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In cooperation with the Bürgerstiftung Sindelfingen, TSF supports a book project which was initiated by kids@kita Gesamtförderverein der Sindelfinger KiTas, a friend’s association of Sindelfingen nursery schools. In the course of two years, students—together with the writer Anja Wickertsheim—compiled the book trilogy Die verborgenen Schätze von Sindelfingen (The Hidden Treasures of Sindelfingen). The seven-year-old to nine-year-old children developed the golden thread to three intertwined but yet independent stories. Furthermore, the second and third graders designed the illustrations to the stories themselves.
THE SCHAUFLER FOUNDATION has funded the BITZER Chair of Refrigeration, Cryogenics and Compressor Technology (formerly the Chair of Refrigeration and Compressor Technology) in the Mechanical Science and Engineering faculty of Dresden University of Technology since September 2009. As part of this agreement, financial support is provided to appoint a chair holder to full professorship in a W3 position at the Dresden University of Technology. Professor Ullrich Hesse is the current incumbent.
THE SCHAUFLER FOUNDATION is the funding organization of the SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen, a museum for contemporary art. Ever since it was opened in June 2010, the SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen has displayed a representative selection of the over 3.500 works in the Schaufler collection as part of its temporary exhibitions. The collection comprises German and international artists, art from the ZERO movement, minimal art, conceptual art and concrete art.
The Federal Ministry for Education and Research launched the Germany Scholarship at the start of the 2011 summer semester. The Deutschlandstipendium is a national scholarship program that is based on the scholarship program act (StipG). It supports current and first-year students who exhibit the potential to achieve excellence in their studies and career. The monthly grant of 300 euros per scholarship is made up of 50 percent government money and 50 percent private donations.
THE SCHAUFLER FOUNDATION is also supporting the Germany Scholarship and has made agreements with three universities:
• Dresden University of Technology
A total of ten subject-related and non-subject-related grants will be awarded over a period of at least three years.
• Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences
Ten subject-related and non-subject-related grants will be provided over a period of at least three years.
• University of Stuttgart
The Schaufler Foundation has also been supporting a university in its immediate vicinity since the winter semester 2013/14 and currently awards three subject-related and non-subject-related grants at the University of Stuttgart.
More information about the Germany Scholarship can be found here:
The work of the JFZ Jugendforschungszentrums Nagold has been subsidized since 2011. The JFZ brings together 30 young people to carry out independent scientific and technical experiments under professional guidance. With its financial support, The Schaufler Foundation has made an important contribution to the extracurricular promotion of young talent in the fields of science and technology.
The Valerius-Füner-Foundation supports the education and training of engineers in the field of refrigeration and air conditioning at the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences and rewards the best graduates in the field of refrigeration technology every year. Since 2001 the work of the Valerius-Füner-Foundation has been supported with an annual financial contribution, first from BITZER Kühlmaschinenbau GmbH and starting 2010 from THE SCHAUFLER FOUNDATION.
Historische Kälte- und Klimatechnik e. V. (HKK) – Historical Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Association
Since 2012 THE SCHAUFLER FOUNDATION has supported the association in its aim of documenting the history of refrigeration and air conditioning technology and making it accessible to the public since 2012.
The Dresden University of Technology research project titled “Parallel compression using CO2 as a refrigerant” has been receiving financial support since 2012.