Interdisciplinary knowledge sharing Together with the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems, ten departments at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg are working on this future-proof solution for the energy revolution.

As part of the science sharing, they will be available to local authorities and companies, and help to implement the energy revolution both nationally and in the international context. The project is financed with a grant from the German federal ministry for economic affairs and energy.

The interdisciplinary team of 33 academic employees is composed of various areas in engineering sciences: from architecture through drive, high-voltage and welding technology, thermodynamics and production to engine design, applied physics, vehicle, fluid and gas dynamics, there is intensive sharing of scientific expertise, with the motivation of collectively developing an energy producer that offers us a sustainable future. This strongly interconnected, interdisciplinary approach is a unique feature of the T-cell development, based upon confidence in progress through interdisciplinary cooperation.