The internationally renowned Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin) is located in Germany’s capital city at the heart of Europe. Founded in 1879, it is one of the largest and most prestigious research and education institutions in Germany.
The University alumni and professor list include National Academies elections, two National Medal of Science laureates and ten Nobel Prize winners.
One of the largest universities of technology in Germany
Today, with more than 30,000 students, TU Berlin is one of the largest universities of technology in Germany, offering a wide range of subjects.
More than 18% of TU Berlin students come from abroad
TU Berlin has a distinctly cosmopolitan flair; it maintains a number of international cooperation projects and has an exceptionally high ratio of international students. More than 5,000 students from 130 countries study at TU Berlin. Moreover, many scientists from other countries teach and conduct research here.
Campus of the University
The main campus of the University is located in the centre of Berlin and is easily accessible from all parts of the city.
Chair of Space Technology
The Chair of Space Technology is one of the six chairs of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at TU Berlin. Established by Professor Eugen Sänger in 1963, it is the first Aerospace Department in Germany. Since then, it has successfully conducted research and educates systems engineers for the aerospace industry, mainly focusing on design, practical realization and operation of small satellite missions together with students. Since launch of the first satellite, TUBSAT-A, in 1991, ten small satellites have been built and launched by the students of the Department. Seven more satellites are on the way. Furthermore, the Chair of Space Technology conducts experiments on sounding rockets and runs projects on development and testing of planetary rovers and the corresponding mission operations technology.
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