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1 Welcome to the TU Dresden

2 Overview Statistics 4 science areas 14 faculties 35,000 students
8,000 employees Total budget 500 mill. Euros, Approx. 155 mill. Euros third-party-funded (third-party funds for research and other specific projects) March 2010 TU Dresden

3 Central Academic Facilities
Overview Central Academic Facilities Biotechnology Center BIOTEC Dresden Botanical Garden Centre for Languages and Culture (LSK) Media Centre (MZ) Centre for Central European Studies (MeZ) (State, Economic and Cultural Sciences) Centre for Demographic Change Centre for High-Performance Computing (ZHR) Centre for International Studies (ZIS) Centre for Teacher Education and School Research March 2010 TU Dresden

4 students according to science areas
Overview students according to science areas Medicine Natural Sciences Humanities and Social Sciences Engineering Sciences March 2010 TU Dresden

5 Students according to faculty
Overview Students according to faculty Mathematics and Natural Sciences: Philosophy: Literature, Linguistics and Cultural Sciences: Education Sciene Law: Economics and Business Administration: Computer Science: Electrical Engineering/IT: Mechanical Engineering: Civil Engineering: Architecture: Transport and Traffic Engineering: Forestry, Geo- and Hydrosciences: Medicine: Biotechnological Centre (BIOTEC): Centre for International Studies: March 2010 TU Dresden

6 Overview Innovation at the TU (1)
the Patent Information Centre (PIZ), has a very high no. of yearly patents (approx. 70 per year) interdisciplinary teaching and research Mechatronics, an interdisciplinary course with the faculties of mechanical engineering, transport and traffic engineering and electrical engineering research at the BIOTEC Center: joint co-operation between chemists, physicists, doctors, materials scientists and biologists March 2010 TU Dresden

7 Overview Innovation at the TU (2)
business start-up initiative „Dresden exists“: active support for converting research results into the formation of a company active involvement in the European field of research e.g. PULSERS (Pervasive Ultra-wideband Low Spectral Energy Systems): EU project with 30 partners from 11 EU countries and Singapore with a budget of 50 mill. Euros March 2010 TU Dresden

8 Overview ¸ Dresden companies (1) Communications and
Technology branches in Dresden Pharmaceutical Industry Microelectronics Biotechnology Communications and Information Technology Environmental Technology New Materials March 2010 TU Dresden

9 Overview Dresden companies (2) IT / Microelectronics
Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology March 2010 TU Dresden

10 Overview Dresden companies (3) New materials Research
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Scientific Interest Group Fraunhofer Institute Qualitätssicherung Dresden Max Planck Institue Technische Universität Dresden Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Micro Chip Design Academy March 2010 TU Dresden

11 Overview ¸ The campus - teaching 14 faculties
approx. 1,800 teaching staff members three locations in and around Dresden auditorium centre: 7 lecture halls 10 seminar rooms 1 art room seats for 3,574 students March 2010 TU Dresden

12 Overview The campus - research 7 special research fields
12 endowed chairs 7 graduate colleges 4 research groups 1 international graduate college March 2010 TU Dresden

13 The campus – the library
Overview The campus – the library completed in 2002 book museum including the Maya-handwriting „Codex Dresdensis“ about 8,9 mill. publications non-reference: 420,000 volumes (extendable up to 850,000 volumes) closed stack: 2.4 mill. volumes 3,200 magazine titles in non-reference to order inventory research: electronic and conventional March 2010 TU Dresden

14 historical The past studying in Dresden for the past 180 years
close connection between theory an praxis a sound co-operation between the various academic fields after 1990 it was extended to include other subjects as well as the sciences 1828 1851 1871 1890 1961 founded as a technical educational establishment Royal Saxon Polytechnical School of Higher Education Polytechnical Royal Saxon Technical School of Higher Education (TH) University of Technology Dresden (TUD) March 2010 TU Dresden

15 historical ¸ ¸ Scientists Johann Andreas Schubert
historical development closely related to the Saxon economy and export at the turn of the century it was already a favourite place for studying; a high percentage of foreign students TUD famous people: pioneer in computing founder of communications engineering designer of the first steam locomotive built in Germany Heinrich Barkhausen ( ) Nikolaus Joachim Lehmann ( ) Johann Andreas Schubert ( ) March 2010 TU Dresden

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18 studying Science areas Engineering Sciences
Electrical Engineering/ Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Transport Science, Forestry, Geo- and Hydrosciences Humanities and Social Sciences Literature, Linguistics and Culture Sciences, Philosophy, Education Sciences, Economics and Business Administration, Law Natural Sciences Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology Medicine Medical Faculty, University Hospital March 2010 TU Dresden

19 studying Medicine Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
Faculty of Medicine “Carl Gustav Carus“ 13 institutes University Hospital “Carl Gustav Carus“ 21 clinics and outpatients‘ clinics 3 institutes 3 independent departments 3 policlinics March 2010 TU Dresden

20 studying Qualifications Qualification No. of years
Bachelor of Arts (B. A.) Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) 3 – 3,5 years Magister Artium (M. A.) Diplom (e.g. Dipl.-Ing.) 5 years Master of Arts (MA) Master of Science (MSc) 2 years PhD (Dr.-Ing., Dr. rer. nat., Dr. rer. pol., Dr. phil., Dr. med., Dr. rer. medic.) 3 – 5 years March 2010 TU Dresden

21 studying Diplom/Magister = traditional qualifications in Germany
5-7 years of study in the first 2 years of study the basics of the subject are conveyed in the third year i.e. stage II students specialise in a certain area qualification comparable to a 2 year Master´s degree applicants with the corresponding Bachelor degree from their home university may be put into a higher subject-related semester, attainment of the Diplom/ Magister in 2-4 years March 2010 TU Dresden

22 Overview of qualifications
studying Overview of qualifications abroad Master Ph. D. Master Dr. TU profession Dresden Dipl Ing Dr. Bachelor intern. Masterpr. intermediate exam B.A. / B.Sc. postgraduate studies March 2010 TU Dresden

23 Peculiarties of the German Educational System
studying Peculiarties of the German Educational System student has own responibility for his/ her academic studies and according to the course and examination regulations puts together his/ her own timeable possibility to choose an area to specialise in during the Diplom course of studies wide range of combining subjects possible in the Magister course of studies assessment by examination and seminar papers March 2010 TU Dresden

24 Example: Engineering Sciences (1)
studying Example: Engineering Sciences (1) challenging procurement of sound basic knowledge in mathematics, natural sciences and fundamentals of the respective discipline during the first 2 years of study afterwards, specialisation in the chosen field of activity including sufficient practical experience Aims: to be able to form research-based solutions for practical problems in industry and commerce March 2010 TU Dresden

25 Example: Engineering Sciences (2)
studying Example: Engineering Sciences (2) PhD 3 – 5 years of research Basic Studies higher mathematics, subject basics 25 – 30 double periods/ semester Stage II studies specialisation, extended studies, own projects 20 – 30 double periods/ semester Intermediate Exam Diplom / Finals March 2010 TU Dresden

26 International – Double Diplom Courses (1)
studying International – Double Diplom Courses (1) double Diplom courses in the framework of co-operation arrangements attainment of a TU Dresden degree and a degree of a partner university abroad according to the programme the course takes place partly at the TU Dresden with a 1-2 year period abroad at the respective partner university the Faculty of Medicine “Carl Gustav Carus“ designs joint curricula together with the Harvard Medical School March 2010 TU Dresden

27 International – Double Diplom Courses (2)
studying International – Double Diplom Courses (2) Double Diplom courses are offered in: Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Sociology, Literature, Linguistics and Cultural Sciences and Economics and Business Administration Partner universities in: France, Italy, Poland and Spain March 2010 TU Dresden

28 International Graduate Colleges
studying International Graduate Colleges international graduate college for “Advanced Polymeric Materials“ together with higher education institutions in the Czech Republic and Poland “Institutionelle Ordnungen, Schrift und Symbole“ / “Orders institutionnels, écrits et symboles“ together with the École Pratique des Hautes Études (E.P.H.E.) Paris, France March 2010 TU Dresden

29 studying Courses in English Computational Logic
Computational Engineering Molecular Bioengineering Nanobiophysics Hydro Science and Engineering Tropical Forestry and Management ACCESS March 2010 TU Dresden

30 studying Basic courses Entrance to higher education
direct entrance with a German Abitur (school-leaving exam) or an equivalent secondary school leaving certificate if the secondary school leaving certificate is not equivalent to the German Abitur (differs from country to country): subject restricted entrance to higher education possible by confirming 1 or 2 academic years at a recognised higher education institute in the home country subject restricted entrance to higher education possible through an assessment test (Feststellungsprüfung) or attending a course at a Studienkolleg (state college) in Germany general entrance possible with a degree from a recognised higher education institution in the home country March 2010 TU Dresden

31 Postgraduate Studies/Master
studying Postgraduate Studies/Master Entrance to higher education a good Bachelor´s degree for Master´s courses, subject-specific specific degree for postgraduate studies March 2010 TU Dresden

32 studying Doctorate/PhD Entrance to higher education
pre-condition for untertaking a doctorate/ PhD: university qualification equivalent to a German degree 3-5 years of research, no set course independent work on a complex research thesis academic support from a professor, a „doctorate father“ March 2010 TU Dresden

33 studying Knowledge of German
Language tests as a pre-condition for programmes in German DSH (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang, Stufe 2/3) German language course for university admission, level 2/3 TestDaF (Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Stufe 4/5) Test for German as a Foreign Language, level 4/5 ZOP (Zentrale Oberstufenprüfung) Central Advanced Level Exam KMK 2. Stufe (Sprachdiplom der Kultusministerkonferenz 2. Stufe) Germanistikdiplom Degree in German March 2010 TU Dresden

34 studying Knowledge of English
Conditions for attending programmes in English TOEFL Test (min. 550 points - paper-based; 213 points computer-based) other proof of adequate knowledge of the English language e.g. Cambridge Certificate exams March 2010 TU Dresden

35 studying Preparatory course conditions for applying:
good intermediate knowledge of the German language after an entrance exam in respect of the no. of places available: participation in a preparatory course for 1 semester specialist and linguistic preparation, tutorials regarding course planning completion by taking the DSH exam March 2010 TU Dresden

36 studying Exchange students
study visit of 1 or 2 semester for students registered in their home countries application in the framework of exchange programmes such as ERASMUS or independent of these conditions: proof of course achievements in the home country plan of studies while at the TUD proof of adequate languages skills for the relevant course March 2010 TU Dresden

37 studying Numerus Clausus (N.C.)
this is the grade of the last student admitted to a course according to his/her Abitur (school leaving exam in Germany). The applicants are put in order from best to worst. Subject list: > Application > Courses central admission restrictions on courses: if the number of places available across Germany are less than demanded, allocation will be via the ZVS ZVS application: > Subjects March 2010 TU Dresden

38 studying Living costs living in student hall (130 – 240 Euros a month) or shared accommodation is possible /wohnen total living costs about 600 Euros a month March 2010 TU Dresden

39 studying Fees no tuition fees but a student “payment” – at present 169,70 Euros per semester (incl. semester ticket) The semester ticket: public transport, Dresden and its surrounding, up to about 50 km March 2010 TU Dresden

40 Comparison of living costs
studying Comparison of living costs March 2010 TU Dresden

41 Studieren Leisure - trips
guided full or half day trips around Dresden or further afield different trips every semester March 2010 TU Dresden

42 studying Leisure – social life
a colourful varied party and club scene with over 50 locations changing cultural events including many museums, theatres and cinemas plus 91 libraries and archives festivals from classical to modern throughout the year March 2010 TU Dresden

43 studying ¸ Leisure - sport
in addition to the university sports centre (USZ), there are more than 300 sport clubs which include about 70 different kinds of indoor and outdoor sports 2 large stadiums for football or American Football as well as many other sports places March 2010 TU Dresden

44 Third-party funds TU Dresden 1997 - 2008
Number of projects Third-party funds revenue and management authorities in Million EUR Third-party funds in 2008: 155 Mio. EUR March 2010 TU Dresden

45 Forschung Third party funds Total volume 2008: 155,8 mill. Euro
Volume according to science areas Total volume 2008: 155,8 mill. Euro March 2010 TU Dresden

46 The TUD`s third party funds` sources
research Authorised access to other sources German research society (DFG) research contracts, state, EU, foundations, other federal funds March 2010 TU Dresden

47 research Research tropical forestry, water competence center, flood risk management Water, Energy and the Environment transport engineering, automobile electrics and electronics, studies on migration, economic and social developments Transport, Infrastructure and Population light-weight construction, biomaterials, technical textiles, molecular bioengineering, medical material research & nanotechnology Materials Sciences high performance computing, display technology & mobile communications engineering Information System Technology March 2010 TU Dresden

48 Graduate Colleges at the TUD
research Graduate Colleges at the TUD What are graduate colleges? long term establishments set up by higher education institutions promotion of the up-and-coming graduates (doctoral candidates) involvement in research doctorate preparation dissertation work regarding comprehensive research research oriented integration of research and training March 2010 TU Dresden

49 Competence Centres at the TUD
research Competence Centres at the TUD What are competence centres? interdisciplinary research communities co-operation of individual departments a grouping of resources on aspects regarding topic, method and relevance at present, the TU Dresden has 28 competence centres March 2010 TU Dresden

50 Foreign relationships (1)
international Foreign relationships (1) Dresden March 2010 TU Dresden

51 Foreign relationships (2)
international Foreign relationships (2) Arizona Bratislava Brussels Boston Budapest Columbus Damascus Dublin Edinburgh Gothenburg Hanoi Ho Chi Minh City Kaunas Kiev London Madrid Milan Montreal Moscow Nashville New York Odessa Paris Peking Pisa Pittsburgh Prague Riga St. Etienne St. Petersburg Strasbourg Stockholm Sofia Sydney Tallinn Talca, Chile Tel Aviv Tokyo Trento Ulan-Bator Warsaw Washington Vienna Wroclaw Zagreb Bar-Ilan Alicante Barnaul Besancon Brno Charkov Coventry Da Nang Ferrara Florence Florianopolis Grimstad Györ Kent Klaipeda Kosice Lappeeranta Las Villas Liberec Ljubljana Lyon Maputo Newcastle Obninsk Okayama Opava Poznan Salamanca Sheffield Smolensk Szczecin Szeged Tianjin Troy Usti Zilina Zvolen Palmerston North La Serena, Chile Adelaide Cincinnati West Lafayette Austin Dallas Shanghai Santa Clara March 2010 TU Dresden

52 Statistics – foreign students
international Statistics – foreign students March 2010 TU Dresden

53 Country of origin – foreign students
international Country of origin – foreign students March 2010 TU Dresden

54 International students according to science areas
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55 The 5 largest groups of foreign students (WS 08/09)
international The 5 largest groups of foreign students (WS 08/09) March 2010 TU Dresden

56 international Alumni Aims:
since 1996, for the aftercare of former foreign students Aims: to renew contact to TU alumni and conceive and put into practice aftercare programs to carry out workshops with specialists from TUD faculties to make contact with specialists to sound the opportunities for joint research and co-operation exchange of information between the TU Dresden and its former foreign graduates March 2010 TU Dresden

57 Centre for East Asian Studies (OAZ)
international Centre for East Asian Studies (OAZ) at present 10 double periods of language teaching 8 double periods of regional studies regarding East Asia, esp. China and Japan Aims: Giving students cultural access to a region beyond Europe and an understanding of regions beyond Europe March 2010 TU Dresden

58 Centre for Central European Studies (MeZ)
international founded in 2000 as a central academic establishment facilitates interdisciplinary exploration of Central Europe, its cities, regions and its states supported by the cultural studies oriented chairs of German Studies and Slavonic Studies as well as those for art, economics, political science, international law, communication science and geography coordinates international cooperations with universities in Central and Eastern Europe March 2010 TU Dresden

59 International office Structure Foreign students Tutor Network
AAA International Office Foreign students Tutor Network Cultural events Studying abroad Academic exchange Misc.: Marketing Guest Service March 2010 TU Dresden

60 International office Foreign students
advice for foreign applicants regarding opportunities and prerequisites for studying at the TUD admission and registration of foreign students counselling of all foreign students registered at the TUD regarding academic and social matters exchange programmes for foreign students March 2010 TU Dresden

61 International Office Studying abroad
advising TU Dresden students regarding the opportunities for studying abroad coordination of exchange programmes e.g. SOCRATES/ ERASMUS and others counselling of TU Dresden students participating in exchange programmes March 2010 TU Dresden

62 International Office Academic exchange
advice and help with the running of international cooperation projects advice and information regarding programmes and institutions which promote international projects and international exchange looking after foreign university guests and guest professors March 2010 TU Dresden

63 International Office Miscellaneous Culture Marketing
events, field trips international cultural evenings language tandems supporting students‘ initiatives Marketing participation at international educational fairs introducing the TU Dresden at schools abroad conception of marketing materials for the TU Dresden e.g. brochures, Internet presentation March 2010 TU Dresden

64 International Office AAA staff (1) Marion Helemann Director
Evelyn Rudolph Reception Kerstin Sänger Office Peggy Hillert Finances Peggy Hillert Finances Bernhard Chesneau International Exchange Bernhard Chesneau International Exchange Beatrix Kästel Marketing Romy Willers InfoCenter Dagmar Krause Student Exchange Dagmar Krause Student Exchange March 2010 TU Dresden

65 International Office AAA staff (2) Sandy Eisenlöffel Infocenter
Kerstin Kruse Erasmus Mundus Kerstin Unger Erasmus Juliane Terpe Culture commissioner Christian Rode Diploma Supplement Julia Paternoster Guest Service March 2010 TU Dresden

66 International office AAA staff (3) Dr. Monika Diecke Admissions/
counselling Markus Rimmele Admissions/ counselling Ina Deutsch-Gorski Admissions/ counselling Susann Pretzsch Coordinator tutor-network Bärbel Hahn Admissions/ counselling Cornelia Hesse Admissions March 2010 TU Dresden

67 International office AAA staff (4) Dr. Roman Kondurov
Georgius-Agricola-Scholarships Silke Fimmel Boston office Katja Gruhnert Kent office March 2010 TU Dresden

68 University organigram
International Office University organigram University administration Rector Pro-rectors Chancellor 14 faculties Central units Central university administration Department 1 Department 2 Department 3 Department 4 Department 5 Department 8 AAA March 2010 TU Dresden

69 Dresden Dresden´s location Dresden March 2010 TU Dresden

70 Dresden Dresden´s history (1) 1934
mentioned for the first time in 1206 in an official document, became a town in 1216 from 1485 capital and royal domicile developed into a leading cultural centre in the 17th century famous for its baroque architecture and its art and cultural treasures; known as the „Florence of the Elbe“ developed into a leading industrial centre in the 19th century 1934 March 2010 TU Dresden

71 Dresden Dresden´s history (2) 1945 1945 1932 1945 1932
destruction shortly before the end of World War II about 35,000 casualties, 80% of the city in ruins some reconstruction still taking place 1989/90 reunification of Germany 1945 1932 1945 March 2010 TU Dresden

72 Dresden Facts capital of the Free State of Saxony
seat of the provincial (state) government and regional council border triangle – Germany, Poland, Czech Republic 509,565 inhabitants at present 42,866 businesses numerous open green spaces, parks and the Elbe meadows many museums, theatre, cinemas and much more twinned with 12 other cities 1 university, 6 higher education institutions March 2010 TU Dresden

73 Dresden Dresden March 2010 TU Dresden

74 “live“ pictures from Dresden
Frauenkirche: Altstadt: March 2010 TU Dresden

75 Around Dresden – the Sächsische Schweiz (Saxon Switzerland)
40 km from Dresden extensive trails, national parks popular climbing area with over 1,100 peaks and 15,000 differently graded routes popular recreational area open air theatre in Rathen (Felsenbühne – mountain theatre) March 2010 TU Dresden

76 Around Dresden – the Königstein fortress
mentioned for the first time in 1241 in an official document as a fortress on a rock plateau monastery between 1563 and 1569 construction of the deepest well in Saxony – 15.5 m conversion to a fortress from 1589 used for military purposes until 1955 a museum since 1955 March 2010 TU Dresden

77 Around Dresden – Moritzburg
about 20 km from Dresden first mentioned in 1295 construction of the baroque hunting lodge in 1723 large forests around Moritzburg with a total of 40 lakes March 2010 TU Dresden

78 Around Dresden – the Saxon wine country
wine growing for more than 800 years vineyards influencing the landscape wine grown on the traditional slopes with an incline of at least 30% Weissburgunder, Müller Thurgau, Traminer, Gutedel, Riesling and Grauburgunder are the wines grown here northernmost wine-growing area in Germany March 2010 TU Dresden

79 Around Dresden – Meissen
about 25 km from Dresden over 1000 years old castle and gothic cathedral dominates the city skyline famous for its Meissen Porcelain March 2010 TU Dresden

80 Around Dresden – some more tips
In close proximity: Pillnitz the Erzgebirge (Ore mts.) the Silberstrasse (silver road) the narrow gauge railways A little further away: Prague/CZ Berlin Leipzig Weimar Breslau (Wroclaw)/PL March 2010 TU Dresden

81 Mathematics and Natural Sciences (1)
faculties Mathematics and Natural Sciences (1) Department of Mathematics algebra, analysis, geometry, stochastic, numeral mathematics, scientific calculation, didactis of mathematics Department of Physics theoretical physics, nuclear and particle physics, surface and microstructure physics, applied physics and didactics of physics, solid state physics Department of Chemistry inorganic and organic chemistry, physical and electrochemistry, analytical, macromolecular and textile chemistry, biochemistry, food chemistry, industrial chemistry March 2010 TU Dresden

82 Mathematics and Natural Sciences (2)
faculties Mathematics and Natural Sciences (2) Department of Psychology general psychology and methods of psychology, clinical, diagnostical and differential psychology, industrial, organisational and social psychology, educational and development psychology, human biology and biopsychology Department of Biology botany, zoology, microbiology, genetics March 2010 TU Dresden

83 faculties Philosophy Philosophy Catholic and Protestant Theology
History History of Technology Arts and Musicology Political Science Communication Science Sociology March 2010 TU Dresden

84 Literature, Linguistics and Cultural Sciences
faculties Literature, Linguistics and Cultural Sciences German Studies (incl. German as a Foreign Language) Romance Philology (French, Spanish, Italian) English and American Studies Slavonic Studies Classical Philology March 2010 TU Dresden

85 faculties Education Sciences General Education Teacher Training
Social Education Social Work Welfare Sciences Vocational Education Vocational Adult Education March 2010 TU Dresden

86 faculties Law Economic Administrative Law European & International Law
theoretical and social scientific basics of criminal law Technology and Environmental Law Foreign and international Law Adjustment March 2010 TU Dresden

87 Economics and Business Administration
faculties Economics and Business Administration Business Administration and Management Business Management Management of Information Systems and Information Technology (Business Informatics) Quantitative Methods Teaching in Economics March 2010 TU Dresden

88 faculties Computer Science Theoretical Computer Science
Computer Engineering Software Engineering Computer Systems Artificial Intelligence Applied Computer Science March 2010 TU Dresden

89 Electrical Engineering/ Information Technology
faculties Electrical Engineering/ Information Technology Automation Electricity Supplies High Voltage Technology Precision Engineering & Electronics Biomedical Engineering Technical Acoustics Communication Engineering Solid State Electronics Semiconductor Technology and Microsystems Traffic and Protocol Engineering March 2010 TU Dresden

90 Mechanical Engineering (1)
faculties Mechanical Engineering (1) Solid-state Mechanics Fluid Dynamics Thermodynamics and Building Services Power Engineering Power Engines and Machine Laboratory Production Engineering Machine Tools and Control Engineering Fluid Power and Motion Control Processing Machines Textile and Ready-made Clothing Technologies Wood and Power Paper Technologies Machine Elements and Machine Design Conveying and Materials Handling Engineering March 2010 TU Dresden

91 Mechanical Engineering (2)
faculties Mechanical Engineering (2) Building Machines and Logistics Materials Science Process and Environmental Engineering Food and Biological Process Engineering Labour Engineering Lightweight Structures and Polymer Technology Aerospace Engineering Surface Engineering March 2010 TU Dresden

92 faculties Civil Engineering Building Materials Building Construction
Geo-engineering Urban and Road Construction Construction Site Management Water Engineering and Hydromechanics Computing in Construction Structural Engineering Wood Construction March 2010 TU Dresden

93 faculties Architecture History of Construction Theory of Architecture
Monument Preservation High-Rise Construction & Design Building Preservation Building Economics & CAD Building Climate Control Building and Design Urban Construction and Town & Country Planning Landscape Architecture March 2010 TU Dresden

94 Transport and Traffic Engineering “Friedrich List“
faculties Transport and Traffic Engineering “Friedrich List“ Transportation Planning & Traffic Transportation System Engineering Electrical Traction Systems Transport Information Systems Basics of Automotive Engineering Railway Traffic Engineering Aviation Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering Transport and Transport Economics March 2010 TU Dresden

95 Forestry, Geo- and Hydrosciences
faculties Forestry, Geo- and Hydrosciences Forestry Forest Botany, Forest Zoology, Soil Management, Location Economics, Plant and Wood Chemistry, Forestry Economics and Informatics, Silviculture, Forest Exploitation, Forest Technology, International Forestry and Forest Products, Forest Protection, Ecology and Environmental Protection Geosciences Geodesy, Planetary Geodesy, Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, Cartography, Geography Water Engineering Housing and Industry Water Engineering, Hydrology and Meteorology, Groundwater Management, Hydrobiology, Water Chemistry, Waste Management & Contaminated Sites Treatment March 2010 TU Dresden

96 Medicine “Carl Gustav Carus“ (1)
faculties Medicine “Carl Gustav Carus“ (1) Work and Social Medicine Radiological Diagnostics Anatomy Physiological Chemistry Physiology and Pathophysiology History of Medicine Medical Informatics and Biometry Pathology Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine Clinical Genetics Pharmacology and Toxicology Forensic Medicine Sports and Rehabilitation Medicine Anaesthesiology Ophthalmology Dermatology March 2010 TU Dresden

97 Medicine “Carl Gustav Carus“ (2)
faculties Medicine “Carl Gustav Carus“ (2) Ophtalmology Vascular Surgery, Accident Surgery, Neurosurgery, Child Surgery Paediatrics, Gynaecology, Obstetrics Nuclear Medicine Radiotherapy Neurology Urology Orthopaedics Psychiatry Oral and Facial Surgery Orthodontics Dental Conservation Prosthetic Dentistry March 2010 TU Dresden

98 Johann Andreas Schubert
scientists Johann Andreas Schubert Johann Andreas Schubert ( ) „mechanical object“ (1830) March 2010 TU Dresden

99 scientists Heinrich Barkhausen Heinrich Barkhausen electron tube
( ) electron tube (1932) March 2010 TU Dresden

100 Nikolaus Joachim Lehmann
scientists Nikolaus Joachim Lehmann Nikolaus Joachim Lehmann ( ) The D1 mainframe computer (1950) March 2010 TU Dresden

101 Thank you for your attention!
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