The Technische Universität Berlin, known as TU Berlin but unofficially as the Technical University of Berlin, is a research university located in Berlin, Germany. Founded in 1879, became one of the most prestigious education institutions in Europe. It has one of the highest proportions of international students in Germany, almost 20% were enrolled in 2016.
The TU Berlin is a member of TU9, an incorporated society of the largest and most notable German institutes of technology and of the Top Industrial Managers for Europe network, allowing student exchanges between leading Engineering schools courses. It belongs to the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research. The TU Berlin is home of two innovation centers designated by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology.
The university is known for its highly ranked engineering programmes, especially in mechanical engineering and engineering management. The university alumni and professor list include US National Academies members, two National Medal of Science laureates and ten Nobel Prize winners.
It approximately has 33,500 students, approximately 100 study programs and 40 institutes, the Technical University of Berlin is one of the largest, internationally renowned and traditional technical universities in Germany. Outstanding achievements in research and teaching, the qualification of very good graduates and a modern, service-oriented administration characterize the university in Germany's capital - in the center of Europe.
The performance spectrum of its seven faculties stands for a unique combination of natural and engineering sciences with planning, economics, social sciences and humanities at a technical university.
Institutes coming under
Central Institute El Gouna
Technische Universität Berlin established a satellite campus in Egypt to act as a scientific and academic field office. The nonprofit public-private partnership (PPP) offers German services provided by TU Berlin at the campus in El Gouna, on the Red Sea. TU Berlin has established three new Master’s degree programs – in Energy Engineering, Urban Development, and Water Engineering – as pilot programs at the new campus.
Central School of Education
As a newly established central institute, SETUB is responsible for all topics relating to the training of teachers at the TU Berlin. From 2017 onwards, SETUB will replace the Teacher Training Service and the Joint Commission for Teacher Training! The tasks of the SETUB include coordination and further development of the lecture course, communication and cooperation with internal and external partners as well as information and counseling for students
On going Research works
The TU Berlin is one of the most research-intensive universities in Germany. A steady rise in third-party funding, the successful recruitment of a cluster and a graduate school within the framework of the excellence competition, successful placements in international rankings and prestigious prizes and awards such as Alexander von Humboldt professorships, Leibniz prizes and grants from the European Research Council characterize science The TU Berlin. Six research areas as well as competences and social commitments structure the research activities at the TU Berlin. Their international reputation and their special profile as a technical university in connection with humanities, social sciences, planning and economics are the breeding ground for a high interdisciplinarity. This is evident not least in numerous strong collaborative projects.
The following is the list of scholars from Technical University of Berlin who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Technical University of Berlin that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Technical University of Berlin that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.