Here you can find the lates news about the science and business location of Dresden

20 December

German Research Foundation has granted funding for 3 Research Training Groups (RTG) at TU Dresden

The German Research Foundation (DFG) will fund three Research Training Groups, each for a period of 4.5 years. The Grants Committee approved a new RTG as well as two renewal proposals at the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Faculty of Computer Science. New RTG for Human-Technology-Design:...

19 December

Dresden on its way to becoming one of Europe’s leading Smart Cities

The European Commission recently awarded its tender to the “MAtchUP”1 project, selecting it as the flagship project of the “Smart Cities and Communities” initiative as part of the “Horizon 2020” research and innovation programme. Dresden joins Valencia (Spain) and Antalya (Turkey) as a trailblazer...

18 December

Heliatek: European research team achieves milestone in the laser structuring of organic solar cells

As part of the ALABO project, a research team has been working on the foundations for the next generation of organic solar cell encapsulation technology for the past three years. This month the research project has reached its completion, and it delivers impressive results. In order to interconnect solar...

12 December

Fraunhofer FEP and its industrial partner MICROOLED S.A.S. wins Franco-German business award

In her video interview for the Franco-German award in business (Deutsch-Französischen Wirtschaftspreis), German journalist Annette Gerlach describes the Franco-German collaboration as being like camembert on pumpernickel – the bringing together of characteristic ingredients from both countries to achieve a...

12 December

Volkswagen’s incubator programme: six innovative mobility start-ups move into Die Gläserne Manufaktur in Dresden

Volkswagen supports innovative business ideas for future mobility. Six young founder teams have recently been selected for the manufacturer’s “Future Mobility Incubator” start-up scheme. The winners were drawn at the international trade fair for semiconductor products, SEMICON EUROPE, in Munich, and in...

08 December

International team of scientists at the BIOTEChnology Center TU Dresden has developed ‘coalescent embedding’

An international team of scientists led by Dr. Carlo Vittorio Cannistraci, Junior Group Leader of the Biomedical Cybernetics lab at the BIOTEChnology Center TU Dresden, has developed ‘coalescent embedding’: a class of algorithms that leverage machine intelligence to retrieve the hidden geometrical rules that...

Excellence is the city‘s motto

Dresden’s success is based on key technologies including microelectronics, information-and-communications, new materials, photovoltaic and nanotechnology, and, life sciences and biotechnology. The interdisciplinary collaboration between businesses and research facilities helps move Dresden forward.