RWTH Aachen Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

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The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology is one of nine faculties at the RWTH Aachen University. It was separated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in 1959. RWTH has produced several notable individuals. Nobel laureate Peter Debye received a degree in electrical engineering. Furthermore Bodo von Borries, Professor of Electrical Engineering was a co-inventor of electron microscope. Several projects are assisted by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and the European Union. Approximately 2,700 students are enrolled in the faculty.

The faculty cooperates with the Jülich Research Centre. It is administratively divided in 23 chairs including two endowed chairs from the Ericsson and Philips. The research activities of the faculty are organized according to the following five fields:

Degrees awarded[edit]

The following Degrees are awarded in electrical engineering and industrial engineering:

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