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  1. University of Kaiserslautern …always at thefore!

  2. Centrallylocated

  3. History • 1970: Foundation of the twin Universities of Trier and Kaiserslautern • 1st September, 2003: Renaming to Kaiserslautern University of Technology • The only technology and science oriented University in Rhineland-Palatinate • Germany’s second largest University for distance learning

  4. Locationaladvantages • Attractive variety of courses of studies and disciplines • Excellent quality of research and study • Together with the institutes IESE, ITWM, DKFI and ITA double winners of the world-class research clusters by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research

  5. Locationaladvantages • 1 of the 6 winners in the “Excellence in Higher Education” competition • Reputable research centers located directly on campus

  6. Data, figures, facts • 12 departments with more than 100 study programs • ca. 14,200 students • 2,070 employees (incl. Profs and research assistants) • Land area: 36 ha (ca. 94 acres)

  7. Departments • Architecture • Biology • Chemistry • Civil Engineering • Computer Science • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

  8. Departments • Mathematics • Mechanical and Process Engineering • Physics • Social Sciences • Urban and Environmental Planning • Economics and School of Management

  9. State Research Centers • (CM)² – Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling • OPTIMAS – Centre for Optics and Material Sciences

  10. State Research Units • Advanced Materials Engineering (AME) – Development and use of new materials • Ambient Systems (AmSys) – Technologies and Applications

  11. State Research Units • BioComp – Complex Data Analysis in Life Sciences and Biotechnology • Nanostructured Catalysts (NanoKat) - A more efficient use of raw materials

  12. State Research Units • HiPerCon – High Performance Composite Constructions • Center for Commercial Vehicle Technology (ZNT) – Interdisciplinary research and technology transfer

  13. Priority research Fields With High Potential • Cognitive Science • Coordination of Value Co-Creation Service Networks (CoVaCo) • Wood-Engineering – Center for Wood Architecture and Wood constructationalmaterials • Region and City

  14. Collaborative Research Centres • SFB/TRR 49 "Condensed Matter Systems with Variable Many-Body Interactions" (seit 2007) • SFB/TRR 88 "Kooperative Effekte in homo- und heterometallischen Komplexen (3MET)" (seit 2011) • SFB 926 "Bauteiloberflächen: Morphologie auf der Mikroskala" (seit 2011)

  15. International Research Units (DFG/JST) • FOR 967 "Functions and mechanisms of ribosomal tunnel exit ligands" (since 2008) • FOR 1061 "Dynamic storage functions of plant vacuoles" (since 2008) • FOR 1464 "Advanced spintronic materials and transport phenomena" (since 2010)

  16. Research Training Groups • GRK 1932 "Stochastic Models for Innovations in the Engineering Sciences" (since 2014) • Ph.D. program in Information Technology (since 2003)

  17. International Research Training Groups • IRTG 1830 (int. Research Training Group) "Complex Membrane Proteins in Cellular Development and Disease" (since 2012) • IRTG 2057 „Physical Modeling for Virtual Manufacturing Systems and Processes“ (since 2014)

  18. DFG Priority Programmes • SPP 1337 "Aktive Mikrooptik” (since 2008, cooperation) • SPP 1391 "Ultrafast Nanooptics" (since 2009) • SPP 1489 "Algorithmicand Experimental Methods in Algebra, GeometryandNumberTheory" (since 2010)

  19. DFG Priority Programmes • SPP 1538 "Spin Caloric Transport (SpinCaT)" (since 2011, cooperation) • SPP 1608 „Ultrafast and temporally precise information processing: normal and dysfunctional hearing“

  20. Fraunhofer - Institutes • Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental SoftwareEngineering (IESE) • Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics(ITWM)

  21. Institutes • German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) • Institute for Surface and Thin Film Analysis (IFOS) • Institute for Composite Materials (IVW) • Research Institute for Technology and Work (ITA)

  22. Institutes • Institute forBiotechnology andDrug Research(IBWF) • Max-Planck-Institute for Software-Systems (MPI) • Science Alliance Kaiserslautern e.V

  23. Service facilities • Foundation Office TU and FH • Centre for Distance Learning and Further Education (ZFUW) • Day nursery (KiTa) • eTeachingService Center (eTSC) • NanoStructuring Center (NSC)

  24. Service facilities • Student Union • InnovationalManagement GmbH (IMG) • KIT (Information and Technology Transfer Office) • Patent Information Centre (PIZ) • Technology Transfer • Uni-Shop (VKB e.V.)