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    THE-Ranking: The University of Freiburg has been named one of the top ten German universities


    High scores for technology transfer, among other things

    Welcome dear first semester students!


    We are pleased that you have decided to study computer science or engineering and welcome you to the Faculty of Technology.

    11th DACH+ Conference on Energy Informatics 2022 in Freiburg, Germany


    Around 100 scientists discussed current topics in energy informatics in Freiburg

    Prof. Anke Weidlich becomes a member of the Federal Government's Expert Commission on Energy Transition Monitoring


    In summer, the Federal Cabinet approved Robert Habeck's appointment of four scientists for four years (1 July 2022 to 30 June 2026). Prof. Weidlich from INATECH is a new member.

    Unlocking human-like perception in self-driving vehicles


    Freiburg computer scientists make an important step towards advancing perception in complex urban environments

    Making solar cells commercially viable for everyday use


    Research group led by Juliane Borchert receives foundation funding for the further development of solar cells for vehicles, clothing and tents, for example

    ionysis GmbH – spin-off bringing hydrogen fuel cells to market maturity for heavy-duty commercial vehicles


    A team from the “Electrochemical Energy Systems” research area at the Laboratory for MEMS Applications and Hahn-Schickard in Freiburg has just founded “ionysis GmbH” to develop more efficient membrane electrode units for fuel...

    New Software Platform Advances Understanding of the Surface Finish of Manufactured Components


    Scientists develop platform that combines measurements of surface topography in a digital twin

    Anke Weidlich on the energy crisis in Europe


    In a series of video podcasts, Freiburg researchers will examine Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine from their different scientific perspectives

    "FreiPose" enables measurement of neuronal activity during the movement of individual body parts


    New tracking method captures 3D motion of body points and can factor out the influence of unwanted movement

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