TU Dresden RWTH Leibniz Institut

Subproject Ö

Public Relations of the SFB/TRR—Vision, Association, Communication for Sustainable Construction Methods of the Future

The task of subproject Ö is to make the development and results of the CRC/Transregio 280 research teams visible and accessible to the public. With a developed umbrella concept – vision, association, communication –, the public will sensitize to visionary construction forms and sustainable building with carbon concrete.

Specially tailored steps for target groups, such as the production of short films and the inclusion of art in science, are intended to promote comprehensibility and help to engage with the topic in an interdisciplinary way. Real and virtual demonstrators will also help to present research results. An important part of these programmes is the involvement of pupils and students, who are an important factor in realizing visions in the building industry as well as in other disciplines. The research results will be prepared in a way that is suitable for the target group and communicated to the public via various media channels (press, radio, social media platforms).

Scientist

Silke Scheerer
Subproject Manager
Silke Scheerer
Dr.-Ing.
Technische Universität Dresden
Institute of Concrete Structures
D-01062 Dresden
[Translate to English:] Marton Claßen
Subproject Manager
Martin Claßen
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Structural Concrete
Mies-van-der-Rohe-Str. 1
D-52074 Aachen
[Translate to English:] Bild zeigt das Dummy-Portraitfoto von Angela Alvarez
Subproject editor
Angela Alvarez y Leal
Dipl. Designer
RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Structural Concrete
Mies-van-der-Rohe-Str. 1
D-52074 Aachen
[Translate to English:] Stefan Groeschel
Subproject Editor
Stefan Gröschel
Geprüfter Medienfachwirt Digital (IHK)
Technische Universität Dresden
Institute of Concrete Structures
D-01062 Dresden

Publikationen | Publications

SFB/Transregio 280 [ed.] (2023) ENTDECKUNG · Sichtbarmachung einer Symbiose · Natur + Beton. Katalog zur Ausstellung. Dresden: Institut für Massivbau der TUD und Aachen: Lehrstuhl und Institut für Massivbau der RWTH.