"forschen" Archiv (englisch)

Publikationen der TU Darmstadt und Publikationen, die die TU im Inhalt haben

Archive of hoch³ FORSCHEN – science quarterly

hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 2/2019 2/2019 Nuclear Physics:
Slower beta decays in atomic nuclei
Computer Science:
Simulation of neuronal networks
Political Science:
Climate-protection in tandem with the global South
Electrical Engineering:
New methods in the field of light microscopy
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 1/2019 1/2019 Energy systems and Power engineering
Upgrade for climate protection
Materials Science
Electronic components in action
City without barriers
Mechanical engingeering:
The road to the car with a true environmental profile
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 4/2018 4/2018 Biology and algorithms
The virtual cancer patient
Images of Masculinity in the Vegan Era
Materials science
Storing energy by water splitting
Information technology
Transactions via blockchains in real-time
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 3/2018 3/2018 Chemistry
New materials with surprising ease
Information science
Fishing for substance on the internet digitally
Wastewater technology
The dangers of microplastic in waters
Production of sexual attractants strengthens crop protection
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 2/2018 2/2018 Practice transfer
Hydraulic engineers develop steps for fish
Basic research
The forces at the core of atoms
Challenge feeding the world
Artificial Intelligence helps agriculture
Machine construction and the treasure of satellite data
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 1/2018 1/2018 Applied Geosciences
Artificial groundwater augmentation
Didactics of Technology Education
Digitalisation in vocational colleges
Functional coatings and “switchable“ foams
Substance against obesity
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 4/2017 4/2017 Cybersecurity
Well organised to defeat hacker networks
Concrete and Masonry Structures
Economical und climate-political perspectives
Computer Science
By means of adaptive algorithms to the maximum picture information
Enzyme Research
New biocatalysts are improving Green Chemistry
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 3/2017 3/2017 Biophysics
Stop and Go in the ionic channel
Wastewater technology
Secure the worldwide no. 1 natural resource
Diesel engine
More precise measuring technology for catalysts
Machine construction
Sensitive door-opening buttons from a printer