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Thermochemical Fluids in Greenhouse Farming

The Technische Universität Berlin

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The Technische Universität Berlin (short: TU Berlin; before 1946: Technische Hochschule Berlin) in Berlin Charlottenburg is the third largest of the four Berlin universities with about 35,600 students in 90 study programs and is one of the 20 largest universities in Germany. It follows the tradition of the Royal Institute of Technology in Berlin, founded in 1879, and is thus one of the oldest technical universities in Germany. The main building, designed by Richard Lucae in 1876/1877, on today’s Straße des 17. Juni was opened in 1884. Located near the Großer Tiergarten, the TU Berlin is part of an association of nine leading German technical universities (TU9) and is a founding partner of the European Institute for Innovation and Technology. In addition, on July 19, 2019, it was included in the second funding line “Excellence University” by the federal and state governments as an institution of the Berlin University Alliance (together with Humboldt University Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin and Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin) as part of the Excellence Strategy.

Role in the project
TUB will provide expertise on thermo-chemical processes involved in the project, including modelling, conceptualisation, planning and simulation. TUB will be involved in the planning realisation and monitoring of Demonstrator 2 in Tunis. as well as on the overall development of modelling, simulation and control strategies of related heating, cooling and drying processes used in the project.