2019 / 20
Industrial Engineering, Department
- Münchner Platz 2-3
- 01187 Dresden
- Phone: +49 351 321-96
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Special features regarding teachingCommunication of sound knowledge of subject-specific academic methods and tools; efficient preparation of economic decisions with suitable instruments; independent recognition and solution of economic and engineering problems; Very good library inventory; Modern laboratory equipment; AQUA courses; Career Service; Additional courses thanks to Open Topic professorships.
Special features regarding the international orientationAt TUDIAS students access free of charge a comprehensive range of language courses to prepare for stays abroad. The Diploma course can be studied with an international focus. For this course, at least 35 credit points from engineering sciences, at least 35 credit points from economics and at least 20 credit points from a course taken at an international university must be obtained. Students also have the option of an additional focus on Interdisciplinary Studies.
Common partner universities for exchangeUniversity of Wolverhampton, England; University of the West of Scotland in Paisley, Scotland; Audencia Nantes, France; La Sapienza in Rome, Italy; Université de Lyon, France; Charles-University, Prague, Czech Republic; Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Austria; University of Economics Wroclaw, Poland; University of Pavia, Italy; University of Strasbourg, France
Special features regarding the equipmentModern technical laboratories; current and wide range of subject-specific software products; sufficient computer pools; Databases of the Library of the State of Saxony – State and University Library.
Special features regarding research activitiesStudents are given the possibility at an early stage of taking part in various research projects (technical, Economics); these topics may also be continued in the final theses (Bachelor's, Master's theses); creation of additional Open Topic professorships, "Dresden-concept" enables the networking of the TUD with the four major research institutes in Dresden.
Research topics reflected in teachingManufacturing and materials handling systems, spare parts management, humanitarian logistics, supply chain management, supplier management, risk management, operations research, machine capacity and scheduling, production planning and control, enterprise resource planning systems, digitalisation, IT architecture, enterprise modelling, innovation and technology management, entrepreneurship, business intelligence, data mining, Web 2.0, renewable energy and energy systems, controlling systems, life cycle costing, capital markets, relationship marketing, technology marketing, pricing policy.
Website with further information on research activitieshttps://tu-dresden.de/bu/wirtschaft/forschung
Support for foundersThe "Dresden exists" initiative of the TU Dresden allows students to test entrepreneurial ideas, close skill gaps and receive support with the implementation of ideas. This is further aided by a comprehensive range of information and qualification events/courses.
Other special featuresParticipation in student management consultancy PAUL Consultants e.V. at TU Dresden.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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