Selected articles


More mobility in the suburban area

The KoGoMo project is testing a sustainable transport concept

Implants for cancer patients

An implanted device is intended to help monitor tumor activity in real time.
[Translate to English:] Tumor-Implantat

A green course for the last mile

Making deliveries climate-neutral and sustainable

Drinking water - clean, refreshing and healthy!

A close look at water quality

Planning the future with climate models

The TU initiative "Climate Informed Engineering" brings together climate research and engineering sciences.

Digitalised fruit cultivation

With the help of artificial intelligence, a TU project aims to provide sustainable support for regional fruit growing.

New online learning platform on green technol

The TU Institute for Technical Education and University Didactics offers online courses on sustainable development to accompany your studies.

The future of the Elbe

How can the consequences of storms and rising water levels resulting from climate change in the tidal Elbe be minimised? The TU Institute of Hydraulic Engineering is investigating this for several time horizons up to 2200.

Passion for the eternal ice

A TU scientist is researching the significance of sea ice for the construction of ships and how their construction must adapt to climate change in the Arctic.

Interview with Prof Martin Kliesch: Quantum computing

A conversation about qubits, waves and the passion for the research field and possibilities for future applications