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Chemnitz University of Technology

Technical education has a long tradition in Chemnitz and is mainly linked to the diversity of textile industry. At the beginning of the 19th century, the mechanical engineering sector established itself here, initially on the English model, finally with its own innovative services. Trade and industry, however, also demand skilled professionals; In 1796 an electoral institution was established, which was later extended to the factory for the purpose of training the weavers, formers, and printers.
Names such as Bernhard, Haubold, Schwalbe, Hartmann, Schönherr, Zimmermann and Voigt soon become the epitome of outstanding and internationally recognized products. The still young industrial city emancipates itself in this way to a "Saxon Manchester" and becomes world-known. The Sunday school of craftsmanship has a similar purpose. However, these facilities hardly meet the constantly increasing requirements; increasingly, it is complained that "Saxon art must be without the influence of applied science.
" Thus, the "Industrieverein für die Königreich der Sachsen", founded in 1829, seeks to advocate an educational establishment which meets the requirements of the still young industry. Examples exist sufficiently; In Paris, Vienna, Prague, Berlin and Dresden, such schools have already established themselves. With the participation of the city council, municipal councils, as well as the artisans organization, a model was agreed upon, which the Royal Ministry of the Interior in Dresden gave its consent to. On May 2, 1836, the new educational institution, the Royal College of Chemistry, was officially opened. Since no own building is available yet, three rooms of the former Lyceum are being made available at the Jakobikirchplatz by the city, which comprises just 20,000 inhabitants. "The purpose of the trade school at Chemnitz is to offer to those who wish to devote themselves to practical life in the field of craft or factory requirements, to provide a scientific education corresponding to their needs, thereby contributing in particular to the perfection of the patriotic industry."

The following is the list of scholars from Chemnitz University of Technology who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

The following is the list of scholars from Chemnitz University of Technology who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

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