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  • People Eighth edition of TUCtalk now online

    Chemnitz University Head of Press Mario Steinebach reports on special challenges in the university communication and curious situations

  • People More than just grand style

    Chemnitz University researcher Frank-Lothar Kroll examines Saxon’s rulers in ZDF documentary – airdate: July 16, 2017, 11.30 p.m.

  • People More Than Just Financial Assistance

    Marco Müller studies Lightweight Engineering at the TU Chemnitz and receives for the second time the Germany Scholarship

  • People The fun of thinking logically

    Mathematics student and Germany Scholarship holder Felix Harder has late discovered his mathematical talent, but today convinces with consistently good accomplishments

  • People Because of Love

    Sociology meets Production Technology: Mariana Mondragon Contreras, Student in the Master Program Management and Organisation Studies, from Mexico to Chemnitz via Munich

  • People Chemist with heart and soul

    TUC graduate Janine Jeschke was honored with the Eleonore-Dießner-Prize and the Chemiefonds Fellowship for her outstanding academic achievements

  • People Medicine and Efficiency

    TUC graduate Jennifer Hohmann investigated the tension between medical profession and management tasks and was subsequently awarded the Marie-Pleißner-Prize

  • People Interreligiosity can function

    Mirjam Stricker, TUC graduate, dealt in her thesis with Christian-Muslim encounters and was awarded with the Marie-Pleißner-Prize

  • People Shoes that impress

    TU graduate Jasmin Gaudel addressed in her degree thesis the subject of sports shoes, linking it to her doctoral degree and was recently awarded with the Marie-Pleißner-Prize

  • People Successful as a woman in a male domain

    TU graduate Verena Loeck had her passion for technology since her kindergarten days and was recently awarded with the Eleonore-Dießner-Prize 2014

  • People Freshman with 63

    Ullrich M. Rasche, a state certified hotel manager and chef, decided to study the course in European History after retirement

  • People Learning German as a matter of mind, heart and opera

    The South-African tenor Levy Sekgapane sings at the Chemnitz Opera House and learns German at TU Chemnitz at the Professorship of German as a Foreign/Second Language

  • People Pastor with Heart and Soul

    Since June 2014, Dr. Christoph Herbst is the new evangelical youth pastor at TU Chemnitz

  • People Football unites - including China, Saxony and Switzerland

    Jun Zhang, student of Computer Science at Technische Universität Chemnitz, analyzes avocationally football matches in Saxony for a Swiss company

  • People The love to mathematics

    Numbers, formulas, equations: insights into the work of the research assistant Franziska Nestler at the Faculty of Mathematics

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