From 03 – 08 June 2018, the Institute of Energy Process Engineering and Chemical Engineering (IEC) of the Technical University Mining Academy of Freiberg, together with the IEA Clean Coal Center in Great Britain, organized the International Freiberg Conference – IFC – on the subject of “Closing the carbon cycle”.
Interested readers will find a detailed report on the conference here (target page in German language).
On Saturday, 28 April 2018, the IEC was on site as part of the Ore Mountains Project at the 23rd Day of Renewable Energies and informed about its activities with various stalls. Interested visitors took the opportunity to inform themselves about the establishment of carbon cycles for the sustainable use of resources, possibilities for energy supply in the border area and the many different study opportunities at the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg (TUBAF).
A true highlight: The specially marked Segway parkour, which made the topic of electromobility an exciting experience for young and old alike. The day was rounded off by an informative lecture program that presented the attracted audience with an overview of the recycling possibilities of residual materials with the title “Too good to be burned – high-tech products made of plastic waste”.
For those who are interested in news on the topic:
How does process engineering shape the environment and our future?
Just click here… (target page in German language)
Good news for the environment from Freiberg: Plastic waste becomes raw material
We look forward to more exciting challenges.
Visit us at the CampusTag (open days) on 09 June 2018 in the technical multi-purpose hall in the Lampadiusstraße in Freiberg.