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Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering

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  • Sep 22, 2016

    Erster IEEE 5G Summit auf deutschem Boden: 5G Lab Germany in Dresden gehört zur Weltspitze der Mobilfunk-Entwicklung

    In Dresden wird die nächste Generation der mobilen Kommunikation maßgeblich entwickelt. Sie ermöglicht die tiefgreifende Digitalisierung von Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft.

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  • Aug 22, 2016

    Revolutionize electronic circuits – Chua Memristor Center founded in Dresden

    Memristors enable an entirely new and significantly more powerful type of electronic circuit than we know today. The application of memristors could hence completely change the inner workings of computers. The center was founded to pave the way for this revolution in the field of circuit technology.

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  • Jul 12, 2016

    Mehr Zeit aus dem Beschleuniger kitzeln

    Physiker und Ingenieure der TU Dresden (TUD) und des Helmholtz-Zentrums Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) haben einen Weg gefunden, um Teilchen-Beschleuniger effektiver zu nutzen. Sie haben dafür gemeinsam einen elektronischen Spektrometer-Chip konstruiert.

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Thinking in Systems

The Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering comprises 29 chairs and  four junior professorships. The faculty's activities in teaching and research are correspondingly varied and cover the entire range of this area.

The faculty has an excellent network not only with international universities and research institutions, but also with industry. So the teaching at the faculty covers both theoretical aspects as well as practical training. The students therefore can make valuable contacts for their future careers at an early stage.