Student Representation of the Faculty 5

Welcome to our website!

The FSR 5 is the eleceted student representation for the following degree programs:
  • Materials Science and Materials Technology
  • Automotive Engineering: Materials and Components
  • Foundry Engineering
  • Nanotechnology
  • Master Advanced Materials Analysis
  • Master Metallic Materials and Technology
  • Technology and Application of Inorganic Engineering Materials

It does not matter if you are interested in a specific degree program, if you are a freshman or if you already are studiying in a higher semester feel free to contact us. We support you whereever we can!

We created a Discord-Server for you, where you can meet fellow students to learn or have a nice chat!

Do you have questions about:

  •  your degree program at the TU Freiberg (faculty 5)
  • the process of making a decission for a program and the matriculation
  • our work at the FSR and the university policy
  • how you can support us
  • regulations
  • anything else
or do you need help with exams or do you have other problems, just write us an e-mail or visit us in our office in the Haus Formgebung (EG. 121)


office hours (currently suspended):

Day of the weekTimeWhere
Monday12.45pm - 2pmFOR EG.121
Tuesday1.30pm - 3pmFOR EG.121
Wednesday1.30pm - 3pmFOR EG.121
Thursdayupon consultation 
Fridayupon consultation 

You also have the chance to talk to us personally during uni if there are any problems or if something urgent comes up. We do everything to help you.

Moreover, you can reach us easily via our e-mail address: fsr5atstura [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de.


The Germany-wide, unique Student Laboratory for Material Sciences at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, welcomed it’s 1000th visitor on Monday, 30th March 2009: Noreen Zönnchen, a grade 8 student of the Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium Freiberg. The student takes classes in Natural Sciences here. The Student Lab coordinator Annett Wolf... … weiterlesen

02 Mar 2009 |

ADDE bets on defects

The research cluster "Functional structure design of new high performance materials by Atomic Design and Defect Engineering" (ADDE) will start it′s work at the TU Bergakademie this month. … weiterlesen

The Institute for Materials (IWT) of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg today inaugurates one of the most modern Universal Electron Beam Facility for Thermal Electron Beam Technologies in the world, in the framework of its scientific colloquium. More than one million Euro was given for the new facility, with which technologies can be... … weiterlesen

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