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In the small town of Ulrichsberg, I built and ran a one-man university. I fulfilled all the functions: housekeeper, teacher, secretary and director in one. As usual in the university world, I applied rules and procedures. The furniture was catalogued with numbers, I had a small library and I gave lectures. In the lectures, I read out excerpts from studies conducted by different universities. These scripts were about ordinary subjects such as how people behave during the evening hours in pubs, or a study on the diversity of buildings illustrated with a resulting study on concrete garbage lockers for private households in Germany.