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Introduction of Technische Universität Dresden / Germany Grant Applicant of TEMPUS SCM “MOBIL” Matthias Winker: 

Introduction of Technische Universität Dresden / Germany Grant Applicant of TEMPUS SCM “MOBIL” Matthias Winker European Project Center (EPC)

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Expansion of the European Union in 2004 Dresden, Germany European Union as of 2003

Dresden University of Technology: 

Dresden Dresden University of Technology Source World Cultural Heritage 2004

Surrounding Landscape: 

Surrounding Landscape » Elbsandsteingebirge «

175-year History: Technical College  Full-Scale University: 

1828: Technische Bildungsanstalt im Brühl´schen Pavillon 1871: Königl.-Sächsisches Polytechnikum 1890: Königl.-Sächsische Technische Hochschule 1961: Technische Universität Dresden 1990: Strukturelle und personelle Erneuerung zur Volluniversität mit 14 Fakultäten 175-year History: Technical College  Full-Scale University

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14 Faculties with 34.993 Students with a total of 8.000 employees on three main sites University Hospital Main Campus Faculty of Forestry Library Central Lecture Hall Arts Gallery

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Central Lecture Hall, completed in 1998, 28. Mill. Euro 6 Lecture Halls w/ total of 2,840 seats

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Joined State & University Library (2002), 97 Mill. Euro

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Joined State & University Library (2002) 420,000 books in open-access library, expandable to 850,000 copies; 2,4 million copies in magazine; 3,200 Periodicals; 990 reading desks

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Institutes of Biology, 2006 Instîtutes of Biotechnology – BIOTEC, 2003 Institutes of Informatcs, 2006

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Full-Scale University since 1990 Natural Sciences Fakultät Mathematik und Naturwissen-schaften mit den Fachrichtungen - Mathematik - Physik - Chemie und Lebensmittelchemie - Psychologie - Biologie Humanities & Social Sciences Philosophische Fakultät Fakultät Sprach-, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften Fakultät Erziehungs-wissenschaften Juristische Fakultät Fakultät Wirtschafts-wissenschaften Engineering Sciences Fakultät Informatik Fakultät Elektrotechnik und Informationstechn. Fakultät Maschinenwesen Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen Fakultät Architektur Fakultät Verkehrswissen-schaften „Friedrich List“ Fakultät Forst-, Geo- und Hydrowissenschaften Medical School Medizinische Fakultät Carl Gustav Carus

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14 faculties 34.882 students 4.232 public financed employees* (without Medicine) 1.891 public financed employees (Medicine) 2.095 third part financed employees (with Medicine) * 454 professors; 1.030 members of academic staff public financed posts (without Medicine)

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Total number of students 1989 – 2006 Beginner students 1995 – 2006 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 14.482 14.608 13.941 18.900 19.346 20.472 21.243 22.523 23.193 24.093 25.111 26.654 28.205 30.466 33.066 34.575 34.993 34.882 5.585 6.572 5.960 6.274 6.679 6.315 6.824 8.905 9.846 7.472 9.179 7.449

Students by Faculties 2006/07: 

sciences 4.536 (13%) engineering sciences 15.696 (45,0%) medicine 2.288 (6,6 %) humanities & social sciences 12.362 (35,4%) Students by Faculties 2006/07

where the students come from:: 

Total number: 34.993 based on the place where they passed „Abitur“/school leaving exam (A-level) Saxony: 20.620 (58,9 %) Saxony, without Dresden 5.335 (15,3%) Dresden (surroundings) 2.934 (8,4%) New Federal States, without Saxony 6.625 (18,9%) Dresden (city) 12.351 (35,2%) Foreign Countries 3.442 (9,8%) Old Federal States 4.306 (12,3%) where the students come from:

Examples of international and interdisciplinary courses:: 

Examples of international and interdisciplinary courses: 16 international study courses: e.g. Molekulare Biotechnologie Molecular Bioengineering Hydro Science and Engineering Rehabilitation Engineering Computational Engineering Computational Logic interdisciplinary study courses Mechatronik Informationssystem-technik Chemieingenieur-wissenschaften International Studies

Development of students ... from foreign countries: 

Development of students ... from foreign countries

TU Dresden – a university with profile: 

TU Dresden – a university with profile priorities / profile lines in research: Regenerative medicine and molecular bioengineering Material sciences, biomaterials and nanotechnology Information system technology Population, infrastructure and transportation Water, energy, environment

The network: Silicon Saxony : 

The association ”Silicon Saxony e.V.“ now conects 217 members. (www.silicon-saxony.net) The network: Silicon Saxony

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Third Party Financed Projects 1994 - 2005 Number of Projects Mio Euro EU Grants: 140 Projects appr. 40 Mio EUR in 2007: 12 running TEMPUS projects

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Third Part Financed Projects 2002 - 2006 Mio Euro: TUD - total number of projects: TUD Mio Euro: TUD - industry Mio Euro: 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

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TU Dresden: „The business incubator“ motivation qualifying coaching - events 413 projects since 1999 143 spin-off‘s 600 participants/term

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2003 2003 1999 1996 2001 2003 2002 2005 2000 1991

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Co-operations / Strategic Partnerships

International Relations – University partnerships : 

International Relations – University partnerships 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 Ferrara Florenz Florianopolis Györ Kaunas Kent Kiew Klaipeda Kosice Lappeeranta Las Villas Liberec 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 Ljubljana Lyon 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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It is a Service Center for European Research Promotion (means: all kinds of EU funded research & educational activities) in general. It is part of the university administration but fully independend from governmental money. A changing number of highly qualified staff (project manager) offers the full range of international project management. We consult potential applicants at all stages of their projects. We do also take over the full range of financial management of the projects and the relevant parts in reporting. European Project Center – What do we offer! Benefit: A higher qualtiy of project proposal and better project implementation as well as minimising mistakes (financial losses).

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Technische Universität Dresden Mr. Matthias Winker, Director European Project Center (EPC) Tel.: +49 351 463 33303 D-01062 Dresden / Germany Fax: +49 351 463 39742 Email: epc@tu-dresden.de Section Research: Mr. Frank Bösenberg Tel.: +49 351 463 39740 Email: frank.bösenberg@tu-dresden.de Section Education & Cooperation: Mrs. Ines Schmidt Tel.: +49 351 463 39741 Email: ines.schmidt@tu-dresden.de Contact: www.epc-dresden.de

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