Invitation to the 4th Faculty General Assembly on 01.06.2022

The Faculty Management cordially invites all students and staff to the fourth Faculty General Assembly of the Faculty of Transport Sciences “Friedrich List” on Wednesday, 1 June 2022, 13:00 to 15:00 in POT 81.

The focus this year will be on the topics of teaching and student numbers. After brief impulses, there will be three interactive topic stands. Here, students will have the opportunity to talk with employees and staff of the dean’s office and explain their ideas, wishes and visions on the topics.

Agenda itemResponsible person
BegrüßungProf. Günther Prokop
Vorstellung der neuen ProfessorenProf. Günther Prokop
Bericht zum aktuellen Stand von Berufungen & Forschung Prof. Günther Prokop,
Prof. Regine Gerike
Impulse zur Qualtät der Lehre &
zur Studiengangsentwicklung &
zum Studierendenmarketing
Studiendekane (Prof. Hirte & Prof. Michler) mit Konstantin Thieme
Prof. Arnd Stephan mit Anke Richter-Baxendale
Interaktive Themenstände:
1. Qualität der Lehre – Top oder Flop?
2. Studierendenmarketing – Mit Vollgas oder Handbremse?
3. Unsere Studiengänge – Noch zeitgemäß? 

Prof. Georg Hirte mit Anett Ludwig Prof.
Arnd Stephan mit mit Anke Richter-Baxendale

Prof. Oliver Michlermit Konstantin Thieme  
Ausblick und VerabschiedungProf. Günther Prokop

We look forward to numerous participants.

Invitation to the “hunt for Mr. X”

We want to use the lecture-free Dies academicus (Wed, 18.05.) for a Mr. X/Mrs. Y round. In groups we will chase the group around Mr. X/Mrs. Y using regular public transport directions. This is a good opportunity to get to know fellow students or other people at the university as well as the Dresden public transport network.

Meeting point and registration is at 11 am at the FSR office (POT/12). You can come alone or in groups of up to 6 people. The end is planned for about 5 pm.

Due to the mask requirement, please remember to bring an FFP2 mask for the trips on public transport.

In the following, we have already written down the course of the game and the rules for your information, as well as attached the prepared line network map. But don’t worry: we will explain everything again on the 18th before the game starts…

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Case Study with DB Management Consulting on 18.5.22 at 3 p.m.

Would you like to immerse yourself in the day-to-day work of an in-house consultant and learn more about Deutsche Bahn’s top projects?
Then join us for a case study with DB Management Consulting.

You will also get to know the DBMC team personally over coffee and snacks, expand your career network and ask all your questions about starting a career in in-house consulting.

  • When: 18 May at 3 pm
  • Where: Potthoff Building, Room 161
  • Registration until 17.5. 9.30 a.m.: https://tud.link/c9zd

The Career Service and DBMC look forward to seeing you!

Survey on study programmes in the field of transport

The Academy for Sustainable Road and Transport Engineering is conducting a survey on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV) to develop new study programmes in the field of civil engineering and transport in order to counter the shortage of skilled workers in Germany.

The study programmes should be future-oriented and focus on sustainability, meet the ever-increasing requirements, for example the linking of technical with digital issues, and more strongly promote the integration of international students.

To make this possible, all students of our faculty are asked to participate in the following anonymous online survey (it takes about 10 minutes to complete).
The survey results will be presented on 7 July at the FTBGU Faculty Day.

You can find the survey here: akademie.lamapoll.de/Studis.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Academy for Sustainable Roads and Transport.
Thank you for your support.

Railway station tour of the Verkehrte Welt on 16.06.2022

Verkehrte Welt, in cooperation with DB Station & Service, is once again offering all interested students a guided tour of Dresden Central Station. The current date is Thursday 16.06.2022 at 14:00, but this may be postponed again due to the pandemic. The tour lasts about three hours and is free of charge. We will meet at the main entrance (at the tram stop of lines 3 and 8) in the large hall, commonly known as “under the rope”. As we also want to climb the roof of the main station, the tour is unfortunately not barrier-free.

Due to a limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register at https://bildungsportal.sachsen.de/opal/auth/RepositoryEntry/28489023488/CourseNode/1636947258228962006?5.

RepairCafé opens on the TUD campus on 17 May

If the household appliance no longer works or sewing work is needed, a visit to the first RepairCafé on the main campus of TU Dresden on 17 May can help. The self-help workshop will be open that day between 5 and 7:30 p.m. and will help those seeking help to make defective devices – hopefully – functional again under the guidance of tech-savvy volunteers. 

The RepairCafé is the kick-off for repair events that will now take place regularly at the SLUB Makerspace in the DrePunct Library (Zellescher Weg 17 in the BZW). Not only the volunteers of the RepairCafé Dresden/Freital initiative as well as many volunteers from the TUD cosmos provide support, but also the SLUB employees with knowledge and equipment from 3D printers to sewing machines. Anyone is welcome who would like to be supported and advised on repairs free of charge.

In addition to repairing, the café character will not be neglected. Coffee and cake are available for refreshment and conversation. It would be nice to register for the RepairCafé so that the Green Office knows what equipment is needed, but spontaneous participants are also welcome. You can register online at: https://tu-dresden.de/tu-dresden/umwelt-und-klima/greenoffice/anmeldung-repaircafe or by calling the TU Dresden Green Office at 0351-463 33037.

Passenger transport on the VVO Semesterticket in May 2022

In May 2022, in the evenings and at weekends, it will be possible to have another person (and up to four pupils up to their 15th birthday) travel free of charge on the semester ticket. This regulation only applies within the VVO, unfortunately it is not possible outside the VVO.

You can find more information on the StuRa website at: https://www.stura.tu-dresden.de/aktuelles/220421_personenmitnahme_beim_semesterticket_im_vvo_im_mai_22

Appointment committee for rail vehicle technology to be filled – Stugakos still wanted

Two student representatives and one student substitute representative [m,w,d] are being sought for the appointment committee of the professorship for rail vehicle technology (successor to Prof. Löffler). Registration is possible here: http://tud.link/hb0s. The delegation will take place at the FSR meeting on 02.05.2022.

We are also still looking for student programme coordinators for LuLo, VWI Ba, VWI Ma and BSI. Further information in german is available here: https://fsr-verkehr.de/weiterhin-stugakos-fuer-vwi-lulo-und-bsi-gesucht/. Enrolment is also possible in the OPAL course linked above.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about either of the two offices. You can reach us either by email, regularly in our office or at our weekly meeting on Mondays at 20:05 in POT/13 and online.

Underground vs. tramway – Invitation to the discussion evening

Tram vs. metro: Are metros still up to date? Are you of the opinion that Dresden absolutely needs an underground? Are you convinced that every city should have a tram? Or do you have a completely different idea of how mobility needs should be met today?

There will be a discussion evening on this at POT 13 on 27.04. at 18:30 (in german).

There we will discuss these questions together, accompanied by student presentations. Nibbles will be provided, drinks can be purchased on site.

StuFoExpo 2022

Are you a student and have you studied excellently, but have no opportunity to present your results? Then come to StuFoExpo 2022, the fifth exhibition of student research at TU Dresden, on 10 November 2022 and present your research projects – whether they are final theses, seminar papers or internship report. The most convincing projects will be chosen by a jury and the audience, and will be rewarded with price money. Find out how you can participate and how other students have presented their projects on the homepage: https://tud.link/yftl.