Dresden buildings – In Dresden http://in-dresden.info/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 22:02:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://in-dresden.info/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/icon-2022-02-04T214522.892-150x150.jpg Dresden buildings – In Dresden http://in-dresden.info/ 32 32 Chair of Spatial Information and Modeling work with TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT DRESDEN (TU DRESDEN) https://in-dresden.info/chair-of-spatial-information-and-modeling-work-with-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 08:50:01 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/chair-of-spatial-information-and-modeling-work-with-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ The Faculty of Environmental Sciences at TU Dresden and the Leibniz-Institut für ökologische Raumentwicklung eV (Leibniz Institute for Ecological Urban and Regional Development) invites applications for the Spatial Information and Modeling Chair associated with the Head of the Spatial Information and Modeling Research Area at the Leibniz Institute for Urban and Regional Ecological Development (IOER) […]]]>

The Faculty of Environmental Sciences at TU Dresden and the Leibniz-Institut für ökologische Raumentwicklung eV (Leibniz Institute for Ecological Urban and Regional Development) invites applications for the

Spatial Information and Modeling Chair

associated with the Head of the Spatial Information and Modeling Research Area at the Leibniz Institute for Urban and Regional Ecological Development (IOER)

in a joint appointment procedure in accordance with § 62 (2) of the Higher Education Institutions Autonomy Act of the Free State of Saxony (SächsHSFG) to be filled by January 1, 2023.

Appointment is initially limited to five years. In the event of a positive evaluation by the IOER, the employment contract at the IOER is made permanent. For the duration of the employment relationship at IOER, you (m/f/x) will be appointed to the chair and enjoy the status of university professor at TU Dresden.

The Faculty of Environmental Sciences unites – unique in Germany – the three environmentally related scientific fields of forestry, geosciences and hydrosciences under one roof. The interdisciplinary and international orientation creates great synergy potentials. Primary focal points are Earth system monitoring and modeling at global, regional and local scales, as well as sustainable human habitat development. For more than 20 years, there has been a close collaboration with the IOER in research and teaching.

The IOER is a non-university research center and a member of the Leibniz Association. As a leading center for advanced spatial sustainability science, it develops multiscale spatial information, analysis tools and knowledge, as well as policy and planning instruments that enhance adaptive capacities and of transformation in spatial contexts. To this end, the Institute strives to elucidate the internal and external sustainability orientations of individuals, organizations and society, as well as their insertion into socio-ecological and technological spatial configurations. IOER promotes gender equality and values ​​the diversity of its team. It is certified by Total-E-Quality.

You will be responsible for managing the IOER research area “Spatial Information and Modeling”, including the research data infrastructure “IOER-Monitor” located here. This will likely expand to a research data center from 2023 (subject to funding approval, with nine full-time positions on a permanent basis). At the same time, the area “Spatial Information and Spatial Modeling” of TU Dresden is to be represented by two SWS. We expect you to be willing and able to teach in English. Teaching is to be provided in the master’s programs of TU Dresden (especially spatial development and management of natural resources, geography, geoinformatics technologies). This includes supervising master’s theses and dissertations, in particular within the framework of the Dresden Leibniz Graduate School (DLGS), which is run jointly with IOER. We count on your active participation in the further development of the cooperation between TUD and IOER.

You must have an international reputation for outstanding scientific work in the field of spatial information and modeling and have experience in university teaching and mentoring young scientists. We expect comprehensive theoretical, methodological and practical knowledge in the following areas:

  • methods for monitoring and analyzing land use, housing and building stock and ecosystem services in urban, regional and/or landscape planning.
  • spatial modeling and scenario building
  • Innovative geoinformatics methods (e.g. spatial data science, GeoAI, machine learning, exploratory geovisualization, participatory modelling, decision support systems) to work on these aspects and in close connection with spatial data infrastructures (research ) national and international.

We are looking for a personality with experience in relevant fields and areas of research, as well as a demonstrably high demand for innovation in research and teaching. We expect appropriate evidence for:

  • success in independently acquiring 3rd party funding (especially DFG, BMBF, EU Horizon), project management and implementation.
  • extensive publishing activity in peer-reviewed international journals and other relevant media
  • participation in international, European and national committees, associations and networks
  • experience in personnel management and in the animation of working groups
  • ability to work together in an interdisciplinary manner, ability to work in a team and strong social skills
  • very good knowledge of English (C2) and German (at least C1); other language skills are an advantage.

You will be recruited at IOER in Dresden and will be employed for an initial period of five years at IOER on the basis of an employment contract under private law with remuneration corresponding to grade W2, salary scale W in § 34 of the Saxon Civil Code Pay Scale Act. You will take on scientific management tasks at IOER. For the duration of the existence of the working relationship on the IOER, you will be appointed Professor of Information and Spatial Modeling at TUD and you will benefit from the status of member of university lecturer at TUD. The appointment is made according to the Thuringian model in accordance with § 62 (2) of the Higher Education Institutions Autonomy Act of the Free State of Saxony (SächsHSFG); no public office or employment relationship is established with TUD. Applicants must fulfill the professional qualification requirements of § 58 SächsHSFG.

For any questions, please contact the Chair of the Joint Nominating Committee Prof. Dr. Alexandra Weitkamp (phone +49 351 463-37115, e-mail: alexandra.weitkamp@tu-dresden.de and Prof. Dr. Marc Wolfram, Director of IOER, e-mail: m.wolfram@ioer. of).

TU Dresden and IOER are seeking to employ more female professors. Therefore, we particularly encourage women to apply. Applications from candidates with disabilities or requiring additional support are welcome. The university is a certified family university and offers a dual career service. If you have any questions on these or related topics, please contact the Equal Opportunities Officer of the Faculty of Environmental Sciences (apl. Prof. Doris Krabel, phone +49 351 463-31857), IOER Equal Opportunities Officer (Ulrike Schinke, phone +49 351 4679 203), Disabled Employee Representative at TU Dresden (Roberto Lemmrich, phone +49 351 463-33175) or Disabled Employee Representative from IOER (Kerstin Ludewig, phone +49 351 4679 247).

Please send your application in English with a curriculum vitae in table form, a description of your scientific career, a list of third-party funds raised, a description of the research concept for the desired chair, a list of teaching activities, results of teaching evaluation, an overview of the supervision of theses, a list of publications, copies of certificates or references of doctorates and diplomas, copies of references from the employer and a letter explaining your motivation to apply by August 11, 2022 (the arrival date stamped from the university’s central mail service applies) to: TU Dresden, Dekan der Fakultät Umweltwissenschaften, Herrn Prof. Dr. Hans-Gerd Maas, Helmholtzstr. 10, 01069 Dresden, Germany and in electronic form via the TU Dresden SecureMail portal https://securemail.tu-dresden.de by sending it to dekanat.uw@tu-dresden.de. Please send only copies, as your application will not be returned to you.

The application files will be made available to the competent commissions of the TUD and the IOER. Representatives designated by the two institutions will participate in the presentations of applications and in the interviews.

Data protection reference: Your data protection rights, the purpose for which your data will be processed, as well as further information on data protection can be found on the website: https://tu-dresden .de/karriere/datenschutzhinweis.

Please find the German version under: https://tu-dresden.de/stellenausschreibung/9470.

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Liebig Fotografie – Architekturfotografie und Immobilienfotografie Dresden launches new website https://in-dresden.info/liebig-fotografie-architekturfotografie-und-immobilienfotografie-dresden-launches-new-website/ Fri, 27 May 2022 18:13:13 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/liebig-fotografie-architekturfotografie-und-immobilienfotografie-dresden-launches-new-website/ Architectural and real estate photography in Dresden is carried out by Lukas Liebig. His specialized portfolio includes interior and exterior real estate photography and architectural photography. Lukas Liebig, who founded Liebig Fotografie, is pleased to announce the launch of his updated architectural (Architekturfotografie) and real estate photography. The highly specialized photographer specializes in architectural and […]]]>

Architectural and real estate photography in Dresden is carried out by Lukas Liebig. His specialized portfolio includes interior and exterior real estate photography and architectural photography.

Lukas Liebig, who founded Liebig Fotografie, is pleased to announce the launch of his updated architectural (Architekturfotografie) and real estate photography. The highly specialized photographer specializes in architectural and real estate photography and also does aerial photography. Real estate images include exterior and interior photography. Professional images are a sign for effectively presenting planned or already completed projects.

Real estate photography (Immobilienfotografie) has very fluid boundaries. It can be useful for owners, developers or architects. This category of photography can include interactive exterior, interior and urban images. Whether the images are needed for the website, competition or marketing, the field of real estate photography can include both completed construction projects and planned projects. Architectural photography (Architekturfotografie) covers university buildings, museums or theatres, sports or leisure facilities. Images of construction site sections, private residences and industrial buildings, as well as interior photographs, are included.

Further details are available at https://liebigfotografie.de/

The photographer’s goal is to show the individual atmosphere of a building through its perspective, material, light, shape and color. The photographer considers structural and situational features that depict all facets of the object. The photo image is processed uniformly while meeting the customer’s ideas and requirements.

According to Lukas Liebig, “The value of an object increases with its visual appeal. Today, the housing market, as well as the booking of the next travel destination is done via the Internet. Therefore, meaningful images that present your property in an attractive way are more important than ever. Whether outdoors or indoors – via home staging or unfurnished – an attractive presentation will ensure you capture the attention of appropriate potential buyers. Each property has its own charm: cozy and quaint or simple and modern. As an experienced photographer, I know how to capture and present the individual style of a place.

About the company:

Liebig Fotografie offers specialized images in the field of architectural and real estate photography. The appearance of photographic images is important to real estate buyers and sellers, architects and others. The service area includes Dresden and its surroundings.

Media Contact
Company Name: Liebig Photography
Contact person: Lukas Liebig
E-mail: Send an email
Call: 0176 92695877
Town: 01217 Dresden
Country: Germany
Website: https://liebigfotografie.de/

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Dresden Voters Approve New Business Licenses, Reject Ordinance Changes https://in-dresden.info/dresden-voters-approve-new-business-licenses-reject-ordinance-changes/ Thu, 26 May 2022 16:22:11 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/dresden-voters-approve-new-business-licenses-reject-ordinance-changes/ Dresden voters approve some minor changes to the city’s land use and development ordinance to align with Maine’s Uniform Building and Energy Code at a special town meeting on Tuesday May 25. Voters also approved a new business license requirement and the sale of the city’s grader, but rejected changes to the city’s land use […]]]>

Dresden voters approve some minor changes to the city’s land use and development ordinance to align with Maine’s Uniform Building and Energy Code at a special town meeting on Tuesday May 25. Voters also approved a new business license requirement and the sale of the city’s grader, but rejected changes to the city’s land use and planning ordinance regarding mobile homes. (Photo by Evan Houk)

Voters in Dresden approved a new business license requirement and the sale of the city’s grader and rejected changes to the city’s land use and development ordinance regarding mobile homes during a special town meeting on Tuesday, May 24.

The discussion among the more than 20 residents got heated at times, prompting City Administrator Daniel Swain, who also moderated the meeting, to pound the lectern and call to order a few times.

Voters rejected a proposed ban on mobile homes over 20 years old from moving into a town mobile home park. The ban would only apply to mobile home parks and any existing mobile home in town would have been grandfathered.

One of the main concerns of residents was that the age of a mobile home is an arbitrary distinction that does not necessarily mean the condition of the structure.

“You can’t judge a trailer by its years,” said resident John Doray.

Doray mentioned that customers can’t buy a trailer less than 20 years old for less than $55,000. “It limits a lot of people who are just starting out,” he said.

Amy Gagné circulated photos of 30-year-old trailers in good condition. She said she doesn’t think age should be a determining factor in judging whether a mobile home is livable or usable.

She said a new mobile home cost $96,000 in March.

“With the significant housing crisis we are going through right now, I don’t think now is the appropriate time to limit the homes that can come into the community,” Gagné said.

Voters also rejected an ordinance change that would have required mobile home park owners to notify the city of any sale or transfer of a mobile home within 10 days and provide the city with a list of current residents every year.

The change would also have required the park owner to receive a written statement from the tax collector “stating that no tax lien, tax assessment or other assessment is levied” on a mobile home before it could be sold or moved. This would apply to mobile homes that have been in the city for at least six months.

A violation of this article would have incurred a fine between $250 and $500.

Residents have expressed concern that if a mobile home park owner does not provide a completely accurate list of residents, they could be subject to a fine.

Swain explained that this change would help to better assess the value of properties in town.

Voters approved a new business licensing system that would charge $40 upfront and $10 each year for renewal. Businesses already operating in the city must now obtain a business permit under this section for $10.

Dresden Planning Board chairman Jeff Pierce said the purpose of the business license system is to track business activities in the city.

After a lengthy discussion in which Pierce explained some minor proposed changes to Article 5, Section 4 of the Land Use Ordinance, residents voted in favour.

The depth of any newly created lot having a street frontage of 200 feet or less must not exceed three times the minimum width unless a plan of subdivision is provided, according to the ordinance. Previously, the maximum road frontage in this section was 300 feet.

This change also eliminated a section on electrical inspection since the Dresden code enforcement officer cannot perform them under the Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code. The term “Certificate of Occupancy” was also changed to “Certificate of Compliance” to align with state code.

“We remove items that we can’t enforce,” Pierce said.

At the Dresden Select Board meeting after the town’s special meeting, the board approved a request for proposals that seeks sealed bids starting at $15,000 for the town’s 1979 John Deere grader.

The next regular meeting of the Dresden Select Board will be held at Pownalborough Hall at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 7.

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Memorial Day observance planned at Dresden’s historic courthouse https://in-dresden.info/memorial-day-observance-planned-at-dresdens-historic-courthouse/ Tue, 24 May 2022 18:00:38 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/memorial-day-observance-planned-at-dresdens-historic-courthouse/ Civil War re-enactors commemorate veterans at the Pownalborough Courthouse Cemetery in Dresden. Photo submitted The Lincoln County Historical Association will hold its annual Memorial Day celebration at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 30, at the Pownalborough Courthouse Parade Ground Flagpole, 23 Courthouse Drive in Dresden. Members of Dresden Masonic Lodge 103, assisted by the Colonial […]]]>

Civil War re-enactors commemorate veterans at the Pownalborough Courthouse Cemetery in Dresden. Photo submitted

The Lincoln County Historical Association will hold its annual Memorial Day celebration at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 30, at the Pownalborough Courthouse Parade Ground Flagpole, 23 Courthouse Drive in Dresden.

Members of Dresden Masonic Lodge 103, assisted by the Colonial Maine Living History Association, will conduct the honors program. After being called to order at 11 a.m., those assembled will walk up the forest road to the courthouse cemetery. Veteran soldiers of the three wars will be remembered through spoken words and the placing of bouquets on graves. Everyone will then return to the mast for the raising of the colors for all personnel, followed by a cannon salute given by the history association.

Everyone is welcome to stay after the ceremonies are over and walk around the grounds of the Pownalborough Courthouse. They can walk the nature trail, following the high bank of the Kennebec River through an old stand of white pines. They can explore the network of trails across Route 128, bring a picnic, and maybe spot one of the historic site’s resident bald eagles.

To celebrate the start of a new summer season, the Courthouse will be open to the public free of charge shortly after the ceremony for all who wish to visit this building.

Tours operate from Memorial Day through Indigenous Peoples Day. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Admission will be $10, except for Memorial Day and Saturday, June 4, when admission is free.

The Lincoln County Historical Association is a nonprofit organization that stewards the 1754 Chapman-Hall House in Damariscotta, the 1761 Pownalborough Courthouse in Dresden, and the 1811 Old Jail and Museum in Wiscasset.

For more information, visit lincolncountyhistory.org as well as Facebook: Lincoln County Historical Association (Maine) or Pownalborough Court House Museum.

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Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site in Dresden, Ontario. reopens for 2022 season – London https://in-dresden.info/uncle-toms-cabin-historic-site-in-dresden-ontario-reopens-for-2022-season-london/ Mon, 23 May 2022 18:57:03 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/uncle-toms-cabin-historic-site-in-dresden-ontario-reopens-for-2022-season-london/ A historic site southwest of London, Ontario dedicated to preserving an important part of Canada’s Black history has reopened for the 2022 summer season. Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site, located in Dresden, explores the life and leadership of Josiah Henson, abolitionist, preacher and conductor of the Underground Railroad. Read more: Free Virtual Black History Tour […]]]>

A historic site southwest of London, Ontario dedicated to preserving an important part of Canada’s Black history has reopened for the 2022 summer season.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site, located in Dresden, explores the life and leadership of Josiah Henson, abolitionist, preacher and conductor of the Underground Railroad.

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Free Virtual Black History Tour of Southwestern Ontario Now Available

“He’s a man who was born into slavery in Maryland,” site manager Steven Cook said.

“He was a slave for 30 years, he saw his father’s ear cut off when he was a young boy, his brothers and sisters all sold away from him, he himself had been whipped and his collarbone (broken)… but he worked tirelessly for 30 years before finally escaping.

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Henson escaped to Canada via the Underground Railroad and “founded a colony here in little old Dresden which was one of the very first schools of manual labor ever established in our country,” Cook said.

Josiah Henson.

Courtesy of the Ontario Heritage Trust

In his role as conductor, Henson rescued 118 slaves.

Cook says the name Uncle Tom dates back to 1852 when the famous book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, has been published.

The book, written by a white woman named Harriet Beecher Stowe, tells the story of life on a plantation in the southern United States.

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It was a best-seller and sold over a million copies in its first year, but was the subject of controversy.

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“People, especially slaveholders in the south, were like, ‘What does this white woman (know) about slavery? Her book is just a fantasy tale that she made up in her head,” Cook explained.

Stowe then wrote another book in defense of his bestseller.

“She said she was inspired to create these characters like her central Uncle Tom character by having read the life of Josiah Henson. Just when she put those words to paper, that’s when where Josiah Henson became known as the real Uncle Tom.

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How ‘Uncle Tom’ Still Impacts Race Politics in the 21st Century

Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site also explores the contributions of people of African descent to Canadian culture and society.

Each August Civic Holiday weekend, the site hosts Emancipation Day with speakers, artists, exhibits and cuisine reflecting the lives of early Black people in Ontario.

This year marks the first time in two years that Emancipation Day will return as a live event.

The site includes the Josiah Henson Interpretive Center, with its Underground Railroad Freedom Gallery and the North Star Theater, as well as three historic buildings, including the Josiah Henson House, two cemeteries, a sawmill, and numerous artifacts.

— With files from Mike Stubbs and Andrew Graham of 980 CFPL

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Lautern and Dresden draw 0-0 in disappointing ‘Betzenberg Bore’ https://in-dresden.info/lautern-and-dresden-draw-0-0-in-disappointing-betzenberg-bore/ Fri, 20 May 2022 20:33:00 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/lautern-and-dresden-draw-0-0-in-disappointing-betzenberg-bore/ Kaiserslautern – Dresden Germany: Dams 2/3 Fritz Walter StadiumFull time0-0 By Peter Vice Second division aspirants FC Kaiserslautern unfortunately could not match the intensity of their crowded stadium on Friday night on the Betzenberg hill. The first leg of the promotion-relegation playoff between Germany’s second and third flight football ended in a 0-0 draw. The […]]]>

Kaiserslautern – Dresden

Germany: Dams 2/3

Fritz Walter StadiumFull time0-0

By Peter Vice

Second division aspirants FC Kaiserslautern unfortunately could not match the intensity of their crowded stadium on Friday night on the Betzenberg hill. The first leg of the promotion-relegation playoff between Germany’s second and third flight football ended in a 0-0 draw.

The Rote Teufel must now travel to the Rudolf-Habrig-Stadion for the return leg on Tuesday. Halfway through the winner’s playoff, it looks like the advantage is going to Dynamo Dresden.

Fritz-Walter Stadium. Photo: Kandschwar, CC BY-SA 3.0

In a game that ended rather disappointingly on Friday night, Dynamo Dresden managed to escape hostile territory with a 0-0 draw in the first leg of the promotion-relegation playoffs in lower football divisions from Germany. Hosts 1. FC Kaiserslautern built up a 14-2 advantage over their guests but could only manage one shot on goal. Dresden, meanwhile, maintained the advantage in possession, deftly taking on the air of the game.


New FCK coach Dirk Schuster had to do without filibuster full-back Philipp Hercher (muscle problems) and midfielder Hikmet Ciftci (stomach disease). The Red Devil gaffer responded by dropping Felix Götze from the XI and building a 4-2-3-1 offset with Jean Zimmer taking over from Hercher at right-back, Daniel Hanslik working the left wing and Julian Niehues from back in front of the back-four in a semi-sweeper role. German-American striker Terrance Boyd led the attack.

Dynamo coach Guerino Capretti – still looking for his first win with the club since taking over in early March – left the XI intact as they lost 0-1 to Erzgebirge Aue on the final round of 3. Bundesliga . Christoph Daferner and Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer started together in the lead. Patrick Weihrauch was in tenth place behind them. Guram Giorbelidze and Agyemang Diawusie served as defensive ends in a 5-2-1-2. Captain Tim Knipping became the central defensive pivot.

The crowd of 46,719 in the stands of the Fritz Walter Stadion cheered every last duel victory as the Pfälzers took the initiative. The visiting Saxons attempted to calm things down with slow possession builds. The crowd further ignited with each last attempt by the hosts to snatch the ball away. The Devils had the first look on goal, with former Paderborn man Marlon Ritter sending an effort wide in the ninth. Two minutes later, Ritter narrowly missed a link with Boyd in the box.

Despite all the noise, the opening quarter hour produced very little. Schuster’s men didn’t press particularly high when Dynamo had the ball. The Saxon guests struggled to come up with ideas for moving forward. There was an extended injury time out shortly after Hanslik and Dynamo’s Paul Will hit his head shortly before the 15th minute. Will initially returned to the game after receiving treatment on the sidelines, but was eventually replaced by Yannick Stark in the 21st when he continued to show signs of a possible concussion.

There is no doubt that the locals asserted themselves better in the midfield duels. The match remained largely uneventful, as errors and inaccuracies from both sides prevented the ball from entering the respective penalty areas. Lautern’s Kenny Prince Redondo was able to get some penetration down the flank heading into the half hour mark. That brief spark was quickly snuffed out and the game returned to a stalemate in midfield. Neither team even managed a shot on goal until Boyd made a tame effort on the corner into the arms of goalkeeper Kevin Broll in the 44th.


The chances were limited again after the reboot. The case continued to lack momentum. The rare inroads from both sides were fiercely defended for the first ten minutes. The middle remained completely clogged. The sliding blocks prevented either team from completing crosses in the box. The hour of play passed without much notable happening offensively. The hosts have undeniably started to look long; running out of energy and ideas.

Schuster chose to remove Niehues – booked for a tactical foul in the 59th – in favor of Götze in the 66th. FCK press increased slightly. There was a brief infiltration in the Dresden penalty in the 71st. Unfortunately, Lautern’s forwards couldn’t settle the distribution in front of Kroll’s goal. Fans on both sides quieted down considerably as more subs interrupted the flow through the 77th. The game in general died out afterwards, with neither team willing to take any risks.


Kaiserslautern
(4-2-3-1)
40 Mr. Raab
8 J. Zimmer (VS)
5 K. Kraus
2 B.Tomiak
21 H.Zuck
16 J. Niehues ↪66
28 Mr. Wunderlich ↪87
11 K.Redondo
19 D. Hanslik ↪77
7 Mr. Ritter
13 T. Boyd
Bench
1 A. Spahic
9 Mr. Kiprit
25 S.Stehle ↩77
4 A. Winkler
20 D. Schad
24 F. Gotze ↩66
38 N.Gibs
ten N.Sessa
17 R.Klingenburg ↩87
Dresden
(3-4-1-2)
1 K. Broll
21 Mr Solbauer
4 T. Knipping (VS)
15 C.Lowe
11 A. Diawusie ↪74
3 M.Akoto
28 P.Will ↪21
2 G. Giorbelidze
ten P. Weihrauch
35 R. Königsdörffer ↪74
33 C. Daferner ↪90
Bench
22 A. Mitryushkin
7 P.Vlachodimos ↩74
25 B.Borello
27 V.Drchal ↩90
16 R. Becker ↩74
5 Y. Stark ↩21
17 Mr. Schröter
30 J.Kade
37 O. Meier
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Job as research associate / doctoral student at TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT DRESDEN (TU DRESDEN) https://in-dresden.info/job-as-research-associate-doctoral-student-at-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ Mon, 09 May 2022 09:17:49 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/job-as-research-associate-doctoral-student-at-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ the Research training groupp (RTG) 2767 “Supracolloidal structures: from materials to optical and electronic devices” from TU Dresden, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), offers a post of Associate Researcher / PhD Student (m/f/x)(subject to personal qualifications, employees are paid according to salary group E 13 TV-L) departure as soon as possible, initially limited to […]]]>

the Research training groupp (RTG) 2767 “Supracolloidal structures: from materials to optical and electronic devices” from TU Dresden, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), offers a post of

Associate Researcher / PhD Student (m/f/x)
(subject to personal qualifications, employees are paid according to salary group E 13 TV-L)

departure as soon as possible, initially limited to 3 years, with possibility of extension. The duration of employment is regulated by the law on fixed-term research contracts (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz-WissZeitVG). The position is aimed at obtaining an additional academic qualification (e.g. PhD).

Position: RTG2767-A6
Researchers: Dr. Bernd Rellinghaus / Prof. Dr. Andreas Fery
Terms: 75% of full-time weekly hours
Tasks: In situ and in operando characterization of functional self-assembled nanostructures
Requirements: Excellent university degree (MSc or diploma) in physics, materials science or chemistry; Experience in experimental transmission electron microscopy. Complementary experiences in the treatment of nanostructured or nanoparticulate materials are appreciated.

Description of the doctoral task
The project aims to understand and control self-assembly processes during the growth and assembly of nanoscopic functional elements using in situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Here, DNA-mediated assembly of nanomaterials and novel nano-actuators based on Au nanorods attached to DNA origami will be directly observed by liquid-phase electron microscopy to identify and optimize the kinetic parameters that govern assembly processes. Additionally, the electrically biased switching of the nano-actuators is provided to be monitored operando in the microscope. Since collateral beam damage is unavoidable in in situ TEM, low dose strategies should be developed and ex situ control experiments using high resolution analytical TEM should be conducted to quantify and minimize these beam-induced artifacts. beam.

About RTG
RTG 2767 aims to train a new generation of experts who will design materials made of supracolloidal structures from the drawing board to application in components. Nanoparticles are used today in many optical and electronic components. Supracolloidal structures are complex superstructures made up of different nanoparticles, similar to the way atoms are bonded to molecules. The result is innovative and exceptionally promising optical and electronic properties that go far beyond those of the individual building blocks. To date, these structure-property relationships of the assembled particles are not sufficiently understood. Technological visions of these new materials include new solar cells, field amplification for highly sensitive spectroscopy, biosensing applications where complex detection processes are simplified, and even on-site sample examination at the smartphone help. In order to realize the technical complexity of the training, many institutions are connected within the close network 2767 of the RTG, including various groups from the TU Dresden, the Universität Leipzig, the TU Dresden Research Cluster cfaed and the Dresden Center for Nanoanalysis as well as the Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V., the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden – Rossendorf e. V. and the Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik Meinsberg eV

Terms

  • above-average university degree obtained in a short period of study,
  • willingness and ability to think beyond the boundaries of your field, to act in an international and diverse environment and to experience open and constructive communication,
  • strong analytical and problem-solving skills, creativity,

o an independent working attitude, focused on objectives and solutions,
o Fluency in English, knowledge of German would be a plus.

What we offer
You will join an enthusiastic and ambitious research training group, where you can take your project forward and benefit from inspiring interactions with like-minded researchers. The RTG offers a structured training program with technical and soft skills courses, research stays abroad as well as contacts with industry. It offers the possibility of completing a doctoral thesis. The working language of our international teams is English.

For all informal enquiries, please contact Dr. Bernd Rellinghaus (bernd.rellinghaus@tu-dresden.de,
+49-351-463-32189) or Kristin Schmidt (kristin.schmidt@tu-dresden.de, +49 351 463-43703).

Applications from women are particularly welcome. The same goes for people with disabilities.

Your application (in English only) should include: a letter of motivation, your CV with list of publications, a copy of the diploma and a transcript of records (i.e. the official list of courses, including your grades) . Please also include a link to your master’s or diploma thesis. Complete applications should be submitted preferably via the TU Dresden SecureMail portal https://securemail.tu-dresden.de by sending it as a single pdf document quoting the reference number RTG2767-A6 in the subject header to recruit.cfaed@tu-dresden.de or by mail to: TU Dresden, cfaed, z. HD. Frau Kristin Schmidt, Helmholtzstr. 10, 01069 Dresden, Germany. The closing date for applications is June 8, 2022 (the arrival date stamped from the university’s central mail service applies). Please submit copies only, as your application will not be returned to you. Costs incurred to attend interviews cannot be reimbursed.

Reference to data protection: Your data protection rights, the purpose for which your data will be processed, as well as further data protection information can be found on the website: https://tu-dresden.de/karriere/datenschutzhinweis.

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Dresden Church Returns to Empty Church Ground for Easter Tradition | News https://in-dresden.info/dresden-church-returns-to-empty-church-ground-for-easter-tradition-news/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 06:22:02 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/dresden-church-returns-to-empty-church-ground-for-easter-tradition-news/ DRESDEN, TN — As the sun rose in Dresden, Tennessee, on Easter morning, the hopes of members of the Dresden Cumberland Presbyterian Church also rose. The church was recently demolished after the December 10 tornadoes. The morning is colder and wetter than expected, but members of Dresden Cumberland Presbyterian Church still turn up for the […]]]>

DRESDEN, TN — As the sun rose in Dresden, Tennessee, on Easter morning, the hopes of members of the Dresden Cumberland Presbyterian Church also rose.

The church was recently demolished after the December 10 tornadoes.






The morning is colder and wetter than expected, but members of Dresden Cumberland Presbyterian Church still turn up for the annual Easter sunrise service which has been a tradition for years.

Mark Maddox, acting pastor, says it looks a little different this year.

“We may have more instruments or more songs, but no less spirit than what was here today. It was actually a really good day for us,” Maddox says.

And the day is filled with mixed emotions.







EMOTION

“There’s a certain sense of sadness, but more than anything else, joy at the resurrection of our lord, plus the anticipation of what’s going to happen here once this building is rebuilt,” says Maddox.

The Easter message was particularly relevant.

Maddox described the service as a source of renewal.

“I think, if anything, it boosted our hope. It renewed our sense that this is the place God wants us to serve,” Maddox says.







ANTHEM

And the reconstruction is already underway.

“We have a builder, let me put it that way. And I think some of the older members already have a plan since one of them went to draw a plan on Sunday after Friday’s tornado,” Maddox said.

Construction is expected to begin within the next 30 days.

They don’t when it’s scheduled to be completed.







CROSS

Dresden Cumberland Presbyterian is currently serving at Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church along the Paris Autoroute.

They say the services there were wonderful, but they are looking forward to returning to their home church.

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Associate researcher / postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Construction Informatics job with TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT DRESDEN (TU DRESDEN) https://in-dresden.info/associate-researcher-postdoctoral-fellow-institute-of-construction-informatics-job-with-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ Mon, 11 Apr 2022 01:12:32 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/associate-researcher-postdoctoral-fellow-institute-of-construction-informatics-job-with-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ To TU Dresden, Faculty of Civil Engineering, the Institute of Construction Informatics offers a project position as Research Associate / Postdoc (m/f/x) (subject to personal qualification, employees are paid according to salary group E 14 TV-L) departure as soon as possible. The position is limited until November 30, 2024. The period of employment is governed […]]]>

To TU Dresden, Faculty of Civil Engineering, the Institute of Construction Informatics offers a project position as Research Associate / Postdoc (m/f/x)

(subject to personal qualification, employees are paid according to salary group E 14 TV-L)

departure as soon as possible. The position is limited until November 30, 2024. The period of employment is governed by Article 2 (2) of the Fixed-Term Research Contracts Act (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz – WissZeitVG).

Tasks: management of sub-projects and treatment of interdisciplinary research topics; the focus is on the use of machine learning and artificial intelligence methods to control processes in the construction industry (construction sites, facility management, robotics).

Requirements: University degree and doctorate in the fields of computer science, electrical engineering, civil engineering or architecture; at least three years of professional experience; proven knowledge and expertise in at least one of the following areas: advanced building automation, machine learning, artificial intelligence. Additional knowledge and skills in the field of data analysis tools and database management systems (ORACLE preferred) are advantageous.

For inquiries please. contact: Prof. Menzel (e-mail: bauinformatik@tu-dresden.de | tel: +49 351 463 42539).

Applications from women are particularly welcome. The same goes for people with disabilities.

Please submit your complete file accompanied by the usual documents until May 2, 2022 (the stamped arrival date of the university’s central mail service applies) via the TU Dresden SecureMail portal https://securemail.tu-dresden.de by sending it as a single pdf document to bauinformatik@tu-dresden.de or for: TU Dresden, Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen, Institut für Bauinformatik, Herrn Prof. K. Menzel, Helmholtzstr. 10, 01069 Dresden, Germany. Please send only copies, as your application will not be returned to you. Costs incurred to attend interviews cannot be reimbursed.

Reference to data protection: Your data protection rights, the purpose for which your data will be processed, as well as further information on data protection can be found on the website: https://tu-dresden.de/karriere/datenschutzhinweis.

Please find the German version under:

https://tu-dresden.de/stellenausschreibung/9308

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Associate researcher / postdoc in smart microscopy at TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT DRESDEN (TU DRESDEN) https://in-dresden.info/associate-researcher-postdoc-in-smart-microscopy-at-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ Sun, 10 Apr 2022 23:26:01 +0000 https://in-dresden.info/associate-researcher-postdoc-in-smart-microscopy-at-technische-universitat-dresden-tu-dresden/ To TU Dresden, the Pole of Excellence “Life Physics” (PoL) offers a position shared between the Junior research groups for the dynamics of biomolecules (Dr. Marcus Jahnel) and Bio-image data science (Dr. Robert Haase), as Associate Researcher / Postdoctoral Fellow in Intelligent Microscopy (m/f/x) “Smart optical tweezers to probe biomolecular condensates” (Subject to personal qualification, […]]]>

To TU Dresden, the Pole of Excellence “Life Physics” (PoL) offers a position shared between the Junior research groups for the dynamics of biomolecules (Dr. Marcus Jahnel) and Bio-image data science (Dr. Robert Haase), as Associate Researcher / Postdoctoral Fellow in Intelligent Microscopy (m/f/x)

“Smart optical tweezers to probe biomolecular condensates”

(Subject to personal qualification, employees are paid according to salary group E 13 TV-L)

departure as soon as possible. The contract will be limited to 2 years with the possibility of extension. The duration of employment is regulated by the law on fixed-term research contracts (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz WissZeitVG). Reconciling family and career is an important issue. The position is generally suitable for candidates seeking part-time employment. Please indicate the request in your application.

The Cluster of Excellence PoL (https://physics-of-life.tu-dresden.de/en) is an interdisciplinary research center in biology, biophysics and computer science, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), and offers a wide range of support structures. You will be part of two junior research groups, Dynamics of Biomolecules and Bio-image data science, at PoL and work in a highly interdisciplinary environment. Our mission is to combine state-of-the-art single molecule experiments (optical tweezers), real-time image processing routines, control theory and deep learning algorithms to unravel systems biology and physics. phase-separated protein-RNA. You will work closely with experimenters studying biomolecular condensates and computer scientists developing new data science solutions. Projects are usually carried out in small interdisciplinary teams. Like all members of a team, you know how to work independently, take initiatives if necessary, be a team player and be comfortable leading a project team.

Tasks: Develop smart optical tweezers to probe biomolecular condensates: We aim to advance the systematic, high-throughput characterization of biomolecular condensate states by establishing a self-contained optical tweezer platform to study their material properties under various conditions. The quantitative comparison of many condensates will provide insight into protein-nucleic acid condensation phenomena and serve as a starting point for machine learning strategies to predict the behavior of unknown multicomponent systems. You will spearhead the development of an autonomous condensate characterization platform based on existing custom-made dual-trap optical tweezers. You will leverage existing software prototype and established open source software libraries to create intelligent standalone microscopy control software. The software you will develop will include a full feedback loop including microscope control, image acquisition, GPU-accelerated quantitative image analysis, machine learning, and logical reasoning to feed information back to the microscope control unit. You will also simulate acquisition scenarios to prove the robustness of the system. You will work closely with biologists and physicists to advance their large-scale data acquisition experiments by automating laborious routines using artificial intelligence. You will be responsible for research data management and you will have the opportunity to lead the data mining of the resource you and your colleagues will build during the experimental session.

Skills and formal requirements:

  • a university degree in computer science, mathematics, physics, biology, engineering or natural sciences
  • advanced programming experience in Python
  • Experience with OpenCL, CUDA, C++, Java or LabView is a plus.
  • Training or experience in robotics, control theory and feedback systems is a plus.
  • Proven work experience in data analysis, feature extraction, statistics, (un)supervised machine learning or reinforcement learning is a plus.
  • Experience working with optical tweezers or other single molecule methods and knowledge of corresponding data analysis tasks (especially time series analysis) is a plus.
  • Experience in domain-specific language (DSL) development is a plus.
  • Experience using version control systems such as GitHub or GitLab is required.
  • excellent communication and writing skills, proficiency in English (B2)
  • Experience in computational biology, molecular biology or biophysics is a plus.

If you have any questions regarding the position, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Marcus Jahnel (marcus.jahnel@tu-dresden.de) or Dr. Robert Haase (robert.haase@tu-dresden.de).

What we offer

Our teams embrace a diversity of disciplines and opinions, which we see as a driver of critical reflection and discovery. We foster a spirit of collaboration essential to making progress on difficult problems. We offer an international and interdisciplinary research environment of high standing and visibility with stimulating medium-term projects on various research topics. You will be part of the PoL community, the Dresden campus and our extensive international network. We offer the possibility to work at the interface of quantitative biology, biophysics, robotics and machine learning. There will be many opportunities to develop your academic or professional career, such as conferences, workshops and hackathons. We offer the opportunity to acquire teaching skills, project management skills and team leadership skills, for example, through our Graduate Academy (https://tu-dresden.de/ga). According to the state tariff for civil servants (TV-L), the conditions of employment include a comprehensive package of benefits and compensation. Reconciling family and career is essential for us. We offer flexible, family-friendly working hours and childcare through partnerships with nearby nurseries.

Applications from women are particularly welcome. The same goes for people with disabilities.

We strongly encourage all genders to apply. A disabled person will be favored among candidates of equal aptitude and qualification. Please submit your complete applications with a cover letter, your CV, a list of your publications, open-source projects, or both, and a copy of the certificate of your highest university degree by May 17, 2022 (the stamped arrival date applies) preferably by e-mail in a single PDF document via the SecureMail portal of the TU Dresden, https://securemail.tu-dresden.de at yasmin.guenterberg@tu-dresden.de with the subject “PostDoc TweeBot: intelligent optical tweezers” or by mail to: TU Dresden, Exzellenzcluster “Physik des Lebens”, zH Herrn Dr. Marcus Jahnel, Arnoldstrasse 18, 01307 Dresden. Please submit copies only, as your application will not be returned to you. Costs incurred to attend interviews cannot be reimbursed.

Reference to data protection: Your data protection rights, the purpose for which your data will be processed, as well as further data protection information can be found on the website: https://tu-dresden.de/karriere/datenschutzhinweis

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