The Technische Universität Dresden is part of the Excellence Initiative - an alliance for excellence in research and culture. Learn more about the Excellence Initiative, the TU Dresden and its strategic local partners.

The co-operation of all DRESDEN-concept partners is aimed at the development and use of synergies in research, education, infrastructure, and administration.

Germany’s Excellence Strategy is entering a new round. The DRESDEN-concept partners are involved in all successful excellence clusters of the TU Dresden.

DDc Genome Center will be a new Competence Centre for High-Throughput Sequencing by the German Research Foundation (DFG)

Great success for DRESDEN-concept: The German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved funding for the Genome Center, established in 2013, as one of four Competence Centres for High-Throughput Sequencing. The DFG announced its decision on 16th March 2018. It will be equipped with “Next Generation Sequencing” technology (NGS for short) and will receive a total of 14 million EURO in funding for an...[more]

A First in the German Research Landscape - An internal partnership under civil law between TU Dresden and the Max Planck Institute enables the use of research synergies

The signatures of the Rector of TU Dresden and the Managing Director of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG) made the internal partnership under civil law (German: BGB-Innengesellschaft) for the joint creation and operation of the DRESDEN-concept Genome Center (DCGC) official. This internal partnership represents a novel form of cooperation in the German...[more]

Human chain around the city centre

On 13th February - the anniversary of Dresden’s destruction 73 years ago - the citizens commemorate the victims of war. An important part of this annual event is the formation of a human chain around the city centre. The human chain is both an appeal for non-violence, for humanity and for peace as well as a symbolic protection against the misappropriation of the commemorations by radical...[more]

DRESDEN-concept welcomes 400 new international guest scientists

For the first time, on 11 January, DRESDEN-concept (DDc) organised a reception for international guest scientists. On the guest list were those who have joined one of the DRESDEN-concept institutions within the past two years. The scientists were welcomed by the Chairman of the Research Alliance, Prof. Hans Müller-Steinhagen; the Head of Dresden State Art Collections (SKD), Prof. Marion...[more]

The Dresden research alliance continues to grow

Two new partners join DRESDEN-concept: The Dresden research landscape is growing dynamically, which is reflected in the strong and continuing interest in the DRESDEN-concept (DDc) research alliance. From January 2018, the Technische Sammlungen Dresden (Technical Collections Dresden) and the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden (Dresden Academy of Fine Arts - HfBK) will be members of the...

Prof. Lasagni awarded with Materials Science and Technology Prize 2017

Prof. Andrés Lasagni from the Institute of Manufacturing Engineering at the “Technische Universität Dresden” and head of the “Center for Advanced Micro-Photonics (CAMP)” at the Fraunhofer IWS received the Materials Science and Technology Prize 2017. Every two years the Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS) awards the prize to young European materials scientists whose research work...[more]

Neighbours as research partners - Science Unlimited DRESDEN-concept establishes closer links to the Wrocław science landscape

The DRESDEN-concept (DDc) science exhibition continues its international tour. Today, the exhibi-tion was opened at Plac Solny (Salt Market), one of the most central squares in Wrocław. It will inform the city residents and visitors about the Dresden science landscape for the next three weeks. [more]

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