|Vienna University of Technology
|Technische Universität Wien
||Our mission is ″technology for people″. Through our research we ″develop scientific excellence″, through our teaching we „enhance comprehensive competence“.
||~1,800 (4,078 total)
||Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Vienna University of Technology (German: Technische Universität Wien) is one of the major universities in Vienna, the capital of Austria. Founded in 1815 as the "Imperial-Royal Polytechnic Institute" (k. k. Polytechnisches Institut), it currently has about 26,200 students (19% foreign students/30% women), 8 faculties and about 4,000 staff members (1,800 academic). The university's teaching and research is focused on engineering and natural science.
Notable faculty and alumni 
- Siegfried Becher (1806 - 1873), professor of economics.
- Paul Eisler (1907 - 1992), inventor of the printed circuit.
- Hugo Ehrlich (1879 - 1936), known Croatian architect.
- Tillman Gerngross, Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth College, leading entrepreneur and bioengineer, founder of GlycoFi and Adimab.
- Adolph Giesl-Gieslingen (1903 - 1992), was an Austrian locomotive designer and engineer.
- Karl Gölsdorf (1861 - 1916), was an Austrian engineer and locomotive designer.
- Viktor Kaplan (1900), inventor of the Kaplan turbine.
- Milutin Milanković (1879 – 1958), geophysicist and civil engineer.
- Yordan Milanov (1867 - 1932), was one of the leading Bulgarian architects from the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century.
- Hubert Petschnigg (1913 - 1997), architect (completed his studies at TU Graz).
- Zvonimir Richtmann (1901 - 1941), Croatian Jewish physicist, philosopher, politician and publicist
- Irfan Skiljan, author of the image viewer software Irfanview.
- Gottfried Ungerboeck (1940), inventor of trellis modulation, IBM Fellow.
- Heinz Zemanek (1920), Austrian computer pioneer.
- Keivan Ghaffari (1962), Iranian Electronic Engineer,currently Head of one of the Core Section of Nokia Siemens Networks.
The University hosted the IFIUS World Interuniversity Games in October 2007.
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Coordinates: 48°11′56″N 16°22′12″E / 48.19889°N 16.37000°E