The University of Stuttgart, founded in 1829, has around 24,000 students and 5,300 members of staff. Its vision of “Intelligent systems for a sustainable society” and its distinctive “Stuttgart Way” stand for consistent interdisciplinary networking of complimentary specialist disciplines as well as integrating engineering, science, humanities and social studies.
Its pre-eminent position as a globally networked research university is reflected, among other things, by the two Clusters of Excellence “Data-integrated simulation science” and “Integrative Computional Design and Construction for Architecture”, the research campus ARENA2036, its participation in the “Cybervalley” network as well as in numerous special research areas and graduate programs.
Simulation science, production technologies, quantum technologies, digital humanities as well as the topic of adaptive building stand out as particular highlights in the University of Stuttgart's research program.
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