Pressemitteilungen

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
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
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
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