Published on Thu, 06 Oct 2022
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Turning it downside up: Novel, network-dynamic planning approach for urban bike path infrastructure enables demand-driven design of cycling networks by reversing the usual approach. The new concept could improve the bike-friendliness of cities - and thus their sustainability and climate footprint.In surveys, a large majority of respondents usually agree that cycling can make a significant contribution to reducing greenhouse gases and to sustainable transport, especially in densely populated areas. In contrast, for many countries in reality there is a large gap between desired and actual numbers. In Germany, for example, only 20% of the short-distance of everyday trips in residential environments are covered by bicycle.
Read more … Good planning gets the bike rolling
Published on Wed, 17 Aug 2022
Andrés Goens, a former member of the CC Chair (2014-2021), has been awarded the “Cloud & Heat Dissertationspreis” for his thesis “Improving Model-based Software Synthesis”. Andrés’ thesis encompasses much of his work at the CC Chair, including 25 different co-authored publications during his PhD research time at the chair. As the title suggests, it deals with model-based software synthesis, one of the main areas of research at our chair. The Cloud & Heat prize is awarded to outstanding doctoral dissertation work at TU Dresden.
Read more … Cloud & Heat Dissertationspreis for Andrés Goens!
Published on Wed, 10 Aug 2022
Around 120 young people from Ukraine are currently studying at TU Dresden and many more Ukrainian students have applied for a place to study in Dresden for the coming winter semester. In order to give them a good start, the TUD's Deutschlandstipendium, with its DUAStip Challenge fundraising campaign, aims to provide around 20 scholarships for students affected by the war in Ukraine from October 2022.
Read more … Fundraising campaign: The Deutschlandstipendium collects for students from Ukraine - please donate!
Published on Tue, 12 Jul 2022
At the start of the Long Night of Science, we held our award ceremony for this year's cfaed Scientific Image Contest. Now we can publicly announce the winners!
Congratulations go to:
1st place: Reshma Raveendran (Chair of Organic Devices)Title: Colourful Coral Reef(10 points)
2nd place: Malte Schröder (Chair of Network Dynamics)Title: Where The Lines Overlap(5 points)
3rd place: Preetam Dacha (Chair of Organic Devices)Title: Eukaryotic Cell(3 points)
Read more … The winners of the cfaed Scientific Image Contest 2022 have been announced!
Last Friday, the extremely popular Long Night of Science (Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften) finally took place again in Dresden, when countless research institutions open their laboratories and let the young and old participate in the diversity of their research topics. The central closing event of the #LNdWDD (with 32.000 visitors!) was a big Science Slam in the almost full Audimax of the TU Dresden. The 6 participants, 5 of them scientists on early career stages and one professor, who did not take part in the competition, are doing research in different fields such as chemistry, biology, physics or traffic science.
The participant from cfaed, Charlotte Lotze (Chair of Network Dynamics), bridges the last two topics: Based on physics, Charlotte is investigating a traffic-related topic in her PhD thesis.
Read more … Congratulations: Charlotte Lotze wins Science Slam at the Long Night of Science!
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