Progress Report Archive

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

Archive of Progress Report

Progress Report 2017 2017 Summary by Executive Board, from page 4
Academic Affairs, from page 14
Honest insight - Degree taster - Journey into the future of technology - Thoughts control machines - Exceptional "Argonaut"- Ten years of Mundus Urbano - Printing in the third dimension - Launching careers - Courses offered by TU Darmstadt - Facts and figures
Research, from page 30
Of neutron stars and supercomputers - Enzymes for green chemisty - Mathematics and computer science - United against organised hackers - Three questions for Thomas Weitin - Serving the environment - Three questions for Susanne Lackner - From the insect and plant kingdom - Critical urban infrastructure - Tiny structures - Buttons from a printing machine - Perfectly insulated - Optimised technology - Top-Level Research
Focus on the young generation, from page 50
Cooperation and transfer, from page 60
Measuring heavy ions - Exciting matter - Tactile surgical robot - Applied cybersecurity - Researching transformation - Of cyber attacks and nanobodies - Perfect climate for start-ups - Global cooperation
Life on campus, from page 74
Buildings for the next decade - Karl Plagge House opended - Art and ability - Green meeting point - Changing the world, just like that - Facts and figures
Awards, from page 86
Honorary doctorate for Francesco Iachello - Positive signals from Brussels - Sponsor's motives - Presentable qualifications - Discovered after all this time - Humanitarian sign - Best choice - 450 years of storing knowledge Facts and figures
Progress Report 2016 2016 Summary by Executive Board, from page 4
Academic Affairs, from page 14
Best possible start - Successful operation - Starting your studies with a difference - A warm welcome - Young input - Joint pioneering work - The latest from the natural sciences - Acting responsibility - Courses offered by TU Darmstadt - Facts and figures
Research, from page 30
Strong collaborative research centres - LOEWE promotes excellence - Into and out of the city - Developing brain software - Turbo boost for broadband network - Gaps in the system - Aspects of health - Safe cars of the future - Orientation in the textual world - Responsive plastics - Sustainable construction and driving - State and society - Secure prospects - Better living and working conditions - Top-Level Research
Focus on entrepreneurial atmosphere, from page 52
Cooperation and transfer, from page 62
Driving energy research - Fit for Industry 4.0 - Efficient and low-emission flight - Hand in hand - Mobility of tomorrow - Terahertz waves and therapies - The world on a large and small scale - Good neighbours
Life on campus, from page 74
Student creativity - Wide awake - Flourishing landscapes - Mosaics shine once again - Art Forum opened - Course set - Staying healthy - Facts and figures
Awards, from page 86
Noble gesture - Architecture and education - Milestones in sight - Multiple awards - Generous foundation - Top performances - Closely linked - Excellent dissertations - Excellent reputation - Water is her element - Biologist, anatomist and artist - Facts and figures 102 Campus impressions
Progress Report 2015 2015 Summary by Executive Board, from page 6
Academic Affairs, from page 16
Marrying tradition with modernity - Well positioned - Inspiring locations - Guests from the United States - Synthetic biology practically applied - For the schools of tomorrow - A completely different take on maths - Thorough research - Intensive survey - Reaching for the stars - Orientation for refugees keen to learn - Courses offered by TU Darmstadt
Research, from page 34
Research funding - Cognitive expertise - Peering into the universe - The digital day to day - Driverless vehicles - Environmentally friendly mobility - Researching flight - Bio-research highlights - Digital navigation for the fire service - Efficient building protection - Interview with Tobias Meckel - Excellence in equality - Top-Level Research
University research profile, from page 54
Over the next five years, TU Darmstadt’s research profile will consist of six profile areas, all of which will be characterised by nationally and internationally visible expertise and a high degree of thematicrelevance to society and industry.
Knowledge and technology transfer, from page 64
High-performance research region - Diverse groups - Focus on SMEs - Strong partner in Israel - On the same wavelength - Frozen and split water - Biochemists with entrepreneurial genes - Construction and transport
Life on campus, from page 76
For the next generation - A life of music - International university groups - The mail has arrived - Going up against the competition
Awards, from page 88
Competence centre for cybersecurity - Jury unanimous - Interview with Paul Anastas - Double degree doctorate - Teaching excellence - To whom credit is due - Outstanding - Alumni and former staff members - The maximum - Truly magnificent volumes - Praise and prizes - Special achievements - Foundation Professorships