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TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Dezernat 2

Logo TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Dezernat 2
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Topic: R&D Collaboration Pavilion
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Forschung für die Zukunft

Company Data

Technische Universität
Bergakademie Freiberg
Dezernat 2 Studium und Forschung

Akademiestr. 6
09599 Freiberg
Germany
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Fax: +49 3731 393741

Contact(s)

Mr. Prof. Dr. Dirk C. Meyer
Hochschullehrer
Mr. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Jung
Hochschullehrer
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Facts

Type of company
University/Institute of higher education

Year founded
1765

Company profile

Four core fields - geo, material, energy, environment - thereby give the oldest existing mining science university in the world a unique and unmistakable profile as the university of resources. Scientists and students from all research areas actively work together in these four areas. Strong partners from the industry are always by their side. Therefore, the TU Bergakademie Freiberg also ranks amongst the ten strongest research universities in Germany due to third-party funding per professor and occupies the top position in the new federal states. As the university of resources, the TU Bergakademie Freiberg extensively takes the saving of raw material in particular into account, according to the sustainability concept which was coined by the Freiberg head mining administrator Carl von Carlowitz in 1713.

Products

PYROGEN - HEAT to HYDROGEN

Converting low-temperature waste heat into hydrogen by using pyroelectric materials is the novelty of this demonstrator built by the team of the Institute of Experimental Physics. About one third of global primary energy is lost as waste heat below 120 °C. The demonstrator can recover the lost energy ...read more

Mining-RoX

The «Mining-RoX» project investigates applications of autonomous robots in underground mining. The goal is the development of mobile robot technology to facilitate the autonomous exploration of underground mines, e.g. for providing detailed 3D scans and monitoring of environmental conditions, such as ...read more

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