Transfer & Business

Understanding of Transfer

As a nationally leading resource university with international appeal, TU Bergakademie Freiberg pushes the mutual transfer between business and society. We want to develop, test and implement solutions for current challenges such as:

  • Energy transition,
  • scarcity of resources,
  • electrification of mobility,
  • environmental and climate protection
  • increasing globalisation and digitalisation.

While scientists are particularly interested in the theoretical publication of their academic work, practitioners aim at ready-to-use technologies. The mediation between these two groups is the main task of the Central Transfer Office of TU Bergakademie Freiberg. This forms a clearly defined interface, in particular to the SMEs of the Saxon economy.

For all stakeholders, the university is available as a regional partner and is committed to common objectives:

With our focus on the economy, we tie ourselves to a holistic understanding of transfer:

A packed auditorium

© Silicon Saxony e. V. 

Transfer to Economy

The transfer employees actively represent the TU Bergakademie Freiberg as a provider of ideas and technology to the outside world. They evaluate existing technologies and future inventions in advance and then systematically apply them to commercial exploitation. In this way, sustainable structures are created at the university in order to establish contacts with regional technology purchasers. The input from the regional economy, on the other hand, provides the impetus for further, targeted research activities at TU Bergakademie Freiberg.

Knowledge and technology transfer at TU Bergakademie Freiberg means exchange beyond disciplines and institutions. In addition to the transfer assistants, a large number of employees and partners are involved in the transfer. The portfolio of transfer services is correspondingly broad and includes above all the areas:

Transfer Impressions

Impressions of ResTec (20.7.2021)

3 Personen stehen an einem Stand

Impressions of "Science meets Industry" (4.3.2020)

  • Zwei Referenten vor dem Plenum
  • The Rector is greeting the audience
  • The participants are chatting
  • Frau Prof- Joseph during her speech
  • racetech Racing Team presents its car

 © Silicon Saxony e. V.

Impressions of "futureSAX-Innovationskonferenz" (19.6.2019)

Transfer assistent Stephan Meschke during a discussion

© futureSAX GmbH

Impressions of the technology meeting Chamber of Commerce and Industry (28.8.2018)

News

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Researchers from the Institute of Experimental Physics at TU Bergakademie Freiberg are currently investigating a new material for thermal imaging cameras. Their findings on using thin hafnium oxide films as radiation sensors were published in April in the renowned journal Applied Physics Letters. … weiterlesen

Die neue Forschungsanlage. © TU Bergakademie Freiberg
TU Bergakademie Freiberg is breaking new ground in exploring the use of magnesium – a strong, lightweight metal. On March 21, a new research facility was inaugurated to enable the production of magnesium wire. … weiterlesen

Dr. Ondrej Jankovsky and Enrico Storti. © Birgit Holthaus
Graphene is regarded by many as THE miracle material of the future: so miraculous, in fact, that it may one day replace silicon as the raw material for microchips. Originally from Prague, the Czech Humboldt fellow Dr. Ondrej Jankovsky is a proven expert on the carbon compound graphene. … weiterlesen

The Underground Research Lab in Ruskeala. © bsuin
A new network of European research mines and underground laboratories met from 7 to 9 March in the Reiche Zeche research mine at TU Bergakademie Freiberg. The aim of the project is to create a collaborative research portfolio for partners in the industry. … weiterlesen

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