Professorship of History of German Literature and Language at Chemnitz University of Technology whets appetite for journey to Vogtland region of pre-modern times - Multilingual cultural guide links tourist attractions, explains historical backgrounds
PD Dr. Hans-Reinhard Berger appointed honorary professor for outstanding achievements in research and teaching.
Lightweight Technologies laboratory building at the MERGE Research Centre at Chemnitz University of Technology completed - Free State of Saxony invested around 14.5 million euros, most of which came from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
Young scholars from Southeastern Europe cooperate in DAAD Digital Autumn School on the movement from uncertainty to confidence and trust in academic and journalistic writing
Researchers at Chemnitz University of Technology develop Ultra-wideband technology for precise indoor navigation even in complex buildings to market maturity
Institute for Print and Media Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology has further revolutionized the printing of paper loudspeakers - German government funded the project with around 1.4 million euros - Results now published in the renowned journal Advanced Materials
Short interview with US student includes personal impressions on Joe Biden's inauguration and the upcoming challenges - Online events from the Faculty of Humanities clarify political developments
Saxony Goes Global: Career Service Brings International Students Together Digitally with Regional Companies
On 2 February 2021, the Career Service at Chemnitz University of Technology invites you to the digital English-language networking event Saxony Goes Global. Above all, international students and alumni can meet employers from Saxony who are looking for international employees here
Study from Stanford examined the publications included in the SCOPUS literature database since 1960 - Bibliometrics expert Prof. Dr. Michael Schreiber attests to the high quality of analysis.
Researchers from Chemnitz and Dresden give an overview of challenging ways to produce tiny batteries for microelectronics in the journal Nature - Interdisciplinary courses of study and cooperation are gaining in importance.
At the beginning of the year, an Internet real estate portal compared the asking rents for apartments in major German cities - Chemnitz is the cheapest major rental city.
Chemnitz University of Technology part of research project consortium funded by the German Federal Ministry of Transport to study autonomous mobility in rural areas - Free transportation in parts of Upper Franconia beginning spring 2021
The application for doing a semester abroad with Erasmus during winter semester 2021/2022 and summer semester 2022 is still open until March 31, 2021
Professorship of Artificial Intelligence at the Chemnitz University of Technology is a project partner in BMBF-funded joint project for greater digital security in smart grids - contribution to greater social acceptance of AI solutions
Chemnitz University of Technology invites you to our Second Virtual Campus Days from 12 to 21 January 2021 - Prospective students can expect live chats, online consultations, info videos, virtual tours and much more
VDMA Prize for Best Master's Thesis in German Textile Mechanical Engineering 2020 awarded to graduate of the Department of Textile Technologies for developing a more effective knitting head for multicolored and complex-patterned textiles
Chemnitz University of Technology Awards Prizes for Outstanding Achievements in Teaching, Research, and Transfer as well as Special Prize for Special Voluntary Commitment
Innovative teaching concepts, successful project acquisition from DFG and industry funds, professional science communication, and successful introduction of continuing education courses as well as voluntary commitment in the Covid-19 pandemic were honored.
Bringing the world into your own four walls: International Office seeks more language coaches to help international students improve more than just their language skills - Positive feedback from summer semester spurs on program.
Saxon Ministry of Science supports Chemnitz University of Technology and Fraunhofer IWU Chemnitz in research on the use of hydrogen for mobility, industry, and heat as well as energy storage