Technische Universität Berlin's main campus is located in the borough of Charottenburg-Wilmersdorf at Ernst-Reuter-Platz and either side of Straße des 17. Juni, the imposing thoroughfare traversing the city from Ernst-Reuter-Platz to the Brandenburg Gate. The campus is home to the Main Building, the offices of the Executive Board, the Architecture, Chemistry and Mathematics Buildings, the landmark “Rosa Röhre”, as the former experimental station for water engineering and shipbuilding is known due to its distinctive pink pipe, the Telekom Hochhaus and the buildings on Marchstraße. All seven faculties are located on the main campus. As is the main studierendenWERK Berlin canteen. All in all, a compact and easy-to-navigate campus. The Production Technology Center (PTZ), a joint large-scale research lab for industrial production processes operated by Technische Universität Berlin and the Fraunhofer Society, is just a fifteen-minute walk away.
Bustling Savignyplatz and Kantstraße and Knesebeckstraße with their many cafés, restaurants, shops, theaters, cinemas and galleries can also be easily reached.
Public transport connections: The main campus enjoys excellent public transport connections. It can be reached by metro (Ernst-Reuter-Platz), S-Bahn (Zoologischer Garten and Tiergarten) and bus (Ernst-Reuter-Platz). Hauptbahnhof, Berlin's largest mainline railway station, is just two stops away by S-Bahn and the famous Zoo station with its mainline as well as S-Bahn and metro services a mere one stop.
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The University has a further site at Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 104–106 in the Tiergarten district of the borough of Mitte. Among the institutes located there is the Center for Research on Antisemitism.
Technische Universität Berlin's Wedding campus is located in the borough of Mitte. It includes the TIB site at Gustav-Mayer-Allee 25, home of the renowned Peter-Behrens-Halle, the Institute of Civil Engineering´s main experimental hall. Campus Wedding also houses further TU research institutes on Ackerstraße and Seestraße.
Public transport connections: All three locations – Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25, Ackerstraße 76 und Seestraße 13 – are just a short ride by metro or bus from the regional and mainline railway station at Gesundbrunnen.
Located in the borough of Tempelhof-Schöneberg, TU Campus EUREF is an affiliated but independent institute of Technische Universität Berlin. It is a European teaching, research and advisory institute for the areas of the environment, climate, energy and mobility.
Public transport connections: TU Campus EUREF is located at Torgauer Straße 12 and can be reached by S-Bahn.