Institute of Thermal-, Environmental- and Resources' Process Engineering

Under the umbrella of ITUN research and education is carried out and provided in three directions that are reflected by the full name of the institute;

  • Thermal Process Engineering
  • Environmental Process Engineering
  • Process Engineering of Resources

The broad and multidisciplinary positioning of ITUN enables the investigation into and the development of comprehensive and coherent process chains,

always putting emphasize on environmental considerations, such as conditioning of effluent or the add value treatment of assumed waste. This also enables the research-oriented education of students in studying programs or graduation theses in a broad and industrial relevant field.


Katja Schaldach
At this year’s ProcessNet subsection meeting of the adsorption group (February 26th till 28th 2020 in Berchtesgaden, Germany) ITUN contributed with a poster presentation: … weiterlesen

10 Mar 2020 |

A new Doctor is born!

left to right: Prof Rupitsch, PD Haumann, Dr. Schuster, Prof Bräuer, Prof Will
Julian Schuster M.Sc. promoted to Doctor in Engineering (Dr.-Ing) … weiterlesen

Katja Götze, Professor Andreas Bräuer, Dr. Roland Haseneder, Kerstin Milew, Dr.
5 ITUN researchers attended the annual meeting of the ProcessNET subsections Membrane technology (MEM) and High Pressure Process Technology (HDVT), which took place in Freising, Germany, from February 17th till 19th, 2020. … weiterlesen

Krematorium Meissen
Feedback einer Studentin: Vielen Dank noch mal, dass Sie die Exkursion gestern organisiert haben. Sie war wirklich spannend und ich habe neue Perspektiven von kleinen Firmen, Firmengründung und dem technischen Anspruch eines Krematoriums mitbekommen. … weiterlesen

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