Pressemitteilungen

Mitarbeiter der Elektrotechnik im und am E-Auto in heller Halle
TU Bergakademie Freiberg expects over 600 scientists from 20 countries, with a keynote lecture on resource supply and national security policy … weiterlesen
The library at China University of Mining and Technology
TU Bergakademie Freiberg signed agreements on May 18 and 19 to intensify its international cooperation with China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT) in Xuzhou and Shanghai University of Science and Technology (USST). … weiterlesen
View of the new testing facility in the laboratory of the Institute of Drilling
Representatives of DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG visited TU Bergakademie Freiberg last week (11 May) to view a new testing facility for researching the effects of friction in boreholes. The research plant was commissioned at the laboratories of the Institute of Drilling Engineering and Fluid Mining. … weiterlesen
Coils of wire: The technical principles for the production of these coils were e
Screws, wire ropes, piano wires, and electrical cables – wire is an indispensable part of our everyday lives. Other products such as I-beams, elevator guide rails and automotive, electrical, and car-tire components also count as so-called “long products”. But how are these products actually made? … weiterlesen
Finance Minister of Saxony Prof. Georg Unland uses an excavator to turn the firs
The first sod has been turned on the Messeplatz in Freiberg for the construction of two new buildings: The Center for Efficient High-Temperature Substance Conversion and a lecture theatre complex & library for TU Bergakademie Freiberg. … weiterlesen
Representation of the biomineralization process
Heisenberg Professor Dr. Hermann Ehrlich from TU Bergakademie Freiberg was recently invited to present his field of research, i.e. biomineralogy and extreme biomimetics, to professors and PhD students among other things at Harvard University. … weiterlesen
Alginit granules at a 200x enlargement under the digital microscope © TU Bergaka
Chemists and mineralogists from Freiberg have joined forces with environmental engineers from Dresden to research a novel remedy for chemical pollution. In an effort to devise an economic method of removing pharmaceutical residues and plasticisers from wastewater, a natural rock may be the answer. … weiterlesen
Laboratory for laser-induced fluorescence
How can rare earth elements (REEs) and other critical raw materials be analyzed quickly, precisely and in a non-destructive manner? The project partners in the collaborative EIT RawMaterials “inSPECTor” project met with the goal of developing a prototype of an innovative sensor system. … weiterlesen
(v.l.) Prof. Dr. Samuel Martin-Barbero (rector of UCJC) with Prof. Dr. Klaus-Die
With signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the University Camilo José Cela (UCJC) today in Madrid TU Freiberg strengthens its international networks. The signed agreement fosters academic exchange as well as an increased cooperation regarding research and education. … weiterlesen
Bio-energy project of the Kenyan-German Centre of Excellence
The CEMEREM Centre of Excellence for Mining, Environmental Engineering and Resource Management was officially opened on April 6th at Taita Taveta University (TTU) in Kenya. … weiterlesen