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Veranstaltungstermine im Zeitraum vom 13.11.2019 bis 11.5.2020:


Mittwoch, 13.11.2019

Workshop - Nachhaltigkeitstage an der FAU

Veranstalter: Reck, Regina (Hochschulgruppe sneep e.V. Erlangen)

10:00 - 12:00 Uhr; SR 02.729 - Seminarraum der Theoretischen Physik III, Staudtstraße 7, 91058 Erlangen

Workshop Nachhaltigkeitstage

Kontakt: Gercke, Martina
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Thiemann)
Telefon 09131/85-28472, E-Mail: martina.gercke@fau.de


Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Gastvortrag:Die letzte Generation des deutschen Rabbinats: Emigrierte deutsche Rabbiner in den USA nach 1933

Veranstalter: LS für Bayerische und Fränkische Landesgeschichte

18:00 - 20:00 Uhr

Vortragende: Prof. Dr. Cornelia Wilhelm (LMU München) Titel des Vortrags: Die letzte Generation des deutschen Rabbinats: Emigrierte deutsche Rabbiner in den USA nach 1933 Termin: 13.11.2019, 18 Uhr, Raum A401

Kontakt: Opielka, Anita
Lehrstuhl für Bayerische und Fränkische Landesgeschichte
Telefon 09131/8522367, Fax 09131/8526181, E-Mail: anita.opielka@fau.de


Donnerstag, 14.11.2019

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

10:00 - 19:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Workshop - Nachhaltigkeitstage an der FAU

Veranstalter: Reck, Regina (Hochschulgruppe sneep e.V. Erlangen)

10:00 - 12:00 Uhr; SR 02.729 - Seminarraum der Theoretischen Physik III, Staudtstraße 7, 91058 Erlangen

Workshop Nachhaltigkeitstage

Kontakt: Gercke, Martina
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Thiemann)
Telefon 09131/85-28472, E-Mail: martina.gercke@fau.de


Workshop - Nachhaltigkeitstage an der FAU

Veranstalter: Reck, Regina (Hochschulgruppe sneep e.V. Erlangen)

10:00 - 12:00 Uhr; SR 02.779 - Seminarraum der Theoretischen Physik II, Staudtstraße 7, 91058 Erlangen

Workshop Nachhaltigkeitstage

Kontakt: Graupner, Ulrike
Geschäftsstelle des Departments Physik
Telefon +49 9131 85-28436, Fax +49 9131 85-25401, E-Mail: Ulrike.Graupner@fau.de


BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


Workshop - Nachhaltigkeitstage an der FAU

Veranstalter: Reck, Regina (Hochschulgruppe sneep e.V. Erlangen)

14:00 - 16:00 Uhr; SR 02.729 - Seminarraum der Theoretischen Physik III, Staudtstraße 7, 91058 Erlangen

Workshop Nachhaltigkeitstage

Kontakt: Gercke, Martina
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Thiemann)
Telefon 09131/85-28472, E-Mail: martina.gercke@fau.de


"Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Hadil Lababidi

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Hörsaalkino

Veranstalter: FSI Mathe/Physik

ab 18:00 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Graupner, Ulrike
Geschäftsstelle des Departments Physik
Telefon +49 9131 85-28436, Fax +49 9131 85-25401, E-Mail: Ulrike.Graupner@fau.de


Vortragsveranstaltung der Klassischen Archäologie

Veranstalter: Institut für Klassische Archäologie

18:00 - 21:00 Uhr; KH 1.016 - Hörsaal Kollegienhaus, Universitätsstraße 15, 91054 Erlangen

Herrn Dr. Wolfgang Filser (Humboldt-Universität Berlin) hält einen Vortrg zum Thema: „In Athenas Spiegel. Naturkonzepte in der hellenistisch-römischen Bildkunst und Architektur“

Kontakt: Grüner, Andreas
Lehrstuhl für Klassische Archäologie
Telefon 09131 85 22393, E-Mail: andreas.gruener@fau.de


Freitag, 15.11.2019

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger, Laura

9:00 - 18:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Samstag, 16.11.2019

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

8:30 - 17:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Dienstag, 19.11.2019

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Mittwoch, 20.11.2019

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Vortrag Seward Rutkove

Veranstalter: Friedrich, Oliver

15:30 - 20:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Lappert, Heike
Lehrstuhl für Biophysik (Prof. Dr. Fabry)
Telefon +49 9131 85-25600, Fax +49 9131 85-25601, E-Mail: heike.lappert@fau.de


Donnerstag, 21.11.2019

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


"Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Hadil Lababidi

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Hörsaalquiz

Veranstalter: FSI Physik

19:30 - 23:59 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Graupner, Ulrike
Geschäftsstelle des Departments Physik
Telefon +49 9131 85-28436, Fax +49 9131 85-25401, E-Mail: Ulrike.Graupner@fau.de


Dienstag, 26.11.2019

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


UPhUF

Veranstalter: Department Physik

13:00 - 18:00 Uhr; HE - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Winter, Michael
Departmentversammlung
E-Mail: michael.w.winter@fau.de


Mittwoch, 27.11.2019

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Seminar Virtual Learning

Veranstalter: Friedrich, Oliver

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Lappert, Heike
Lehrstuhl für Biophysik (Prof. Dr. Fabry)
Telefon +49 9131 85-25600, Fax +49 9131 85-25601, E-Mail: heike.lappert@fau.de


Donnerstag, 28.11.2019

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


Sitzung der Departmentleitung

Veranstalter: Wilms

13:30 - 16:30 Uhr; 308 TL - Raum 308 im Tandemlabor, Erwin-Rommel-Straße 1, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Graupner, Ulrike
Geschäftsstelle des Departments Physik
Telefon +49 9131 85-28436, Fax +49 9131 85-25401, E-Mail: Ulrike.Graupner@fau.de


"Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Muhammed Ahmed

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Vortrag mit anschließender Mitgliederversammlung im Rahmen der Physikalisch-Medizinischen Sozietät Erlangen.

Veranstalter: Kubik

17:15 - 19:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Kubik, Christine
Lehrstuhl für Mikrobiologie und Infektionsimmunologie (Prof. Dr. Bogdan)
Telefon +49-(0)9131-85-22281, -22552, Fax +49-(0)9131-85-22573, E-Mail: Christine.Kubik@uk-erlangen.de


Vortragsveranstaltung der Klassischen Archäologie

Veranstalter: Institut für Klassische Archäologie

18:00 - 21:00 Uhr; KH 1.016 - Hörsaal Kollegienhaus, Universitätsstraße 15, 91054 Erlangen

Frau Dr. Sabine Neumann (Philipps-Univeristät Marburg)hält einen Vortrag zum Thema: „Integration nichtgriechischer Götter – Der Kult der Isis in Athen“

Kontakt: Grüner, Andreas
Lehrstuhl für Klassische Archäologie
Telefon 09131 85 22393, E-Mail: andreas.gruener@fau.de


Dienstag, 3.12.2019

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


UPhUF

Veranstalter: Department Physik

13:00 - 18:00 Uhr; HE - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Winter, Michael
Departmentversammlung
E-Mail: michael.w.winter@fau.de


Mittwoch, 4.12.2019

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 5.12.2019

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


"Modernization of Islamic education in China" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Gang Li

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Samstag, 7.12.2019

Moderne Physik am Samstagmorgen: Wie können Kaiserpinguine in der Antarktis überleben?

Veranstalter: Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik

11:15 - 12:00 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Vortragender: Prof. Ben Fabry

Kontakt: Marquardt, Florian
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Marquardt)
Telefon +49 9131 7133 400, E-Mail: florian.marquardt@mpl.mpg.de


Dienstag, 10.12.2019

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


UPhUF

Veranstalter: Department Physik

13:00 - 18:00 Uhr; HE - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Winter, Michael
Departmentversammlung
E-Mail: michael.w.winter@fau.de


Mittwoch, 11.12.2019

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 12.12.2019

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

10:00 - 19:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


"History of Muslim-Christian Relations" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Maha El Kaisy-Friemuth

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Winckelmannvortrag des Instituts für Klassische Archäologie

Veranstalter: Institut für Klassische Archäologie

18:00 - 21:00 Uhr; Wassersaal - Orangerie - #!#Belegungen ausschließlich durch die Zentrale Raumverwaltung / Raumplan wird nicht aktualisiert !!! !!! #!#, Schlossgarten 1, 91054 Erlangen

Zu Ehren des deutschen Archäologen Johann Joachim von Winckelmann hält Herr Prof. Dr. Tonio Hölscher (Universität Heidelberg) einen Vortrag mit dem Thema: „Der Taucher von Paestum: Das Meer als liminaler Raum der griechischen Jugend.“

Kontakt: Grüner, Andreas
Lehrstuhl für Klassische Archäologie
Telefon 09131 85 22393, E-Mail: andreas.gruener@fau.de


Freitag, 13.12.2019

Fachtagung "God´s Justice and Animal Welfare"

Veranstalter: PD Dr. Abbas Poya

8:00 - 18:00 Uhr; 3.101, Nägelsbachstr.25, Nägelsbachstraße 25, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Schatzschneider, Isabel
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 85 20486, Fax 09131 85 26026, E-Mail: isabel.schatzschneider@fau.de


Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger, Laura

9:00 - 18:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Samstag, 14.12.2019

Fachtagung "God´s Justice and Animal Welfare"

Veranstalter: PD Dr. Abbas Poya

8:00 - 18:00 Uhr; 3.101, Nägelsbachstr.25, Nägelsbachstraße 25, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Schatzschneider, Isabel
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 85 20486, Fax 09131 85 26026, E-Mail: isabel.schatzschneider@fau.de


Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

8:30 - 17:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Dienstag, 17.12.2019

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


UPhUF

Veranstalter: Department Physik

13:00 - 18:00 Uhr; HE - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Winter, Michael
Departmentversammlung
E-Mail: michael.w.winter@fau.de


Hörsaalkino

Veranstalter: FSI Mathe/Physik

ab 18:00 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Graupner, Ulrike
Geschäftsstelle des Departments Physik
Telefon +49 9131 85-28436, Fax +49 9131 85-25401, E-Mail: Ulrike.Graupner@fau.de


Mittwoch, 18.12.2019

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 19.12.2019

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


"Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Ali Alemdar

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Dienstag, 24.12.2019

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Mittwoch, 25.12.2019

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 26.12.2019

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


Dienstag, 31.12.2019

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Mittwoch, 1.1.2020

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 2.1.2020

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


Dienstag, 7.1.2020

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Mittwoch, 8.1.2020

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 9.1.2020

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


Sitzung der Departmentleitung

Veranstalter: Wilms

13:30 - 16:30 Uhr; 308 TL - Raum 308 im Tandemlabor, Erwin-Rommel-Straße 1, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Graupner, Ulrike
Geschäftsstelle des Departments Physik
Telefon +49 9131 85-28436, Fax +49 9131 85-25401, E-Mail: Ulrike.Graupner@fau.de


"The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society" Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Ali Alemdar

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Vortragsveranstaltung der Klassischen Archäologie

Veranstalter: Institut für Klassische Archäologie

18:00 - 21:00 Uhr; KH 1.016 - Hörsaal Kollegienhaus, Universitätsstraße 15, 91054 Erlangen

Frau PD Dr. Birgit Bergmann (Universität Regensburg)hält einen Vortrag zum Thema: „Tropaia, Gräber und Weihgeschenke – Die Kommemoration militärischer Konflikte durch griechische Poleis bis zum Ende des Peloponnesischen Krieges.“

Kontakt: Grüner, Andreas
Lehrstuhl für Klassische Archäologie
Telefon 09131 85 22393, E-Mail: andreas.gruener@fau.de


Samstag, 11.1.2020

Moderne Physik am Samstagmorgen: eROSITA - auf der Suche nach der dunklen Energie

Veranstalter: Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik

11:15 - 12:00 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Vortragender: Prof. Jörn Wilms

Kontakt: Marquardt, Florian
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Marquardt)
Telefon +49 9131 7133 400, E-Mail: florian.marquardt@mpl.mpg.de


Dienstag, 14.1.2020

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Mittwoch, 15.1.2020

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 16.1.2020

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


"Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Mohammed Nekroumi

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Freitag, 17.1.2020

Physik in der Medizin

Veranstalter: Professor Nagel

8:30 - 12:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Nagel, Armin
Lehrstuhl für Medizinische Physik

Telefon 09131-85-25900, Fax 09131-85-22824, E-Mail: armin.nagel@uk-erlangen.de


Physik in der Medizin

Veranstalter: Professor Nagel

14:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Nagel, Armin
Lehrstuhl für Medizinische Physik

Telefon 09131-85-25900, Fax 09131-85-22824, E-Mail: armin.nagel@uk-erlangen.de


Dienstag, 21.1.2020

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Mittwoch, 22.1.2020

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 23.1.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

7:30 - 10:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

10:00 - 19:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


"Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss" - Lecturer Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Dr. Farid Suleiman

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Vortragsveranstaltung der Klassischen Archäologie

Veranstalter: Institut für Klassische Archäologie

18:00 - 21:00 Uhr; KH 1.016 - Hörsaal Kollegienhaus, Universitätsstraße 15, 91054 Erlangen

Herr Prof. Dr. Martin Langner (Georg-August Universität Göttingen) hält einen Vortrag zum Thema: "Computergestützte Maßvergleiche an antiker Skulptur"

Kontakt: Grüner, Andreas
Lehrstuhl für Klassische Archäologie
Telefon 09131 85 22393, E-Mail: andreas.gruener@fau.de


Freitag, 24.1.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

10:00 - 19:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Samstag, 25.1.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

8:30 - 17:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Moderne Physik am Samstagmorgen: Nanopartikel - Zwerge mit spannenden Eigenschaften

Veranstalter: Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik

11:15 - 12:00 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Vortragender: Prof. Reinhard Neder

Kontakt: Marquardt, Florian
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Marquardt)
Telefon +49 9131 7133 400, E-Mail: florian.marquardt@mpl.mpg.de


Dienstag, 28.1.2020

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Mittwoch, 29.1.2020

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 30.1.2020

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


"Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need?" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Tarek Badawia

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Dienstag, 4.2.2020

InnoLab

Veranstalter: Stöve, Maike

12:00 - 13:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Stöve, Maike
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 27890, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: maike.stoeve@fau.de


Complex Systems: critical phenomena, networks, evolutionary dynamics, reaction systems (CS1)

Veranstalter: Claus Metzner

14:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal Physiologie 2, Waldstraße 6, 91054 Erlangen

Kontakt: Lappert, Heike
Lehrstuhl für Biophysik (Prof. Dr. Fabry)
Telefon +49 9131 85-25600, Fax +49 9131 85-25601, E-Mail: heike.lappert@fau.de


Mittwoch, 5.2.2020

Vorlesung

Veranstalter: Digital Health

12:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Amft, Oliver
Lehrstuhl für Digital Health
Telefon +49 9131 85-23606, Fax +49 9131 85-23602, E-Mail: oliver.amft@fau.de


Donnerstag, 6.2.2020

BioSig-UE

Veranstalter: MaD-Lab

10:15 - 11:45 Uhr; 00.153-113 CIP - CIP-Pool Informatik (CIP3), Martensstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Küderle, Arne
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 14 (Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik)
Telefon +49 9131 85 20288, Fax +49 9131 85 28980, E-Mail: arne.kuederle@fau.de


Complex Systems: critical phenomena, networks, evolutionary dynamics, reaction systems (CS1)

Veranstalter: Claus Metzner

14:00 - 16:00 Uhr; Hörsaal Physiologie 2, Waldstraße 6, 91054 Erlangen

Kontakt: Lappert, Heike
Lehrstuhl für Biophysik (Prof. Dr. Fabry)
Telefon +49 9131 85-25600, Fax +49 9131 85-25601, E-Mail: heike.lappert@fau.de


"Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory" - Lecture Series: Islamic Thought and Modern Society (WS 2019/20). Lecturer: Dr. Eva Kepplinger

Veranstalter: Abbas Poya

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Lecture Series: "Islamic Thought and Modern Society" (WS 2019/20)
Time: Thursdays, 16 – 18 o'clock
Room 3.113, Nägelsbachstraße 25, Erlangen
Description: This course will deal with ethical, philosophical, educational, theological, and normative ideas that have been discussed in both contemporary and historical Islamic societies. In doing so, the course will pay special attention to the relevance of the topics for the current questions and debates. This interdisciplinary course is open to all students and is held in English. However, Erasmus students are in particular welcome to attend the seminar. In this course, all lecturers of DIRS will teach. This means each lesson is reserved for one of the lecturers and deals with a separate topic. In this way, the course includes different approaches and offers a variety of content. You will receive 5 ECTS points through regular participation in the lecture series and preparation of an essay at the end of the course.

List of Contributions
Abbas Poya: Human body in Qur’an and Sharia, 17.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Marriage, in the time of Islam and the contemporary time, 24.10.19
Mahshid Risseh: Divorce and different sorts and its relevant discussions, 31.10.19
Isabel Schatzschneider: Radicalised Muslims in Germany: A Criminal Law Response, 07.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics I, 14.11.19
Hadil Lababidi: Applied Islamic ethics – How modern medicine challenges Islamic ethics II, 21.11.19
Muhammed Ahmed: Many Faces of Salafiyya: Muslim reformist thought at the turn of the 20th century, 28.11.19
Gang Li: Modernization of Islamic education in China, 05.12.19
Maha El Kaisy-Ffriemuth: History of Muslim-Christian Relations, 12.12.19
Ali Alemdar: Historical development of the coran interpretation from the beginning of the revelation till today, 19.12.19
Ali Alemdar: The effects of modern coranic interpretation on today's German Society, 09.01.20
Mohammed Nekroumi: Contribution to the Coranic Conception of the Common Good. Hermeneutical Foundations, 16.01.20
Farid Suleiman: Happiness for Dummies. Al-Ghazali’s Kimiya-yi sa‘adat as a layman’s guide on how to attain the eternal bliss, 23.01.20
Tarek Badawia: Cultural and religious plurality as a challenge: What kind of religious education do we need? 30.01.20
Eva Kepplinger: Which ethical basis for today´s legal thinking? An analysis of Taha ´Abd ar-Rahman´s i´timaniyya-theory, 06.02.20

Kontakt: Poya, Abbas
Department Islamisch-Religiöse Studien (DIRS)
Telefon 09131 - 85 26012, Fax 09131 - 85 26026, E-Mail: abbas.poya@fau.de


Freitag, 7.2.2020

Ling BM 1, Termin 1, WS 2019/20

Veranstalter: LS für Germ. Sprachwissenschaft

8:15 - 9:45 Uhr; Audimax - Auditorium Maximum, Bismarckstraße 1, 91054 Erlangen; 1.041 - großer Hörsaal (310), Regensburger Straße 160, 90478 Nürnberg

Klausurzeit 8:30-9:30 Uhr

Kontakt: Ganslmayer, Christine
Lehrstuhl für Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft
Telefon 09131 85-22912, Fax 09131 85-22124, E-Mail: christine.ganslmayer@fau.de


Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

9:00 - 18:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Ling AM „Syntax“, Termin 1, WS 2019/20

Veranstalter: LS für Germ. Sprachwissenschaft

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr; 1.132 - Aula (780), Regensburger Straße 160, 90478 Nürnberg; Kl. Hörsaal, Bismarckstraße 1a, 91054 Erlangen

Klausurzeit: 16.15-17:45 Uhr

Kontakt: Ganslmayer, Christine
Lehrstuhl für Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft
Telefon 09131 85-22912, Fax 09131 85-22124, E-Mail: christine.ganslmayer@fau.de


Samstag, 8.2.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

9:00 - 18:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Moderne Physik am Samstagmorgen: Hypersound und Lichteffekte - feinste Akustik für die Optik

Veranstalter: Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik

11:15 - 12:00 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Vortragende: Dr. Birgit Stiller

Kontakt: Marquardt, Florian
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Marquardt)
Telefon +49 9131 7133 400, E-Mail: florian.marquardt@mpl.mpg.de


Dienstag, 11.2.2020

Klausur Biophysik / Biomechanik

Veranstalter: Fabry

14:00 - 18:00 Uhr; Hörsaal ZMPT - 01.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen

Kontakt: Fabry, Ben
Lehrstuhl für Biophysik (Prof. Dr. Fabry)
Telefon +49 9131 85-25610, Fax +49 9131 85-25601, E-Mail: bfabry@biomed.uni-erlangen.de


Dienstag, 25.2.2020

Klausur TP-2, TPL-4

Veranstalter: Thomas Thiemann

12:00 - 14:30 Uhr; HH - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Einlass 12:00, Anfang 12:15, Ende 14:15 bzw 13:45 (BA bzw LAG) Einsicht: Do, 27.02.2019, 12:00-14:00, HH

Kontakt: Thiemann, Thomas
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Thiemann)
Telefon +49 9131 85-28471, E-Mail: thomas.thiemann@gravity.fau.de


Donnerstag, 27.2.2020

Klausureinsicht TP-2, TPL-4

Veranstalter: Thomas Thiemann

12:00 - 14:00 Uhr; HH - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Nachklausur: 21.04.20, 16:00-18:00, HG

Kontakt: Thiemann, Thomas
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Thiemann)
Telefon +49 9131 85-28471, E-Mail: thomas.thiemann@gravity.fau.de


Donnerstag, 12.3.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger, Laura

7:30 - 18:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Freitag, 13.3.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

9:00 - 18:30 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Samstag, 14.3.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

8:30 - 18:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Samstag, 21.3.2020

Berufsbegleitender Masterstudiengang "Organisations- und Personalentwicklung"

Veranstalter: Leibinger

8:30 - 16:00 Uhr; Seminarraum ZMPT - 00.020, Henkestraße 91, 91052 Erlangen


Montag, 6.4.2020

Nachhol-Wiederholungsklausur WS19/20: NDL BM1 und LitG AM GS/MS

Veranstalter: Department Germanistik und Komparatistik

10:00 - 11:00 Uhr; Kl. Hörsaal, Bismarckstraße 1a, 91054 Erlangen

Kontakt: Böhm, Eveline
Department Germanistik und Komparatistik
Telefon 09131/85-22057, Fax 09131/85-29323, E-Mail: ger-info@fau.de


Mittwoch, 8.4.2020

Nachhol-/Wiederholungsklausur WS 19/20: Med BM1 LAG / Med BM2 LAFN

Veranstalter: Department Germanistik und Komparatistik

10:00 - 11:00 Uhr; Kl. Hörsaal, Bismarckstraße 1a, 91054 Erlangen

Kontakt: Böhm, Eveline
Department Germanistik und Komparatistik
Telefon 09131/85-22057, Fax 09131/85-29323, E-Mail: ger-info@fau.de


Donnerstag, 9.4.2020

Nachhol-/Wiederholungsklausur WS 19/20: Ling 1

Veranstalter: Department Germanistik und Komparatistik

8:45 - 10:15 Uhr; Kl. Hörsaal, Bismarckstraße 1a, 91054 Erlangen

Kontakt: Böhm, Eveline
Department Germanistik und Komparatistik
Telefon 09131/85-22057, Fax 09131/85-29323, E-Mail: ger-info@fau.de


Nachhol-/Wiederholungsklausur WS 19/20: Ling AM und Ling 3

Veranstalter: Department Germanistik und Komparatistik

10:15 - 12:15 Uhr; Kl. Hörsaal, Bismarckstraße 1a, 91054 Erlangen

Kontakt: Böhm, Eveline
Department Germanistik und Komparatistik
Telefon 09131/85-22057, Fax 09131/85-29323, E-Mail: ger-info@fau.de


Mittwoch, 15.4.2020

International Conference on the Hermeneutics of Quranic Norm Change

Veranstalter: Prof. Dr. Mohammed Nekroumi

9:00 - 19:00 Uhr; 3.101, Nägelsbachstr.25, Nägelsbachstraße 25, 91052 Erlangen

International Conference on the Hermeneutics of Quranic Norm Change
Host: Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg April 15th-16th, 2020

In Muslim communities, there is a consensus that the Quran is the central source of Islam. However, this agreement generally ends with questions as to the nature of the Quran and questions of access to meaning within the text. A diverse and multi-faceted tradition of interpretation has therefore developed against backgrounds of constantly changing socio-political circumstances. Based on the conviction that faith-based Islamic theology in Germany has the responsibility to explore this interpretative tradition, and to adapt it in a way that acknowledges the living realities for Muslims in the West (esp. Germany), we would like to stimulate this process further by organizing a conference that addresses the hermeneutics of the normative dimension of the Quran. The conference is structured around the three following themes that seem to be of particular relevance for today: 1) The nature of human being in the Quran 2) The individual and the community (within Islam) 3) Living together in ideologically pluralistic societies
We will not focus on specified precepts or the legal discourses behind them, but rather on how these topics have been negotiated in the fields of (pre-)classical and modern Tafsîr. The following are some questions that can be addressed by those who contribute with a paper to the conference: What is the relationship between preconceived norms (e.g., epistemological, conceptual, or sociopolitical) and the interpretation of the Quran, and how do the two affect each other? Which hermeneutical strategies are used? Which verses have been chosen [by who] as relevant, and why have others been neglected? How are tensions between historicity and validity in Quranic verses negotiated? What insights can be derived from this for Islamic theology in general and for contemporary Quranic exegeses in particular? The conference organizers invite everyone interested in Islamic theology or related disciplines to participate with papers that are thematically aligned with the conference’s three aforementioned central topics. We kindly ask that you send us abstracts of your planned paper (max. 300 words) no later than September 15th, 2019 to the following addresses:
Dr. Farid Suleiman (farid.suleiman@fau.de) and Hadil Lababidi, M.A. (hadil.lababidi@fau.de).

For more information, please contact Dr. Farid Suleiman (farid.suleiman@fau.de).
The Conference will take place within the AIWG’s Long-term Research Group “Normativitität des Korans im Zeichen gesellschaftlichen Wandels”. The Academy for Islam in Research and Society (AIWG) is a university platform for carrying out research and debates on Islamic-theological and social issues. It facilitates nationwide projects and exchange among researchers in Islamic-Theological Studies, in related disciplines and with different players in civil society, including Muslim communities. The AIWG is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Stiftung Mercator.

Kontakt: Lababidi, Hadil
Lehrstuhl für Islamisch-Religiöse Studien mit Schwerpunkt Textwissenschaft und Normenlehre (Prof. Dr. Nekroumi)
Telefon 20484, Fax 09131 85 26361, E-Mail: hadil.lababidi@fau.de


Donnerstag, 16.4.2020

International Conference on the Hermeneutics of Quranic Norm Change

Veranstalter: Prof. Dr. Mohammed Nekroumi

9:00 - 19:00 Uhr; 3.101, Nägelsbachstr.25, Nägelsbachstraße 25, 91052 Erlangen

International Conference on the Hermeneutics of Quranic Norm Change
Host: Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg April 15th-16th, 2020

In Muslim communities, there is a consensus that the Quran is the central source of Islam. However, this agreement generally ends with questions as to the nature of the Quran and questions of access to meaning within the text. A diverse and multi-faceted tradition of interpretation has therefore developed against backgrounds of constantly changing socio-political circumstances. Based on the conviction that faith-based Islamic theology in Germany has the responsibility to explore this interpretative tradition, and to adapt it in a way that acknowledges the living realities for Muslims in the West (esp. Germany), we would like to stimulate this process further by organizing a conference that addresses the hermeneutics of the normative dimension of the Quran. The conference is structured around the three following themes that seem to be of particular relevance for today: 1) The nature of human being in the Quran 2) The individual and the community (within Islam) 3) Living together in ideologically pluralistic societies
We will not focus on specified precepts or the legal discourses behind them, but rather on how these topics have been negotiated in the fields of (pre-)classical and modern Tafsîr. The following are some questions that can be addressed by those who contribute with a paper to the conference: What is the relationship between preconceived norms (e.g., epistemological, conceptual, or sociopolitical) and the interpretation of the Quran, and how do the two affect each other? Which hermeneutical strategies are used? Which verses have been chosen [by who] as relevant, and why have others been neglected? How are tensions between historicity and validity in Quranic verses negotiated? What insights can be derived from this for Islamic theology in general and for contemporary Quranic exegeses in particular? The conference organizers invite everyone interested in Islamic theology or related disciplines to participate with papers that are thematically aligned with the conference’s three aforementioned central topics. We kindly ask that you send us abstracts of your planned paper (max. 300 words) no later than September 15th, 2019 to the following addresses:
Dr. Farid Suleiman (farid.suleiman@fau.de) and Hadil Lababidi, M.A. (hadil.lababidi@fau.de).
For more information, please contact Dr. Farid Suleiman (farid.suleiman@fau.de).
The Conference will take place within the AIWG’s Long-term Research Group “Normativitität des Korans im Zeichen gesellschaftlichen Wandels”. The Academy for Islam in Research and Society (AIWG) is a university platform for carrying out research and debates on Islamic-theological and social issues. It facilitates nationwide projects and exchange among researchers in Islamic-Theological Studies, in related disciplines and with different players in civil society, including Muslim communities. The AIWG is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Stiftung Mercator.

Kontakt: Lababidi, Hadil
Lehrstuhl für Islamisch-Religiöse Studien mit Schwerpunkt Textwissenschaft und Normenlehre (Prof. Dr. Nekroumi)
Telefon 20484, Fax 09131 85 26361, E-Mail: hadil.lababidi@fau.de


Dienstag, 21.4.2020

Nachklausur TP-2, TPL-4

Veranstalter: Thomas Thiemann

16:00 - 18:30 Uhr; HG - Hörsaal Physikum, Staudtstraße 5, 91058 Erlangen

Einlass 16:00, Anfang 16:15, Ende 18:15 bzw 17:45 (BA bzw LAG) Klausureinsicht: Mi, 22.04.2019, 16:00-18:00, SR 01.683

Kontakt: Thiemann, Thomas
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Thiemann)
Telefon +49 9131 85-28471, E-Mail: thomas.thiemann@gravity.fau.de


Mittwoch, 22.4.2020

Nachklausureinsicht TP-2, TPL-4

Veranstalter: Thomas Thiemann

16:00 - 18:00 Uhr; SR 01.683 - Seminarraum der Theoretischen Physik I, Staudtstraße 7, 91058 Erlangen

Kontakt: Thiemann, Thomas
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik (Prof. Dr. Thiemann)
Telefon +49 9131 85-28471, E-Mail: thomas.thiemann@gravity.fau.de

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