About University of Kaiserslautern:
The University of Kaiserslautern is a public research university in Kaiserslautern, Germany and it was founded on July 13, 1970. Earlier it was part of the twin University Trier/Kaiserslautern. The university became independent after the separation from its partner University of Trier in 1975. The Faculties, which were established successively, continuously strengthened the university’s scientific character: Electrotechnology (1975), later Electrical and Computer Engineering (1999), Computer Science (1975), Engineering (1975), later Mechanical and Process Engineering (1995), Architecture/Regional and Environmental Planning/Civil Engineering (1978–1979) and Social and Economic Studies (1985). The official name of the University is Technische Universität Kaiserslautern according to the new law on Higher Education of the Land Rhineland Palatinate which came into force on September 1, 2003. TU Kaiserslautern is organized into 12 faculties. Approximately 14,500 students are enrolled at the moment.