Constructor Group, a multi-faceted ecosystem dedicated to advancing the fields of science, technology and education, today announced its continued sponsorship of the MariaDB Foundation, a global leader in open-source database management systems (DBMS).
Delve into the world of quantum networks with Prof. Nicolas Gisin's groundbreaking research published in the renowned scientific journal Nature Communications.
At its meeting this afternoon, March 28, 2023, Constructor University's Board of Governors appointed prominent tech expert Dr. Stanislav Protasov as the University's new President and Chairman of the Executive Board with immediate effect. In December 2022, he started his responsibilities at Constructor University as Managing Director, being the strategic touchpoint for campus operations.
Constructor University and JetBrains are pleased to announce the launch of the Constructor Open Cup 2023, an international programming competition designed to promote computer science, data science, software development, and software engineering.
Constructor group is proud to announce that Alexandra Boltasseva, a Ron and Dotty Garvin Tonjes Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University and member of Constructor group’s academic network, has been named the 2023 R.W. Wood Prize recipient by Optica.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we want to shed light on inspiring women who make significant contributions every day to science, education, and technology within Constructor. We share here five career insights to inspire young generations of women in science.
Landing on distant planets isn’t possible without maps: In a week-long Winter School, Constructor University in Bremen imparted basic knowledge on how to create high-quality planetary cartography. The interest in the digital training was immense: more than 400 students and young scientists from all over the world participated. It was organized by Dr. Angelo Pio Rossi, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences and his team.
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Seventeen years after first purchasing a single-crystal x-ray diffractometer, Constructor University in Bremen has recently upgraded to the latest technology. Chemistry Professor Dr. Ulrich Kortz successfully secured funding from the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the second time.
Constructor group would like to express our support and solidarity to the communities affected by the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria.