Avete Academici 2014
- Welcoming address by Rector Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfram Ressel
- Greetings by the representative of the capital City of Stuttgart Werner Wölfle
- Greetings by Sebastian Dallinger, Student Representative
- DAAD Prize for outstanding achievements of foreign students studying at German universities
Lecture in german:
"Entropy in everyday life - or, why it is absolutely impossible to keep everything permanently in order"
Stefan Staudacher, Institute of Aircraft Propulsion Systems & Bernhard Weigand, Institue of Aerospace Thermodynamics
Music by the University of Stuttgart Big Band.
Followed by (starting approx. at 19:00):
The Fair of Feasibilities – University of Stuttgart institutes introduce themselves.
The University of Stuttgart's "UNO" First Semester Student Party kicks off right after the events at Liederhalle.
When: October 15th, from 8:00 pm
Where: Lobby of the No.47 Building, Pfaffenwaldring 47, Vaihingen Campus
The RSVP page is only available in German!
Please note: Online RSVP is unfortunately not available for the following student categories:
- Students who are resuming studies at the University of Stuttgart after an interruptions;
- Students who switched study programs (transfer students)
If you fall into these categories, please mail us the RSVP card that came with your invitation. Alternatively, email your RSVP with “Anmeldung Avete” in the subject line along with your matriculation number.
The prize for the most outstanding academic achievements from a foreign student at a German university will be awarded at "Avete Academici", the university’s event for first-semester students.
This prize honors a foreign student at the University of Stuttgart who demonstrates very good academic performance and remarkable social engagement. It carries a 1,000€ monetary award.
Der German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is a joint institution of German universities. It promotes international academic collaboration using public funds, with special emphasis on dialogues between students and scientists. Students from abroad studying at German universities enrich the university community both culturally and academically. To honor outstanding international students, the DAAD annually provides funds to the universities to endow this prize.