Faculty of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering (Faculty 4)

Full speed ahead - we start off with studies and research:

A wide range of interdisciplinary subjects is typical for the faculty. In addition, excellent technical equipment is offered from Pilot research facilities on an industrial scale up to the most modern laboratories. Large-scale research projects such as the Center for Innovation Competence ZIK Virthucon funded by the BMBF are close to industry and scientific competence. In addition, faculty scientists are involved in the DFG Collaborative Research Centers 799: Trip Matrix Composite and 920: Multifunctional Filters for Molten Metal Filtration.

Thanks to close cooperation with industrial companies, the students can complete insightful industry internships, but can also write their papers and even industry promotions there. So many get to know their future employer already in the practical semester or in the combination of internship and bachelor thesis. Through training at facilities close to the industrial scale, such as, for example, at a large-scale energy conversion facility or the crash and life span test area in the Process and Technology Development, early involvement in research takes place.

Excellent: quality seal and top rankings:

Quality seal of the faculty dayThe Faculty Day for Mechanical and Process Engineering (FTMV) has been awarding the faculty, the seal of approval of the FTMV for its services in research, teaching and organization for many years.

The regularly good results in CHE university rankings also confirm the Freiberg study's excellent quality of practice-oriented and research-oriented training at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Process Engineering and Energy Technology

News

awardees Anna Thielen and Dr.-Ing. Markus Buchmann with Prof. Fieback
B.Sc.-Student Anna Thielen and Dr.-Ing. Markus Buchmann have been awarded with the Heinrich-Schubert prize of the Faculty of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering of TU Bergakademie Freiberg. … weiterlesen

Product portfolio from research project BioMatUse
Recycling strategies for residues from agricultural production were developed by scientists from TU Bergakademie Freiberg, together with project partners in Vietnam and Germany. … weiterlesen

An additive manufactured Hairpin traction motor
Just three months after its founding, 3D Printing Start-up Additive Drives completes a seven-figure seed investment. The financing from Munich-based investor AM Ventures Holding GmbH is intended to further advance the market launch of additive-manufactured electric motor components. … weiterlesen

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

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