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Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Welcome to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Smartphones, internet, or energy – life is literally impossible without electrical engineering and information technology – while their development is advancing rapidly and steadily allows for new technologies.

Further research and ongoing development of these areas is the primary goal of our faculty, which is enabled by manyfold research projects as well as teaching all necessary basics in several study courses.

Our lecturers are not only teachers, but also partners of our students, allowing dense collaboration of students and lecturers. Among other factors, this is the main reason why students experience excellent study conditions at our faculty.


Veranstaltungen

  • Thursday, 30.01.2020 Systems and Control Seminar (Seminar/Colloquium)


Faculty News

  • Alumni A young man with glasses speaks at university event.Five questions for TU-alumni Miyas Orfali

    Miyas Orfali obtained his master’s degree in Information and Communication Systems from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology last year, and he now works as an IT Consultant / Junior Environment Manager at Altran for Vodafone.

  • Research Three men in a room. Two talking to each other, in is sitting at a microscope. Foundations Laid for Building-Scale GPS Technology

    In the BMBF-funded project, Chemnitz University of Technology has developed a unique microchip that can determine the most precise location within buildings

Press Articles

  • Five questions for TU-alumni Miyas Orfali

    Miyas Orfali obtained his master’s degree in Information and Communication Systems from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology last year, and he now works as an IT Consultant / Junior Environment Manager at Altran for Vodafone. …

  • Driving Digitisation in the Classroom

    The first ever Digital Higher Education Days brought together players from almost all areas of Chemnitz University of Technology …

  • Electrical Energy from Alcohol

    The “NeMaCell“ ESF junior scientist research group is developing methanol fuel cells at Chemnitz University of Technology …

  • Strongly Networking Our Internationals

    The student project “TUCzine“ is bringing people from different cultures together – participation in the first issue of the magazine is possible up to 17 February …