International Affairs
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Establishing Cooperation

International scientific cooperations arise from the direct working relationships between individual TU Berlin researchers and their international partners. Our mission is to support existing contacts with partner institutions, promote new opportunities for cooperation or support signing cooperation agreements.

Contact at International Affairs by region

Africa

CountryContact at International Affairs
EgyptEvelina Skurski, Dr. Jan an Haack
all other African countriesSandra Hornoff

Americas

North America

CountryContact at International Affairs
Canada, USADr. Jan an Haack
MexicoMax Vidal Carranza
  

Central America

CountryContact at International Affairs
all Central American countriesMax Vidal Carranza
  

South America

CountryContact at International Affairs
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, UruguayDr. Jan an Haack
all other South American CountriesMax Vidal Carranza
  

Asia

Asia

CountryContact at International Affairs
China, India, Indonesia, Kambodia, Korea (DPR), Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, East Timor, VietnamEvelina Skurski
Armeniea, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazachstan, Kyrgyzstan, Singapore, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, UzbekistanCindel Rexhausen
all other Central and South Asian countriesSandra Hornoff

Mideast

CountryContact at International Affairs
Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, SyriaSandra Hornoff
all other Middle Eastern countries 
  
  
  
  

Australia and Oceania

CountryContact at International Affairs
AustraliaEvelina Skurski
OceaniaSandra Hornoff

Europe

CountryContact at International Affairs
all European countriesDomenica Gerike

Academic Cooperation Under Complex Conditions

Modern science and education require international networking to tackle and find reliable solutions to global challenges. At the same time, trends can be observed worldwide that are making international cooperation increasingly difficult