Andreas Massanek, curator of the mineralogical collections at TU Bergakademie Fr
It sparkles and glitters in Freiberg. Visitors of the “German Mineralogical Collection” at the Krügerhaus will be able to admire the aggregate of fluorite crystals weighing in at ca. 240 kg from May 11. It is regarded as a sensation because of its size and unique fluorite crystals. … weiterlesen
The TU Bergakademie Freiberg received good up to very good estimations in the current CHE-Ranking for the areas of materials science and engineering technology, mechanical engineering and process technology. These areas were able to reach the top group standards in several points. … weiterlesen
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On the 3rd of May 2016 an intercultural forum will take place at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. On the subject of “schooling and educating in different cultural environments”, parents and child care workers from Iraq, Iran, Syria and Germany will speak about their experiences. … weiterlesen
vice chancellor Prof. Klaus-Dieter Barbknecht at his welcoming at Alten Mensa ©
The TU Bergakademie is officially ending its festival year with the 250th beginning of the lectures on the 3rd of May 2016. At the closing event at the “Alte Mensa” the audience will learn how much reading material the university‟s history has to offer. … weiterlesen
Prof. Bernd Meyer (3.v.l.) with his employees Alexander Laugwitz (4.v.l.) and Dr
From 4-12 April, Prof. Bernd Meyer from the Institute of Energy Process Engineering and Chemical Engineering (IEC) visited together with his employees diverse institutions from research, science and industry in China to intensify scientific exchanges and identify potential collaborations. … weiterlesen
bacterial colonies of the discovered species Sphingopyxis fribergensis on a cult
Scientists belonging to Prof. Dr. Michael Schlömann's environmental microbiology working group at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg discovered and characterized and a new bacterial species. Sphingopyxis fribergensis is the first microorganism discovered at the TU in Freiberg. … weiterlesen
Samples with bacteria that form metallophores (c) TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Under the name of BakSolEx, researchers are working on the future extraction of metals from mixed metal solutions through bio-based methods. … weiterlesen
Google Zurich (c) Google
First part of a new, intermittent series on studying at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. Today: How Helge Bahmann joined Google. … weiterlesen
New EBM machine (in the background)
They are looking for tomorrow's high-performance materials: "smart" materials with memory and materials that can close fissures themselves. The researchers working with Dr Thomas Niendorf have now been given a new machine that will be the hub of the entire project. The 3D metal printer creates new m … weiterlesen
Dr. Keisuke Takahashi
Last year in November, Keisuke Takahashi as the first Japanese doctoral candidate had successfully defended his doctor’s thesis. … weiterlesen