Karlsruhe Sefydliad Technoleg

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y Karlsruhe Sefydliad Technoleg is one of the largest and most prestigious research and education institutions in Germany known for its high quality of research work around the world.

KIT ei chreu yn 2009 pan Prifysgol Karlsruhe (Prifysgol Karlsruhe), a sefydlwyd yn 1825 fel prifysgol ymchwil cyhoeddus a elwir hefyd yn “fridericiana”, uno â'r Karlsruhe Research Center Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, a sefydlwyd yn wreiddiol fel canolfan ymchwil niwclear genedlaethol (Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe, neu Siambr) yn 1956.

KIT yw un o'r prifysgolion mwyaf blaenllaw yn y Peirianneg a Naturiol Gwyddorau yn Ewrop, ranking chweched cyffredinol mewn effaith dyfyniad. KIT is a member of the TU9 German Institutes of Technology e.V. Fel rhan o'r CMC Menter Rhagoriaeth Prifysgolion Almaeneg ei hachredu â statws rhagoriaeth mewn 2006. Yn y 2011 Safle perfformiad o bapurau gwyddonol, Karlsruhe safle cyntaf yn yr Almaen ac ymhlith y deg prifysgol uchaf yn Ewrop o ran peirianneg a naturiol gwyddorau.

Yn y 2015 Cyflawnwyd QS Prifysgol World Rankings y Sefydliad Karlsruhe Technoleg lle 93eg yn y safle byd-eang ar draws pob disgyblaeth ac 62eg a lle 34eg mewn peirianneg a naturiol gwyddorau, yn y drefn honno. Yn y 2013 Taiwan safle, KIT (rheng byd 61) Arhosodd y Brifysgol gorau Almaenig yn y peirianneg a naturiol gwyddorau, ranked in the engineering sciences ahead of the RWTH Aachen (rheng byd 89), Prifysgol Dechnegol Munich (rheng byd 94) a Phrifysgol Dechnegol o Dresden (rheng byd 108). Ar gyfer y gwyddorau naturiol KIT (rheng byd 51) arweiniodd y gymhariaeth yn y cartref yn erbyn y LMU Munich (rheng byd 62), Prifysgol Heidelberg (rheng byd 72) a Phrifysgol Dechnegol Munich (rheng byd 81).

Gyda mwy na 9,000 cyflogeion a chyllideb flynyddol o tua EUR 785 miliwn, KIT yn un o'r sefydliadau ymchwil ac addysg mwyaf ledled y byd ac mae ganddo'r potensial o gyrraedd safle uchaf mewn meysydd ymchwil a ddewiswyd ar lefel ryngwladol. Yr amcan yw troi KIT i mewn i sefydliad o ymchwil pen, addysg wyddonol ragorol, a lleoliad amlwg o fywyd academaidd, Dysgu Gydol Oes, hyfforddiant cynhwysfawr uwch, cyfnewid anghyfyngedig o yn gwybod-sut, a diwylliant arloesi cynaliadwy.

 

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  1. mathemateg
  2. Ffiseg
  3. Chemistry and Biology
  4. Humanities and Social sciences
  5. pensaernïaeth
  6. Peirianneg sifil, Daeareg, and Ecological Sciences
  7. Peirianneg Fecanyddol
  8. Chemical and Process Engineering
  9. Electrical engineering and Information Technology
  10. Cyfrifiadureg
  11. Economeg a Rheoli

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The University of Karlsruhe was founded as Polytechnische Schule, a polytechnical school, ar 7 Hydref 1825. It was modelled upon the École polytechnique in Paris. Yn 1865, Grand Duke Friedrich I of Baden raised the school to the status of a Hochschule, an institution of higher education. ers 1902 the university has also been known as the fridericiana in his honour. Yn 1885, it was declared a Technische Hochschule, or institute of technology, ac yn 1967 it became an Universität, a full university, which gave it the right to award regular doctorate degrees. It had hitherto only been allowed to award doctorates in engineering, identified as Dr. Ing, a right bestowed on all technical institutes in 1899.

The University of Karlsruhe has been one of the leading German institutions in computer science. A central computer laboratory was founded in 1966. The department of informatics was established three years later, along with the first regular course in informatics. ar 2 Awst 1984, the university received Germany’s first email. The Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung (Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research) was founded at the university in 1985.

The university also cooperated extensively with the Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe Research Centre), and this relationship was formalised on 6 Ebrill 2006 when Professor Horst Hippler and Dr. Dieter Ertmann from the University of Karlsruhe, and Professor Manfred Popp and Assistant Jur. Sigurd Lettow from Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe signed a contract for the foundation of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The name was chosen in emulation of the Sefydliad Technoleg Massachusetts (Â), the leading technical university in the United States. Ym mis Chwefror 2008, the merger of the university and the research centre to form KIT was agreed by the state of Baden-Württemberg and Germany’s federal government. The necessary state law was passed on 8 Gorffennaf 2009. KIT was formally established on 1 Hydref 2009.

The main reason for establishing KIT was to strengthen Karlsruhe’s position in the German Universities Excellence Initiative, which offered elite universities grants of up to 50 million euros per annum. This aim was not achieved: while the University of Karlsruhe was chosen for the initiative in 2006/2007, KIT failed to secure a place in 2012. It did, fodd bynnag, attract funds from other sources. Yn 2008, Hans-Werner Hector, co-founder of SAP, Codwyd 200 million euros to support researchers at the institute. (Hector is the only founder of SAP who did not graduate from the University of Karlsruhe; he was given an honorary doctorate for his support of intellectually gifted children in 2003.)


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