Pressemitteilungen

Die Teilnehmer der ersten ECLC Professional School an der TU Bergakademie Freibe
The first professional short course – organized within the EIT RawMaterials project “ECLC Professional School” – took place at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg on September 26-27, 2017. The participants were from well-known industry partners of the EIT RawMaterials. … weiterlesen
three Doctoral candidates with the new electro-impulse drilling head
A giant leap for Germany’s Energiewende (energy transition): A new drilling technique developed in Dresden and Freiberg has the potential to significantly reduce drilling costs for deep geothermal energy boreholes. … weiterlesen
Federal Minister for Economic Affairs & Energy Brigitte Zypries
TU Bergakademie Freiberg has outstanding potential to boost German industry by generating scientific spin-offs. Scientists from the university demonstrated this potential with their PARFORCE technology in Freiberg for the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs & Energy, Ms. Brigitte Zypries. … weiterlesen
Scientific diver at work
Coming from the most diverse fields of study and research, a team of 18 students and scientists from TU Bergakademie Freiberg joined together from the 1 to the 15 September for scientific diving around the Panarea underwater volcano (near the famous Stromboli Island) in the Mediterranean Sea. … weiterlesen
(v.l.) Dr. Roh Pin Lee with the young researcher Florian Keller © IEC / TU Berga
The transition towards a sustainable low carbon economy is fraught with multiple challenges. Researchers from Freiberg will investigate how such a transition could look like, which alternative raw materials could be utilized and what the consequences for the energy and raw material systems would be. … weiterlesen
TU Bergakademie Freiberg doctoral student Yaman Randani examines the glass beads
Although they are small, they have a lot of history packed into them – special glass beads from the 18th century. They can be found on the tapestries of the "Red-Gilded Audience Room" (Ger.: “Roten Schmelzzimmers”) in Arnstadt's New Palace. A doctoral student from Freiberg is now investigating them. … weiterlesen
In the Reiche Zeche research and teaching mine
“Turn off the light – save energy!” How many times have we heard this advice, or given it ourselves? Unfortunately, however, a large part of the energy used in Germany's households (about 85 per cent) is not used for electricity, but merely for heating and hot water... … weiterlesen
© Torsten Mayer / TU Bergakademie Freiberg
A master’s degree course in three different countries? With the international SINReM (Sustainable and Innovative Natural Resource Management) Master’s course, a great new opportunity has opened up for students from winter semester 2017/18. Applications will be accepted until July 14th. … weiterlesen
Participants of the trilateral workshop on 04.07.2017 in Zabrze ©TU Bergakademie
Responding to the invitation from Fraunhofer Institute for Microstructure of Materials and Systems IMWS and the Polish Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal IChPW, experts and specialists from industry, politics and science from Poland, Czech Republic and Germany came together in Zabrze, Poland. … weiterlesen
Synthesis of high-quality biowaxes from biogas at laboratory scale
Professor of Reaction Engineering at the Institute of Energy Process Engineering and Chemical Engineering at TU Bergakademie Freiberg develops new catalysts for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. … weiterlesen