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Awards

HSB Innovation Award 2017
HSB Innovation Award 2016
Bernd-Artin Wessel-Innovationspreis (Prize for Innovation) 2009
In honour of outstanding performance, the award is conferred upon the joint project entitled:
“Further development of a laser-optical measurement procedure for continuous monitoring of the diameter of optical fibres and micro wires during the pulling process.”
It is a joint project of SIKORA AG, Bremen and the Institute for Microelectronics, Micromechanics and Micro Optics (I3M) of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.
The following persons were honoured with that certificate:
Prof. Dr. G. Wenke (I3M), M.Sc. U. Ceyhan and W. Pieper of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences,
Dr. Werner Blohm (Head of Development) and Harald Sikora of the SIKORA AG
Hanseatic Award, 2008, and Bremen Engineering Award by the Association of German Engineers (VDI), 2008
In 2008, the second prize of the Hanseatic Award, conferred by the Bremen University of Applied Science’s Association of the Friends of Technical Fields (GdF) e.V. was awarded to two recipients: Marion Mühlenbäumer, graduate of the Women's International Degree Course in Computer Science, and Christoph von Tycowicz, graduate of the Media Computer Science Diplom degree course.

In cooperation with EADS Astrium Bremen, Mrs. Mühlenbäumer conceived, prototypically implemented, and evaluated a concept for the integration of data produced by the Columbus space module. The results of her thesis were directly incorporated into a an international project started in 2008. Mrs. Mühlenbäumer received for her thesis also the Bremen Engineering Award by the Association of German Engineers (VDI).
With several publications on international scientific conferences, Mr. von Tycowicz has already established himself in scientific circles. In his diploma thesis he convincingly investigated how current graphics processors can be used as cheap, but powerful parallel computers for the analysis of 3D surfaces.
Hanseatic Special Award, 2007
The Hanseatic Special Award for 2007, associated with 500 Euros, was awarded to two graduates of the Computer Engineering programme, Mr. Axel Schmidt and Mr. Andreas, Haase for their Diplom thesis “Highly Mobile Employees: Development of a dedicated infrastructure for mobile communication.” The Diplom thesis was completed at the Bremen University of Applied Science’s Network Laboratory under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Richard Sethmann and Prof. Dr. Axel Viereck.
Hanseatic Award, 2007
In 2007, the first prize of the Hanseatic Award, conferred by the Bremen University of Applied Science’s Association of the Friends of Technical Fields (GdF) e.V. was awarded to two recipients, each of whom received an award of 1000 Euros: Philipp Kolhoff and Jacqueline Preuß, both graduates of the Media Computer Science Diplom degree course. Both have already established themselves in their field with multiple international scientific publications; in their final projects, both implemented new ideas to construct prototypes in which video game and video editing software developers have already shown great interest.
Prof. Dr. Spillner is GI-Fellow
The FB would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to Prof. Dr. Andreas Spillner on the occasion of his being named a Fellow of the GI Computer Science Association. Spillner received the distinction at the 37th annual meeting of GI. The President of the Association, Prof. Dr. Matthias Jarke, conferred the Fellowship upon five individuals, among them Prof. Dr. Spillner of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences. The Association’s Fellow programme recognises a select few members of the Association who have demonstrated a high level of engagement in Computer Science over at least a 15 year period. An excerpt from Prof. Spillner’s fellowship documents: “Andreas Spillner distinguished himself within the Computer Science Association in his capacity as founder and speaker of the TAV (Software Testing, Analysis and Verification) Technical Units. As a founding member of the German Testing Board, he devotes himself to ensuring the quality of software testing procedures and has worked to establish them in both commercial training and university programmes of study. The combination of teaching and practical experience is particularly important to him. He has continually contributed to the further development of software engineering, having co-authored text books, contributed to books and served as editor of conference reports. In addition to his research and teaching interests, Andreas Spillner is also involved in social and political issues.” More information about the GI Fellowship Programme at:
VDE Award, 2006
Ms. Wiebke D. Behrens has been honoured by the Association for Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Information Technology of the North-West Region (VDE) for her outstanding academic work. Highly promising young scientists in the Electrical Engineering/Information Technology field are honoured with the engineering award. The Chairman, Professor Rainer Laur, conferred the award during the Association’s general meeting. She wrote her Diplom thesis in the laboratory for conventional and alternative energy production. The title was “An analysis of the financial risks associated with gas supply in combination with seasonal gas storage.” The operator of the gas storage operation, swb Netze GmbH & Co. KG generously provided Ms. Behrens with the data for her analysis.
ZARM Award, 2003
The third-place 2003 ZARM Award was awarded to a Computer Engineering student, Mr. Thorsten Holt, for his Diplom thesis entitled “Analysis and test facility for the optimisation of the ISS / Columbus Space-Ground Communications System” and is associated with 500 Euros. The Diplom thesis was completed at EADS Bremen and supervised by Prof. Dr. Richard Sethmann of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences .
OAS Award (2004)
The Otto Anton Schwimmbeck Award for 2004 was awarded to a Microsystems Engineering student, Mr. Martin Philipp Rohde on 5 June, 2004, by the Rector of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Dr. habil. Elmar Schreiber. The 1000 Euro award recognises the student in the international degree course Microsystems Engineering who has obtained the best pre-Diplom thesis grade at the end of the third semester. The award supports the student’s semester of study abroad.
Daimler-Chrysler Diplom Student Award for 2004
The Daimler-Chrysler Diplom Student Award for 2004 was awarded to Marco Branahl for his Diplom thesis, entitled “Investigation into electrical disruption variables and their effects on motor vehicle electronics in manufacturing.” The thesis resulted from cooperation with the Microwave Engineering Laboratory of the Daimler-Chrysler AG factory in Bremen.
Graduate of the Media Computer Science Degree Course is State Champion with
at business idea competition: With the development of specialised software for the music industry, Andre Meyer, who is still a student at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences in the Media Computer Science degree course, can easily consider his Diplom thesis a success. He received first prize in the “Campus Ideas 04” competition, making him state champion – a title that comes with a 2000 Euro award. His “iPool” software, a development that is expected to benefit the music industry, convinced the jury and secured him a victory over more than 50 fellow competitors. The Computer Science student received the winner’s check from the Senator for Science, Wilfried Lemke. All in all, more than 50 ideas from highly diverse fields were submitted. Over 150 invited guests celebrated the successful innovator during a reception sponsored by the Senator for Education and Science. Campus Ideas 04 is a cooperative competition supported by universities in Bremen and sponsored by the Bremen Universities Initiative for the Support of Enterprising Thinking, Founding and Entrepreneurship (BRIDGE) again in 2004, after the programme’s success in its first year in 2004. Students and research assistants of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences, the Bremerhaven University, the University of Arts as well as research assistants from institutes and research organisations of these institutions were invited to participate.Press contact: Prof. Dr. Jörn Loviscach would be pleased to respond to enquiries.
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First Prize in Student Competition of the International Conference “Mobile Entertainment” in Manchester, 2004
For their presentation of the mobile game “Gangs of Bremen” (prototype), students Katja Fahrenholz and Jochen Hahn won the first prize – sponsored by Microsoft – of the student competition of the international conference “Mobile Entertainment: User-Centred Perspectives,” held in Manchester from 25-27 March, 2004. Claudia Glomb, Hans Hamm, Andreas Jonderko und Dietmar Pichler were also part of the student project team. Support:
Contact
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Grüter, Barbara, Prof. Dr. phil.  send
Best Practical Teaching Exercise within the Cisco Curriculum (2003)
Prof. Dr. Richard Sethmann und Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Böke of the Institute for Computer Science and Automation at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences have received the distinction entitled “Best Practical Teaching Exercise within the Cisco Curriculum.” Laboratory trials were carried out in collaboration with students centring on topics such as access lists, firewalls, multicasting and tunnelling. The materials were developped within the framework of the event “Multimedia Broadband Communication,” sponsored by the Media Computer Science degree course.
VDE Award, 2002
Henning Plump and Swen Moczarski received the VDE Award for 2002 of the Association For Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Information Technology, Bremen regional chapter e.V. for their Diplom thesis “Conception and application of a project-specific software development process for the development of an XML content server.”
EIB Scientific Award 2002
The second prize of the EIB Scientific Award for 2002 was awarded to Mr. Marco Weigt on 16/04/02 within the framework of the “Light + Building” conference. The award, given every two years by the EIBA (European Installation Bus Association), recognises scientific contributions to the further development of building systems engineering by sponsoring the EIB (European Installation Bus). Mr. Weigt received the 750 Euro award for his Diplom thesis, entitled “Optimisation of the heating system of a residential and commercial building using the EIB.” The thesis is the result of cooperation between the Institute for Computer Science and Automation of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences and the Laudeley Betribstechnik company, Ritterhude.
VDE Academic Award, 2002
Mr. Sven Trumpke, a graduate of the Electrical Engineering degree course, received the VDE Academic Award in 2002 for his outstanding academic performance and his Diplom thesis, entitled “Construction and regulation of a linear motion mechanism carrying a swaying load.”
OAS Award (2002)
The Otto Anton Schwimmbeck Award for 2002 was awarded to a Microsystems Engineering student, Mr. Lars Phillipp Richter, on 24 June, 2002 by the Rector of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Dr. habil. Elmar Schreiber. The 1000 Euro award recognises the student in the international degree course Microsystems Engineering who has obtained the best pre-Diplom thesis grade at the end of the third semester. The award supports the student’s semester of study abroad.
OAS Award (2001)
The Otto Anton Schwimmbeck Award for 2001 was awarded to a Microsystems Engineering student, Ms. Janne Haack, on 4 July, 2001 by the Rector of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Prof. Dr. Helga Meyer. The 1000 Euro award recognises the student in the international degree course Microsystems Engineering who has obtained the best pre-Diplom thesis grade at the end of the third semester. The award supports the student’s semester of study abroad.
Bremen Engineering Award (2001)
The Bremen Engineering Award for 2001, sponsored by the Board of Directors of the Bremen Regional Chapter of VDI, was awarded to Stefanie Feldmann, a Microsystems Engineering student, for her Diplom thesis “Investigations into tunable optical filters.” The Diplom thesis was completed in the Laboratory for Optoelectronics and Optical Transmission Technique at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.
Software Engineering Award 2000
The Software Engineering Award of the Ernst Denert Foundation for Software Engineering for 2002, under the aegis of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (Computer Science Association) and sponsored by the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft (German Organisation for the Promotion of Science) was awarded to Arwid Kassner and Klaus Monpetain for their Diplom thesis “Development of software for an online shop system.”
Guidance
Name Phone E-Mail
Spillner, Andreas, Prof. Dr.-Ing.  send
OAS-Preis (2000)
The Otto Anton Schwimmbeck Award for 2000 was awarded to a Microsystems Engineering student, Mr. Stefan Ehlers, on 23 June, 2000 by the Rector of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Prof. Dr. h.c. Ronald Mönch.
The 1000 Euro award recognises the student in the international degree course Microsystems Engineering who has obtained the best pre-Diplom thesis grade at the end of the third semester. The award supports the student’s semester of study abroad.
EuroSTAR 1998 – Conference Paper
Prof. Dr. A. Spillner received the IQUIP (Sogeti) Award for best contribution to EuroSTAR 98 for the conference paper “Four Kinds of Class Modality – Four Kinds of Class Testing?”
The 100th certified tester who participated in the Bremen University of Applied Sciences course and passed the examination was recognized in July, 2007.
Bremer Ingenieurpreis (1997)
Bremer Ingenieurpreis (1997) des Kuratoriums des Bremer VDI Bezirksvereins für Holger Groß für seine Diplomarbeit "Ein Workflow-System für das Software-Änderungsmanagement"
Bremer Ingenieurpreis (1993)
Bremer Ingenieurpreis (1993) des Kuratoriums des Bremer VDI Bezirksvereins für Axel Jöhnke und Bernd Früchtenicht für ihre Diplomarbeit "Fuzzy-Set-Steuerung mit Transputern"

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