- FK 1: 11. Freiberger Geotechnik Kolloquium
- FK 2: Robotik, Automation und IT im Bergbau
- FK 3: Einheimische Energieressourcen – Gewinnung und Speicherung
- FK 4: Sonderforschungsbereich 799 „TRIP-Matrix-Composite“
- FK 5: Aufbereitung und Verwertung kohlenstofffaserverstärkter Abfälle
- FK 6: Materialforschung im Kontext der Energiewende: Neue Batterien und die Abwärmenutzung von morgen
- FK 7: E-Mobility & Circular Economy
- FK 8: Abwärmenutzung in der Gießerei-Industrie – Herausforderungen und Potentiale
- FK 9: Silver, Indium and other Treasures: Biohydro- and Hydrometallurgical Approaches to Win Rare Metals from Ores, Processing Remains, and Scrap
- FK 10: Freiberger Stahltag
- FK 11: Student Workshop „Digitization of geoscientific collections“
- FK 12: 13. Freiberg-St. Petersburger Kolloquium junger Wissenschaftler
Dr. Nandor Tamaskovics and Verein Freiberger Geotechniker e.V.
Dr. Nandor Tamaskovics
Gustav-Zeuner-Straße 1, 09599 Freiberg
Nandor [dot] Tamaskovicsifgt [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
Prof. Dr. Carsten Drebenstedt, Prof. Dr. Jörg Benndorf, Prof. Dr. Yvonne Joseph,
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Jung, Prof. Dr. Helmut Mischo, Prof. Dr. Andreas Rehkopf
Dr.-Ing. Günter Lippmann
Zimmer Gustav-Zeuner-Str. 1a 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39-2311
Guenter [dot] Lippmannmabb [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
Scientific Supervision: Prof. Dr. Mohd Amro
Agricolastraße 22, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39-2493
sabine [dot] beyertbt [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
Scientific supervision: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Horst Biermann
Dr.-Ing. Peter Michel
Gustav-Zeuner-Straße 5, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39 4017
peter [dot] micheliwt [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
M.Sc. Isabel Luther
Schlossplatz 1, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39 3881
isabel [dot] lutherbwl [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Lieberwirth, Dr.-Ing. Thomas Krampitz, M. Sc. Mareen Zöllner
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Krampitz
Lampadiusstraße 4, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39-3745
thomas [dot] krampitziam [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
M.Sc. Mareen Zöllner
Lampadiusstraße 4, 09596 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731-39-2854
mareen [dot] zoellneriam [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
FK 6: Materialforschung im Kontext der Energiewende: Neue Batterien und die Abwärmenutzung von morgen
Scientific Supervision: Dr. Tilmann Leisegang
Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Robert Schmid
Leipziger Straße 23, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 4196 168
robert [dot] schmidphysik [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
The International Workshop E-Mobility & Circular Economy will be held for the first time in 2018. It respects the fact, that e-mobility will be a game changer for circular economy, since several classes of new materials are entering into the materials circle. On the other side the importance and market share of traditional construction materials e.g. casting aluminum will decrease in the future.
The conference will deal with technological and economical key questions arising from the processing of characteristic materials as they are used in e-mobility. It aims at showing new solutions for mechanical and metallurgical recycling as well as the substitution of conventional construction materials. Since more and more elements are needed and used to generate the electronical, electrical and mechanical properties in e-mobility trace and critical elements are also in the focus.
Scientific supervision: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Urs Peuker
M. Sc. Robert Kratzsch
Agricolastraße 1 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39-3450
robert [dot] kratzschmvtat [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
Scientific supervision: M.Sc. Wiebke Berkel, M.Sc. Tanja Ludwig
M.Sc. Tanja Ludwig
Bernhard-von-Cotta-Straße 4, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39-2536
tanja [dot] ludwiggi [dot] tu-freiber [dot] de
FK 9: Silver, Indium and other Treasures: Biohydro- and Hydrometallurgical Approaches to Win Rare Metals from Ores, Processing Remains, and Scrap
Winning of metals in general is confronted with a number of challenges, which include mining at larger depth and in more complex ore deposits, mining of mine and processing waste and tailings and (electronic) scrap, the requirement for leaving a lower footprint from mining activities, reduced consumption of drinking water etc. Specific challenges include the development of in situ-leaching strategies, and a special focus on the exploitation of economically strategic elements like indium, germanium or cobalt from regional sources. These regional sources include flotation tailings and mine dams from previous mining activities as well deposits of smelter dusts such as Theisen sludge. One option to approach these challenges is to develop new biohydrometallurgical or other improved hydrometallurgical strategies for the winning of metals.
The colloquium will touch on various issues related to winning of metals, from availability of rare metals and formation of deposits, via (bio-)leaching of ores and other materials, to winning of metals from the aqueous phase. Since the stability of biological processes is a key issue, the stresses to which the bacteria are exposed will be a topic well as the use of such stresses to achieve certain results. The colloquium will also be open for other biotechnological processes concerning metal winning or removal, e.g. using siderophores for metal extraction or for bioflotation.
Scientific supervision: Prof. Dr. Michael Schlömann, Prof . Dr. Thorsten Reemtsma, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Heide, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Helmut Mischo
M. Sc. Dörte Knechtel
Leipziger Str. 29, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39 2103
doerte [dot] knechtelioez [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
FK 10: Freiberger Stahltag
Scientific supervision: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Olena Volkova
Dr.-Ing. habil. Heiner Gutte
Leipziger Straße 34, 09599 Freiberg
Telefon +49 3731 39-4498
Heiner [dot] Gutteiest [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
Institut für Eisen- und Stahltechnologie
Scientific supervision: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Heide, Prof. Dr. Jan-Michael Lange
Dr. Christin Kehrer
Telefon +49 3731 39-2264
christin [dot] kehrergeosamm [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
The colloquium is held in english and german language. For more information click here.
Scientific supervision: Prof. Dr. Carsten Drebenstedt
M.Sc. Tatsiana Piliptesevich
Tatsiana [dot] Piliptsevichmabb [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
The outcome of our research can never be seen as fully detached from our social surrounding.
We as PhD candidates are not only responsible to accurately conduct and document our results, but to discuss the impacts of our findings and debate the appropriate use of science in a social context. With climate change, increasing social injustice and the lacking accessibility of clean water breathing down our necks, we should never stop discussing our responsibilities as scientists when doing research and teaching students.
We therefore invite you to actively participate in this year's PhD conference organized by the PhD council of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg together with the PhD councils of the Verbund Mitteldeutscher Promovierendenvertretungen (VMPV) as a part of BHT Freiberg within the Forum of young Scientists. After an introduction to the topic by our key note speaker we will have contributed talks.
All PhD students are invited to give a talk on their research idealy including some thoughts about the role of responsibility in their work. If possible, the talks should be related to the BHT's topic 'Future Materials - Safe Resources Supply - Circular Economy'. However, the talks are not limited to that - every topic is welcome.
Please register with a tentative title of your presentation so we can assign you to the most appropriate session. At the end of each session, there will be a summarizing discussion of the talks in the session and giving feedback to the speakers.
Independent of talks, you can also contribute posters, which can be discussed within the coffee breaks. These will help to bring people from different fields together and to give the opportunity for networking and for planning future collaborations.
The 3rd interdisciplinary colloquium will take place on Thursday 7th June 2017 in the New Mensa, Conference room.
We will finish the day with a BBQ so you can further exchange your experiences with PhD candidates from different fields.
More informations can be found under
For further questions and suggestions feel free to contact us:
Dipl.-Ing. Tilo Zienert
infoprorat [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de