Tag: Civil Engineering

14. February 2022

Professor Antje Schwalb reappointed to expert panel Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources

20. January 2022

Structural Analysis Becomes Dynamic Professor Roland Wüchner is the new Head of the Institute of Structural Analysis and Dynamics

30. November 2021

The Future of the Urban Coastline Gabriel David on the new Junior Research Group "Future Urban Coastlines".

30. November 2021

Picture of the Month: Layer by layer to a steel structure From the Institute of Joining and Welding

25. November 2021

Architecture institutes help in the Eifel Students of TU Braunschweig support the renovation of a half-timbered house after the flood disaster

18. November 2021

Before the concrete cracks A short portrait of Athira Vadakkekkara from the Research Training Group 2075

Das Foto zeigt ein Haus mit Garten. Die Fassade ist verputzt und zweifarbig gestrichen. 17. November 2021

External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems in Wooden Construction Less testing and more knowledge enable innovation and sustainability in construction

2. November 2021

Welding with traffic running A short portrait of Florian Begemann from the Research Training Group 2075

26. October 2021

When the crack in the reinforced concrete becomes too wide A short portrait of Jonas Cramer from the Research Training Group 2075

25. October 2021

And always for science A laudation on the occasion of Professor Dieter Dinkler's farewell

19. October 2021

Keeping a close eye on the safety of bridges A short portrait of Johannes Rathgen from the Research Training Group 2075

12. October 2021

How long does a tired bridge last? A short portrait of Anzhi Wang from the Research Training Group 2075

5. October 2021

Resource-saving construction through restoration A short portrait of Stefan Ullmann from the Research Training Group 2075

1. October 2021

Picture of the month: The clay wall as an energy store From the Institute for Building Climatology and Energy in Architecture

30. September 2021

New construction: extremely light, extremely free, extremely printed Professor Dirk Lowke on a vision for the construction industry

30. September 2021

Lightweight concrete bridges from the 3D printer New process aims to save materials and enable complex geometries

29. September 2021

Between Ancient Egyptian Architecture and Lower Saxon Mansions Professor Ulrike Fauerbach is the new Head of the Institute for Building History

23. September 2021

Detecting damage to construction structures by vibrations A short portrait of Lukas Outzen from the Research Training Group 2075

20. September 2021

The “Seesen Quadriga” under the magnifying glass TU Braunschweig graduate wins the promotional prize of the Society for Construction History