Wir danken der Possehl-Stiftung sehr herzlich für die langjährige und umfangreiche Förderung, ohne die viele unserer Angebote für Kinder und Jugendliche nicht möglich gewesen wären.
At the Universität zu Lübeck, our Academy of Pupils strives to awaken interest in natural sciences and engineering among pupils and to especially foster keen and talented pupils over the long-term. We pursue four initiatives and are funded by the Possehl Foundation.
Under the MaTZprogramme, we support and motivate pupils to develop and expand their interest in informatics and its fields of application. Our effort also encompasses computer camps and work groups offering interdisciplinary projects from the Web, the media, medicine, robotics and telematics.
LILa gives pupils from the Holstein region their first insight into medical engineering issues. We use diverse projects to draw the attention of as many upper level pupils as possible. Our purpose is to make them aware of traditional natural sciences as a necessary and extremely crucial tool for developing medical engineering applications.
The goal of our LIMα initiative is to reach a broad base of keen and talented pupils in forms 3–13, build up solid sponsorships and foster their interest for careers in mathematics, informatics, natural sciences and engineering (MINT). We have math clubs with workgroups and math days in our programme, supplemented by a Math Olympics event, a summer school and excursions to companies.
Presently, through LoLa we have 22 laboratory courses for pupils in forms 8–13, covering subjects like biology and chemistry (e.g., cellular biology, microbiology, cytogenetics, molecular genetics, biotech, phylogenetics, protein biochemistry, enzyme kinetics, designing active ingredients). Each course includes a seminar on the techniques and their social relevance. Keen pupils can attend advanced LoLa courses during school breaks, join workgroups, or get advice on special projects (e.g., within the “Young Researcher” programme).
The subject-specific offers of the Academy of Pupils of the University of Lübeck are supported by the initiatives MaTZ, LILa, LIMα und LoLa as components of the Academy of Pupils and can be found on the websites linked below.
Forms 8–13, teachers, trainee teachers
PD Dr. Bärbel Kunze
Tel. 0451 / 3101 2320
Universität zu Lübeck
Ratzeburger Allee 160
Tel.: 0451 / 3101 6030
Reinvent – The 2019 Informatics Summer Camp at the University of Lübeck from 5–8 August
The Lübeck Open Laboratory in the University of Lübeck’s Academy of Pupils Topics “Microbes – Infection – Inflammation"
A Lübeck citizen is this year’s champion of the National Mathematics Competition – a long-lasting involvement with initiatives by the Academy of Pupils at our Universität zu Lübeck