Friedrich Alexander University

The Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg was founded by Margrave Friedrich of Brandenburg-Bayreuth in 1743. The university currently has around 38,000 students who are offered a choice of 265 different degrees. The five faculties focus on technical, scientific, medical, legal, economic and philosophical-theological research. Approximately 600 professors, 3,500 scientific and 2,300 non-scientific employees work in these departments. In 2020, more than 6,000 students successfully completed their studies. The Reuters Innovation Ranking places the FAU first place in Germany and 14th worldwide.

Participating professors and teaching areas

Prof. Norman Franchi (Department of Smart City Systems):

Learn more

Prof. Martin Vossiek (Department für High Frequency Technology):

Learn more

Prof. Robert Weigel (Department for Technical Electronics):

Learn more