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The TU Bergakademie Freiberg, as a resource university, focuses its research and teaching on how to deal responsibly with the finite resources of this earth. To this end, our six faculties develop efficient and alternative technologies for raw material extraction, energy technologies, materials and recycling processes and contribute significantly to solving economic and ecological challenges.

With the engineering, natural, geo, material and economic sciences, the university combines all areas of modern raw materials research in the basic area and application-oriented research. 4,000 students receive a scientifically sound and practice-oriented education in 72 courses of study. The close cooperation with companies gives students the advantage of being able to complete internships and assignments up to and including industrial doctorates.

News

Anvar Mammadli auf dem von ihm organisierten Symposium 2019.
Together with a team of ten students located in Baku Anvar Mammadli, a Freiberg student from Azerbaijan, has organized the second Global Engineering Symposium in Baku. … weiterlesen

picture of Dr. Sindy Fuhrmann
In early February Dr. Sindy Fuhrmann was appointed as Assistant Professor at the Institute of Ceramic, Glass and Construction Materials. The new professor is an alumna of TU Freiberg and graduate of the first Krüger-Forschungskolleg supported by the Krüger Foundation. … weiterlesen

The logo of the German-American Institute Saxony. Photo: DAIS
Strengthening German-American relations in Saxony on a cultural, social and political level - this is the goal of the German-American Institute Saxony (DAIS) in Leipzig, which was opened on February 5th with the participation of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. … 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

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