Theme Year 2023 "Sustainability"
Researchers at TU Ilmenau are developing innovative technological solutions to preserve our natural life-support systems:
They are working on processes for the production of green hydrogen, making our power grids fit for the demands of the energy transition or further developing electromobility. They are already helping to shape a sustainable world of tomorrow.
With the Scientific Year 2023 "Sustainability" we are focusing on projects that pursue novel and resource-saving approaches in energy and medical technology, industrial production and information technology - technologies that record and regulate the state of plant and animal life in our ecosystems, but also new methods in our working world, in climate and energy communication or in digitization.
Our scientists develop the most precise scales in the world - innovative electronic components inspired by human nerve cells - designer molecules that fight cancer... 100 professors work across disciplines to find solutions to the major challenges facing society: growing mobility, sustainable use of resources, demographic change. To this end, we bundle our expertise in three profile lines and actively promote the transfer of knowledge and technology to society.
There are many reasons to study at the Technische Universität Ilmenau: the practical training at the highest level - top rankings - excellent supervision - state-of-the-art equipment - best career prospects - and exciting future topics such as autonomous mobility, bio-inspired technology, networked communication or sustainable economic models, which characterize the traditionally strongly engineering-oriented range of study programs.
Established in 1894, the Thüringisches Technikum, the forerunner of the TU Ilmenau, already trained highly qualified engineers, and with the founding of the University of Electrical Engineering in 1953, the academic training of graduate engineers began. Today, five modern departments conduct interdisciplinary research and teaching in engineering, mathematics and natural sciences as well as economic sciences and media.