Ronald Firbank. "The Flower Beneath the Foot." %%Five Novels.%% New York: New Directions, 1981. Quentin Crisp. %%The Naked Civil Servant.%% New York and London: HarperCollins, 2007. Please watch: %%Calamity Jane.%% Dir. David Butler. Perf. Doris Day, Howard Keel, Allyn An McLerie. 1953. Warner Home, 2003. DVD. %%Hairspray.%% Dir. John Waters. Perf. Ricki Lake, Divine, Debbie Harry, Sonny Bono, Jerry Stiller. 1988. Warner Home, 2007. DVD. %%The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.%% Dir. Stephan Elliott. Perf. Hugo Weaving, Terence Stamp, Guy Pearce, Bill Hunter. 1994. Twentieth Century Fox, 2006. DVD. %%Breakfast on Pluto.%% Dir. Neil Jordan. Perf. Cillian Murphy, Stephen Rea, Liam Neeson, Brendan Gleeson. 2005. Sony Puctures Home, 2006. DVD. %%Velvet Goldmine.%% Dir. Todd Haynes. Dir. Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ewan McGregor, Christian Bale, Toni Collette. 1998. Universum, 2000. DVD.
Seminar 2 Dr. Christian Lassen
1.07.085 Nationalism, Populism, Racism (Lehrsprache Englisch, Prüfungsleistung Deutsch oder Englisch) Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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This seminar is designed to acquaint students with some selected works from the enormous body of literature on nationalism, racism and populism from a political psychology point of view. We will get to discuss the following topics in a broad sense. Nationalism: different approaches of studying nationalism and various measurement techniques of nationalistic attitudes as well as the experimental approaches to the study of nationalism Populism: an overview of quickly developing field of research, that of studying how a preference for populist and anti-politics discourses can be understood at a psychological level, mostly, but not exclusively, through the use of surveys and experiments. Racism: conventional and alternative approaches to racism
Seminar 2 Mahmut Murat Ardag
3.02.028 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), BM

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Vera Stephanie Freytag
6.03.004 II Animal Handling Course (minimal qualification), June/July Termine am Donnerstag. 15.06., Donnerstag. 22.06., Donnerstag. 29.06., Donnerstag. 06.07. 18:00 - 20:00, Montag. 10.07. - Dienstag. 11.07. 08:00 - 18:00
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Excercise - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Prof. Dr. Arne Nolte
5.04.4064 Advanced Solar Energy Meteorology Termine am Freitag. 05.05. 14:00 - 18:00, Samstag. 06.05. 09:00 - 18:00, Freitag. 02.06., Freitag. 16.06. 14:00 - 18:00, Samstag. 17.06. 09:00 - 18:00
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In the first – lecture type - part of this block course the most important physical laws and effects for solar energy meteorology as well as models for solar resource assessment and forecasting will be introduced. A special emphasis will be on evaluation concepts and applications. In the second - seminar type - part of the course the students are asked to get a better understanding of lessons learnt by studying and presenting publications related to solar energy meteorology. The students will learn about: - requirements for solar resource data from different applications - most important physical laws and effects related to solar resource assessment and forecasting - models and measurement devices for solar resource assessment and forecasting - benefits and drawbacks of different models - methods to assess the quality of solar resource data Contents: Applications and requirements for solar resource data, basics of solar radiation, solar radiation models, satellite based irradiance retrieval, solar irradiance measurement devices, models for solar irradiance and power forecasting: numerical weather predictions, models based on cloud motion, statistical models, concepts of evaluation, model comparison.
Lecture - Dr. Elke Lorenz
1.01.821 Qualität und Evaluation von E-Learning Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar - Dr. Victoria Marin
3.02.033 TUT Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Montag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Tutorial - Laura Peters
3.02.047 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), BM
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 Michaela Koch, M.A.
3.02.114 Ü Written English: Music in Social Movements Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 10:00 - 12:00

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Music serves not only as a vehicle of cultural expression but also of social protest and change – whether or not individual artists intend their work to do so. This course provides instruction and practice in writing an argumentative academic essay while exploring the historical and social significance of a selection of songs, the relationship between the audience and the artist, connections between different musical genres, etc. In this process, we will learn various techniques for achieving coherence and cohesion in an essay, examine discourse functions of common grammatical structures, and survey basics of style in academic writing. As you reflect on your own work and that of others, you will develop your own writing and editing strategies as well as learn how to provide constructive feedback to other writers. Note: The module is assessed via a portfolio and the assessment requirements consist of a take-home essay and a 90 minute written language test. The grade will be added to the result from Spoken English. Homework assignments as required by the lecturer will count towards active participation.
Excercise 2 Inga Zalyevska
5.04.616a Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering II Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.05.2017)

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Excercise - TutorInnen, der Physik
5.04.4063 Advanced Wind Energy Meteorology Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Vorlesung

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Lecture 2 Dr. Detlev Heinemann
2.13.042 Bremen and the River Weser (Exkursion) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Dreitägige Exkursion nach Bremen
Excursion - Dr. Nora Mehnen
3.02.200 S Multiculturalism and Literature Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), AM

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The seminar provides an overview of postcolonial storytelling and the concept of multiculturalism followed by an analysis of a variety of literary products ranging from the early 80s to the present. Questions of national identity will be covered as well as cultural, political and religious issues. London as a hub of the British multicultural experience will be explored in greater detail. Excerpts from selected texts comprise works by e.g. - Salman Rushdie, Midnight Children, 1981 - Hanif Kureishi, The Buddha of Suburbia, 1990 - Hanif Kureishi, The Black Album, 1995 - Arundhati Roy, The God of the Small Things, 1997 - Zadie Smith, White Teeth, 2000 - Monica Ali, Brick Lane, 2000 - Rose Tremain, The Road Home, 2007 - Amanda Craig, Hearts and Minds, 2009 - John Lanchester, Capital, 2013 Each text will be analysed and assessed with regard to its suitability for classroom use. Excerpts from textbook units along with the accompanying tasks and media will be critically examined. Additional material from a variety of sources will be collected, presented and prepared for classroom use. Task design will be practiced by providing motivating challenges for young adult readers and learners of English. Comment: On successful completion of this module, students should - be familiar with the British Empire and the literature emerging from the post-colonial experience -know about London`s significance for contemporary multicultural life -be able to explain the role of English in post-colonial storytelling -be able to analyse narrative texts reflecting the multicultural experience -be familiar with the content and interpretation of the texts dealt with in class -be able to assess the viability of select texts for classroom use -be aware of the rules and regulations the Core Curriculum in Lower Saxony stipulates for the topic -be able to critically assess literary products for teaching purposes and, if necessary, modify and edit them - provide tasks accompanying literary texts reflecting the multicultural experience Participants are expected to: - Provide commentaries on topics discussed in class - Pass a written exam (“Klausur”) at the end of the semester
Seminar 2 Dr. Sylke Bakker
5.04.651 Hyperloop II Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Lecture 4 Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Thomas Schüning
5.06.511 Sustainability Seminar Dienstag: 10:00 - 11:45, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)
Termine am Dienstag. 23.05. 08:00 - 11:45, Freitag. 09.06. 08:00 - 18:00

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Content: - Introduction to the term sustainability - Strategies and dimensions in sustainability research and discussion: efficiency, consistency and sufficiency, as well as related concepts (e.g. rebound) - Growth/De-growth and decoupling of growth and emission - Life-cycle analysis - Thermodynamic methods: exergy, EROI and related approaches - Social indicators and their relation to energy use - Economic indicators and related paradigms in the context of energy consumption - Case study on the real life renewable energy project DESERTEC After successful completion of the seminar students should be able to: - analyse, and critically compare and evaluate selected sustainability concepts and strategies addressing renewable energy systems - critically appraise and analyse the principles and implications of selected scientific methods and theories for a sustainable energy supply - critically evaluate the suitability and meaningfulness of different sustainability indicators, theories, methods and practices regarding their role and impact for developed countries, on the one hand, and developing countries, on the other - perform an integral assessment, involving several relevant aspects related to the sustainability of a particular real-life renewable energy project as well as identify the main barriers, potentials and driving factors for improving it - perform a literature review on selected sustainability approaches to a professional standard and extract the main related conclusions, and arguing critically on them - present data and information both verbally and in the written form, including quotation to a professional standard
Seminar 2 Michael Golba
Christiane Stroth
5.04.4801 Energy Storage II Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 24.04.2017)
Termine am Montag. 10.04. 16:00 - 18:00

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The students will acquire an in-depth scientific understanding of a broad range of technologies for the storage of energy. At the same time the participants will improve their skills to understand and work with scientific literature on the basis of up-to-date journal articles and text books. Besides, the seminar talk will give the students the opportunity to further develop their expertise in presenting scientific content to a related audience. Content: The course wants to give an in-depth understanding of several energy storage approaches as efficient and environmentally benign technologies supporting renewable energy implementation. Topics covered are: • Renewable energy fluctuation and architecture of power grids • Electrochemical and non-electrochemical approaches for the storage of electricity • Electrochemical fundamentals of batteries, primary batteries, secondary batteries, system aspects • Storing heat instead of electricity: Heat pumps and co-generation as a bridge between electricity and heat
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Carsten Agert
5.04.4074 Computational Fluid Dynamics II Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: W33 0-003, W30 0-033/34

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Deeper understanding of the fundamental equations of fluid dynamics. Overview of numerical methods for the solution of the fundamental equations of fluid dynamics. Confrontation with complex problems in fluiddynamics. To become acquainted with different, widely used CFD models that are used to study complex problems in fluid dynamics. Ability to apply these CFD models to certain defined problems and to critically evaluate the results of numerical models. Content: CFD II: Introduction to different CFD models, such as OpenFOAM and PALM. Application of these CFD models to defined problems from rotor aerodynamics and the atmospheric boundary layer.
Lecture 2 Dr. Bernhard Stoevesandt
Wilke Trei
6.02.013 Multivariate Statistics II Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Hans Colonius, Dipl.-Psych.
3.02.120 S The Autobiographies of Frederick Douglass Mittwoch: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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This course will focus on the autobiographical writings of orator, writer, and freedom fighter Frederick Douglass. Most students may already be familiar with his Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (1845) in the context of the nineteenth-century institution of slavery and abolitionism. This class seeks to investigate his three autobiographies alongside each other regarding questions of genre, self-fashioning, and race, but also with regards to American democracy and its core values of freedom, equality, and (racial) justice. Speaking from the margins of social and political power – at least in his first two autobiographies – Douglass’s writings are highly relevant for a deeper understanding of American democracy’s entanglement with slavery and racial domination. We will explore Douglass’s demands for and emancipatory visions of racial justice guided by the question of what lessons we can learn from his writings about American democracy past and present. Please purchase and read Frederick Douglass’s autobiographies: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by Himself (1845); My Bondage and My Freedom (1855); Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (1881). Please note: Active participation requires the preparation of the assigned reading materials, the lively participation in seminar discussions as well as brief in-class writing assignments. The syllabus and mandatory reading materials can be found on Stud.IP.
Seminar - PD Dr. Michaela Keck
3.03.311 Syntactic constraints. Grammar or processing? Freitag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)
Termine am Mittwoch. 24.05. 14:00 - 16:00

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Syntactic operations, specifically those involving so-called ‘movement’, are subject to various constraints. Some of the most well-known constraints are island and intervention effects, COMP-trace effects and superiority constraints, which reduce the domain of application of movement rules. Whereas these constraints traditionally have been analyzed as belonging to syntax proper, there is now a growing body of evidence showing that they are associated with increased processing difficulty. This has led to the hypothesis that these constraints can (at least partially) be reduced to processing factors, and are therefore outside the realm of grammar. We will investigate what the relation is between syntax and processing, and whether a sharp division between the two can be made, focusing on subject/object asymmetries and island effects. Students should have a basic understanding of (generative) syntax and should have some familiarity with psycholinguistic research. The last sessions will be devoted to discussing possible research projects, including some practical advice on how to set up simple syntactic experiments.
Seminar 2 Dr. Ankelien Schippers
2.13.031 Cases in Coastal Zone Management (field-trip) Termine am Donnerstag. 18.05. - Samstag. 20.05. 08:00 - 20:00
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Excursion - Dr. rer. nat. Leena Karrasch
2.02.1002 Übung zu Advanced Managerial Accounting Dienstag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 02.05.2017)
Termine am Samstag. 22.04. 10:00 - 19:00

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Excercise - Prof. Dr. Kerstin Lopatta
Wolfgang Kornblum
Frerich Buchholz
M.A. Kevin Bruns
Laura-Maria Gastone
3.02.026 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), BM

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Vera Stephanie Freytag
6.02.016 Assessment in Clinical Neuropsychology Mittwoch: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Anna-Katharina Matke-Bauer
5.06.803 Report & Presentation External Training Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Michael Golba
5.04.616c Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering II Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 12.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 TutorInnen, der Physik
5.06.108 Measurement Devices and Data-Logger Seminar Termine am Donnerstag. 06.04., Donnerstag. 13.04. 08:00 - 18:00
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Practical course - Robin Knecht
5.04.4663 Physics with Ultrashort Pulses and Intense Light Freitag: 10:00 - 13:30, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Additionally to the lecture lab work will be arranged. The students acquire broad experimental knowledge of the application of intense light from femtosecond and high power laser systems. They should be acquainted with the interaction of intense light with matter in general and with respect to important scientific and technical applications (in industry) such as laser material processing, high field physics (i.e. laser matter interaction at high intensity), laser generated particle and radiation sources of ultrashort duration and/or ultrashort wavelength etc. Content: Femtosecond and high power laser systems and its application, absorption of intense laser light, basics of laser matter interaction at high intensity, diagnostics, applications in micro machining, laser generated ultrashort radiation such as high-order laser harmonics and femtosecond K-alpha-sources and keV and MeV electron and ion sources and their application to micro fabrication micro and nano analysis.; atto physics, strong field physics
Lecture - Ulrich Teubner
5.04.4667_b Biophotonics and Spectroscopy Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
Description:
Projekte nach Vereinbarung, Je nach Teilnehmerzahl zeitgleich mit 5.04.4667_c - Advanced Optical Spectroscopy.
Seminar - Markus Schellenberg
Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Sandra Koch
5.06.609 Lab Biogas Reactor Donnerstag: 08:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 20.04.2017)

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For PPRE Students only
Internship 1 Robin Knecht
Christiane Stroth
20.01.323 Advanced Writing and Reading for University Studies A Dienstag: 12:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk3/sprachenzentrum/sprachen/englisch/kursangebot/english-for-university-studies/
Language course 4 Jennifer Eidswick
2.13.063 Europeanizing Coastal Regions (Part II) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Ingo Mose
5.04.241Ü4 Numerische Methoden der Physik / Numerics, Exercises Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 Andreas Rott
3.02.048 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), BM
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 Michaela Koch, M.A.
2.13.065 Marine Spatial Planning II Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Zusatzangebot im Rahmen des Jean Monnet Centers EuCoRe
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Ingo Mose
2.02.993 Financial Risk Management Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-054
Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-056
Termine am Dienstag. 11.07. 10:00 - 12:00, Ort: A04 2-221

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Lecture 4 Prof. Dr. Jörg Prokop
3.02.065 Ü (i) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: Lands Down Under Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 13.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Lauren Freede
5.02.008 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Neurobiologie des Hörens Freitag: 09:00 - 11:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jannis Hildebrandt
6.02.011 Topics in Experimental Neuropsychology Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar - Jeremy Thorne
3.02.069 Ü (b) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: The American Experience TUE 10 - 12 Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise - Inga Zalyevska
3.02.111 Ü Written English: (b) Travel and Exploration Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 11.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 10:00 - 12:00

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This Written English course forms one half of the compulsory module ang311: Advanced Language Skills. The module is assessed via a portfolio and the assessment requirements here are a take-home essay and a 90 minute written language test. The grade will be added to the result from Spoken English. Homework assignments as required by the lecturer will count towards active participation. Please note that this Written English course shares a theme and some texts with the literature course "Expedition Narratives" offered by Anna Auguscik, particularly the focus on Antarctic exploration.
Excercise 2 Lauren Freede
57.01.120 A 2 Laboratory visit abroad Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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3-4 week stay in a laboratory abroad for improvement of specialized scientific knowledge Please contact the lecturer for individual agreements Individuelle Termine sind mit der Dozentin abzusprechen (telefonisch oder E-mail) 1x in Promotionszeit
Internship - Prof. Dr. Christiane Richter-Landsberg
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
5.04.633 Optical Systems Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)
Termine am Freitag. 07.07. 14:30 - 17:30

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Fundamentals of optics and theoretical models of light Ray optics, geometrical optics, validity range and applications Behaviour and properties of EM waves and applications Optical imaging Imaging construction elements Microscopy Colours Set-up and function of selected optical systems for illumination and metrology Optical Fibers
Lecture - Markus Schellenberg
2.02.834 International Regime of Health Policy Mittwoch: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Christine Godt
Dr.Jur. Victoria Chege, LL.M.Eur.
3.02.113 Ü Written English: British Asian Cinema Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 10:00 - 12:00

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British Asian cinema has its roots in the Black politics of the 1960s and '70s when a new wave of politically active filmmakers began to use film to challenge racism and create greater awareness of issues facing their communities, such as poverty and social exclusion. While the term 'British-Asian' does amount to a generalisation since neither do all British-Asian filmmakers make Asian-themed films, nor are all British-Asian filmmakers 'Asian', it is nonetheless possible to identify a notion of British Asian film. Director Gurinder Chadha has noted that attitudes towards these films have changed significantly since the release of her first film, Bhaji on the Beach (1994), and her third, Bend it Like Beckham (2002): "People are much more aware of difference, what was once foreign is now familiar". This course explores British Asian films, focussing on sequence analysis, social contexts and stereotypes. - This Written English course forms one half of the compulsory module ang311: Integrated Language Skills. The module is assessed via a portfolio and the assessment requirements here are a take-home essay and a 90 minute written language test. The grade will be added to the result from Spoken English. Homework assignments as required by the lecturer will count towards active participation.
Excercise - Rachel Ramsay
5.02.811 Independent Research Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Termine nach Vereinbarung
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wolfgang Zotz
5.08.382 Biologische Bedeutung von Schwebstoffen Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. - Mittwoch. 05.04., Dienstag. 11.04. - Mittwoch. 12.04., Dienstag. 18.04. - Mittwoch. 19.04., Dienstag. 25.04. ...(mehr)
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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon
2.01.8015 Forschungsseminar SCARE@Research Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), KO

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Colloquium 2 Prof. Dr. Ernst-Rüdiger Olderog
Prof. Dr. Oliver Theel
Prof. Dr. Martin Georg Fränzle
5.06.701 Final Excursion Renewable Energy Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
Description:
Compulsory for PPRE Master-Students
Excursion - Christiane Stroth
Marianne Hamm
5.04.647 a/b Design Fundamentals Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Aim/ learning outcome: Achieving basic knowledge in reading, understanding and production of technical drawings, getting and overview about the features of CAD-Software, knowing about the basic principles of designing and dimensioning of machine elements. Content: Rules and Standards for Technical Drawings, Design Phases: • Functional requirements, performance specifications • Design methodology • Decision processes • Detailing • Manufacturing Drawings • Grouping of parts Basic Machine Elements: • Frames • Joints • Bearings • Sealing
Lecture - Thomas Schüning
3.02.480 S Magic Realism in Literature from the Americas and Africa Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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As a literary style, magic realism blossomed in Latin America after World War II and was popularized internationally from the 1960s onwards. Literary production, particularly from Latin America and the postcolonial Anglophone world has seen a steep rise in magical realist fiction; and magic realism became fashionable also with the reading public. Since the 1980s, however, magical realism – as a literary style as well as a concept in literary theory – has met with increasing criticism from scholars and writers alike. The claim of some of its critics that magical realism is dead, however, seems to be refuted by the continuous production of texts that are labelled magical realist by publishing agencies, reviewers and literary scholars. In order to understand the theoretical and political debates surrounding magical realism, we will take a look at the style’s history, the cultural contexts in which magical realist fiction emerges and its literary-theoretical reception. The course is designed to familiarize students with the mode of magical realism, to differentiate it from related literary forms (the fantastic, the marvellous, etc.), and to contextualise it in terms of narrative theory. To complement these theoretical and methodological concerns, we will analyse magical realist novels and short stories from across and between the American and African continents that have found their way into what could be considered a canon of magical realist Anglophone writing. As magical realism is often credited with being a powerful decolonizing agent, we will place the form within the context of postcolonial (and postmodern) literary theory and investigate how it operates not only aesthetically but also politically. The course starts on April 13th 2017. Please get hold of and read the following three novels: Castillo, Ana. So Far From God. ISBN: 978-0393326932 Okri, Ben. The Famished Road. ISBN: 978-0385425131 Mda, Zakes. The Heart of Redness. ISBN: 978-0312421748 All the novels cost around 15 € (paperback). Please buy/order the books soon as they might need some time to reach you. Check with the university bookshop CvO Bookshop, they might have some copies in stock! If you decide to use an e-book format, make sure to be able to bring your texts to class! We will follow the order as given above.
Seminar - Dr. Hanna Straß-Senol
6.03.004 I Animal Handling Course (minimal qualification), April/May Termine am Donnerstag. 06.04., Donnerstag. 13.04., Donnerstag. 20.04., Donnerstag. 27.04. 18:00 - 20:00, Dienstag. 02.05. 08:00 - 18:00, Mittwoch. 03.05. 14:00 - 17:00
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Excercise - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Prof. Dr. Arne Nolte
5.04.634 Applied Mechanics Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 11.04.2017), Ort: W04 1-162
Mittwoch: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: W32 0-005

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Achieving basic knowledge in applied mechanics, especially in statics and elasticity theory. Content: Static equilibrium (mainly 2D), frame works, friction (Coulomb), Hooke's law (3D including lateral contraction and thermal expansion), bending and torsion with planar cross sections, Mohr's theory
Lecture 2 Florian Schmidt
3.02.064 Ü (g) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: Lands Down Under Mittwoch: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 12.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Lauren Freede
3.02.308 DS Directed Studies Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), DSt

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This course is designed for students preparing to write their final thesis (BA or MA) in the field of Didactics. Looking for suitable and, above all, viable topics, presenting first ideas and subsequently coming up with a plan on how to carry out your actual research will be at the centre of the preparatory process. Candidates will be required to submit and present different types of documents, e.g. literature overview, research proposal, abstract, etc. You will be working independently outside class, preparing findings to peers and supervisors on a regular basis. Standards of academic research and writing will be discussed in plenary sessions. Students are expected to use feedback constructively and thus gradually commit to a final version of their research project.
other 2 Dr. Sylke Bakker
3.02.430 S Pronouns: Syntax, Semantics and (L2)- Acquisition Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), MM

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This class deals with the interpretation of different pronominal elements as well as related grammatical constraints and the impact of discourse. Insights into the influential Binding Theory and cross-linguistic differences in relation with the interpretation of pronouns will be provided. In addition, we will look at the acquisition of pronouns in different populations (typical and atypical L1 acquisition and L2 acquisition) and its implications for linguistic theory. The impact of cross-linguistic differences in L2 acquisition as well as L1 attrition will be of particular interest.
Seminar 2 Dobrinka Genevska-Hanke, M.A./M.Ed.
20.01.321 Englisch - Success in Business - Grammar and Vocabulary Skills Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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The Success in Business Course is composed of 3 business courses (Application Skills; Communication Skills; Grammar and Vocabulary Skills). http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk3/sprachenzentrum/sprachen/englisch/kursangebot/success-in-business/
Language course 2 Richard Dawton
5.02.009 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Ökologische Genomik Donnerstag: 09:15 - 10:45, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Arne Nolte
5.04.4213 Current Topics in Machine Learning and its Applications Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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The students will learn the current research directions and challenges of the Machine Learning research field. By presenting examples from Machine Learning algorithms applied to sensory data tasks including task in Computer Hearing and Computer Vision the students will be taught the current strengths and weaknesses of different approaches. The presentations of current research papers by the participants will make use of computers and projectors. Programming examples and animations will be used to support the interactive component of the presentations. In scientific discussions of the presented and related work, the students will deepen their knowledge about current limitations of Machine Learning approaches both on the theoretical side and on the side of their technical and practical realizations. Presentations of interdisciplinary research will enable the students to carry over their Machine Learning knowledge to address questions in other scientific domains. Contents: Building up on advanced Machine Learning knowledge, this seminar discusses recent scientific contributions and developments in Machine Learning as well as recent papers on applications of Machine Learning algorithms. Typical application domains include general pattern recognition, computer hearing, computer vision and computational neuroscience. Typical tasks include auditory and visual signal enhancements, source separation, auditory and visual object learning and recognition, auditory scene analysis, data compression and inpainting. Applications to computational neuroscience will discuss recent papers on the probabilistic interpretation of neural learning and biological intelligence.
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Jörg Lücke
5.06.700 Case Study Montag: 13:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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In this seminar you will design an energy supply system for a typical consumer. Apart from the energy management aspects you will get insights in to site management, economical and social aspects of energy consumption.
Seminar 4 Hans-Gerhard Holtorf
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Parisi
3.02.160 S Bilingualism: Practical and Theoretical Issues Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar - Lina Abed Ibrahim, M.A.
Prof. Dr. Cornelia Hamann
5.02.642 Neurocognition (Option 2 in bio640 und Stream 1 in neu270) Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 16:00 - 17:00, Montag. 29.05. - Freitag. 02.06., Montag. 05.06. - Freitag. 09.06., Montag. 12.06. - Freitag. ...(mehr)
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5.02.644 (Introduction to Matlab) ist Voraussetzungen für diese Wahloption. 5.02.644 (Introduction to Matlab) is a mandatory prerequisite for this course. see also Module Handbook (Modulbeschreibung) for additonal information on module contents and options. Please register via Stud.ip
Lecture - Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
2.12.133 International Environmental Governance Montag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Bernd Siebenhüner
3.02.100 Ü Spoken English: Higher Education in North America - MON 10-12 Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ü

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Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
2.13.061 GIS for WCM II Termine am Freitag. 16.06. 08:00 - 10:00, Freitag. 16.06. 13:00 - 20:00
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Seminar - in Bearbeitung
5.04.656 Seminar Fortgeschrittene Themen in EP / Advanced Topics in EP Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Participation: 1st -3rd semester. Presentation: Master thesis work in progress or finished; at least one successfully completed specialization module. Bachelor students are welcome as well.
Seminar - Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Sandra Koch
3.02.060 Ü (e) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: Discovering Canadian Culture - WED 10-12 Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ü, Ort: A10 1-121a
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00, Ort: A11 1-101 (Hörsaal B)

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
3.02.049 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise - PD Dr. Michaela Keck
20.01.320 Englisch - Success in Business - Communication Skills Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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The Success in Business Course is composed of 3 business courses (Application Skills; Communication Skills; Grammar and Vocabulary Skills). http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk3/sprachenzentrum/sprachen/englisch/kursangebot/success-in-business/
Language course 2 Richard Dawton
5.02.851 III Evolution of the Peripheral Auditory System (Option III) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Termin nach Vereinbarung
Excercise - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
5.08.3892 Dangerous marine animals: Biology, ecology and first aid Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Die Veranstaltung besteht aus einer Vorlesung und dazu begleitenden Seminaren, die von den StudentInnen zu den jeweiligen Themen gehalten werden. Leistungsnachweis ist das gehaltene Seminar.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Peter Schupp
6.03.414 Central Auditory Mechanisms (option 3 in neu410 and neu540) Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 16:00 - 17:00
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6.03.411 (Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology) is a mandatory prerequisite for this course. See also Module Handbook (Modulbeschreibung) for additonal information on module content and options.
other - Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
5.01.812 Übung Quantitatives Risikomanagement Freitag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Excercise - Prof. Dr. Angelika May
Dr. Daniel Clemens Dubischar
3.02.066 Ü (a) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: British and Irish Politics, History and Culture Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

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The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Rachel Ramsay
3.02.404 Ü English for Educational Purposes: Content and Language Integrated Learning Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Teaching content and knowledge of English simultaneously is becoming increasingly common in German schools. This course will introduce students to various strategies, techniques and resources for teaching other subjects in English, examining issues you are likely to face as a CLIL teacher. The course will provide both practice at and language feedback on Content and Language Integrated Learning, including task and lesson planning and implementation, and resource development (using translated German-language and English-language materials). It will also look at ways of teaching English literature and culture to students at various levels. As part of the assessment, each student will develop linguistic and topic-based materials for a 20 minute mini-lesson of their own design and teach it to the rest of the group, to be followed by a discussion of relevant didactic and linguistic issues. This lesson will either be based on students’ second subject or on Anglophone culture. This course is assessed via a portfolio comprising peer and tutor review of your lesson and materials, your reflection on the lesson as taught, and an in-class essay.
Excercise - Rachel Ramsay
2.12.062 Resource Economics Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Lecture 2 Dr. rer. pol. Anna Pechan
20.01.319 Englisch - Success in Business - Application Skills Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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The Success in Business Course is composed of 3 business courses (Application Skills; Communication Skills; Grammar and Vocabulary Skills). http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk3/sprachenzentrum/sprachen/englisch/kursangebot/success-in-business/
Language course 2 Richard Dawton
3.02.046 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), BM
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 Michaela Koch, M.A.
3.02.311 KO DoktorandInnenkolloquium Anglistik/ Amerikanistik Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), DKO

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Colloquium 2 Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
Prof. Dr. Martin Butler
5.04.4667 Zemax Mittwoch: 15:00 - 17:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Room: T126
Termine am Mittwoch. 05.04. 15:45 - 16:45

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lecture and project
Lecture - Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
5.06.301 Solar Energy Systems - Electric and Thermal II Montag: 08:30 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Vorlesung

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Students gain knowledge on: • the characteristics of components of solar thermal and photovoltaic systems e.g. solar power conversion, charge controllers, storages, miscellaneous components (pumps, cabling, ...), their individual efficiency, their dynamic behaviour, their cut-in conditions. • the architecture and operation of different solar thermal and photovoltaic systems • the system characteristics • the energy balance of systems • the sensor system for controlling and monitoring of thermal and electric solar systems. Students gain skills on • describing properties of solar system components • monitoring and evaluating solar system components • describing solar systems in their operation, their efficiency, their performance parameters Student’s competence will be • to compare solar thermal systems to solar electric systems in terms of energy output, type of energy output, cut in radiation and dependencies on meteorological input. • to compare solar systems to other renewable energy systems in terms of energy output, type of energy output, cut in radiation and dependencies on meteorological input. On the basis of theoretical knowledge students will be enabled to establish measurement procedures to analyse characteristics of grid connected and stand-alone solar PV systems as well as solar thermal systems. They are skilled to apply standard physical and mathematical formulae to evaluate solar systems. At the end of Solar Energy I and Solar Energy II they will have gained understanding in energy transfer paths and energy loss principles for radiative energy. Students will have gained the competence to analyse and critical review data from solar systems – both electrical and thermal. Components: Description of solar system’s components in stationary and dynamic operation: • their functioning, • the different technologies, • the state of the art • their characteristics and working points - Photovoltaics (PV): PV-cells, generator, charge controller, inverter, storage (batteries) miscellaneous components (cabling, generator stand, electric protection) - Solarthermal: Collectors (flat plate, vacuum tube, concentrating systems), thermal storage, charge controller, miscellaneous components (circulation pumps, piping, heat insulation) Systems: Description of systems in stationary and dynamic operation • technical setup • interaction of components • energy output • loss mechanisms - Photovoltaic Systems: PV stand-alone systems, PV grid connected systems, photovoltaic pumping systems, hybrid systems - Solar Thermal Systems: Domestic hot water supply, heating supporting systems, concentrating solar thermal systems.
Lecture 3 Hans-Gerhard Holtorf
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Parisi
Good Scientific practice Termine am Mittwoch. 10.05. 09:00 - 17:00
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Ever asked yourself to whom your results belong? Or who is setting the Authorship ranking on a paper? Trust the system of science is based and depends on the honesty of all members of the scientific community. However, every now and then the media report on scientific misconduct, and besides such widely publicized affairs, more or less serious breaches of rules occur in the immediate environment of many a scientist. But what are the rules? This one-day Workshop will introduce the recommendations on good scientific practice of the Germen Science Foundation (DFG), and the official procedures for dealing with scientific misconduct at the University of Oldenburg. It will also be discussed which mechanisms contribute to misconduct, and how every researcher can help to uphold the principles for good scientific practice in his/her day-to-day activity.
Anleitung zu selbständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten - Dr. Beate Grünberg
5.04.616b Exercises Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering II Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 12.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 TutorInnen, der Physik
3.02.062 Ü (l) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: Discovering Canadian Culture - FRI 10-12 Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

Description:
The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
5.13.305 Isolation and characterisation of microorganisms Montag: 08:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)
Donnerstag: 08:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Internship 8 Prof. Dr. Heribert Cypionka
10.11.765 Digital Competence and Educational Technology in Schools Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar - Dr. Victoria Marin
3.02.025 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), BM

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Dr. Ilka Flöck
5.04.4242 Selected Topics on Medical Radiation Physics Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Neben den aktuellen Themen der Strahlenphysik (wie IMRT, NMR, PET, SPECT usw.) erlernen die Studierenden den Umgang mit meist englischsprachigen Fachzeitschriften aus dem Bereich. Darüber hinaus werden Präsentationstechniken durch eigene Vorträge erlernt. Parallel zu der Veranstaltung wird die Verwendung eines Monte-Carlo Strahlungstransport-Codes (EGS) erlernt und somit die Fähigkeit vertieft, komplexe physikalische Modelle in eine Software umzusetzen.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Björn Poppe
Antje Ruehmann, Ph.D.
5.04.4214 Machine Learning II – Advanced Learning and Inference Methods Mittwoch: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Vorlesung
Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Übung

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The students will deepen their knowledge on mathematical models of data and sensory signals. Building up on the previously acquired Machine Learning models and methods, the students will be lead closer to current research topics and will learn about models that currently represent the state-of-the-art. Based on these models, the students will be exposed to the typical theoretical and practical challenges in the development of current Machine Learning algorithms. Typical such challenges are analytical and computational intractabilities, or local optima problems. Based on concrete examples, the students will learn how to address such problems. Applications to different data will teach skills to use the appropriate model for a desired task and the ability to interpret an algorithm’s result as well as ways for further improvements. Furthermore, the students will learn interpretations of biological and artificial intelligence based on state-of-the-art Machine Learning models. Contents: This course builds up on the basic models and methods introduced in introductory Machine Learning lectures. Advanced Machine Learning models will be introduced alongside methods for efficient parameter optimization. Analytical approximations for computationally intractable models will be defined and discussed as well as stochastic (Monte Carlo) approximations. Advantages of different approximations will be contrasted with their potential disadvantages. Advanced models in the lecture will include models for clustering, classification, recognition, denoising, compression, dimensionality reduction, deep learning, tracking etc. Typical application domains will be general pattern recognition, computational neuroscience and sensory data models including computer hearing and computer vision.
Lecture 4 Prof. Dr. Jörg Lücke
3.02.191 S Dealing with Errors Montag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), AM

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Language errors are an inseparable part of the language learning process. Although most foreign language learners are familiar with them, the nature of errors is actually quite complex and rather poorly understood. There are a number of fundamental questions concerning errors that we will deal with over the course of the seminar: What makes a language utterance an error? How many types of errors can second language speakers make? What makes an error trivial? Why do statements like "As you know lives my aunt on a farm" or "Waiter, I want two beers" seem more incorrect to some language users than to others? What errors should be corrected? How should we correct errors without over/underemphasizing their significance? The seminar offers a thorough investigation of various aspects of language errors, focusing on theory as well as practice. Upon completion of this course students will be able to: • Discuss various definitions of language errors as well as issues involved in error identification • Describe and categorize learner competences and errors • Diagnose the causes of specific errors • Assess the gravity of errors taking into consideration modern teaching approaches as well as standards like curricula or CEFR • Discuss the significance of errors, their evaluation and possible feedback methods
Seminar 2 Dr. Joanna Pfingsthorn
5.15.751 Dynamik von Teilchen in Suspension für Umweltwissenschaften Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Ulrike Feudel
Dr. Ksenia Guseva
5.04.620 Introduction to "Engineering Physics" Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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The students are enabled to establish an overview on principles and applications of engineering physics. The introduction to a specific field of specialization yields a basic knowledge on theoretical and experimental concepts and deepens on selected applications. Laser and Optics: Introduction to relevant research fields in Laser and Optics. Knowledge of the characteristics of waves, optical radiation, design und function of optical elements and instruments, basic design of photonic systems and optical metrology. Biomedical Physics & Acoustics: Overview of the research fields in Oldenburg related to biomedical physics and acoustics (acoustical signal processing, audiology, biomedical signal processing, neuro-sensory science and systems, medical radiation physics, medical imaging, noise control and vibration) Renewable Energies: Introduction into the areas of renewable energies, with special emphasis on energy conversion and utilization, based on complex physical models. The student will be able to understand the fundamental principles of the field renewable energies.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Simon Doclo
Prof. Dr. Dr. Birger Kollmeier
Prof. Dr. Björn Poppe
Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Bert Struve
Thomas Schüning
Ulrich Teubner
Hans Josef Brückner
Dr. Detlev Heinemann
5.08.389 Functional consequences of marine biodiversity change Termine am Mittwoch. 05.04. 11:00 - 12:00, Montag. 14.08. - Sonntag. 27.08. 09:00 - 17:00
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In diesem Jahr findet der Kurs in zwei Gruppen statt: Gruppe A als Feldpraktikum am Erkenlabor der Universität Uppsala statt. Abreise ist am 14.8. morgens, Rückkehr am 26.8. abends oder 27.8. mittags. Es werden Kosten für den Kurs anfallen, deren genaue Höhe wir vor der Vorbesprechung bekannt geben werden. Gruppe B findet als experimenteller Kurs am ICBM in Wilhelmshaven statt, der Termin wird noch bekannt gegeben. Verteilung der Plätze bei Überbelegung nach Losverfahren
Internship - Dr. Maren Striebel
Dr. Stefanie Moorthi
Prof. Dr. Helmut Hillebrand
2.12.061 Energy Economics Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-056
Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 15.05.2017), 00, Ort: A10 1-121 (Hörsaal F)

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Resource and Energy Economics
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Christoph Böhringer
Dr. rer. pol. Jan Schneider
57.01.192 Seminar SFB/TRR 31 "The Active Auditory System" Termine am Freitag. 07.04., Freitag. 28.04., Freitag. 05.05., Freitag. 12.05., Freitag. 19.05., Freitag. 02.06., Freitag. 09.06., Freitag. 16.06. 11:00 - 13:15
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Lectures of international scientists. Vorträge internationaler Wissenschaftler im Rahmen des gemeinsamen Seminars der Universitäten Magdeburg und Oldenburg mit anschließender Diskussion.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Dr. Birger Kollmeier
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
3.02.101 Ü Spoken English: Higher Education in North America - MON 8:30-10 Montag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ü

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Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
1.07.0631 Sociology of the European Integration (Lehrsprache englisch, Prüfungsleistung deutsch oder englisch) Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), A06 4-411

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The economic, legal and political integration of Europe is at the core of the process of European integration. In addition to the political transformations induced by the creation, enlargement and deepening of the European Union, in particular since the 1990s, European integration has given rise to a fundamental transformation of social relations and the living worlds of people. While in the postwar period, daily life primarily took place in the framework of nation-states, the opening of hitherto largely nationally regulated and limited social fields and spaces has fostered increasing cross-border contacts and a stronger transnationalisation of social interactions, attitudes and interpretations. This transnationalisation of social fields and spaces as a result of European integration lies at the heart of the research on horizontal Europeanization and also of this lecture. In its first part, a broad overview on the process of European integration, major EU institutions and policy fields will be given. In its second part, horizontal Europeanisation processes in different social fields, as well as on related conflicts and bargaining relations and their impact on patterns of social inequality are analysed. Complementary to the Europeanisation of social fields, the Europeanisation of social space (P. Bourdieu) will be analysed, taking the examples of the transnationalisation of everyday practices, collective memories and reference groups of social inequalities. This raises the question of the relationship between field-specific and space-specific Europeanisation processes. In addition, different modes of Europeanization (power/coercion, competition, communication and cooperation) will be analysed. Given the profound crisis of European integration in the wake of the Euro crisis, the final part of the course will emphasise the analysis of conflicts and tensions between national and European regulations, identifications, and patterns of integration and social inequality. In industrialised societies, participation in society is closely connected to a sufficient income. The seminar accompanying the lecture analyses empirical patterns of social inequality in Europe, since cross-border determinants and transnational perceptions of social inequality are becoming increasingly important in the process of European integration. On the basis of the relevant literature, the structure of income inequality, poverty and deprivation as well as unequal opportunities of participating in the labour market and in health care are discussed. In this way, we take into account the multidimensional nature of social inequalities in Europe. These patterns and their development are explained by socio-demographic characteristics and national contextual factors, unearthed in particular through multilevel analyses. A key result of previous research has been the "double dualization" of the European territory, as the inequality of objective living conditions has increased since the beginning of the current financial, sovereign debt and economic crisis, both between different social groups and between regions of Europe (Continental und Northern European countries on the one hand, Southern and Eastern European countries on the other hand).
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Martin Heidenreich
3.02.110 Ü Written English: (a) Travel and Exploration Montag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017), Ü, Ort: A10 1-121a
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 10:00 - 12:00, Ort: A11 1-101 (Hörsaal B)

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This Written English course forms one half of the compulsory module ang311: Advanced Language Skills. The module is assessed via a portfolio and the assessment requirements here are a take-home essay and a 90 minute written language test. The grade will be added to the result from Spoken English. Homework assignments as required by the lecturer will count towards active participation. Please note that this Written English course shares a theme and some texts with the literature course "Expedition Narratives" offered by Anna Auguscik, particularly the focus on Antarctic exploration.
Excercise 2 Lauren Freede
3.02.306 DS Directed Studies Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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other - Dr. Joanna Pfingsthorn
3.02.052 S/Ü Key Concepts in Cultural Studies Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), BM
Termine am Samstag. 08.07. 15:00 - 17:00

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Excercise 2 Sharif Bitar
5.04.4234 Wind Physics Measurement Project Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: W33 0-003, W32 1-113, W30 0-033/34

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Case study like problems based on real wind data will be solved on at least four important aspects in wind physics. The course will comprise lectures and assignments as well as self-contained work in groups of 3 persons. The content consist of the following four main topics, following the chronological order of the work process: Data handling: - measurements - measurement technology - handling of wind data - assessment of measurement artefacts in wind data - preparation of wind data for further processing Energy Meteorology: - geographical distribution of winds - wind regimes on different time and length scales - vertical wind profile - distribution of wind speed - differences between onshore and offshore conditions. Measure – Correlate – Predict (MCP): - averaging of wind data - bin-wise averaging of wind data - long term correlation and long term correction of wind data - sources of long term wind data. LIDAR (Light detection and ranging): - analyses and conversion of data from LIDAR measurements
Internship - Prof. Dr. Martin Kühn
Dr. Detlev Heinemann
Dr. Matthias Wächter, Dipl.-Phys.
Andreas Hermann Schmidt
5.04.642 Electronics Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ort: W32 0-005
Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ort: W03 1-156

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The students acquire basic competences to set-up and analyze digital and analog electronic circuits; furthermore basic knowledge for measurement methods as well as for handling measurement systems are imparted. content: logic functions and gates, digital circuit analysis and synthesis, flip-flops, digital counters and memories, A/D- and D/A converters, programmable logic devices , impedances, inductances and capacitances, complex alternating electric quantities, RCL-filter circuits, semiconductor circuits, rectifier circuits, operational amplifier circuits
Lecture 4 Hans Josef Brückner
5.04.632 Basic Laboratory II Donnerstag: 09:00 - 13:00, wöchentlich (ab 13.04.2017), Group A
Donnerstag: 14:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 13.04.2017), Group B
Termine am Donnerstag. 06.04. 09:00 - 15:00

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Students will learn the basics of physical experimentation, the use of modern instrumentation, data collection, and analysis using appropriate hardware and software. They deepen lecture material through their own experiments. They acquire the skills for planning, implementation, evaluation, analysis, and reporting of physical experiments and presenting of results using multimedia tools. By working in groups, they gain competencies in the areas of teamwork and communication. Content: Introduction to software for scientific data analysis, analysis and assessment of measurement uncertainties, analysis and verification of measured data, fitting of functions to measured data, dealing with modern measurement techniques, carrying out experiments in the fields of mechanics, electricity, optics, nuclear radiation, electronics, signal acquisition, signal processing.
Internship - Hans Josef Brückner
Sandra Koch
Markus Schellenberg
Bert Struve
Ulrich Teubner
Arno Hinrichs
Johannes Diekhoff
Sabine Tiedeken
Lars Jepsen
Volker Braun
Stefan Wild
57.01.350 C 4 Scientific Writing Termine am Dienstag. 14.03. 09:00 - 12:30
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After registration the first meeting will be arranged via doodle. Further dates will be arranged individually. This course consists of two parts. The first part is a 4h introduction dealing with general facts how to write a scientific paper. Note that some of the suggestions are specific to the broader area of neuroscience. The second and much longer part of the course focuses the actual job "writing a paper". For this purpose students will form teams of 2 persons preferably from a similar field/background). I will schedule 4-5 meetings with each of these teams on an individual basis. For these meetings your task will be to write (first meeting) the methods of YOUR paper and to read and comment the methods part of your team partner. The next meetings will then be on the results, introduction and discussion part and the last meeting on all the rest (abstract, figures etc.) In each meeting we will then work on both your and your partners parts and you will receive both feedback from me and your partner on how to improve your paper.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
6.02.038a Practical project - Support in Data Collection and Analysis Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.11.2016)

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Providing hands-on help with practical issues with Cogent, Presentation, SPSS, SPM, Matlab etc. in assistance to course 6.02.038 "Practical project - Biologische Psychologie" In addition to the weekly date, appointments can also be arranged at other times. This course is offered throughout the year, also during the semester break.
Practical course - Dipl.-Psych. Riklef Weerda
5.03.391 Experimental designs in ecological field studies Termine am Donnerstag. 20.07. - Freitag. 21.07., Montag. 24.07. - Freitag. 28.07. 08:00 - 19:00
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Start: Do 20.07.2017 / Ende: Fr 28.07.2017
Excercise - Prof. Dr. Ellen Kiel
Ines Wolpmann
20.01.327 Wirtschaftsenglisch 2 A Montag: 16:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)
Termine am Montag. 10.07. 16:00 - 20:00

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Für die Teilnahme an diesem Kurs wird ein Einstufungstest am Sprachenzentrum benötigt. Diesen können Sie am Dienstag, 14.03.2017 in der Zeit von 10-12 Uhr und von 13-15 Uhr in Raum A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G) abgelegen. Der Test (multiple choice test) dauert ungefähr 30 Minunten, kommen Sie also spätestens eine halbe Stunde vor Ende der angegeben Zeit vorbei. Eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich!
Language course 4 Kyra Sabine Huismann, B.A.
20.01.318 Englisch Vertiefungsmodul 2 - Intensivkurs Termine am Montag. 24.07. - Donnerstag. 27.07. 09:00 - 14:15, Freitag. 28.07. 09:00 - 12:15, Montag. 07.08. - Donnerstag. 10.08. 09:00 - 14:15, Freitag. 11.08. 09:00 - 12:15
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Language course - Richard Dawton
6.02.020 (Neuro) Cognitive Psychology in the wild II Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Seminar - Dr. Inga Maren Schepers
3.02.530 Ü Betreuung des Praxisblocks vor Ort (HR300) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Excercise - Christian Kramer, M.A.
5.03.243 Field course (Functional ecology of communities in heterogeneous landscapes) Termine am Mittwoch. 01.02. 13:00 - 14:00, Donnerstag. 06.04. 18:30 - 19:30, Donnerstag. 25.05. - Freitag. 26.05., Montag. 29.05. - Freitag. 02.06. 09:00 - 17:00, Ort: W03 1-154, W02 2-216, (W02 2-243)
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Start: Do 25.05.2017 / Ende: Fr 02.06.2017 The courses within the Module „Functional ecology of communities in heterogeneous landscapes“ represent a coherent unit of 15 KP, which spans the second half of the semester (6 weeks Mo-Fr, 9:00-17:00, starting 22.05.). Students should take no other courses in this period. Exceptions can be discussed with Michael Kleyer. First prep meeting takes place 06.04.2017 Für den Feldkurs (5.03.272) und Field course(5.03.243) findet ein zusätzlicher Vorbesprechungstermin statt: 01.02.2017 von 13-14 / W03 1-154
Excercise - Dr. Verena Cordlandwehr
Prof. Dr. Michael Kleyer
2.02.822 Economic Transformation and Integration Termine am Dienstag. 11.04. 18:00 - 20:00, Donnerstag. 29.06., Freitag. 07.07. 09:00 - 18:00
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Hans-Michael Trautwein
Christina Pötzsch
5.04.301 Photovoltaics Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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The course covers the basic physics of solar cells as well as their commercial application. The photovoltaic energy conversion as well as the loss mechanisms in solar cells will be discussed on the basis of thermodynamics, semiconductor and solid-state physics. The students will learn to assess different kinds of PV technologies as well as the potential of photovoltaics for world’s energy supply. Contents: solar spectrum, energy and power density, principles of solid state and semiconductor physics, absorption and emission of light in semiconductors, generation and recombination in equilibrium and nonequilibrium, charge transport, quasi-Fermi levels, electrostatics of the pn-junction, majority and minority carrier, characterization, current-voltage characteristic, strategies to optimize the solar cell efficiency, technology overview, crystalline silicon solar cells, amorphous silicon, CdTe, CIGS, concentrator cells, modules
Lecture 2 Dr. Nicolay Radychev
2.02.157 Übung zu Corporate Financial Statements Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: A14 1-112
Freitag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-056

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Excercise 4 Prof. Dr. Kerstin Lopatta
Johann Trenkle
3.02.172 VL Methods in Language Use, Variation and Change Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 18:00 - 19:00, Dienstag. 11.04. 18:00 - 20:00, Dienstag. 18.04., Dienstag. 25.04. 18:00 - 19:00, Dienstag. ...(mehr)
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The lecture “Methods in Language Variation and Change” accompanies one of the linguistic seminars in ang617 and is meant for students registered for these courses to develop basic methodological skills in the topic areas of language variation and change. Unlike many other disciplines in the humanities, linguistics has a very empirical research tradition. To get the data needed for empirical research, there are various methods of data collection which all come with a number of limitations and advantages. In this course, different methods will be introduced to you, making you familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of them all and discuss critically the suitability for your research questions. In thelecture, we will guide students to develop different methodological skills and competences, such as: - the ability to formulate a valid (and manageable) research question - the ability to choose the appropriate approach to answering this research question (i.e. e.g. qualitative vs. quantitative research) - the ability to choose the appropriate method(s) of data collection to answer this question - the ability to choose the appropriate participants/ language corpus to answer this question - the ability to analyse the data - the ability to choose and present relevant results - the ability to structure linguistic papers - etc. The course is meant to give you a hands-on experience in working empirically yourself – from developing a research question to analysing and presenting your data. Therefore, the teaching methods in this course will vary from regular lectures in the first part to (individual) counseling and consultation about your own projects (be it posters, term papers or other kinds of examina-tion). Students who registered for one of the linguistic seminars in ang617 also need to register for this lecture.
Lecture - Dr. Ilka Flöck
3.02.405 Ü Academic Discourse: Advanced Language Skills Montag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ü

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This course explores the grammatical and lexical tools available in the English language from a rhetorical perspective. Shifting our focus from simple accuracy of a sentence to communicative purpose, we will consider how meaning is best expressed through different choices of sentence and text structures. Students will analyse, edit and produce written texts on a variety of academic topics and reflect on language use from both a reader’s and a writer’s perspective. Advanced topics in vocabulary and grammar use will be addressed based on students’ needs.
Excercise 2 Inga Zalyevska
5.08.021 Arbeitsgruppenseminar Marine Geochemie Montag: 11:00 - 13:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Thorsten Dittmar
Dr. Jutta Niggemann
Dr. Michael Seidel
6.03.271 Psychophysics of Hearing (stream 2 in neu270) Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 16:00 - 17:00, Dienstag. 06.06. - Mittwoch. 07.06. 09:00 - 18:00
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5.02.644 (Introduction to Matlab) is a mandatory prerequisite for this course.
Internship - Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
5.13.511 Molecular Microbiology Termine am Montag. 03.04. - Freitag. 07.04., Montag. 10.04. - Freitag. 14.04., Montag. 17.04. - Freitag. 21.04., Montag. 24.04. - Freitag. 28.04. 15:00 - 17:00
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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Ralf Andreas Rabus
Networking Day of Neurosciences Termine am Dienstag. 30.05. 13:30 - 17:00
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As successful networking is gaining more and more importance in professional as well as private life we want you to learn to establish your own network as early as possible and to take advantage of it e.g. when you are looking for a job or later in your professional life. There will be a presentation "Successful Networking" by a specialist, and afterwards the theoretical knowledge can be transferred in a "practical session". In the final session already successful young researchers will present their own way for you. Please register via e-mail: petra.huelper@uni-oldenburg.de
Seminar - Dr. Petra Hülper
Dr. Jacqueline Leßig-Owlanj
3.02.401 Ü English for Educational Purposes: Designing Reading Materials Mittwoch: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ü

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Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
5.04.4667_a Biophotonics and Spectroscopy Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Application of atomic and molecular spectroscopy at a wide range of fields, e.g. industrial, biosciences, microscopy, pharmaceutical, environmental, trace analysis: 1. Explain the mechanisms of and fundamental distinctions between molecular and atomic spectroscopy 2. Recognise the issues regarding sensitivity and selectivity of molecular and atomic spectroscopy 3. Evaluate the limitations and analytical issues associated with each method 3. Demonstrate analytical application of these atomic and molecular absorption and emission techniques 4. Discriminate the analytical challenges that can be appropriately solved by these spectroscopic techniques
Lecture - Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Markus Schellenberg
Sandra Koch
5.04.241Ü1 Numerische Methoden der Physik / Numerics, Exercises (english) Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 Dr. Sina Sadeghi
3.02.182 VL Research Methods in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Termine am Montag. 24.04., Montag. 08.05., Montag. 15.05., Montag. 22.05., Montag. 29.05., Montag. 12.06., Montag. 19.06., Montag. 26.06. 12:00 - 14:00
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Lecture - Lina Abed Ibrahim, M.A.
1.07.096 Nationalism, Politics and Migration in Germany (Lehrsprache Englisch, Prüfungsleistung Deutsch oder Englisch) Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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This seminar provides an overview of four contemporary themes/issues regarding the national identity and nationalism in Germany. These themes/issues are (1) coping with the past (Vergangenheitsbewältigung), (2) the reunification, (3) multi-culturalism, (4) the leadership role in the EU.
Seminar 2 Mahmut Murat Ardag
5.02.015 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Computational Neuroscience Mittwoch: 09:30 - 11:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Das Seminar findet im Besprechngsraum der AG statt.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
5.04.241Ü2 Numerische Methoden der Physik / Numerics, Exercises Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 Klaus Brümann
6.02.018 Introduction to scientific programming II Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: A07 0-031
Termine am Mittwoch. 12.07. 16:00 - 18:00, Ort: A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G)

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Seminar - Dr. Johannes Voßkuhl
3.02.307 DS Directed Studies Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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other - Dr. Ilka Flöck
5.06.507 Energy Systems II Mittwoch: 10:15 - 11:45, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: W33 0-003, W01 1-117, (W00 Energielabor)
Termine am Mittwoch. 05.07. 10:15 - 11:45, Ort: A10 1-121 (Hörsaal F)

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Part II: Technologies of the Global Energy System   - Power Plant Technology Basics: Thermodynamic cycles, efficiency, technologies, ...) - Conventional Power Generation: Steam power plants, gas turbines, nuclear - Advanced Power Generation: Combined cycle, co-generation, fuel cells, magneto-hydrodynamic power generation, stirling machine, heat pumps,.. - Electric Power Distribution: Utility grids, distributed generation, integration of RET, .. - Solar Thermal Power Plants: parabolic trough, central receiver) - Geothermal and Ocean Energy
Lecture 2 Dr. Detlev Heinemann
6.03. Begleitveranstaltung für die Masterarbeit Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Seminar - Lehrende der Biologie
5.04.612 Electrodynamics and Optics Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ort: W03 1-161 (Hörsaal)
Mittwoch: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: W03 1-161 (Hörsaal), W02 1-148
Termine am Freitag. 07.07. 14:30 - 17:30, Ort: W32 0-005

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Basics of Electrostatics Matter in an electric field The magnetic field Electrical circuits Motion of charges in electric and magnetic fields Magnetism in matter Induction Electromagnetic waves Light as electromagnetic wave
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Steven van de Par
3.02.171 S Intercultural Pragmatics Mittwoch: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), AM

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This seminar will approach the field of pragmatics in intercultural contexts and give insights into the intersection of pragmatics and sociolinguistics, where language is seen as the performance of some kind of action and linguistic choices are investigated in relation to their socio-cultural context. We will discuss the most important theories, methodologies and concepts (Speech Act Theory, Politeness, Communities of Practice etc.), followed by an overview of influential empirical studies in socio-pragmatics research, e.g. in the fields of cross-cultural and interlanguage pragmatics and computer-mediated communication.
Seminar 2 Vera Stephanie Freytag
5.13.561 Fermentation Termine am Montag. 17.07. - Freitag. 21.07., Montag. 24.07. - Freitag. 28.07. 09:00 - 18:00
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Internship - Dr. Kathleen Trautwein
Prof. Dr. Ralf Andreas Rabus
5.13.801 Master Thesis Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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nach Vereinbarung will be announced
Lecture - Lehrende der Mikrobiologie
3.02.421 S Varieties of English: American Englishes Donnerstag: 18:00 - 21:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), MM

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This master course is closely co-ordinated with Prof. Geluykens’ seminar “World Englishes”. Both seminars will start with an overview phase in which central topics to the field of language variation will be covered. The topics of the overview phase will be part of the mid-term examination (in-class essay). In the second part of the semester (workshop phase), we will shift our focus of attention towards American English (AmE) and its many subnational varieties. We will discuss major regional dialects in the U.S., social and ethnic varieties of AmE (e.g. African American English or Chicano English) and debate the repercussions of speaking a non-standard variety of AmE in the educational system. In the workshop phase, participants are expected to do a presentation on a topic of their choice. Literature: Crystal, David. 2004. English as a Global Language. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Kachru, Braj B. 2006. The Handbook of World Englishes. Malden, MA etc.: Blackwell. Wolfram, Walt, and Natalie Schilling. 2016. American English: Dialects and Variation. 3rd ed. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.
Seminar 2 Dr. Ilka Flöck
3.02.032 TUT Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Montag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Tut, Ort: A01 0-010 a
Termine am Dienstag. 18.04., Dienstag. 02.05. 14:00 - 16:00, Ort: A11 1-101 (Hörsaal B)

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Tutorial 2 Lisa Schwarberg
3.02.420 S World Englishes Donnerstag: 18:00 - 21:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), MM

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Seminar 3 Prof. Dr. Ronald Geluykens
2.02.152 Übungen zu Financial Accounting Montag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-056
Montag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017), Ort: A13 0-006
Montag: 20:00 - 22:00, wöchentlich (ab 10.04.2017), Ort: A13 0-006
Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 12.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-054
Mittwoch: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 12.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-056
Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 13.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-054
Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: A05 0-054
Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), (Tutorium Brandt), Ort: A01 0-006
Freitag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: A01 0-007
Freitag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 21.04.2017), Tutorium (Brandt), Ort: A05 1-159
Termine am Dienstag. 18.04. 16:00 - 18:00, Mittwoch. 19.04. 12:00 - 14:00, Freitag. 21.04. 14:00 - 16:00, Donnerstag. 04.05. 18:00 - 20 ...(mehr), Ort: A01 0-005, A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G), A01 0-008 (+3 weitere)

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Excercise 8 Prof. Dr. Kerstin Lopatta
20.01.325 Wirtschaftsenglisch 1 A Montag: 12:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Für die Teilnahme an diesem Kurs wird ein Einstufungstest am Sprachenzentrum benötigt. Diesen können Sie am Dienstag, 14.03.2017 in der Zeit von 10-12 Uhr und von 13-15 Uhr in Raum A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G) abgelegen. Der Test (multiple choice test) dauert ungefähr 30 Minunten, kommen Sie also spätestens eine halbe Stunde vor Ende der angegeben Zeit vorbei. Eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich!
Language course 4 Geraldine Barry
57.01.130 A 3 (1) Histological techniques in Neuroanatomy and Immunohistochemistry Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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PhD students deepen their knowledge of current histological techniques that are used in neuroscience and train to use these techniques in their own research context. Orientiert an speziell ausgewählten oder auch selbstbestimmten Projekten erwerben die Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden umfangreiche Kenntnisse über die gängigen histologischen Techniken die in den Neurowissenschaften Anwendung finden und lernen, diese auf ihre eigenen Forschungsvorhaben anzuwenden. Des Weiteren soll die Bildbearbeitung für wissenschaftliche Publikationen anhand von Adobe Photoshop erlernt und vertieft werden.
Seminar - Apl.Prof.Dr. Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold
3.02.500 S Current Issues in ELT (Gym/WiPäd) Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gehring
6.03.511 Computation in sensory systems Termine am Montag. 22.05. - Freitag. 26.05., Montag. 29.05. - Freitag. 02.06., Montag. 05.06. - Freitag. 09.06., Montag. 12.06. - Freitag. ...(mehr)
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Gemeinsame Vorbesprechung mit anderen Modulen
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Prof. Dr. Martin Greschner
Prof. Dr. Jannis Hildebrandt
Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
Dr. Jörn Anemüller
3.02.150 S Expedition Narratives Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), AM

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“One of the jobs of historical novelists is to uncover those secret histories which, for one reason or another, professional historians have overlooked. Often this involves the apperception of a narrative where others might simply have seen discontinuities.” (Giles Foden, rev. of Richard Flanagan’s Wanting, Guardian, 26 Sept 2009) Our knowledge of the history of voyages of exploration is largely based on our knowledge of expedition narratives: most of what we know about the journeys of these (mostly) men is based on written accounts. These accounts are partly authored by the explorers themselves (logbooks, diaries, journals, memoirs, scientific papers) and partly penned by others: fellow explorers, biographers, novelists. In this course, we will focus on representations of the British exploration of the polar regions in the long nineteenth century. In particular, we will read various texts based on and inspired by John Franklin's 'Lost Expedition' (1845) and the 'Terra Nova Expedition' led by Robert Falcon Scott (1910-13). The diversity of non-fictional and fictional texts, literary and genre novels, historical and contemporary texts will allow us to examine the following questions: What plots/ themes/ motifs/ character constellations are typical of the expedition narrative (e.g. in reference to Empire, Englishness, masculinity, or science and culture)? What specific narrative strategies do we find (e.g. multiple narrators, intertextuality, genre mix)? How do these accounts handle the relationship between 'fact' and 'fiction'? What is the motivation for re-narrating these expeditions? What effects might they have on the (contemporary) image of these explorers? Please, make sure to purchase and read the following two novels in advance. Your reading of them is prerequisite to the course. - Robert Edric. The Broken Lands [1992]. London: Picador, 1993. - Beryl Bainbridge. The Birthday Boys [1991]. London: Abacus, 2009. In addition, you will each become an expert on one more such written account of your choice which will be offered for selection together with the syllabus in the first week of the semester. PLEASE NOTE: Beryl Bainbridge's The Birthday Boys will be made available at the CvO bookshop. Robert Edric's The Broken Lands is currently out of print. Several second-hand copies can be acquired in my office (EUR 5). If you use an e-book version, please make sure to have a reading device with you in each session (cf. e.g. www.buecher.de, EUR 6,99) Please, contact me if you have difficulties obtaining the book. Additional materials for preparation, as well as the detailed syllabus, will be made available on the wiki (http://wiki.angl-am.uni-oldenburg.de/index.php/2017_AM_Expedition_Narratives:_Literary_Representations_of_British_Polar_Exploration_in_the_Long_Nineteenth_Century) and/or on Stud.IP. There will be a 'Handapparat' in our library.
Seminar 2 Anna Auguscik
3.02.021 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), BMÜ

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Dr. Ilka Flöck
C Oltech - Welcome Workshop Termine am Mittwoch. 05.04. 09:30 - 15:00
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Welcome Workshopfor all new PhDs of the Graduate School Science and Technology and interested PhD students of the Faculty II, V und VI The topics of workshop are: - Defining motivation, wishes and expectations for the PhD - Introduction to the Graduate School - Thesis Committee and supervision agreement - Presentation of the curriculum and an introduction to StudIP - Identifying your personal competences and requirements Location: Universities guest house, Drögen Hasen Weg 64.
other - Dr. Klaudia Hettwer
Dr. Jacqueline Leßig-Owlanj
Dr. Petra Hülper
2.03.010 Intellectual Property Donnerstag: 09:00 - 11:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Christine Godt
3.02.067 Ü (d) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: British and Irish Politics, History and Culture Mittwoch: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ü
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

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The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise 2 Rachel Ramsay
6.02.010 Introduction to the study of sex differences Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Please note: You have to register for both parts of the module (Tue, 10 - 12 and Thu, 10 - 12).
Lecture - Apl.Prof.Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
6.02.006 Functional MRI data analysis Montag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 29.05.2017), Ort: A07 0-031
Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 31.05.2017), bis 12.07.2017 in Raum A7 0-031 k.A.
Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 09.06.2017), bis 14.07.2017 in Raum A7 0-031 k.A.
Freitag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 09.06.2017), bis 14.07.2017 in Raum A7 0-031 k.A.
Termine am Montag. 10.07. 12:00 - 14:00, Freitag. 14.07. 10:00 - 12:00, Ort: A07 0-031, A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G)

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All parts of this modul take place in room A7 0-031
Seminar - Carsten Gießing
70.02.745 Citavi: Reference Management (Workshop in English) Termine am Montag. 24.04. 10:00 - 12:00
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Citavi is a software for reference management and knowledge organisation. After attending this course you will be able to • enter data into Citavi and manage them, • add references and quotations to text files, • generate bibliographies and format references according to the specifications of various citation styles. In addition, you learn how to use Citavi's knowledge organisation and task planning solution. System requirements: Windows 10, 8, 7 or Vista. It does not operate with Mac OS. This course will take place in English and is open to students from all departments.
Practical course - Stephan Matthias
3.02.301 KO Abschlusskolloquium: BA, MEd, DoktorandInnen Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), KO

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Colloquium 2 Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gehring
6.02.019 Scientific Programming II Mittwoch: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Seminar - Dr. Johannes Voßkuhl
3.02.470 S Resistance and Participation, Literary and Cultural Perspectives Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), MM

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
3.02.040 VL Historical Backgrounds and Critical Concepts Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), BM V

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Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Martin Butler
Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
5.02.851 I Molecular Development and Evolution of the Peripheral Auditory System (Option I) Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Termin nach Vereinbarung
Excercise - Dr. Ulrike Sienknecht
3.02.490 S Songs and the City Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Martin Butler
3.02.024 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Mittwoch: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), BM

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Dr. Ilka Flöck
6.03.711 Neuroscientific data analysis in Matlab Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)

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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Jannis Hildebrandt
5.02.712 Neuere Arbeiten der experimentellen Ökologie Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 23.05.2017)

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**Vorbesprechung am Anfang des Semesters, genaue Terminabsprache über Stud.IP. **
Seminar - Dr. Maria Will
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wolfgang Zotz
20.01.324 Advanced Writing and Reading for University Studies B Mittwoch: 08:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk3/sprachenzentrum/sprachen/englisch/kursangebot/english-for-university-studies/
Language course 4 Annelieke van Rhoon
1.07.095 Religion, Nationalism, Populism (Lehrsprache Englisch, Prüfungsleistung Deutsch oder Englisch) Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), A06 4-411

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One of the most visible aspects of globalization is increasing migration and ethnic & cultural diversity, which influences majority and minority experiences in societies, and challenges the conventional nation state models. This seminar discusses the large group dynamics and the practices and policies of different states ranging from Europe, North America to Australia and New Zealand. Also, one troubling consequence of the increased migration and ethnic & cultural diversity is the fluctuating prejudices between different groups. Prejudices are ubiquitous. They take particular forms in the context of migration and challenged nation state model. For example, in the contemporary societies, religion seems to play an important role in terms of symbolic boundary making and social inclusion vs. exclusion mechanisms. This course is designed to acquaint students with some selected works from the enormous body of literature on prejudice and migration. Selected class material includes works from nationalism & citizenship studies and political psychology.
Seminar 2 Mahmut Murat Ardag
6.02.005 Masters colloquium Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
6.02.003 Masters colloquium Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017)

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Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
3.02.402 Ü English for Educational Purposes: Designing Speaking Activities Dienstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ü

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Excercise 2 Johanna Hasanen
5.08.388 Functional consequences of marine biodiversity change Termine am Dienstag. 02.05. 11:00 - 18:00, Mittwoch. 03.05. 08:00 - 18:00, Donnerstag. 04.05. 08:00 - 12:00, Mittwoch. 24.05. 10:00 - 16:00
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Das Seminar besteht aus einem 2,5-tägigem Workshop in Wilhelmshaven (02.05.2017, 11:00 Uhr bis 04.05.2017, 12:00 Uhr), Projektarbeiten in Eigenregie und einem Abschlusssymposium in Groningen (24.05.2017)
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Helmut Hillebrand
N. N.
3.02.020 VL Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Dienstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), V
Termine am Dienstag. 02.05. 14:15 - 14:45

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Ronald Geluykens
3.02.303 KO New Research on British and Anglophone Literary and Cultural Studies Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), KO

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Colloquium 2 Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
3.02.998 S Multiple Imaginations: Germany's Pasts and Presents Termine am Freitag. 05.05. 16:00 - 20:00, Samstag. 20.05. - Sonntag. 21.05. 10:00 - 19:00, Ort: A01 0-004, A01 0-010 b
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In this seminar, we will work on different narratives about and representations of what is imagined – in different times and under different (political, social, economic) circumstances – as ‘Germany’. We will explore what ‘Germany’ supposedly is and gain a deeper understanding of it. With a cultural studies perspective we will look at what and who is represented by whom as ‘German(y)’, who and what is excluded by the narratives, what the specific circumstances for specific narratives are, and which counter-narratives can be found. The aim of the seminar is not to study what is called ‘Germany’ or ‘Europe’ but to learn about representation and perspectives of (multiple) self-imaginations, how they are constructed in different narratives and which functions these imaginations serve. In the context of this seminar, we do a joint study trip to the Auswandererhaus in Bremerhaven to explore different narratives and representations about Germany’s past and present. With a selection of texts and short films we will examine issues of exclusion and inclusion, and their implications.
Seminar - Sunday Omwenyeke
5.13.631 Research Project Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Termin nach Vereinbarung Will be announced
Internship - Lehrende der Mikrobiologie
2.02.821 International Trade and Transnational Production Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), Ort: A14 1-112, V03 0-E003

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Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Hans-Michael Trautwein
5.04.241Ü6 Numerische Methoden der Physik / Numerics, Exercises (english) Freitag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 Dr. Sina Sadeghi
5.04.4586 Digital Signal Processing Montag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ort: W32 1-112, W01 0-008 (Rechnerraum), W15 1-146
Mittwoch: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Ort: W32 1-112
Termine am Montag. 10.07. 10:00 - 12:00, Ort: W02 1-148

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Engineering Physics: Alternative für Signal- und Systemtheorie
Lecture 4 Prof. Dr. Simon Doclo
1.07.241 Freiwählbares Modul: Introduction to Network Analysis (Lehrsprache Englisch, Prüfungsleistung Deutsch oder Englisch) Dienstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), A06 3-313 (OLExS-Labor)

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This course offers a hands-on introduction to the concepts and methods of social network analysis (SNA) using the statistical programming environment R. Depending on research interests and data availability, researchers commonly look at networks of different sizes and degrees of complexity. In this class we will learn about tools to analyze these various types of networks. This will include egocentric networks (e.g. own family and friendship network) and complete networks of various sizes: e.g. friendship ties in a school class, informal communication networks in organizations, and large-scale, complex networks like co-citation networks of scientists or interaction networks on social networking websites. The course will combine lecture/seminar style presentations of the instructor with lab sessions in which students work on empirical exercises using R. Literature: Borgatti, Stephen P., Ajay Mehra, Daniel J. Brass, and Giuseppe Labianca. 2009. “Network Analysis in the Social Sciences.” Science 323(5916):892–95. Kolaczyk, E. D., & Csárdi, G. (2014). Statistical analysis of network data with R. New York: Springer.
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Sebastian Schnettler
6.02.009 Multivariate Statistics II (Tutorial) Montag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 24.04.2017)
Termine am Montag. 03.04. 18:00 - 20:00

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Tutorial - Prof. Dr. Hans Colonius, Dipl.-Psych.
5.02.621 Neurophysiology - Seminar Termine am Donnerstag. 30.03. 10:00 - 12:00, Montag. 03.04. - Donnerstag. 06.04. 08:00 - 12:00, Freitag. 07.04. 08:00 - 13:00, Montag. ...(mehr)
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Lecture - Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
Prof. Dr. Martin Greschner
Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
6.02.014 (Neuro) Cognitive Psychology in the wild I Mittwoch: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017)

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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
3.02.031 TUT Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Mittwoch: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 05.04.2017), Tut, Ort: A13 0-006, A01 0-008

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Tutorial 2 Robert Sowa
5.04.241Ü3 Numerische Methoden der Physik / Numerics, Exercises (English) Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 Ahmed Mohamed
5.04.241Ü5 Numerische Methoden der Physik / Numerics, Exercises Donnerstag: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Excercise 2 Davide Trabucchi
5.03.212 Protected areas and regional development Donnerstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: V04 0-033
Termine am Mittwoch. 12.04. 18:00 - 20:00, Ort: V03 0-E004

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Start: Do 06.04.2017 / Ende: Do 18.05.2017 1 Exkursionstag muss noch terminlich bestimmt werden. Die VA 5.03.215 "Praxis der ökologischen Planung" in diesem Modul findet im Wintersemester statt.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Ingo Mose
N. N.
3.02.304 KO New Research in American Studies: Fach Anglistik und Amerikanistik/ Englisch Donnerstag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), KO

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Colloquium 2 Prof. Dr. Martin Butler
3.02.029 Ü Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part II Dienstag: 18:00 - 20:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017), BM

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This second part of the Basismodul English Linguistics gives a brief introduction to English phonetics, followed by an extensive overview of linguistic meaning (Semantics, contextual meaning (Pragmatics), and social meaning & variation (Sociolinguistics). It also gives a short overview of the history of the English language (Historical Linguistics). The course will be accompanied by exercise sessions (which require active participation) and tutorials and will be complemented in winter by a course on phonology, morphology and syntax in the winter semester. Evaluation: Two in-classs written tests, one on phonetics (mid-term), the other on language & meaning (end of term) Bibliography: Fromkin, Victoria; Rodman, Robert & Hyams, Nina (2006): An Introduction to Language. 8th edition. Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. (the 7th ed. Is also OK) Plag, Ingo; Braun, Maria; Lappe, Sabine & Schramm, Mareile (2009): Introduction to English Linguistics. 2nd ed. Berlin etc.: Mouton de Gruyter. Roach, Peter (2000): English Phonetics and Phonology. A Practical Course. 3rd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB: Please register for the lecture and one of the accompanying exercise session on Stud.IP.
Excercise 2 Vera Stephanie Freytag
5.04.4667_c Biophotonics and Spectroscopy Die Zeiten der Veranstaltung stehen nicht fest.
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Projekte nach Vereinbarung, Je nach Teilnehmerzahl zeitgleich mit 5.04.4667_b Modern Methods in Optical Microscopy.
Seminar - Sandra Koch
Walter Neu, Dipl.-Phys.
Markus Schellenberg
20.01.313 Englisch Aufbaumodul 2 A Donnerstag: 12:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017)

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Language course 4 Dr. Maike Engelhardt
3.02.192 S Making Learning Visible in the EFL Classroom Montag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), AM

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On successful completion of this module, students should - be familiar with current research in the field of evidence-based teaching, especially John Hattie`s Visible Learning and Visible Learning for Teachers -be able to explain the difference between competence-based teaching as opposed to instructive approaches -be familiar with the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and be able to explain its significance and the impact it has had on language teaching -know and be able to analyze syllabuses and curricula aimed at different age and ability groups -be able to develop and evaluate lesson plans relying on the task-based approach but also on “classical” ways of lesson planning (PPP) - be able to critically consider a variety of assessment methods suitable for classroom use -be able to plan for differentiation in accordance with the syllabus -be able to comment on “real-life” case studies of individuals and groups of language learners thus practicing their diagnostic skills -make informed decisions on methods, seating, use of media etc. in light of current research-be aware of the way culture shapes attitudes towards (language) -learning and teaching and develop realistic goals for intercultural skills and communication, both in the classroom and beyond Participants are expected to: -provide commentaries on topics discussed in class -pass a written exam (“Klausur”) at the end of the semester
Seminar 2 Dr. Sylke Bakker
5.06.307 Lab Solar Home System Donnerstag: 08:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 20.04.2017)

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PPRE-Students only (MSc)
Internship - Robin Knecht
Christiane Stroth
5.02.711 „Scaling“: Physiological Ecology from single organ to ecosystem Montag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 22.05.2017)

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**Vorbesprechung am Anfang des Semesters, genaue Terminabsprache über Stud.IP.**
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wolfgang Zotz
2.02.1001 Advanced Managerial Accounting Dienstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 02.05.2017), Ort: A14 1-103 (Hörsaal 3)
Termine am Samstag. 22.04. 10:00 - 19:00, Mittwoch. 07.06. 14:00 - 16:00, Dienstag. 25.07. 10:00 - 12:00, Ort: A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G), A14 1-103 (Hörsaal 3), A05 0-056

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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Kerstin Lopatta
Wolfgang Kornblum
Frerich Buchholz
M.A. Kevin Bruns
Laura-Maria Gastone
6.03.412 Cochlea and auditory brainstem (option 1 in neu410) Termine am Dienstag. 04.04. 16:00 - 17:00
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6.03.411 (Fundamentals in Auditory Physiology) is a mandatory prerequisite for this course. See also Module Handbook (Modulbeschreibung) for additonal information on module content and options.
other - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
3.02.075 Ü (c) Academic Speaking and Writing Skills: The American Experience Dienstag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich (ab 04.04.2017)
Termine am Donnerstag. 13.07. 08:00 - 10:00

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The “Academic Speaking and Writing Skills” courses make up the second part of the Sprachpraxis module ang080. These are practical courses geared toward teaching you how to give effective presentations in an academic setting and developing your academic writing ability, as well as introducing the culture, language and society of different Anglophone countries. (The courses in SoSe17 cover Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the United States and Great Britain and Ireland, depending on the lecturer.) Regardless of the topic, in each course you will prepare and give at least two presentations or other spoken activities, and write at least one short text as well as completing an in-class writing task. There will also be grammar and vocabulary assignments focussing on useful language for academic speaking and writing. As with “Introduction to Integrated Language Skills”, the course is graded on a pass-fail basis.
Excercise - Inga Zalyevska
2.12.042 Ecological Economics Freitag: 10:00 - 12:00, wöchentlich (ab 07.04.2017), Ort: A14 1-112, W02 1-156

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Ecological Economics is concerned with integrating the study and management of "nature's household" (ecology) and "humankind's household" (economics). This integration is central to many of humanity’s current problems and to building a sustainable future. The aim of the module “Ecological Economics” is to introduce students to core concepts from the field of Ecological Economics. The module is structured into three parts. First, students will be introduced to the topic by two lectures on the specific vision and paradigms of Ecological Economics as distinguished from environmental & resource economics and on the history of ecological economics. Second, the students work out and discuss the core analytical concepts (entropy, ecosystem services, resilience, substitutability of natural capital, time) as well as the core normative concepts (justice, human behaviour) in Ecological Economics. Third, the students will discuss and reflect certain policy implications following from Ecological Economics – specifically the economics of degrowth and the measurement of welfare. The basis for discussion will be classical and current scientific papers.
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Bernd Siebenhüner
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Sievers-Glotzbach
5.01.811 Vorlesung Quantitatives Risikomanagement Montag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 03.04.2017), Ort: W01 0-006
Donnerstag: 08:00 - 10:00, wöchentlich (ab 06.04.2017), Ort: W01 0-012
Termine am Donnerstag. 18.05. 12:00 - 14:00, Ort: W02 1-146

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Lecture - Prof. Dr. Angelika May
Dr. Daniel Clemens Dubischar
3.02.403 Ü Academic Discourse: Media Translation Donnerstag: 16:00 - 18:00, wöchentlich (ab 13.04.2017), Ü

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This practical course focuses on different forms of media translation, both interlanguage (eg. German → English) and intralanguage (eg. English → English for the hearing impaired), and in both aural (voiceover and dubbing) and written (subtitle) form. Using freely available software, we will learn how to create subtitles, additional audio soundtracks. No specific technological knowledge is required, although a certain degree of confidence using computer programmes like Audacity or Windows Movie Maker would be helpful. At the very least, you need to have access to VLC media player and know how to save a .txt file! For the first half of the semester, we will explore the different types of dubbing and subtitling, as well as common translation issues. In the second, you will complete and introduce a media translation project of your own. Be aware that this course does not have a classroom focus, although some activities could be used for classroom purposes later. * * * Note: students who have previously completed the course 'Media in the classroom' should not sign up for this course without contacting me first.
Excercise 2 Lauren Freede
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