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Technische Universität Berlin

Berlin - Germany

Technische Universität Berlin looks back over a long and distinguished tradition of teaching and research. In 1799 its most important predecessor, the Building Academy, was founded. In 1946 the university was re-established under the name of Technische Universität Berlin. The seven Faculties of the university offer 50 courses of study from the fields of engineering and natural sciences, economics and business, planning sciences, humanities and the social sciences. TU Berlin has 30,000 students. Nearly 36 percent of the students are women and 20 per cent are foreign citizens. The students are instructed by 330 professors and an academic staff of about 3.000. TU Berlin employs a total of about 8.500 people in administration, workshops and laboratories, making it one of the largest technical universities in Germany (3/2014). Third-party funding in 2013 amounted to more than € 170 million.



  • Future Internet Services Platforms (xaaS),
  • Next Generation Networks: SDN, 5G, IoT, converged terrestrial – satellite
  • ICT for Smart Cities (e.g. eHealth, Energy)
  • PhD and Post Doc training, Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications, Informatics, Computer Science


Practical information for incoming doctorate candidates, post-doctorates and staff

Info for international students

Contact details

Dr. Stefan Covaci
TU Berlin, MAR 5-5, Marchstr. 23, 10587 Berlin, Germany


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