Long evening of science at Ulm University
TechNight showcases the diversity of engineering sciences

Ulm University

Take a breath of campus air and experience science up close, be part of an experiment and find out about research results: On the Long Evening of Science on Friday, 21 June (16:00 – 20:00), Ulm University offers a diverse programme from all departments. The TechNight focusses on engineering sciences. Admission is free!

Visitors to the Long Evening of Science at Ulm University can look forward to an extensive programme from all disciplines and research areas, from medicine to economics. Lectures, demonstrations and hands-on activities are suitable for children, young people and the whole family. Almost 90 programme items invite you to explore Ulm University.

As part of TechNight, there will be a special focus on engineering sciences. At the information stand of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, guests can build a small circuit to display their own heartbeat. Using an autonomous test vehicle from the Institute of Measurement, Control and Microtechnology, visitors can find out how sensors work and how they map the driving environment. And in the "Sky Circuit Challenge", visitors can navigate a drone through a course with tunnels, obstacles and loops.

Visitors of all ages can find out about medical training at Ulm University in the TTU training hospital, and the greenhouses in the Botanical Garden are open for guided tours. The Studierendenwerk Ulm will be providing refreshments at various locations. The event will take place whatever the weather. Admission to the Long Evening of Science is free!

Long Evening of Science
Friday, 21 June
16:00 – 20:00
Ulm University

Programme and maps: (German only!)


Text and media contact: Daniela Stang


[Translate to English:] Forschende präsentieren Drohne an einem Infostand
As part of the TechNight at the Long Evening of Science at Ulm University, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology researchers present drones for climate research and personal rescue (Archive photo: Elvira Eberhardt)