On Friday, 24 May 2019, a group of 5 students from the Institute for Mineral Processing Machines attended the 8th fellows meet-up of the AMUND Fördertechnik GmbH in Rheinberg. In addition to the current scholarship holders of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, an alumni of the TU Berlin as well as further scholars of the Koblenz University of Applied Sciences – under the direction of Prof. Detlev Borstell – took part in the meeting.
On 06 June 2019, the special colloquium of the IAM on the topic of “Selective Comminution – Improving Recovery and Concentrate Quality” will take place at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg as part of the 70th BHT – Freiberg University Forum.
Members of the Global Comminution Collaborative (GCC) such as Arno Kwade, Aubrey Mainza, Hakan Benzer, Indresan Govender, Malcolm Powell, Marcello Tavares, Paul Cleary, and other scientists from Bulgaria, Russia, and Germany will contribute to the high-profile program with insightful reports on their latest findings in this field of research.
The colloquium is also part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the institute.
5.00 am in the morning: departure from Freiberg…
At 5.00 am in the morning (it felt like shortly after midnight…), our bus was ready to go. Sponsored by the Association of Friends and Supporters of the Institute for Mineral Processing Machines, it brought a selected group of students – specializing in the fields of Mineral Processing Machines, Mining and Special Civil Engineering Machines, as well as other disciplines at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg – safely through all traffic jams in the Munich area and, with only a slight delay, eventually reached its destination: the exhibition grounds of the BAUMA 2019, the world’s leading trade fair for construction machinery, building material and mining machines, construction vehicles and equipment.
From 07 to 09 March 2019, the Institute for Mineral Processing Machines of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg will hold its annual Symposium on Mineral Processing in the Municipal Ceremonial Hall of Freiberg for the 14th time. More than 140 industry and business experts – among them machine manufacturers and operators, consultancies, and university researchers – are expected to attend this year’s event.
The Conti-E-Impulse Comminution (ELIZE) is a co-project worked on by the Institute for Mineral Processing Machines (TU Bergakademie Freiberg), the Endowed Chair of Construction Machines (TU Dresden), as well as the companies Haver Engineering GmbH, G.E.O.S. Ingeniergesellschaft mbH and Thomas Werner Industrielle Elektronik e.K.