Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Roanoke, VA by Evelyn Agren The special features of Roanoke My hometown is Roanoke, located in Southwest Virginia. It is in a valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was originally named Big Lick, which is still its nickname today, because of the salt deposits that[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Edinburgh by Vicente Regattieri My impression of Edinburgh Edinburgh is the second largest city in Scotland and is located on the country’s east coast. This is also the capital and for this reason you will find a wide range of cultural activities, shops, and educational institutions.[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Delhi by Andrés Muñoz My impression of Delhi Delhi (दिल्ली)is a whole other world. It’s completely different to all the places I visited previously. I was astonished by how chaotic the city is – or even the country in general. It’s a memorable experience to walk[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Malta by Lena Heinecke My impression of Malta Malta is the largest island of the small European state Malta which consists of the three islands Comino, Gozo and Malta. Due to (mostly) good weather and great beaches, Malta is particularly popular with travelers who want to[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – São Paulo by Vicente Regattieri My impression of São Paulo São Paulo is the most populous city in America. It is located in the southeast of Brazil and it is the country’s economic and cultural center. Countless cars and skyscrapers shape the cityscape, but the architecture[…]
Statement: International students in need The Corona crisis has been flinging a huge challenge to the students in Germany. Since last week, a few measures have been taken to support the students fin need. However, the consequence to international students caused by the Corona Crisis has been neglected. Around 15% of students in Germany come[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Lübeck by Alexandra Wolf My impression of Lübeck About one hour from Hamburg, by the Baltic Sea, lies the beautiful Hanseatic City of Lübeck. The city centre is an island surrounded by the rivers “Trave” and “Wakenitz”. In summer, rowers and canoeists scrimmage on the water,[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Washington DC by Evelyn Agren Washington DC is the capital of the United States and holds a lot of cultural and historical significance in addition to its political significance. It is located on the east coast, at the northern tip of Virginia. Three sides of the[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Kuala Lumpur by Hui Lin Kong The special feature of Malaysia While many tourists like to travel to Thailand, Indonesia or Myanmar to start their adventure in Asian countries, I believe that Malaysia is actually the best option of all, especially if you want to experience[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: World trip from home in 30 days – Riga by Lena Heinecke My impression of Riga Riga is the capital of Latvia and is located near the Baltic Sea. Although it is the largest city of the Baltic States with its 700,000 inhabitants, it offers the flair of a small town. The old town[…]
The creativity basement is due to its good acoustics perfectly suitable for theatre plays, dance courses and workshops.
The room is accessible either through the main entrance of Gauss Haus, the opposite side of the entrance to the tearoom or from the courtyard of the dormitory.
In the heart of Gauss Haus, between the presentation room and the creativity basement, the international tearoom is situated; The Buddy-group meets here.
The cozy Gauss Salon is located over the creativity basement, on the opposite side of the presentation room and adjacent to the international tearoom.
The international team of Gauss Friends, founded in the year 2008, links the mutual passion for science and enthusiasm of the well-known German mathematician Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss. Thereby, different cultures converge here, which justify the richness of the inter-cultural competences of the international team and contribute consequently to a better world understanding. In this process, the Gauss Friends are characterized by a central idea, and are mutually connected as “guests of Gauss”: Friendship worldwide. True to Gauss’s spirit, many international country evenings, theatre plays and language courses are organized regularly by the Gauss Friends thus providing a bridge between culture and science.
Since 2017, shortly before the 10th anniversary of the Gauss Friends in 2018, the link to the university as part of the positioning at Faculty 6 completed the vision of a firm, structurally anchored establishment of a practiced welcome and consulting culture at TU Braunschweig. In addition to the organization’s activities, the "Gauss Haus Project" of Faculty 6 has created a close exchange within the framework of the university’s structures on the challenges and opportunities of an international university.
VIDEO ABOUT THE GAUSS HAUS
Tasks: Coordination, Gauss Buddy program, Gauss Haus Organization, Website and Facebook, excursions
Hobbies: Learning new languages, traveling and cooking
Hobbies: Chess, cooking, traveling
Tasks: Gauss Haus Organization, excursions, photography
Tasks: Support of international students
Hobbies: Traveling and experiencing new cultures
Hobbies: Board games, food, traveling, swimming
Hobbies: Railways, traveling, gaming
姓名: Roland Sivonen
Country: Peru / Russia
Hobbies: Salsa dancing, drone assembling, studying
姓名: Denis Sotomayor
国籍: 秘鲁 / 俄罗斯
姓名: Rohit Patel