Prof Dr Konrad Wolf was initially Dean, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Research and then President (2009-2016) at Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences. From 2016 to 2021, he also held the office of Minister of Science in the state government of Rhineland-Palatinate. The 61-year-old physicist is thus well acquainted with higher education policy from all angles.  

"I am very happy about the decision reached by the Academic Senate and want to thank all members for their support," says Prof Dr Konrad Wolf. "As the future President of HSB, my priorities will be to provide concrete impetus for targeted further development, to initiate and accompany purposeful processes of change and to implement them working as a team together with everyone concerned at HSB."

President: "A special honour to lead the second largest scientific institution in the state of Bremen."

"I warmly congratulate Prof Dr Konrad Wolf on being elected to the post," says incumbent President Luckey. "It is a particular honour to head the second largest scientific institution in the state of Bremen." The Hochschule Bremen is an important partner for the city of Bremen and the surrounding region, she adds. "It is an international and cosmopolitan university that secures the next generation of much-needed and highly trained specialists, acts as a driving force for a sustainable future and, as a science-based centre of innovation, makes a decisive contribution to finding solutions to the pressing issues of the day," she says. "I wish my successor every success in this demanding and prestigious office. In addition, I would like to thank the Academic Senate, the search committee and Daniel Engelbrecht, Head of Administration, for ensuring continuity in the university management with the early and successful organisation and implementation of this election."

Congratulations from Bremen’s Senator for Science

Science Senator Dr Claudia Schilling: "With Professor Dr Konrad Wolf, the Academic Senate of the HSB has chosen an experienced professor and manager capable of injecting fresh momentum into teaching and learning at the Hochschule Bremen. I am also confident that with his many years of political experience he will ensure that HSB continues its successful development and remains competitive. I look forward to working with him."



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