University

Profile

Profil TU BergakademieThe focus on a sustainable material and energy economy in research and education along with the four core fields Geo, Material, Energy and Environment give the university, which was founded in 1765 and is thus the world’s oldest mining and metallurgy oriented university, its very distinct resource profile. more

Organisation and Facilities

Logo der TU BergakademieThe University’s Directorate, the faculties, the administration and the official representatives and associations actively involved with the university present themselves. more
An overview of the university’s central facilities, its collections and the associated research institutes. more

 

Multidisciplinary Thinking

Under the umbrella concept proWissen - on the road towards the virtual faculty - students and employees can find extradisciplinary and interdisciplinary offers. In lectures, lecture series and other event formats, protagonists address a wide range of scientific issues and thus encourage and inspire independent thinking skills, critical analysis and open discussions. more

Foundations

The Bergakademie can look back upon a 300-year-old foundation history. Teaching and research conditions have undergone steady improvements thanks to numerous new endowments and foundations. To celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Stipendienkasse, i.e., Scholarship Fund, the Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg Foundation was established in 2002. Here you can find out more about the university’s foundations. more

Family Friendly University

Familienfreundliche Hochschule TU Bergakademie The TU Bergakademie advocates the compatibility of career and family. On 15th March, the university was certified as a “family friendly university.” Employees and students have the option of having their children cared for in one of the two day-care centres operated by the Studentenwerk (Student Union/Student Services) Freiberg. There are several nappy-changing facilities, kitchens equipped with baby food warmers, playpens as well as games and more

News

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In the future, when certain tasks become too dangerous for humans, robots will need to take over the work. In order for them to function properly, however, ultra-modern technologies are needed. To this end, young researchers from Freiberg are combining mobile robots with the ‘Internet of Things’. … weiterlesen
Dr. Idris Hadi (3rd from left) is shown the E-technology laboratory at Freiberg
TU Bergakademie Freiberg is supporting the University of Ishik-Erbil in the development of its courses of study in Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics, and aims to train Iraqi guest scientists and students in Freiberg. … weiterlesen
Graduates of the academic year 2016/17
TU Bergakademie Freiberg awarded degrees to a total of 762 graduates on November 4 at the St. Nicholas Concert & Conference Hall (the ‘Nikolaikirche’) in Freiberg. A large proportion of the graduates (339) from the academic year 2016/17 left the university as qualified engineers. … weiterlesen
Diagramme, die das Forschungsprojekt veranschaulichen
Stefan Sandfeld, Professor for Micromechanical Materials Modelling at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, was awarded by the European Research Council (ERC) for his project "A Multiscale Dislocation Language for Data-Driven Materials Science" (MuDiLingo) with an ERC Starting Grant worth 1.5 Million Euros. … weiterlesen
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