Tag: Electrical Engineering

12. May 2022

Studying sustainability: New technologies and more impact assessment New Bachelor's programme follows desire for more climate and environmental protection topics in the curriculum

12. May 2022

A future without fossil fuels TU Braunschweig on the road to greater sustainability

18. March 2022

Research cooperation in war TU Braunschweig supports partner university in Kiev

9. December 2021

Booster for collaborative quantum computer development New ATIQ project funded by the Federal Ministry of Research has a total volume of 44.5 million Euros

4. October 2021

Tokyo and Braunschweig conduct joint research on qubit control Quantum computing collaboration between the Institute of CMOS Design and Keio University

1. September 2021

First quantum computer to be unveiled in 2025 TU Braunschweig significantly involved with quantum and nanotechnologies

25. August 2021

Electromobility: Inductive Charging instead of Cable Clutter TU Braunschweig develops wireless charging technology for electric vehicles in delivery services

29. July 2021

Spotlight: Faculty visits 2 – Team spirit in electrical engineering, information technology, physics The President's topics and appointments

1. July 2021

Picture of the Month: The quadrature of lightning From the elenia Institute for High Voltage Technology and Power Systems

16. April 2021

Master in Quantum Technologies A degree program at the center of the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony.

9. February 2021

Out of Balance Homeo-brain" project explores disruption of brain cell homeostasis

Zwölf Mikro-LED-Chips auf einem Wafer. Genau so werden die späteren Bausteine für Quantencomputer aussehen 1. December 2020

Picture of the month: Biscuits for Quantum Computers From the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony

Mit Kalilauge geätzte Finnen aus Galliumnitrid 1. October 2020

Picture of the Month: Etched Topographic Map in Gallium Nitride Submitted by the Institute of Semiconductor Technology

24. August 2020

Superconducting Sensors for the Fastest Computer Chips in the World Interview with a large-scale instrument: The Terahertz Microscope

21. August 2020

Of Magnetic Moments and Iron Oxide Short portrait of Tamara Kahmann from the NanoMet Research Training Group

23. July 2020

Enthusiasm for Electrical Engineering Master student Julius Ritter answers questions about his studies

23. July 2020

From Zero to Terahertz in Three Years A short portrait of Marco Tollkühn from the NanoMet Research Training Group

2. December 2019

Picture of the month: 3D Printed Nutcracker From the Institute for Electrical Measurement Science and Fundamental Electrical Engineering

20. November 2019

3D Printed Optics Additive manufacturing of components for the manipulation of terahertz radiation