Science & Research

»SUPPORTING INNOVATION & POTENTIAL«


Bremer Tagebuch 2016/2017 Annual Report

Three events relating to interesting topics in the areas of business, science and research took place in Bremen’s House of Science during the reporting period between October 2016 and April 2017. The events were attended by a total of around 420 participants from the Bremen region ... > mehr

Kieserling Foundation supports “German Maritime Studies”

Germany offers a wide range of maritime-related study programmes. However, up to recently, the public perception of the wide variety of courses in Germany left a lot to be desired. Nor did the courses score well when compared internationally > more

TERM OF ENDOWED CHAIR AT JACOBS UNIVERSITY COMES TO AN END

Committed, innovative, knowledgeable: Jens Froese has been a Distinguished Professor of Maritime Logistics and Director of the Maritime Logistics working group at Jacobs University, a chair endowed by the Kieserling Foundation, since 2008. Professor Froese's contract comes to an end as planned at the end of 2015. > more

SERIES OF FILMS AND LECTURES: “BREMER TAGEBUCH” (BREMEN DIARY)

Mr. Gertzen is organising the “Bremer Tagebuch” series of films and lectures in the House of Science. The lectures and films deal with regional topics, relating mainly to logistical issues. In order to promote the continued existence of the “Bremer Tagebuch”, the Kieserling Foundation has been supporting the House of Science since 2009. > more

Kieserling Foundation supports Deutschlandstipendium

The Deutschlandstipendium supports students of all nationalities at German universities whose previous history raises expectations of outstanding course work. > more

KIESERLING FOUNDATION SUPPORTS RESEARCH NETWORK FOR MARITIME LAW

The Research Network for Maritime Law was set up by representatives of the marine industry, government, science and research in Bremen’s Chamber of Commerce on 14 August 2012 ... >> more

BREMER INSTITUT FÜR PRODUKTION UND LOGISTIK GMBH


KIESERLING FOUNDATION
SUPPORTS ROBOSCAN 12 AND MODLOG

The aim of this study and subproject is to establish the status quo of robotic applications in logistics. The "RoboScan" series of studies, which began in 2007, is being continued for this purpose ... >> more


BREMEN UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES –
INTERNATIONAL DEGREE COURSE IN SHIPPING & CHARTERING


KIESERLING FOUNDATION
SUPPORTS DEGREE COURSE

The Kieserling Foundation, in conjunction with the Bremer Landesbank, the Conrad Naber Foundation and the Senator (minister) for Economic Affairs and Ports, supports the International Degree Course in Shipping & Chartering (ISSC), which is one of the most successful new courses at Bremen’s University of Applied Sciences ... >> more


JACOBS UNIVERSITY –
PROF. JENS FROESE


KIESERLING DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF MARITIME LOGISTICS RETAINS POSITION

The Kieserling Foundation has supported Prof. Jens Froese since 2008. Both his course and the collaboration have developed very successfully over the years ... >> more

»BREMAR«
BREMEN INSTITUTE
FOR MARITIME LAW


KIESERLING FOUNDATION SUPPORTS BREMEN UNIVERSITY WITH START-UP FUNDING

Bremen University’s Faculty of Law proposes to establish the Bremen Institute for Maritime Law (BreMar) ... >> more

»VOLL ABGEFAHREN« EXHIBITION


KIESERLING FOUNDATION
SUPPORTS INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION
AT THE FOCKE MUSEUM

On 11 December 2011, the Focke Museum launched its interactive exhibition on the subject of walking, travelling and flying, aimed at children and young people. The exhibition runs until 15 April 2012 ...
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»RIO DE LA PLATA –

MORE THAN STEAKS?«


SECOND LOGISTICS FORUM
ON 10 NOVEMBER 2011 AT THE
JACOBS UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

As one of more than 100 participants, we took a look at the development of the economic region of Latin America.

Take a look at the photographs and forum lectures available here ... >> more


THE KIESERLING FOUNDATION
SUPPORTS THE BELUGA COLLEGE

DONATION TO KEEP SCHOOL RUNNING

Due to becoming insolvent, Bremen’s Beluga shipping company and the associated Beluga College ceased operations at the end of the 2011 academic year.

The Kieserling Foundation donated 15,000 euros to the Beluga College to keep the school running until the end of the academic year. Students were able to complete their examinations (general higher education qualifications, secondary school qualifications, etc.) as required.

The Beluga College was a bilingual grammar school (German/English) and offered two maritime options for students taking the Abitur: maritime business and technical science.


SKILLS ATLAS
BASIC AND FURTHER TRAINING
LOGISTIKFABRIKTISCH PROJECT

The Kieserling Foundation is currently supporting a project for the Logistikfabriktisch (logistics factory table), which is being developed at the Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH (BIBA) ... > more


HIWL
KIESERLING CHAIR FOR
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT

The Kieserling Foundation sponsors the Chair for International Management at the School of International Business and Supply Chain Management (HIWL) ...
> more


NBS – NORTHERN BUSINESS SCHOOL
PAYMENT OF SECURITY DEPOSIT
FOR NEW FUNCTION ROOMS

The Northern Business School, established on the initiative of businesses and business associations in the metropolitan region of Hamburg ... > more


TU BERLIN –
PROF. FRANK STRAUBE

SUPPORTING INTERNATIONAL
SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION


The Kieserling Foundation supported the TU Berlin ...
> more


IÖB - ECONOMICS IN THE PORT
KIESERLING FOUNDATION SUPPORTS
DEVELOPMENT OF ONLINE PORTAL

The aim of this school project is to introduce students to logistics at an early stage ...
> more


 

MARINE MUSEUM
REDESIGNED AND EXTENDED


During the winter of 2009/2010, the museum building was extended considerably and the permanent exhibition was replaced ... > more


BREMEN UNIVERSITY STUDY
DECISION-MAKERS AND INNOVATORS
FOR STATE-OF-THE-ART LOGISTICS

In order to showcase logistics skills at Bremen University, the Kieserling ... > more


PRIZE FOR THE BEST DAV GRADUATE

In April 2006, 33 successful graduates from the German Foreign Trade and Transport Academy (DAV) attended a formal graduation ceremony at Bremen’s Chamber of Commerce ... > more


HIWL
NEW PREMISES AT THE HIWL CAMPUS

As a result of generous donations made by the Kühne Foundation, the Kieserling Foundation, the BLG Logistics Group and Sparkasse Bremen, the HIWL campus was inaugurated and opened on 26 August 2008 ... > more


JACOBS UNIVERSITY BREMEN
DEGREE COURSE IN INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS


On 27 October 2007, Jacobs University began running the English-language "International Logistics" degree course ... > more


JACOBS UNIVERSITY BREMEN
DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF
MARITIME LOGISTICS


As part of the "International Logistics" degree course, the Kieserling Foundation sponsors the "Distinguished Professor of Maritime Logistics", Prof. Dr Froese ...
> more


BREMEN UNIVERSITY
PROMOTING YOUNG SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHERS


Within the context of the "Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics", the Kieserling Foundation has awarded a PhD bursary ... > more

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