The Universität Stuttgart is situated in the middle of a highly dynamic economic region with a worldwide reputation for excellency in the fields of mobile and information technology, production, process engineering as well as in life sciences. The Universität Stuttgart was founded in 1829, at the beginning of the industrial age in Europe, and will celebrate its 175 th anniversary in 2004.
The cooperation between technical, physical and human sciences has always been an advantage of the Universität Stuttgart. Today the university is a modern, achievement-orientated institution with a comprehensive range of subjects and a focus on technical and physical disciplines. The maxim is not only "job-qualification", but "technology, knowledge and education for mankind", as the motto of the Universität Stuttgart says.
At the University of Stuttgart a distinction is to be made between two groups of research associations: on the one hand those that are predominantly supported by institutes from the University of Stuttgart (which does not exclude cooperations with external partners) and on the other hand associations in which external partners play an equal role. Above all this includes cooperation’s with industrial companies. Within each group a distinction is made according to scope and maturity level. You will find a summary here.Research Associations with external partners
The University of Stuttgart with its 20,000 students and 7,000 employees is one of the leading European Research Universities with a main focus on engineering and natural sciences. The University of Stuttgart is committed to excellent basic and applied research and interdisciplinary academic education.The excellence initiative of the German state and federal governments has recently approved the funding of theCluster of Excellence EXC 310 Simulation Technology (SimTech) at the University of Stuttgart. In this context, the Stuttgart Research Centre for Simulation Technology (SRC SimTech) is asking for applications for the following positions:
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The services for students are a roundup of offerings the TIK provides. In conjunction with their matriculation, every student receives a user name, email address and password for the student services, the so-called TIK-account.
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In general, you should use the wireless network “eduroam”. Eduroam is a world wide cooperation with many other universities. Students from universities that participate in the collaboration can also use the wireless network. Instructions setting up the “eduroam” network can be found on the website of the helpdesk.
As campus university with two well connected locations, close to attractive recreation possibilities in the environment and closely integrated in the cultural live of the city, the university provides the best conditions for studying and working as well as a diversity of job chances for graduates. Together with modern information technologies, comfortable hostels and housing for guest lecturers, the neighbouring institutions of the Max Planck-, the Fraunhofer Institute and the German Aerospace Center constitute a fertile ground for innovations and scientific communication.
Teaching in general is pretty good! Lecturers are really friendly, high level of education! exam timetable could be improved! (exams reach over most of the lecture-free time)
The quality of education might be really good. But ai dont like the framework conditions: the mensa is way to expensive for the quaöity you get. The buildings are grey. Equipment is old. Way to less places to study in quite space. Not at all a creativity and nnovation promoting surrounding. Doesn't have the feeling of being in a big school or "home", but rather a...
I really enjoyed my studies in the University of Stuttgart. The Master's program I completed was in English so it provided the perfect international environment I was looking for. There were a lot of students from different of countries and it was quite fun to experience this variety of cultures firsthand. The majority of the courses were challenging to complete, but also...