The department

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology dates back to 1882, when the first professor of electrical engineering was appointed in Stuttgart. Since then, the department has become an internationally recognized research and development center in many areas of modern electrical engineering and information technology.

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology belongs to the Faculty 5 for Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the University of Stuttgart.

Currently, 15 institutes are assigned to the department, each of them specializing in their respective areas of teaching and research.

Committees

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology belongs to Faculty 5 "Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology". Thus, all professors of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology are also members of the Great Faculty Council of Faculty 5.

 

Faculty Council

The duties of the examination board include:

  • Recognition of examination results
  • Application for late withdrawal from the examination (with reasons, see examination regulations)
  • Fundamental decisions in course-related questions

Examination Board

The Study Commission (StuKo) of a course of study is the advisory body of the Grand Faculty Council for teaching in the respective course of study. It prepares proposals for the further development and improvement of the programme and its contents. It also initiates the examination regulations and necessary changes to them. A further task of the StuKo is to decide on the distribution of the decentralised quality assurance funds (QSM). However, all decisions must be approved by the Grand Faculty Council.

 

Study Commission

PD Dr.-Ing.

Markus Gaida

Managing Director association of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Institutes; Program Manager Electrical Engineering

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Laura Steiner

Study Office Electrical Engineering and Information Technology; Advisor for First Semester Students of Electrical Engineering

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