RWTH Aachen Faculty of Mathematics, Computer science, and Natural sciences
The Faculty of Mathematics, Computer science, and Natural sciences is one of nine faculties at the RWTH Aachen University. It comprises five sections for mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry and biology. The Faculty was found in 1880 and produced several notable individuals like Arnold Sommerfeld and Nobel laureates Philipp Lenard, Wilhelm Wien, Johannes Stark or Karl Ziegler. Peter Debye studied Physics at the RWTH Aachen and won the Nobel Prize in 1936. Furthermore Helmut Zahn and his team of the Institute for textile chemistry were the first who synthesised Insulin.
The faculty cooperates with Forschungszentrum Jülich and the 4 Fraunhofer Institutes in Aachen. Several projects are assisted by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and the European Union. Approximately 6,100 students are enrolled in the faculty.
The following Degrees are awarded in mathematics, computer science, Media Informatics, Software system engineering, physics, chemistry and biology:
- Department of Mathematics (German version)
- Department of Computer science (English version)
- Department of Physics (English version)
- Department of Chemistry (English version)
- Department of Biology (German version)
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