"Intelligent systems for a sustainable society"

Being in the midst of a region known for economic strength and cultural integration ability, the University of Stuttgart defines itself as a center for university-based, non-university and industrial research as well as teaching the students with a focus on quality and research.

With its vision “Intelligent Systems for a Sustainable Society”, the University of Stuttgart aims to find answers to the major questions of the 21st century, and to meet its social obligations as a research and educational institution. This vision comprises overarching research topics that seek to build bridges between the humanities subjects, engineering, natural, economic, and social sciences. However, seven special topics have emerged, in which the University of Stuttgart has achieved outstanding research success or where it is expected to achieve even greater success in the future. These are: the field of architecture and adaptive construction, autonomous systems, biomedical systems, digital humanities, production technologies, quantum technologies and simulation science. 

Visionary thinking for the topics of the future

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„Visionary thinking for the topics of the future“ - University of Stuttgart's image video

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Manfred Bischoff

Prof. Dr.

Vice Rector for Research and Early Career Researchers

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Carola Föller


Personal Assistant to the Vice Rector for Research and Early Career Researchers

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