Pressemitteilungen aus dem Bereich Forschung

An additively manufactured Hairpin traction motor.
Using a new 3D printing process, four spin-offs of the EXIST research transfer "Additive Drives" at the TU Freiberg are increasing the performance and efficiency of current electric machines. The main focus is on the copper coil. … weiterlesen

Scientists testing the new measuring platform on a lake
Scientists of TU Freiberg have developed a robot which is able to measure water and environmental parameters on inland waters. Recently, the research group has been successfully testing the swimming device for the first time on a lake in the centre of the Saxon city. … weiterlesen

Student Paul Reitemeier sorting the shredded material
Lithium-ion batteries are now installed in almost all modern electrical appliances. So far, however, the recycling of the batteries is not optimal. In the joint project "InnoRec", the TU Bergakademie Freiberg and four partners are researching an energy- and material-efficient recycling approach. … weiterlesen

Image photo of a man in a suit with green leaf.
Through the "Green Deal", Europe is the first continent to set itself the goal of becoming climate neutral by 2050. How the economic, ecological and social effects of EU climate policy can be better analysed in advance will be discussed by scientists at the TU Freiberg from 3 to 7 February. … weiterlesen

Two men at a swimming robot in the CAVE
The swimming robot of TU Freiberg, equipped with sensors, is supposed to drive completely autonomously on the water thanks to artificial intelligence and continuously measure various environmental parameters. In this way, the water quality of reservoirs and dams can be checked in real time. … weiterlesen

Students with bicycles in front of the New Mensa.
The plan is to offer a low-cost rental service for cargo bikes suitable for everyday use, with which students of TU Freiberg and citizens will be able to travel comfortably and environmentally friendly on campus and in the university city in the future. The first test phase will start this year. … weiterlesen

A woman at a machine
The machine developed at the Institute for Processing Machines (IAM) of the TU Freiberg in the joint project ELIZE enables a particularly energy-efficient processing of important high-tech metals for industry. It generates electrical pulses with a strength of up to 600 joules. … weiterlesen

shooting of small and micro plastic pieces in water environment.
Together with partners from industry, the TU Bergakademie Freiberg will develop an innovative solution over the next two years to purify industrial wastewater and remove environmentally harmful microplastics. The process is also to be applied in the municipal sector at a later date. … weiterlesen

Pedro Herrera Lormendez at his desk.
Pedro Herrera Lormendez is a doctoral student at the TU Freiberg and one of a total of 12 young researchers in the international training project "Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes" (C.A.F.E.). There he is working on weather patterns and their changes due to climate change. … weiterlesen

Three men at a machine where straight tapes are produced
The researchers at the Institute for Metal Forming at the TU Freiberg are able to produce magnesium strips up to 70 centimetres wide with this unique prototype plant. These can be used to produce novel, lightweight magnesium components for the automotive industry or mechanical engineering. … weiterlesen