Pressemitteilungen

On 3rd November prospective Iraqi diplomats visited the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. The eleven participants of the "International Diplomats" training course which is conducted by the Federal Foreign Office since 1990 gained information about the Iraqi-German university cooperation at Freiberg′s university. For... … weiterlesen
Over the past few weeks, an invention from Freiberg was tested in the Japanese foundry manufacture company Sintokogio Ltd. In October, Matthias Strehle, a doctoral candidate from the Department for Mechanical Engineering at TU Bergakademie, visited a factory for forming machines in Toyokawa for a period of three weeks. The city... … weiterlesen
Freiberg scientists from the Institute of Ceramic, Glass and Construction Materials (IKGB) presented their work on the development of intelligent fireproof materials at an international conference in Brazil. Professor Christos G. Aneziris and his team were the second largest delegation contributing nine articles. … weiterlesen
Jan Gernegroß aus Dorfchemnitz (Landkreis ...
Jan Gernegroß from Dorfchemnitz (district Mittelsachsen) is the 200.000th visitor at TU Bergakademie Freiberg′s terra mineralia at Freudenstein castle. On Sunday at around 14 o′clock the exhibition′s director Anna Dziwetzki welcomed him and his family with a flower bouquet in the shape of an... … weiterlesen
At a welcoming ceremony in the Freiberg city hall on October 15, 2009, Mayor Bernd-Erwin Schramm greeted incoming international students. As of yet, 103 international student have registered for the winter semester 2009/2010; two thirds of them took up the invitation from city hall. … weiterlesen
Freiberg computer specialists were rewarded for their research in robotics at an international conference in Toyama, Japan. Together with colleagues from the University of Osaka, Professor Bernhard Jung′s team developed a new learning method for humanlike robots. Heni Ben Amor, a scientist at the Computer Science... … weiterlesen
“Industrial heritage - economy and ecology” – this is the theme of the 14th World Congress of the International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage, TICCIH, being held from 31 August to 5 September 2009 at the Mining Academy of the Technical University of Freiberg. This is the first time the congress is... … weiterlesen
A South African delegation visited the Mining Academy of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg on 26 August 2009. The seven representatives of the Provincial Government of the Free State were interested in the research profile of the university, and its impact on the region. After meeting with Vice-Rector Michael Schlömann and... … weiterlesen
The TU Bergakademie Freiberg is busy setting up a training programme in Iraq, jointly with universities in Baghdad and in Iraqi Kurdistan. For this purpose the university in Saxony is receiving 1.3 million Euro from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for a period of three years. The aim of the programme is to train... … weiterlesen
The success of a deep geothermal energy well depends on whether the amount of hot water found underground is sufficient. Exploration already demands high investment sums. To reduce the discovery risk scientists in a joint project are developing a machine that uses seismic waves to look 100 meter into the rocks before drilling.... … weiterlesen