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1 Günter Hommel Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science hommel@cs.tu-berlin.de, http://pdv.cs.tu-berlin.de/ Welcome at TU Berlin!

2 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel2 Historical Development of TU Berlin (1) 1770 Foundation of the Mining College by Frederick the Great 1799 Foundation of the Academy of Architecture 1821 Foundation of the Industrial Institute 1879 Foundation of the “Königlich Technische Hochschule“ unifying the Academy of Architecture and the Industrial Institute 1916 Integration of the Mining College 1899 First university of technology to get the privilege to award the doctoral degree “Dr.-Ing.” 1909 First admission of women

3 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel3 Historical Development of TU Berlin (2) After the war 1922 Implementation of Faculties 1933 During Fascism important research facility for National Socialists –elimination of Jewish and critical scientists –leading part in military research Closed after the second world war 1946 Reopened as “Technische Universität Berlin” Today the largest University of Technology in Germany

4 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel4 Students and Staff (2004) 30 706 students in winter term 2003/2004 20 % of foreign students (highest percentage in Germany) 347 professors 1 732 academic staff 2 244 administrative staff 1821 student helpers 126 apprentices

5 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel5 Student Statistics 15000 17000 19000 21000 23000 25000 27000 29000 31000 33000 35000 WS 96/97WS 97/98WS 98/99WS 99/00WS 00/01WS 01/02WS 02/03WS 03/04 Semester

6 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel6 Structure of TU Berlin 8 Faculties More than 100 Institutes IHumanities IIMathematics and Natural Sciences IIIProcess Sciences IVElectrical Engineering and Computer Science VMechanical Engineering and Transport Systems VICivil Engineering and Applied Geo Sciences VIIArchitecture - Environment - Society VIIIEconomics

7 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel7 Campus of TU Berlin

8 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel8 Offered courses More than 50 courses lead to different Diploma or Masters degrees Within those courses more than 100 specializations are possible Courses comprise all fields of Engineering, Natural Sciences, Economics, Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities Diploma courses are divided into two parts –2 years of basic studies (Grundstudium) –2 - 3 years of advanced studies (Hauptstudium) Grundstudium: Scientific foundations (e.g. Mathematics, Physics,...) Only after completion of all examinations it is possible to start with the second part Hauptstudium: Research oriented specialization, completed by final examinations (Diploma, Masters,...) and a thesis Currently additionally introduction of Bachelor and Master courses

9 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel9 Partnerships with Universities around the World TU Berlin cooperates with over 200 foreign universities Strong focus on partners from technologically advanced countries In recent years more and more scientific exchange programs with universities in Eastern Europe Partnership agreements also exist with Asian universities (China, Korea, Indonesia,...) These agreements cover –joint research projects –exchange of scientists and students –sponsorships for young scientists

10 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel10 International Cooperation

11 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel11 Famous Researchers First Electron Microscope 1929 Ernst Ruska Nobel Price in 1986 First programmable computer (relay) Z1 in 1936, Z3 in 1941 Konrad Zuse

12 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel12 Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 41 Professors 265 Scientific Staff 1774 Computer Science Students 1224 Electrical Engineering Students 753 Computer Engineering Students 6 Institutes –Energy and Automation –High Frequency and Semiconductors –Telecommunication Systems –Computer Engineering and Microelectronics –Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer Science –Commercial Information Systems and Quantitative Methods New EE building

13 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel13 Research Network of the Faculty Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science FhG- FIRST Computer Architecture and Software Technology FhG-FOKUS Open Communication Systems FhG- IZM Reliability and Microintegration FhG-HHI Telecommunications Heinrich-Hertz- Institut FhG-ISST Software- and Systems Engineering Ferdinand- Braun-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik (microwaves)

14 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel14 Budget and Funding Faculty 30 Mill. € / year university budget + 14.7 Mill. € / year third-party funding

15 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel15 Budget of Research Facilities (2003) Total budget: 110.5 Mill. €

16 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel16 Institute for Energy and Automation Control Systems, N.N. Drives Technology, N.N. Electrical Machines / Renewable Energies, Hanitsch Electronics and Medical Signal Processing, Orglmeister Electronic Measurement Technology, Gühmann High Voltage Engineering, Kalkner Lighting Technology, Kaase Microsensor and Actuator Technology, Obermeier Power Electronics, Bernet

17 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel17 Institute for High-Frequency and Semiconductor System Technologies High Frequency Techniques / Photonics, Petermann Optoelectronics, Tränkle Specialfields (Antennas + EMC), Mönich RS and Microwaves Electronics, Böck Semiconductor Devices, Boit Reliability and Microintegration, Reichl Microelectronics / Microsystems Technology, N.N.

18 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel18 Institute for Telecommunication Systems Formal Models, Logic, and Programming, Mahr Mobile Communications, Boche Communication Systems, Sikora Telecommunication Networks, Wolisz Open Communication Systems, Popescu-Zeletin Intelligent Networks and Distributed Systems Management, Geihs Communication and Operating Systems, Heiß Next Generation Networks, Magedanz Design and Testing of Telecommunication Systems, Schieferdecker

19 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel19 Institute for Computer Engineering and Microelectronics Electromagnetic Field Theory, Henke Microelectronics, Klar, Manck Processor Technology, Post Architecture of Embedded Systems, N.N. Real-Time Systems and Robotics, Hommel Computer Graphics, Lemke Computer Vision, Hellwich

20 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel20 Institute for Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer Science Software Engineering, Jähnichen Parallel and Distributed Programming, N.N. Software for Embedded Systems, N.N. Language Design and Compiler Construction, Pepper Data Bases, N.N. Computation and Information Structures (CIS), Weber Distributed Information Systems, NN. Theoretical Computer Science/ Formal Specification, Ehrig Theoretical Computer Science, N.N. Artifical Intelligence, Wysotzki Machine Learning, N.N. Neural Information Processing, Obermayer

21 Technische Universität BerlinGünter Hommel21 Institute for Commercial Information Technology and Quantitative Methods System Analysis and IT, Krallmann Agent Technologies in Business Applications and Telecommunication, Albayrak Knowledge-based Systems, Konrad Industrial Psychology, Volpert Legal Problems and Data Protection, Lutterbeck Econometrics and Statistics, Friedrich Statistics, Kockelkorn


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