"The planned cultural events will not only attract external visitors, but will also contribute to a revitalization of everyday life"
An interview with Prof. Dr. Henning Laux about the development opportunities for the city of Chemnitz through the Capital of Culture title and why the city and university can benefit from it in the long term
From 10 to 12 November 2020, the International University Center (IUZ) is organizing a virtual information fair on studying abroad together with national and international guests
Chemnitz University of Technology supported the application of the city of Chemnitz with all its strength - President Prof. Dr. Gerd Strohmeier thanks all those who contributed to it with numerous initiatives.
Saxony's Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer, University President Prof. Dr. Gerd Strohmeier, the Mayor-Elect of Chemnitz Sven Schulze and other players faced questions from an international jury about Chemnitz’s application - The decision on the title will be made on 28 October 2020
Our alumnus Christian Nedjalkow is currently based in London and works for a company which offers a video solution for internal Learning and Development as well as for meeting capture.
On 28 October 2020, the decision as to who will be named European Capital of Culture 2025 will be made - The university supports the city of Chemnitz’s application with all its might
Why should Chemnitz be the Capital of Culture 2025? International students and researchers give answers in the video.
Chemnitz University of Technology sets an example for diversity and cosmopolitanism in the course of the city’s application for the Capital of Culture.
Prospective students can find answers to many questions about the start of the winter semester in a special FAQ section - The period for enrolment in free-admission programs has been extended to October 23, 2020
From 2 to 6 November 2020, the first online health week at Chemnitz University of Technology will take place with numerous programs for employees
If you want to check off one or two items on your shopping list, you don’t have to drive to the gas station anymore - thanks to two students Chemnitz possesses a Späti since October 2020, telephone service inclusive.
Digital kick-off marks beginning of the EU project CENTAUR aimed at developing innovative materials for high-temperature applications in the aerospace and automotive industries at Chemnitz University of Technology
Karen Roemer obtained her PhD at the Institute of Sport Science at Chemnitz University of Technology in 2004. Today, she is an Associate Professor at Central Washington University and their Integrative Human Physiology Program Director. She talks about her experiences as a faculty member in both the U.S. and Germany and her research on the physics of human movements
Test cycle paths in Chemnitz via app and survey on cycle path design wishes - Project NUMIC from Chemnitz University of Technology, City of Chemnitz and Fraunhofer IAO enters the next phase
On 1 October 2020, four new professors were appointed to Chemnitz University of Technology by the President
Chemnitz University of Technology Library opens on 1 October 2020 after almost five years of construction
New "Palace of Knowledge" in the center of Chemnitz
International and EFRE-supported project IKON expands network and offers transfer services for science and economy
Chemnitz Professor of Computer Science Janet Siegmund shows new approaches to Open Science - Distinguished Paper Award at one of the most important software engineering conferences
Prof. Dr. Klaus Banert, who held the Professorship of Organic Chemistry since 1993, died on 19 September 2020
Researchers from the Faculty of Economics at Chemnitz University of Technology and the FSEG at the University of Sfax in Tunisia approached cultural differences in tax morale and the tendency to shift profits - the focus was also on intercultural exchange