Pressemitteilungen

The "Colloquium Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy – CANAS" started 22nd March at the Freiberg Institute for Analytical Chemistry. The prestigious forum at the TU Bergakademie will deal with the analysis of trace elements until the 25 March. … weiterlesen
With a ground breaking ceremony on the 12th of March, the official construction work for a fuel pilot plant at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg has commenced. With this facility the Chemical Plant Construction Chemnitz (CAC), together with the Freiberg University will develop and research a new technology for the post petroleum... … weiterlesen
02. March 2009 |

ADDE bets on defects

The research cluster "Functional structure design of new high performance materials by Atomic Design and Defect Engineering" (ADDE) will start it′s work at the TU Bergakademie this month. … weiterlesen
The new priority program (SPP) “FIRE”, at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg will come into action on the 1st March 2009. In this programme, scientists from seven different German universities are developing an entirely new generation of high performance refractory ceramics. … weiterlesen
Scientists at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg can produce virtual worlds in an unprecedented resolution. At the institute for computer science a projection room was set up for this purpose, the technology being operated for the first time at a university. … weiterlesen
The TU Bergakademie in Freiberg is home to the worldwide largest group of researchers on the subject of high-temperature processes. … weiterlesen
Schüler der 1. und 3. Klasse der Theodor ...
The terra mineralia opened its doors for the 100th time to visitors on the 15th of February. Since opening on 23rd October 2008 over 72,000 visitors have streamed to the exhibition of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. … weiterlesen
The TU Bergakademie Freiberg is initiating a German energy raw material research network, together with universities, large research institutes and electricity suppliers, specialised equipment producers and companies from the coal and biomass industries. Together the partners want to work on future concepts for the post oil... … weiterlesen
The Institute for Materials (IWT) of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg today inaugurates one of the most modern Universal Electron Beam Facility for Thermal Electron Beam Technologies in the world, in the framework of its scientific colloquium. More than one million Euro was given for the new facility, with which technologies can be... … weiterlesen
The Silesian Technical University Gliwice and the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg want to work together more closely in the future. This is the purpose of the two day visit of professors of the Polish university in Freiberg, headed by Rector Prof. Andrzej Karbownik. … weiterlesen