1 May: The Technical School is founded in Dresden and the Royal Saxon Commerce Deputation takes over the administration. Wilhelm Gotthelf Lohrmann (1796-1840), who did great scientific service as Inspector of the Saxon Cameral Survey, is the director. For the time being, the domicile of the institute is located very modestly in the Garden Pavilion on Brühlsche Terrasse and in a vault of the Kuffenhaus on Zeughaus Square.
Outstanding teachers were convinced of the merits of working at the institute. Among them was Johann Andreas Schubert, designer of the first operational German steam locomotive "Saxonia."
The Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of the largest “Technische Universitäten” in Germany and one of the leading and most dynamic universities in Germany. As a full-curriculum university with 18 faculties in five schools it offers a broad variety of 122 disciplines and covers a wide research spectrum. Its focuses of Biomedicine, Bioengineering, Materials sciences, Information technology, Microelectronics as well as Energy and Environment are considered exemplary in Germany and throughout Europe.
Acknowledgement of CDD for its excellent reputation in the domains of demography and diversity.CDD integrates themes of experts by TUD and successfully transfers its knowledge to relevant stakeholders in science and practice.
Master’s degree, in German
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