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two students in a ceramics lab
The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) is establishing new Research Training Groups to further support junior researchers. One of them will be established at TU Bergakademie Freiberg. … weiterlesen

students in engineering disciplines
Students from the fields of mechanical engineering, process engineering and material science give the TU Freiberg in the current university ranking of the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHE) very good or good study conditions in several categories. … weiterlesen

two female mathematics students analyse and interpret data
The English-language degree programme leads to a Master of Science degree in four semesters and is aimed at graduates of an undergraduate degree programme. The application deadline has now been extended until 30th June 2022. … weiterlesen

Scientist puts foam material into crushing machine.
A total of 12 partners from SMEs, industry and research are working on a new, recycling-friendly cooling concept for high-performance electronics in cars, trains and aircraft in the joint project "Complex lightweight structures for electronic applications within mobility". … weiterlesen

A woman in front of a screen with the welcome to the start of studies in the sum
In the summer semester, universities will again largely carry out teaching face to face and make decisions about hygiene measures, such as, if appropriate, masks should be compulsory in certain areas and coronavirus tests should be offered for certain work (e.g. in laboratories). … weiterlesen

clouds over mountains
From large-scale weather variability to localized extremes: Researchers at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts and TU Freiberg develop a framework to better predict extreme rainfall events in Mediterranean countries. … weiterlesen

Collage Prof. Dr. Gari Walkowitz and Prof. Dr. Robert Czudaj
Starting in April, Dr. Robert Czudaj and Dr. Gari Walkowitz strengthen the Faculty of Business and Economics with two new professorships. … weiterlesen

One man in the lab
In a joint project, a team of researchers from the Technical Universities in Freiberg and Chemnitz is working with industrial partners to analyze how the development and production of fuel cells can be made more efficient and cost-effective. … weiterlesen

The information poster for study orientation in Saxony
The Saxon universities, represented by the State Rectors' Conference (LRK), and the Saxon Ministry of Science published together a special information offer with important facts about the higher education landscape in Saxony and tips for prospective students from Ukraine. … weiterlesen

students doing sports
Whether outdoors or indoors, fitness, endurance or weight training: among around 100 offers in 40 sports, all those interested and those who still need a motivational boost will find the right university sports course. … weiterlesen