The next meeting of the Student’s Union will take place on Wednesday, November 23th 18:00 at Nelson’s (the café in the courtyard of the main building). We are looking forward to meeting you there!
There is a test-run of new opening hours, so the main building of the library will be open from 10 am to 5 pm on Sundays. Happy studying!
This semester our “Stammtisch” will be on every first Wednesday of the month, starting with November 2nd.
Our location for this year will be the “Nelson’s” but since it is closed because of the holiday, for the first date, we will move to “Lanea” (Rilkepl. 3, 1040 Wien), the location from last year.
We are looking forward to meeting you there!
The next meeting of the Student’s Union will take place on November 2nd, 17:30 at Café “Lanea” (Rilkepl. 3, 1040 Wien – Same place where the “Stammtisch” is) Whether you want to help us improve the curriculum, organize something for your fellow students or just want to know who we are, drop by!
“oneTUfree” – Die Messe für alle Kultur-, Sport- und Freizeitangebote an der TU Wien.
Wolltest du schon immer Universität und Freizeit verbinden und wusstest nicht wie?
Dann komm zur oneTUfree und entdecke das vielseitige Freizeitangebot an der TU Wien. Egal ob Sport, Kultur oder Freizeit für alle TU- Angehörigen ist etwas dabei.
Get to know all the leisure-time activities you can do at TU. There are many groups of students doing different activities together, from arts to sports to building rockets- there’s something for everyone!
13:00 – 18:00 Uhr
Karlsplatz 13, Stiege
The Office for Gender Competence at the TU cordially invites you to a guest lecture by Professor Arne Manzeschke on Thursday October 13, 2016 at 18.30.
The title of Professor Manzeschke’s talk is “Applying ethics in the field of human-machine interaction – observations and experiences.”
Place: Getreidemarkt 9, 1060 Wien, 8th floor; Seminarraum BA 08 B
For space and refreshment purposes, please confirm your participation no later than Tuesday October 11, 2016 by e-mail to Marjo.Rauhala@tuwien.ac.at
Human-machine interaction is one of the most intriguing and unsettling developments that currently attracts attention in different fields, such as work, public health, or leisure time thus propelling scientific and public discourses in sociology of knowledge, STS, philosophy and ethics. This lecture will sketch a rough outline of the ongoing debate and depict some of the observations and experiences made in the field of applied ethics when using the MEESTAR (= Model for the Ethical Evaluation of Socio-Technological ARrangements).
Prof. Dr. theol. habil. Arne Manzeschke was born in 1962 in Hamburg. He is Professor of Anthropology & Ethics at the Lutheran University Nuremberg and Director of the Department of Ethics & Anthropology in Health Care, Institute Technology · Theology · Sciences, at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. In addition, Professor Manzeschke is the Research Director at the Center for Business Ethics, Berlin; Vice-President of Societas Ethica, European Society for Research in Ethics, and Member of the Ethics Commission on Preimplantation Diagnostics in Bavaria. He has conducted about 30 workshops with various research groups in the field of health care, medical technology, and industrial producing using his Model for the Ethical Evaluation of Socio-Technological Arrangements (MEESTAR).
Introduction about the curriculum and every thing else you need for a good start @ TU Vienna 😉
When? October 12th, 18:00
Where? GM 3 lecture hall, BA -building at Getreidemarkt, 2nd floor
There is a new lecture held by Prof. Kaniusas in cooperation with the AIT, it will be part of “Advances in Biomedical Signals & Instrumentation“