"forschen" Archiv (englisch)

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

Archive of hoch³ FORSCHEN – science quarterly

hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 3/2016 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
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 3/2015 3/2015 Good idea, new company
Eco-friendly manufactured peptides
Complex simulations
Containing uncertainties using computational engineering
More than intelligent automotive technology
A synopsis of the future of autonomous driving
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 2/2015 2/2015 High Voltage Labs
Intercepting lightning safely and surely
Fluid System Technology
Energy from marine currents
Intelligent Autonomous Systems
Robots learn through imitation and self-improvement
Communications Technology
Maintaining a high-performing web
hoch3 FORSCHEN (English) 1/2015 1/2015 Aircraft technology
Taxiing quietly and efficiently to the runway
Lead-free material
Piezoelectric ceramics
Mathematical optimisation
Making natural gas grids efficient
Fire safety
Digital technology and models make buildings safer