Main scientific emphasis of phaenovum – Schülerforschungszentrum Lörrach-Dreiländereck e.V. (the phaenovum Student Research Center of Lörrach and the Tri-border Region)
A country's or region's competitive edge doesn't come from a research lab, it begins in its classrooms. All experts are well aware of the fact that, in the past, practical schooling offered far too few opportunities to provide job-oriented scientific teaching. Opportunities for students to conduct fun experiments or for trying out innovative ways of effectively conveying information were few and far between.
phaenovum was specifically planned using a cross-border, tri-national, interdisciplinary approach: the aim is to promote contact among students from Germany, France and Switzerland during joint scientific and technical experiments in weekly excellence courses, block weekends or one-week holiday courses.
Physics / nanosciences
Integration of the physics group of the Hans-Thoma-Gymnasium (HTG), an initiative launched and run successfully for years by retired Vice Principle Bernd Kretschmer. Mr. Hermann Klein (HTG), a tenured secondary school teacher, will lead this department with the seasoned guidance of Mr. Bernd Kretschmer.
Life sciences / biology / chemistry
This department builds on the experiences gained by Biotechnet-Waldshut by means of life sciences projects. It is led by Dr. Thomas Wiederkehr (Berufskolleg Biotechnologie and the Biotechnologisches Gymnasium of the Justus-von-Liebig School in Waldshut).
Information technology / robotics
Since 2003, the IT Seminar Lörrach has been organized by Innocel Innovations-Center Lörrach GmbH and the Steinbeis Transfer Centre for Embedded Design & Networking at the University of Cooperative Education in Lörrach and financed by numerous commercial enterprises from the region. At phaenovum, the IT Seminar constitutes the information technology/robotics department and is led by Dr. Axel Sikora (professor and Head of the IT Department at the University of Cooperative Education in Lörrach).
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