Team in Florence is responsible for Work Packages "Content Analysis" + "Dissemination and Communication" and consists of one professor and one postdoctoral researcher. Listen Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Trenz E-mail hansjorg.trenz -PleaseRemoveIncludingDashes- @ sns.it Show details
further reading Belting, Hans (2008): Florenz und Bagdad. Eine westöstliche Geschichte des Blicks . München: Beck. Reading Stone Listen branch of study: optics inventor: west european monks as accounted by Ibn Al Haitham, around 1240 A Reading Stone is a thick plano-convex lens and can be considered to be the prototype of modern magnifying glasses. It was and still is put to use to magnify minute writings.
Literature Matthiesen, Hans-Lorenz: Eine hydrostatische Waage. In DrechselMagazin 32 (2015), 22-23 Hydrostatic Balance on the model of 's Gravesande Listen Branch of study: hydrostatics Inventor: Willem Jacob 'sGravesande, 1737 This device is used to determine the density of liquids. To do so the two cups below the scale pans are filled with different liquids. Attached to the bottom side of the scale pans are weights which then are submerged into the respective liquids. A difference in the liquids’ densities
and the German/Danish border region. As chairperson of the Dr.-Hans-Adolf-Rossen prize awarding committee, iniated by the Pressestiftung Flensburg, Prof. Dr. Susanne Royer advocates the visibility of excellent theses from Flensburg's universities. Since 2009, the Dr.-Hans-Adolf-Rossen Award honors excellent research theses in the areas of business and technology from the University of Flensburg
publication . Read article. 2007 Europa-Förderpreis 2006, awarded to Ulrich Glassmann for a dissertation by the President of the European Parliament, Prof. Hans-Gert Pöttering. Read book
, pp. 312-5. (with Hans Bernhard Schmid) Kollektive Intentionalität – Eine Debatte über die Grundlagen des Sozialen . Frankfurt: Suhrkamp 2009. [Collective Intentionality – A Debate [...] Ontology , since 2015 published by DeGruyter and Open Access ; Co-Editors: Hans Bernhard Schmid (Vienna), Mari Mikkola (Berlin), Frank Hindriks (Groningen), Arto Laitinen (Tampere), Heikki Ikäheimo [...] Century Philosophy , New York: Routledge 2010, pp. 769‐805. (with Hans Bernhard Schmid) "Einleitung: Kollektive Intentionalität. Begriff, Geschichte, Probleme," in: H.B. Schmid / D.P. Schweikard