Research

We conduct cutting-edge research – in our core research areas of mobility, engineering for health, city of the future and nano-measurement technology and beyond! Learn more about projects, results and backgrounds.

20. June 2022

Flying through turbulence undisturbed Dr André Bauknecht heads the Junior Research Group "Flow Physics of Load Reduction" in the Cluster of Excellence SE²A

20. June 2022

Postdoc Day 2022 Arriving and networking at TU Braunschweig

13. June 2022

TU Braunschweig on 216 pages New research catalogue published

8. June 2022

Asphalt anti-aging Scientists from Braunschweig and Swansea extend life of road surfaces with nanoparticles

1. June 2022

Picture of the Month: False colours in the UV-LED From the Institute of Semiconductor Technology

31. May 2022

Reboot: Research Funding Network starts up again Experienced colleagues offer support during the application process

Professorin Julia Schöll untersucht in ihrem Forschungsprojekt, wie sich Literatur im öffentlichen Raum inszeniert und wie sie sich mit dem Zustand der Gesellschaft auseinandersetzt. Bildnachweis: Ingo Foertsch 17. May 2022

Literature creates reality Professor Julia Schöll on the "Gegenwartspoetiken – Literatur im öffentlichen Raum" project

12. May 2022

Mail from … Santa Barbara PhD student Fabian Kleischmann reports on his research stay in the USA

3. May 2022

Realistic automotive testing at low temperatures and extreme climatic conditions Introducing the new climatic AWD dynamometer at NFF

1. May 2022

Picture of the month: Urban Street Networks for people From the SpACE Lab at ISU – Institute for Sustainable Urbanism

20. April 2022

Design and Research On the colour design of scientific publications

Kolja Meyer heads the Junior Research Group "Urban Flows and Production". Picture credits: Martin David/TU Braunschweig 20. April 2022

“My vision for the city: living, working, producing, relaxing” Kolja Meyer on the Junior Research Group "Urban Flows and Production"

Close-up of a piece of fabric measuring about four by two centimeters, located at various points on the inside of a so-called ECG T-shirt. Photo: Markus Hörster/TU Braunschweig 1. April 2022

Picture of the Month: ECG T-Shirts From the Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics

31. March 2022

Red and green zones make isolation ward safer Dr. Wolfgang Sunder from the Institute of Construction Design, Industrial and Health Care Building on infection prevention through architecture

29. March 2022

Minister of Economics Althusmann visited the NFF "Institutions like the NFF are crucial for the competitiveness of our state"

16. March 2022

An invitation to join the Tsa Tsa ritual Living with Yak Herders in Tibet, Part 3: 1,000 clay tablets for a deceased person

9. March 2022

Alternative materials for lithium-ion batteries Researchers from Braunschweig and Kyoto investigate ageing and stability of energy storage devices

Scan eines Bodenradars aus dem Institut für mobile Maschinen und Nutzfahrzeuge. Bildnachweis: IMN/TU Braunschweig 1. March 2022

Picture of the Month: Navigation System for Mobile Robots From the Institute for Mobile Machines and Commercial Vehicles

23. February 2022

Butter tea, ba and dung walls Living with Yak Herders in Tibet, Part 2: Daily life