Published on Thu, 19 Jul 2018
The Ferroelectric Memory Company (FMC), an enterprise founded by the cfaed-partner NaMLab gGmbH, announced the closing of a 4.6 million euros growth financing led by eCapital and High-Tech Gründerfonds. The FMC solves one of the most important hardware challenges in the age of Internet-of-Things - cost effective embedded nonvolatile memory solutions for microcontrollers.
Read more … Growth Financing for FMC
Published on Tue, 17 Jul 2018
It’s not always about science – in this spirit we are launching our new interview series “10 (Beyond) Science Facts.” We will be interviewing our Principal Investigators, investigators as well as Research Group Leaders and asking them ten sometimes unexpected and personal questions... Do you think that our researchers have always been pursuing the career path of a scientist? Are you sure that you know your group leader well? Would you like to get helpful career advice from someone with a great deal of experience? In the weeks ahead, we are thus presenting a small series of these Q&A’s so you can get to know our scientists better. Stay tuned!
With the first Q&A episode, we would like to introduce our Principal Investigator, Prof. Brigitte Voit to you. Enjoy reading!
Read more … New Q&A Series: 10 (Beyond) Science Facts
Published on Tue, 03 Jul 2018
Congratulations to the cfaed Orchestration Path Co-Leader and Principal Investigator Prof. Jochen Fröhlich for being awarded the "Prize for Innovation in Teaching" of the TU Dresden Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering! The prize was handed over at the occasion of the Faculty Day, on June 16.
The prize is based on students's decision and recognizes the commitment of the awardee and his team to vivid and innovative teaching.
Published on Fri, 29 Jun 2018
This week, from June 26 to 29, the Graphene Conference takes place in Dresden which is co-organized by cfaed Chair for Molecular Functional Materials, Prof. Xinliang Feng. One of the quests at this conference were Canadian delegation members. They visited the conference in the framework of their cooperation work with Saxony’s successful high-tech network Silicon Saxony. During this visit, the representatives of both sides had the opportunity to exchange their views on the locations of Saxony and Canada and possible cooperations for the future.
Please follow the link to read more.
Published on Tue, 26 Jun 2018
On Wednesday, June 27th, Nobel Laureate in Physics Serge Haroche will talk in a public lecture about his experiments on light and matter.
Serge Haroche will talk about the interplay of light and matter on 27th June. At 7 p.m., the French quantum physicist will complete this year's lecture series "Nobel Laureates at TU Dresden" in the Central Lecture Hall with his lecture: "Juggling with atoms and photons in cavity: from fundamental tests to quantum metrology".
Read more … Nobel Laureate Serge Haroche about Light and Matter at TU Dresden on 27th June
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