"forschen" Archiv (englisch)

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

Archive of hoch³ FORSCHEN – science quarterly

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
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 2/2017 2/2017 Motor Drive
Options for the Diesel Engine
Simple Networks in Times of Crisis
Medical Engineering
Surgical Robots with a Deft Touch
Energy Distribution Networks
Sensitive Energy Cables in the Underground
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 1/2017 1/2017 Atomic Physics
The mystery of neutron stars
New standard for encrypted communications
Energy Technology
Coal-powered power stations are becoming more environmentally friendly
Material Sciences
Embossing nano structures in metals
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 4/2016 4/2016 Chemistry
Stimuli-responsive synthetic materials
Civil engineering
Geopolymers as an eco-friendly alternative to cement
Information technology
Data analyses for the humanities
Encrypting sensitive genome data
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 3/2016 3/2016 For the energy transition
High-performance compressor test facility
Cognitive science
The route to brain software
The automobile as a source of knowledge
Data mining for the automotive industry
Cyber security
Cryptography meets software engineering
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 2/2016 2/2016 Industrial sociology
Precarious employment for home care workers
Information technology
Secret background programs on websites
Communications engineering
Turbo for the broadband network
Energy science
New catalysts for fuel cells
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 1/2016 1/2016 Management
What makes enterprises with high futurability different?
Electrical Engineering
Sensors present opportunities in biomedical applications
Aircraft engines
Turbines on the test rig
Combustion technology
Maximum efficiency with simulation tools
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 4/2015 4/2015 Nuclear physics:
Radioactivity researchers discover new phenomenon
Shaping cells while viewing under a microscope
Reducing the risk of aircraft freezing up
Computational fluid dynamics:
Smoothing out turbulence