Faculty 6:

Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy

A unique faculty with a long-lasting tradition in providing two exciting sciences with 13 institutes and 29 professors to approximately 2200 active students.

Faculty 6: Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy

The faculty for Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy at the University of Stuttgart is in an internationally outstanding position because of the way it connects fundamental aviation technologies, space travel, and geodesy. It is nationally the only aviation and aerospace engineering faculty at a public university; the combination with geodesy is also nationally unique. Its strong focus on teaching fundamental principles, combined with targeted, practice-oriented areas of specialization, creates a distinctive profile that counts as a mark of quality in Stuttgart’s research and industry sectors.

The approximately 2000 students of aerospace engineering and geodesy also learn about the interdisciplinary research areas of aviation technology, aircraft development, propulsion systems, avionics, spacecraft ascent and re-entry, satellite technology, and earth observation. The theses developed in these areas cover a wide range of topics, including mission analysis, flight control, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, material development, structural development, construction design, system development, and the operation and combustion of air-breathing propulsion systems.



Deanery office of the faculty 6

Pfaffenwaldring 27, 70569 Stuttgart, Room 00.0005

This image shows  Stefanos  Fasoulas
Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Stefanos Fasoulas


This image shows  Nico  Sneeuw
Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Nico Sneeuw

Vice Dean

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