About TU Berlin

Technical University Berlin 

We’ve Got the Brains for the Future – in the Heart of Germany’s Capital

With almost 32 000 students, circa 100 course offerings and 40 Institutes, the historic Technische Universität Berlin is one of Germany’s largest and most internationally renowned technical universities. Located in Germany’s capital city – at the heart of Europe – outstanding achievements in research and teaching, imparting skills to excellent graduates, and a modern service-oriented administration characterize TU Berlin.

The range of services offered by our seven Faculties serves to forge a unique link between the natural and technical sciences on the one hand, and the planning, economics and social sciences and humanities on the other. This is indeed a significant achievement for any technical university. 

Beyond its own borders, both domestically and abroad, the Berlin University of Technology is the motor, initiator and beneficiary of numerous academic and professional networks with partners in science and industry. Strategic alliances and numerous start-up activities serve to promote hands-on knowledge and technology transfer.

Internationalisation is a basic principle of all scientific activities. The TU Berlin's internationalisation strategy adheres to the concept of strategic partnerships with top-notch universities abroad. These include TU Warsaw, TU Trondheim, TU Delft and TU Vienna. These partnerships serve to encourage broad-based cooperation and to promote diverse joint activities in research and teaching.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Transport Systems

The diversity of chairs of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Transport Systems provides broad expertise in the engineering sciences and beyond. Efficient and sustainable products and processes are important components of research and development activities. Building on the knowledge gained in the Faculty’s core disciplines of mechanics, design and acoustics, all kinds of resource-efficient vehicles for surface and air transport systems can be developed. Beyond these product-focused competencies, the planning aspects required to improve the efficiency of ground and air transportation carriers are also considered. Moreover, the production processes required to meet application and usage demands can be optimized directly within the Faculty. To emphasize the importance of a human-centered technological world, engineers cooperate closely with psychologists in the key interdisciplinary research field of human-machine systems. Activities and prospective direction of the scientific work are summarized by Faculty´s leitmotif: Human Beings in the Focus of Technical Systems.

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