Technische Universität Dresden has its roots in the Royal Saxon Technical School that was founded in 1828. Today, it is a university that unites the natural and engineering sciences with the humanities and social sciences, as well as medicine. This wide range of disciplines, which is unique in Germany, brings with it the obligation for the university to promote interdisciplinarity and to contribute to the integration of science and society.
TUD - STRONG IN RESEARCH, DIVERSE IN TEACHING
Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of the largest technical universities in Germany and one of the leading and most dynamic institutions in the country. With 18 faculties in five Schools, it offers a wide range of 124 degree courses and covers a broad research spectrum. Its focuses Health Sciences, Biomedicine & Bioengineering, Information Technology & Microelectronics, Smart Materials & Structures, Energy, Mobility & Environment as well as Culture & Societal Change are considered exemplary in Germany and throughout Europe.
Since 2012, TUD has been one of the “Universities of Excellence”. In the second phase of the Excellence Initiative, TUD was successful with four applications: The Institutional Strategy, the Clusters of Excellence Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed), Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD) and the Graduate School Dresden International Graduate School for Biomedicine and Bioengineering (DIGS-BB. In January 2019, three new Clusters of Excellence have started their work: PoL – Physics of Life, ct.qmat – Complexity and Topology in Quantum Materials, and CeTI – Centre for Tactile Internet.
In July 2019, TU Dresden was once again awarded the University of Excellence title and will thus receive permanent funding within the Excellence Strategy of the Federal and State Governments as of 1 November 2019.
- Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, TU Dresden
- Chair of Managerial Economics, Dresden University of Technology
- Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Technical University Dresden
- School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, TU Dresden
- Molecular Bioengineering, TU Dresden
- Faculty of Computer Science, Technische Universität Dresden
- Chair of Energy Economics, Dresden University of Technology