Photo pool for journalists

The Public Relations Department has made a pool of images available; you may use them provided you credit the photographer. If you need high-resolution images, please contact us. Send an email to bildarchiv[at]uni-tuebingen.de.

 

Please include the file names of the images you need and give details of in which medium and article you will use them. Please send us a copy of your publication or a link to it.

 

You must recognize all copyrights and credit the photographer in your publication. This information in included in the file metadata. If no other photographer is listed, credit all images to Friedhelm Albrecht/ University of Tübingen. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

University leadership

 

Professor Dr.  Bernd Engler

 

President

 

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Professor Dr.  Bernd Engler

 

President

 

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Professor Dr.  Karin Amos 

 

Vice-President of Academic Affairs

 

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Professor Dr.  Karin Amos 

 

Vice-President of Academic Affairs

 

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Professor Dr. Peter Grathwohl 

 

Vice-President of Research

 

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Professor Dr. Peter Grathwohl 

  

Vice-President of Research

 

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Professor Dr. Monique Scheer 

 

Vice-President of International Affairs

 

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Professor Dr. Monique Scheer 

 

Vice-President of International Affairs

 

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Dr. Andreas Rothfuss

   

Executive Vice-President

 

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Dr. Andreas Rothfuss  

 

Executive Vice-President

 

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The University of Tübingen President’s Office Dr. Andreas Rothfuss, Professor Dr. Monique Scheer, Professor Dr. Bernd Engler, Professor Dr. Karin Amos and Professor Dr. Peter Grathwohl (from left to right)

 

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Buildings

 

The Neue Aula in Wilhelmstrasse is the centrepiece of the University of Tübingen. It is home to the University’s central events venues.

 

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In the old town, the Alte Aula was built in the 16th century, making it one of the University’s oldest buildings.

 

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The Alte Aula, seen from the courtyard of the Collegiate Church.

 

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The Bonatzbau on Wilhelmstrasse houses part of the University Library, including the historical Reading Room.

 

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Home of the Philosophy Institute and the Art History Institute - the Alte Burse.

 

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The Alte Bursa, seen from Bursagasse.

 

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The ballroom of the Neue Aula, venue for central events at the University.

 

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The research building for Integrative Neurosciences, opened in 2012.

 

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The Brechtbau is the central hub for students of Modern Languages and other humanities.

 

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Various departments in the Faculty of Humanities are based in the Hegelbau on Wilhelmstrasse.

 

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The Kupferbau lecture center on Hölderlinstrasse.

 

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Most of the University’s Science institutes are based on our Morgenstelle Campus.

 

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The Theologicum on Liebermeisterstrasse.

 

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The central University Library building on Wilhelmstrasse is located opposite the student canteen.

 

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