Florian Tüchert


”As a doctoral student, I benefit from the close cooperation between the University of Bremen and the German Maritime Museum, which provides a diverse and broad knowledge base for my research area.“

Current position

Doctoral candidate

Field of research
history of navigation, history of cartography, history of knowledge

Modern and recent history, cultural history

Title of the research project
"Learning to read charts - nautical charts in navigation lessons"


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Curriculum Vitae

since 2019

Research assistant at the University of Bremen, Institute for Historical Studies and PhD student at the German Maritime Museum


Work at the Augsburg State and City Library and the Bavarian State Library in Munich


Master's degree in Interdisciplinary European Studies at the University of Augsburg, title of the final thesis: "Exposed Memory - The Expeditions of the 'Tegetthoff' and the 'Novara' in the Museum Focus of Modern Austria


Bachelor's degree in history and art and cultural history at the University of Augsburg

Scientific publications

Tagungsbericht: International Conference on the History of Cartography – Themenschwerpunkt „Maps and Water“, 14.07.2019 – 19.07.2019 Amsterdam, in: H-Soz-Kult, 26.08.2019,

Exhibition project

Collaboration on the exhibition "Built 175 years ago - destroyed 75 years ago. The Building of the Bavarian State Library". Cabinet presentation of the Bildarchiv, 1.10.-16.11.2018. Bavarian State Library Munich

Opening hours

currently closed

how to reach us

Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum
Hans-Scharoun-Platz 1
D-27568 Bremerhaven


T. +49 471 482 07 0

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