Studying at Faculty 1 Physics/Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Physics, Space Sciences and Technologies, Systems Engineering, Electrical and Information Engineering with Management

By studying at Faculty 1, you are opting for a well-founded scientific and technical education and the opportunity to help shape current research and work on future technologies. Benefit from preliminary courses, the wide range of courses, the optimal supervision ratio and the many specialized laboratories where part of the practical training takes place. In the research-related part of your studies, you will work closely with the scientists at our electrical engineering and physics institutes. A degree in the offered courses of study in electrical engineering and physics offers you excellent career prospects.

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Information for Prospective Students, Newcomers and Students

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Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs

Information about study programs for all who are interested in studying physics, electrical engineering and communication technologies, industrial engineering and space sciences.

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First Semester

Information for first-year students of electrical engineering and information technology, physics and industrial engineering. (German only)

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Service and Support for Students

Service and information for students: advisory service, rules, regulations, module manuals, examination matters.

Advisory Service

Study Center

Advisory service before and during your studies:

  • Range of courses at the faculty

  • Choice of study and orientation

  • Study organisation and course of studies

  • Examination regulations, entrance and registration regulations

  • Finding the necessary points of contact

  • Application and start into studies

  • and any other questions that might occur


Academic Deanery

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Paul

is the academic dean and is responsible particularly for questions concerning the content of the study programs in Electrical Engineering.

Phone: +49 421 218-62525 (Office)


Prof. Dr. Annette Ladstätter-Weißenmayer

is deputy academic dean and responsible in particular for questions concerning the content of the study programs in Physics, Electrical Engineering with Management and Space Sciences and Technologies.

Phone: +49 421 218-62105