29. November 2023 | Magazine article

Biotechnology Meets Ethics Interdisciplinary exchange on the importance of metaphors in science

28. November 2023 | Magazine article

From Richard Wagner to Indiana Jones Andrea Schindler is the new Professor of German Medieval Studies

28. November 2023 | Magazine article

On the way to the (almost) perfect material cycle TU Braunschweig tests new PET recycling process

28. November 2023 | Magazine article

Georg Kerschensteiner Award for Professor Rainer Müller Physics didactics prize from the German Physical Society goes to TU Braunschweig

27. November 2023 | Magazine article

The Language Centre celebrates its 50th anniversary "Multilingualism is a huge benefit"

Porträtfoto von Carolin Ritter 26. November 2023 | Magazine article

From Germany to New Zealand and back Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Educator Carolin Ritter on her work in two countries

24. November 2023 | Magazine article

The Week at TU Braunschweig │24.11.2023 Our Newsletter for all Employees

24. November 2023 | Press release

A new era in sustainable construction Research network on 3D printing in construction enters second funding phase

24. November 2023 | Press release

Braunschweig’s telecommunications technology wins three awards DVB, 6G, AI: Specialist organisation honours TU Braunschweig scientists for pioneering communications and broadcasting technology

TU Professor Anne Paschke was elected as an expert to the Commission on Concentration in the Media (KEK) for five years. Photo credits: Max Fuhrmann/TU Braunschweig 24. November 2023 | Magazine article

“Now it’s up to practice to fill in the legal framework and bring it to life” Prof. Anne Paschke on legal issues in autonomous driving

24. November 2023 | Press release

Excellent mobility and energy research at the TU Braunschweig Minister of Science Mohrs learns about Future Mobility Hub

24. November 2023 | Press release

Student House: Award for “feather-light” construction BDA Lower Saxony Prize goes to new TU Braunschweig building

Gruppenfoto der Delegation des Taiwan Tech mit Vertreter*innen der TU Braunschweig. 24. November 2023 | Magazine article

High-ranking delegation from the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology visited TU Braunschweig Joint seed funding call open until 31 December

23. November 2023 | Press release

How plants reduce stress Braunschweig researchers discover new hormone signalling pathway

23. November 2023 | Press release

Lower Saxony Science Prize for Professor Franziska Neumann and Antonia Schultz Recognised for outstanding commitment to research and volunteering

23. November 2023 | Press release

275 Years of Future: Jubilee Celebrations at Braunschweig University Library

21. November 2023 | Magazine article

“#Bring Your Own” on TU Braunschweig’s Campus Packaging waste affects us all

21. November 2023 | Magazine article

How to Make the Campus Climate-Friendly Students share their visions for the University Campus


Autonomous Mobility

AI, sensor technology, safety and risk communication, new drive technologies and changes in mobility law and the world of work – these are just some of the fields of work in which TU Braunschweig is conducting research on autonomous driving. Here we provide an insight into projects and results.

SFB/TRR277 AMC: The Challenge of Large Scale

The Collaborative Research Centre/Transregio TRR 277 Additive Manufacturing in Construction (AMC) of TU Braunschweig and TU Munich aims with its basic research on additive manufacturing to significantly shape the digitalization of construction. Within the levels of materials and processes, computer-aided modelling, control, planning and construction, the AMC investigates resource- and energy-efficient as well as sustainable, recyclable and digital construction. Through innovative 3D printing methods, materials, processes and optimized design are completely rethought. The AMC is part of the Core Research Area "Future City".

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).

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".

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”.