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4. October 2022 | Press release

Transgressing planetary boundaries: A crisis wake-up call for chemistry An international group of scientists propose how chemistry can limit excessive biogeochemical flows and achieve sustainability

4. October 2022 | Press release

The Mercury Secret in the Deep Sea TU Braunschweig scientist on Polarstern expedition

4. October 2022 | Magazine article

Setting off on a stormy research trip Dr Marta Pérez Rodríguez on her participation in the "Polarstern" expedition to South Georgia

4. October 2022 | Magazine article

Picture of the month: Five seconds of fog Precision wind measurements of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

1. October 2022 | Press release

Angela Ittel and Tanja Brühl Head TU9 TU9 Alliance of Leading Universities of Technology in Germany with dual leadership

30. September 2022 | Press release

Artificial Intelligence – Intelligent Art? TU Braunschweig: Conference on Human-Machine Interaction and Creative Practice

30. September 2022 | Magazine article

“A true highlight” The network meeting of holders of the Deutschlandstipendium and sponsors

30. September 2022 | Magazine article

The Week at TU Braunschweig │30.09.2022 Our Newsletter for all Employees

Dr. Yvonne A. Henze, Leiterin der Zentralen Studienberatung, begrüßte die Teilnehmenden des Orientierungsstudiums 2021/22. Bildnachweis: ZSB/TU Braunschweig 29. September 2022 | Magazine article

Try before you study! Orientation studies programme at TU Braunschweig end after four rounds

29. September 2022 | Magazine article

Of coyotes and humans Research for a better coexistence of humans and wildlife

28. September 2022 | Magazine article

New learning factory “Circular Battery Cell Production” comes to TU Braunschweig Learning environment for education and training being created for 3.7 million euros

28. September 2022 | Press release

DLR_Uni_Summer_School once again brings students from all over Germany into the air Promoting young talent with flight experiments and simulator flights

23. September 2022 | Magazine article

Saving energy – we are taking up the challenge! Tips for daily office life

23. September 2022 | Press release

This is how to get a last-minute study place at TU Braunschweig

23. September 2022 | Magazine article

The Week at TU Braunschweig │23.09.2022 Our Newsletter for all Employees

Bildnachweis: Dennis Ruth/TU Braunschweig 21. September 2022 | Magazine article

With distance to more safety in cycling Sandkasten project "OpenBikeSensor Braunschweig" is looking for students

Eine Gruppe Studierender posiert für ein Foto, im Hintergrund ist das Altgebäude der TU Braunschweig zu sehen. 21. September 2022 | Magazine article

The adventure of studying abroad New support programme for international students

Professorin Tatjana Schneider sitzt in ihrem Büro. 21. September 2022 | Magazine article

“Internationality must become integral part of the way we work” Interview with Vice President Professor Tatjana Schneider

Dossiers

Cluster of Excellence: SE²A

„Sustainable and Energy Efficient Aviation“ (SE²A) deals with the challenge of making future air traffic energy efficient while simultaneously meeting the competing demands for continuous growth and environmental sustainability. SE²A involves the TU Braunschweig, the German Aerospace Center, Leibniz Universität Hannover, the Braunschweig University of Art and the National Metrology Institute of Germany. The Cluster of Excellence is part of the joint research area “Mobility”.

Cluster of Excellence: “QuantumFrontiers”

"QuantumFrontiers" is dedicated to the fundamentals of quantum and nanometrological phenomena in order to achieve precision at the limits of measurability through quantum technologies. QuantumFrontiers involves TU Braunschweig, Leibniz Universität Hannover and the National Metrology Institute of Germany. The Cluster of Excellence is part of the research focus "Metrology".

Acht mal acht mikroskopische LEDs leuchten hell in cyan. Bei dem Chip für Quantencomputer wären lediglich feine Lichtstrahlen erkennbar.

On the way to quantum computing: Quantum Valley Lower Saxony

The research alliance "Quantum Valley Lower Saxony" bundles the expertise of more than 400 scientists with one goal: A quantum computer by the year 2025. The TU Braunschweig is primarily involved with the research focus Metrology, the Cluster of Excellence QuantumFrontiers and the Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology (LENA).