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The Chancellor

structure

teaching

budget

research

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Facts and Figures of TU Dresden

01 Structure

02 Teaching

03 Budget

04 Research

05 Foreign Relations

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01 Structure

3.244 budget financed employees (excluding Medicine)

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1.088 budget financed employees in Medicine

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2.808 externally funded employees (excluding Medicine)

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628 externally funded employees in Medicine

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5 Schools

14 Faculties

35.961 Students

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1) Date: 2015/12/01

2) including part-time employees (date: 2014/12/01)

excluding stationary employment, excluding student assistants including foundations and joint appointments

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01 Structure

5 schools with 14 Faculties

• Science

• Humanities and Social Sciences

• Engineering

• Civil and Environmental Engineering

• Medicine

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01 Structure

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE

Fakulty of Science

• department of Mathematics

• department of Physics

• department of Chemistry and Food Chemistry

• department of Biology

• department of Psychology

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01 Structure

SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

• Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science

• Faculty of Literature, Linguistics and Cultural Studies

• Faculty of Education

• Faculty of Law

(7)

01 Structure

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

• Faculty of Computer Science

• Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering

• Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

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01 Structure

SCHOOL OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

• Faculty of Civil Engineering

• Faculty of Architecture

• Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences "Friedrich List"

• Faculty of Environmental Sciences

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01 Structure

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Faculty of Medicine Carl Gustav Carus

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02 Teaching

Development of student numbers at TU Dresden

University entrants 1st subject semester (total)

Students

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02 Teaching

2768 2451 1553 1112 1786 6052 2580 1699 2724 1028 3393 1448 2436 4195

Students by faculties of TU Dresden, WS 2015/16

Biotechn. Centre (BIOTEC): 166 School of International Studies: 255 IHI Zittau: 315 Architecture

Electrical and Computer Engineering Education

Transportation and Traffic Sciences Computer Science

Law

Mechanical Engineering

Medicine

Arts, Humanities and Social Science

Linguistics, Literature and Cultural Studies

Environmental Sciences Business and Economics

Science

Total number:

35.961

Civil Engineering

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03 Budget

3564 3639 3805 3873 4097 4250 5169 5357 5380 5021 5290 105,1 102,7 113,1 124,8 155,7 162,3 201,6 203,5 227,1 259,8 242,4

Externally funded projects of TU Dresden 2004 - 2014

External funding and Management powers in Mio EUR Number of projects

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03 Budget

38,12 46,45 28,93 93,91 9,58 25,45

Externally funded projects of TU Dresden 2014

Volume by research areas (in million Euros)

Natural Sciences Humanities and Sozial Sciences Engineering

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Others: BIOTEC , CfAED, CRTD, IHI, ZIK B CUBE

Total volume 2014: 242,4 million Euros

Medicine

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115 16 13 19 14 17 24 43 45 49 41 65

04 Research

Patent applications (support

for inventors

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at TU Dresden

Foreign applications

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04 Research

Profile lines at TU Dresden

1. Health Sciences, Biomedicine and Bioengineering

2. Information Technologies and Microelectronics

3. Smart Materials and Structures

4. Culture and Knowledge

5. Energy and Environment

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04 Research

Research areas in profile lines of TU Dresden

• Material science

• Nanotechnology

• Molecular bioengineering

• Biomedicine / Biomaterials

• Health research

• Information and communication technology

• Cultural institutions research

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04 Research

TU Dresden – University of Excellence

Biomedicine and 

Bioengineering

2012: TUD has been evaluated as one of 11 Universities of Excellence in 

Germany.

All four proposals will be funded at least until 2017.

Institutional Strategy

„The Synergetic University “

Graduate School

Clusters of Excellence

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04 Research

TU Dresden – University of Excellence

Zielsetzung

GRADUATE SCHOOL1. Funding line:

Dresden International 

Graduate School for 

Biomedicine and 

3. Funding line: INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGY

 The Synergetic University

2. Funding line: CLUSTERS OF EXCELLENCE

Center for Regenerative 

Therapies Dresden (CRTD)

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04 Research

TU Dresden – University of Excellence

Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology

Cell Biology |  Developmental Biology |  Neurobiology |  

Genetics |  Biochemestry

Regenerative Medicine

Stem Cell Biology |  Hematology |  Oncology |  

Diabetology |  Cardiovascular Research |  Endocrinology

Nanobiotechnology, Biophysics, Bioengineering

Biophysics |  Nanotechnology |  Bioengineering |  Polymer Science |  

Systems Biology |  Bioinformatics |  Biomaterials

Dresden International Graduate School for Biomedicine and

Bioengineering (DIGS-BB)

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04 Research

TU Dresden – University of Excellence

Hematology/Immunology

Diabetes

Neurodegenerative Diseases

Cluster of Excellence CRTD

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04 Research

TU Dresden – University of Excellence

Cluster of Excellence cfAED

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden

Engineering

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Natural Sciences

Electrical

engineering

and

Information

technology

Computer

Science

Chemistry

Physics

Biology

Mathe-

matics

Material

Science

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04 Research

TU Dresden – University of Excellence

Members of DRESDEN-concept e.V.

(www.dresden-concept.de)

Technische Universität Dresden Fraunhofer Society

Institute for Electron Beam and Plasma Technology

Institute for Photonic Microsystems

Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems Institute for Material and Beam Technology Max Planck Society

Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems

Leibniz Association

Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden

Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden

Leibniz Institute of Ecological and Regional Development Helmholtz Association

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf Museums and Libraries

Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden Deutsches Hygiene-Museum

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05 Foreign Relations of TU Dresden

Brüssel Boston Columbus Damaskus Göteburg Hanoi Ho-Chi-Minh-Stadt London Madrid Mailand Montreal Moskau

New York Paris

Peking Pittsburgh Strasbourg Stockholm Alicante Barnaul Besancon Bratislava Brno Budapest Charkov Coventry Da Nang Edinburgh Dublin Ferrara Florenz Florianopolis Grimstad Györ Kaunas Kent Kiew Klaipeda Kosice Lappeeranta Las Villas Liberec Ljubljana Lyon Sydney Tallinn Talca, Chile Tel-Aviv Tokio Ulan-Bator Warschau Washington Wien Bar-Ilan La Serena Adelaide Cincinnati West Lafayette Santa Clara Nashville Arizona Austin Dallas Shanghai New Castle Odessa Obninsk Okayama Opava Pisa Poznan Prag Riga Salamanca Sheffield Smolensk Sofia St. Etienne Stettin St. Petersburg Szeged Tianjin Trento Troy Usti Wroclaw Zagreb Zilina Zvolen Maputo

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