Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

Research Institution


Founded in 1970 as a technical and scientific university, the University of Kaiserslautern is today the only university of engineering and engineering in Rhineland-Palatinate. As a campus university with around 14,200 students, the TU Kaiserslautern offers innovative and future-oriented study programs in twelve departments. With a wide variety of courses - from biophysics, biochemistry and chemical engineering to food chemistry and socio-informatics - the TU has a wide range of courses to offer its students. The TU Kaiserslautern enjoys an international reputation in research and teaching. In addition, students and (young) scientists benefit from the numerous internationally renowned research institutions, including two Fraunhofer Institutes, a Max Planck Institute, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence and the Institute for Composite Materials, which are closely involved in applied research cooperate with the TU.