The whole is more than the sum of its parts – this idea does not only hold true for a puzzle but also for science, where cooperative and joint research are a key to success. Therefore the University of Stuttgart houses a variety of research centers and fosters numerous research cooperations of all kinds: from intramural centers beyond the borders of faculties to a cooperative research networks like ARENA2036 or CyberValley, where science and economy develop and realize new research ideas together.
The University of Stuttgart is also deeply connected with strong partners throughout the region, in Germany, and all over the world. The continuous expansion and reinforcement of this network is one of the central strategic goals of the University of Stuttgart. These websites offer a glance at the joint research cooperations that already exist.
- Research centers, joint research projects and cooperations at the University of Stuttgart
- Cyber Valley
Cyber Valley is Europe’s biggest research collaboration into artificial intelligence
ARENA2036 is a public-private partnership that brings together high-profile representatives from science and business in a 10,000 m2 high tech center situated on the campus of the University of Stuttgart
- “Mobility of the Future” innovation campus (ICM)
The University of Stuttgart and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology are pooling together their research competencies to create a sustainable mobility for the future
- Joint research and cooperation projects
The University of Stuttgart has made research that transcends borders between departments and disciplines one of its bedrock principles
Peter MiddendorfUniv.-Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Vice Rector for Knowledge and Technology Transfer
Manfred BischoffProf. Dr.
Vice Rector for Research and Early Career Researchers