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New Year's Address 2021
Address from the President of Technische Universität Berlin Professor Christian Thomsen.
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Alumni Podcast „Zukunftsmacher*innen“
Architecture alumnus Mirza Vranjaković talks about sustainabilty and the importance of tolerance for future needs in the process of planning buildings
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Are RNA Technologies Revolutionizing Medicine?
To explore the behavior of viruses, the Chair of Applied Biochemistry uses special bioprinting processes to produce human 3D organ models.
Coronavirus © Alissa Eckert, MS, Dan Higgins, MAM
University Operations under Pandemic Conditions
Phase 2 - new regulations: The Crisis Committee provides information about TU Berlin's three-phased plan and its implications.
New Year's Address 2021
Alumni Podcast
Our labs in focus: RNA technologies
Information about the coronavirus
TU Berlin main building © Oana Popa-Costea

Winter Semester 2020/2021

How will the winter semester 2020/2021 at Technische Universität Berlin be organized? Students and lecturers find an overview of current information here.

Stories from Technische Unversität Berlin

Interstellar dust cloud. This bubble consisting of hydrogen, helium and other gases © ESA/Hubble & NASA, Judy Schmidt

Echo of a Cosmic Eruption

What the deep sea reveals about the Milky Way: Scientists investigated stardust that originates from sediments found 4,000 meters below sea level near the south-western tip of Australia.

Vice President Hans-Ulrich Heiß and awardee Ardit Dvorani © Felix Noak

Motivated, dedicated, excellent – award worthy

The Erwin Stephan Prize is awarded annually to students with excellent academic performance. In 2020, Ardit Dvorani (photo) and Maximilian Ringleb were awarded the prize in recognition of their outstanding work.

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"We Need to Critically Examine How We Live"

Stefan Heiland, co-initiator of the call for an eco-friendly and socially just way of life and economy, on the limits of technology, suppressed social contradictions and a childhood dream.

© Private Sammlung Burkhard Lüdtke

“He Just Wants to Make Music”

Burkhard Lüdtke worked as a lecturer for model building at Technische Universität Berlin for 30 years, shaping the minds of generations of students. In his second life, he is the singer and songwriter of countless songs, including the Schlager hit “Herzilein”.

Globe © Philipp Arnoldt

International Affairs

Around the world: 43,000 people from 150 different countries make up Technische Universität Berlin. Whether professors, students, or administrative staff, they are all part of a network of international cooperation. This topic portal highlights encounters and experiences.

Graphic recording © Felix Noak

Knowledge Exchange

What does knowledge exchange mean exactly? Whether practical labs, citizen science projects, or other forms of interaction: Reciprocal exchange with society and industry is a key value of Technische Universität Berlin. Learn more about our range of activities in the topic portal.

Coworking space EINS © Felix Noak


Technische Universität Berlin actively supports its members entrepreneurial activities. In our “Entrepreneurship” topic portal, you can find exciting stories about our start-ups and news from our Centre for Entrepreneurship.

Women playing an outdoor game © Felix Noak

Campus Life

The Technische Universität Berlin campus resembles a small city: There are large and small events, numerous cafés, initiatives and organizations, and sports and cultural offers. The “Campus Life” topic portal captures inspirational topics that enrich everyday University life.

Bag "Berlin University Alliance" © Felix Noak

Excellence Strategy

At 16:13 on 19 July 2019, cheers erupted from within Urania Berlin. The results of the Excellence Strategy competition had just been announced via live stream. This was the first year Technische Universität Berlin was awarded the title of Excellence – together with its consortium partners Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. As the Berlin University Alliance, the four institutions are now implementing their concept for an integrated research space. This topic portal takes a look behind the scenes.

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Climate Protection

We’ve got the brains for the future for the benefit of society – Technische Universität Berlin’s slogan is one of commitment and, when it comes to climate protection, is more current than ever. The commitment to the demands of the Fridays for Future movement, the creation of a new climate research institute, or forgoing long haul flights: The topic portal tells the stories behind these developments.

Getting started at Technische Universität Berlin