Ollscoil Darmstadt Teicneolaíochta

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Chun freastal ar na dúshláin forbartha inbhuanaithe dár sochaí agus dár ngeilleagar, ní mór dúinn a thiomáint, líonra agus athmhachnamh ár n-nóisin agus úsáid na teicneolaíochta. Ag Ollscoil Darmstadt Teicneolaíochta, táimid ag díriú ar shaincheisteanna a bhaineann le teicneolaíocht; muid ag triail cur chuige nua agus deiseanna nua.

Ár eolaithe taighde bunúsach seamhain agus go cruthaitheach aistriú a gcuid léargais réitigh teicneolaíochta. An teicneolaíocht a chruthaíonn siad oireann smartly i dtimpeallachtaí oibríochta casta. foghlaim Ár mac léinn a synthesize taighde den scoth agus infheidhmeacht phraiticiúil ó thús.

Creidim go bhfuil sé ar cheann de na tascanna domhanda eolaíochta don todhchaí a leagan an bunchloch inbhuanaithe, rathúnas inmharthana. Is Darmstadt Ollscoil Teicneolaíochta cheann de na hollscoileanna na príomhchúiseanna le na Gearmáine teicneolaíochta, agus ar a dtugtar ar fud an domhain le haghaidh a éachtaí ceannródaíoch. Cuimsíonn sé na dúshláin sa todhchaí le taighde den scoth i réimsí roghnaithe agus oideachas den chéad scoth.

An tOllamh Dr. Hans Jürgen Prömel, Uachtarán, Ollscoil Darmstadt Teicneolaíochta

Ollscoil na príomhchúiseanna le teicneolaíocht

Ó bunaíodh é in 1877, Darmstadt Ollscoil Teicneolaíochta Bhí a chuid féin dul i ngleic leis na saincheisteanna práinneacha ar an todhchaí le gnóthachtálacha ceannródaíoch agus taighde den scoth agus teaching.TU Darmstadt Dírítear ar roghnaithe, réimsí faidhbe thar a bheith ábhartha. Tá Teicneolaíocht ag croílár ár disciplíní ar fad ag TU Darmstadt. Na hEolaíochtaí Nádúrtha chomh maith le Eolaíochtaí Sóisialta agus Daonnachtaí comhoibriú go dlúth le Innealtóireacht.

D'fhonn a leathnú a saineolas go straitéiseach, TU Darmstadt Coinníonn éagsúla comhpháirtíochtaí le cuideachtaí agus institiúidí taighde. Is mór an fórsa tiomána tábhachtach i bhforbairt eacnamaíochta agus teicneolaíochta den cheantar cathrach Frankfurt-Rhein-Neckar.

Tá ár taighde den scoth atá aitheanta ag deontais éagsúla laistigh den Tionscnamh Feabhais. taitneamh a bhaint as ár gcéimithe a cháil ar fud an domhain gnó. Déanann ár feidhmíocht den scoth ar dúinn ar cheann de na hollscoileanna na príomhchúiseanna le teicneolaíocht sa Ghearmáin agus tá sé tuillte againn infheictheacht idirnáisiúnta agus cáil. Faoi láthair tá sé ar cheann de na domhan barr 100 ollscoileanna le innealtóireacht agus teicneolaíocht réir an dá AN Rangú Ollscoileanna Domhanda agus QS World University Rankings.

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Mic léinn agus lucht acadúil in Ollscoil Darmstadt Teicneolaíochta chéile thaighde den scoth le infheidhmeacht phraiticiúil láidir. Seo é an chaoi a chruthú dúinn deiseanna den scoth ar gach rungs an dréimire gairme.

cháilíonn againn dár gcuid mac léinn do phoist san eolaíocht agus gnó ag éileamh le cúrsaí atá taighde dírithe, ach freisin iad a ullmhú do riachtanais an tsaoil oibre. éabhlú Ár mic léinn cruthaitheacha isteach, daoine idirdhealaitheach. Ráthaíonn an nádúr idirnáisiúnta ár gcúrsaí le taithí múnlaitheacha agus oscailteacht i leith mac léinn idirnáisiúnta. Céim ó TU Darmstadt Bears lipéad cáilíochta a osclaíonn suas ar na deiseanna gairme fearr.

Ag Ollscoil Darmstadt Teicneolaíochta, Gheobhaidh eolaithe teacht spreagúil, Timpeallacht an-tacúil d'obair iarchéime agus gairmeacha eolaíoch araon. Oibríonn siad i bhfoirne idirnáisiúnta agus i ndlúthchomhar leis na comhpháirtithe acadúla agus corparáideacha. Réitíonn cultúr TU Darmstadt ar an chomhair an bealach do éachtaí.

Scoileanna / Coláistí / Ranna / Cúrsaí / dámha


The Department:

  • ailtireacht
  • Civil Engineering and Geodesy
  • Bitheolaíocht
  • Ceimic
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • Stair agus sna hEolaíochtaí Sóisialta
  • Eolaíochtaí daonna
  • Eolaíocht Ríomhaireachta
  • Innealtóireacht Mheicniúil
  • Materials and Earth Sciences
  • Matamaitic
  • Fisic
  • Dlí agus Eacnamaíocht

Fields of Study:

  • Computational Engineering
  • Energy Science and Engineering
  • Information Systems Engineering
  • Meicnic
  • Mechatronics

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On 10 Deireadh Fómhair 1877 Ludwig IV, Großherzog von Hessen und bei Rhein (Grand Duke of Hessen), named the Polytechnic School Technische Hochschule zu Darmstadt (Darmstadt Polytechnic) and thereby raised the status of this educational institution to that of a university so that the Abitur (diploma from German secondary school qualifying for university admission or matriculation) became the basis for admission. in 1899 the TH Darmstadt was granted the right to award doctorates.

The University’s history is varied: its early phases began with the Höhere Gewerbschule (Higher Trade School), a bunaíodh i 1836 and received its own building near the ‘Altes Pädagogon Kapellplatz in 1844, followed by the Technische Schule (Technical School) i 1864 agus an Großherzoglich Hessische Polytechnische Schule (Grand Ducal Hessian Polytechnic) i 1868. Ag an am sin, heated discussions were continually held in political circles on the issue as to whether such a poor state as the Grand Duchy of Hessen could afford a technically oriented higher educational institution, or even a polytechnic. After the foundation of the TH Darmstadt i 1877, student numbers kept on being so low that in the years from 1881 chun 1882 there were long debates in public about closing down the University. In this difficult situation, the local government and the University made the courageous decision to set up the first chair of electrical engineering worldwide. Thus the School of Electrical Engineering came into being as the sixth faculty of the TH Darmstadt, which was a novelty in academia, because until then no other polytechnic or university had had its own Faculty of Electrical Engineering. This forward-looking higher education policy paved the way for Darmstadt to take up a leading position in the rapidly developing field of Electrical Engineering, which in turn led to a continuously rising number of students, so that the closure of the TH Darmstadt never was demanded again.

in 1895 new buildings were opened in Hochschulstrasse: the ‘Alte Hauptgebäude’ (the ‘Old Main Building’ na hOllscoile) and an institute building directly opposite. During the two decades before the World War I, all disciplines of the university underwent diversification and expansion. New disciplines such as Paper Making and Cellulose Chemistry were introduced, and as early as 1913 a Chair of Aeronautics and Flight Mechanics was set up.

Idir an dá linn, the political climate had become stormier, and a growing political polarization exploded in Darmstadt over the question of foreign students. The TH Darmstadt had an extraordinarily large number of foreign students. in 1906, mar shampla, as many as three quarters of the Electrical Engineering students were from abroad, mainly from states of eastern Europe.

After the World War I there was an urgent need for reform of the education system at the TH Darmstadt, which was seen as a prerequisite for meeting the requirements of a modern industrial society. Intense discussions were held on the aim of extending the curriculum beyond the purely technical education in order to prepare the engineer for his leading role in society. A concrete step in this direction was taken in 1924, when the ‘General Faculty’, which until then had combined all the non-technical subjects, was divided into a Department of Mathematics and Natural Science and a Department of Cultural Studies and Political Science. ina theannta sin, the measures taken to provide students with knowledge outside their own narrow field of study included the upgrading of Economics and the creation of professorships in Political Science, History of Technology and Sociology.

On the night of 11/12 Meán Fómhair 1944, eighty per cent of the city, including many of the university’s buildings, were destroyed during a bomb attack. For a short period in 1945 parts of the TH Darmstadt may have been closed by decree of the Allies before it was reopened in 1946. The electrical engineering department remained continuously functional, doing work under contract with the U.S. Army to build components of the V-2 guidance system. “But we have to be careful how we word this production order because we don’t want the Russians to know that we are cranking up the V-2 system.In spite of the difficult post-war situation, university staff and students alike managed to settle down to university work in the severely damaged buildings, which had to be used as a makeshift solution.

As early as 1947 the TH Darmstadt played host to the first ‘Internationaler Kongress für IngenieurausbildungIKIA’ (International Congress on Engineering Education), at which the participants discussed the moral responsibility of the technical intelligentsia and of the scientific elite in politics and society. In view of the disastrous consequences of the war, the participants (with the exception of the Americans,who had already contracted with THD faculty to continue weapon development), committed themselves henceforth to do research and teaching in engineering and scientific disciplines solely for the peaceful development of mankind.

The speech delivered by Dr. James R. Newman, Director of American Military Government of Hessen, mar sin féin, made NO mention of such a commitment, while stating that:

An interchange of these [past experience], together with ideas and methods of education along engineering lines, will aid greatly, not only in the reconstruction of battle torn countries, but also in the bringing about of a universal understanding and mutual respect, and the charity which have prevented the understanding, the tolerance, the respect, and the charity so necessary for the peace, happiness, and contentment that is the dream of every human being on this earth.

The post-war period of reconstruction was largely based on a major development programme in the 1960s, by means of which universities and the state reacted to the continuously rising numbers of students. Since almost no land was available in the city centre for new construction projects, the decision was taken in 1963 to use the ‘Lichtwiese’ (a former airfield on the outskirts of the city) as a site for building extensions to the TH. Thus in the late 1960s and in the early 1970s numerous buildings, including a new student cafeteria, were erected there and ultimately became the university’s second campus.

Tar éis 1968 the university reform, having been initiated by the student movement, was beginning to take shape both at a national and a regional level. It aimed at creating clear university structures and the involvement of all university members in decision-making processes. in 1970 the ‘Hessisches Hochschulgesetz’ (Higher Education Laws of the Federal State of Hessen) came into force. These gave the TH Darmstadt, along with other Hessian universities and polytechnics, a new structure based on the introduction of a presidential statute and a unified administration as well as the subdivision of the University structure into schools.

In the mid 1970s there was another rapid rise in student numbers. Staff development, mar sin féin, lagged far behind, resulting in inevitable restrictions on admission imposed either by the central government or by the University. Regardless of the staff’s heavy workload, the TH Darmstadt managed to set the course for the future, as evidenced by the School of Information Science, a bunaíodh i 1974, the ‘Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Technikforschung – ZIT’ (Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies on Technology), a bunaíodh sa bhliain 1987, and the School of Materials Science, a bunaíodh i 1989. This School, which offers a new course of studies has been housed in a new building on the Lichtwiese since 1996.

By the end of the 20th century, the TH Darmstadt had had the legal status of a university, and had been offering a correspondingly wide range of subjects, for over a hundred years. For these reasons, and also with the objective of sharpening public awareness of the university’s status at home and abroad, the TH Darmstadt was renamed Technische Universität Darmstadt (also its official English name is Technische Universität Darmstadt albeit often called Ollscoil Darmstadt Teicneolaíochta) ar 1 Deireadh Fómhair 1997. This name change was partly prompted by misunderstandings that had occurred in English-speaking countries, where ‘Technische Hochschulehad often been mistakenly transliterated as ‘Technical High School’, providing a totally misleading connotation.


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