Pressemitteilungen aus dem Bereich Forschung

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In the future, when certain tasks become too dangerous for humans, robots will need to take over the work. In order for them to function properly, however, ultra-modern technologies are needed. To this end, young researchers from Freiberg are combining mobile robots with the ‘Internet of Things’. … weiterlesen
Diagramme, die das Forschungsprojekt veranschaulichen
Stefan Sandfeld, Professor for Micromechanical Materials Modelling at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, was awarded by the European Research Council (ERC) for his project "A Multiscale Dislocation Language for Data-Driven Materials Science" (MuDiLingo) with an ERC Starting Grant worth 1.5 Million Euros. … weiterlesen
The University main building on Akademiestraße in Freiberg
TU Bergakademie Freiberg has been ranked fourth in a Germany-wide comparison of the amount of third-party grants and funding won per professor. This is evident from figures recently published by the German Federal Statistical Office on third-party funding statistics for the year 2015. … weiterlesen
The vice-president of USST Ping Liu presents a gift to the Rector
Following the visit to Shanghai by Rector Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Barbknecht in May 2017, a Chinese delegation from the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology visited TU Bergakademie Freiberg recently. … weiterlesen
Summer school participants after the welcoming speech by Prof. Zeidler
Eight Iraqi students studied at the two-week summer school “Simulation and Modeling of Technical Processes” at TU Bergakademie Freiberg in late September. … 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
(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