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Graz University of Technology

Graz University of Technology is one of five universities in Styria, Austria. It was founded in 1811 by Archduke John of Austria and comprises seven faculties; the university is a public university. It offers 18 bachelors and 33 masters study programmes across all technology and natural science disciplines. Doctoral training is organised in 14 English-speaking doctoral schools; the university has more than 13,000 students, 2,000 students graduate every year. Science study programmes are offered in the framework of NAWI Graz together with the University of Graz; the university has a staff of 3,485. Research areas are combined in five fields of expertise. TU Graz, the University of Leoben and TU Wien form the network Austrian Universities of Technology with 47,000 students and 9,000 staff; the university has multiple campuses, as it is situated on three sites in the city, two in the centre of Graz and one in the southeast of the city. Alte Technik Neue Technik InffeldgasseCampus buildings at the Graz University of Technology 1811: The Joanneum is founded by Archduke John of Austria.

The first subjects taught were physics, astronomy, mineralogy and technology. 1864: The Styrian government makes it a Technische Hochschule. 1874: The Technische Hochschule is taken over by the state. 1888: Opening of the Main Building by Franz Joseph I of Austria. 1901: The Technische Hochschule is granted the right to award doctorates. 1955: It is divided into three faculties. 1975: It is divided into five faculties and renamed Technische Universität Graz, Erzherzog-Johann Universität. 2004: The new Austrian university law is implemented – the university is divided into seven faculties. The university consists of seven faculties: Faculty of Architecture Faculty of Civil Engineering Faculty of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Economic Sciences Faculty of Mathematics and Geodesy Faculty of Technical Chemistry and Process Engineering, Biotechnology Students at TU Graz have a choice of 18 bachelor programmes and 33 master programmes.

Graduates receive MSc or Diplom-Ingenieur / - in. The doctoral programmes are offered as postgraduate programmes. Beginners: 2,008 Graduates: 1,958 Federal budget 2018: €158.9 million Income from third-party funds 2018: €78.9 million Floor space: 243,000 Non-academic staff: 995 Academic staff: 1,705 Lecturers/student assistants: 787Data from: 2018/19 In the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Graz University of Technology can be found in the 401–500 bracket. In the 2018 Shanghai ranking of universities/Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, it is in the 76-100 range in Computer Science & Engineering, in the 101–150 range in Electrical & Electronic Engineering and in the 151–200 range in Biomedical Engineering. In the subjects Materials Science & Engineering and Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, it is in the 201-300 range. In the subjects Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering, Earth Sciences as well as Energy Science & Engineering, Graz University of Technology can be found in the 301-400 range.

In Mathematics it is in the group 401-500. In the 2018 Leiden Ranking, the PPtop10% analysis puts it on position 359, the PPindustry ranks Graz University of Technology on place 6. Raimund Abraham, architect Günther Domenig, architect Friedrich Emich, chemist Dietmar Feichtinger, architect Ernst Hiesmayr, architect and former rector of the Technical University Vienna Karl Kordesch, fuel cell and battery designer Hans List, technical scientist and inventor, entrepreneur Hanns Malissa, chemist Hubert Petschnigg, architect Hanns Albin Rauter, Executed Austrian Nazi SS war criminal Alois Riedler, mechanical engineer Rudolf Sanzin, locomotive designer Nikola Tesla, physicist, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, futurist Karl von Terzaghi, civil engineer and founder of soil mechanics TU Graz has set up strategic partnerships with 6 universities: Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy Technical University of Munich, Germany Tongji University Shanghai, China TU Austria International Conference of Physics Students Graz University of Technology TUGRAZonline Alumni Union of TU Graz Library of the TU Graz Technology Exploitation Office of TU Graz Study in Austria: A Guide

Gaƫtan Perrin

Gaëtan Perrin is a French professional footballer who plays for US Orléans as a midfielder or as a striker. Perrin is a youth exponent from Lyon, he made his Ligue 1 debut at 14 February 2016 against Stade Malherbe Caen replacing Alexandre Lacazette after 88 minutes in a 4–1 home win. On 19 March 2016, he scored his first professional goal two minutes after having come onto the pitch, thereby helping his club to a 2–0 win against Nantes. On 9 January 2017, it was announced that Perrin would join Ligue 2 side US Orléans on loan until the end of the season. Nine days however, the loan was invalidated by the National Directorate of Management Control's decision to prohibit recruitment by Orléans; the club subsequently appealed the ban. As of match played 1 August 2018

Seoul frog

The Seoul frog or Seoul pond frog is a species of true frog found on the southern and western Korean Peninsula, across the border to China in Liaoning. It is related to the eastern golden frog, P. plancyi, was long considered a subspecies thereof. Known as gold-spotted pond frog, it is in fact not a true pond frog of genus Rana, but belongs to the water frogs now again separated in Pelophylax. Adult Seoul frogs are 6 centimeters in length; the back is bumpy, with patches of light brown. The iris of the eye is golden; the body as a whole is round as if swollen. The Seoul frog is found in ponds and rice paddies, but has been declining probably due to habitat degradation. According to Matsui, recent surveys have located populations in only four locations; the mating season is from mid-May to June. The Seoul frog is listed as an "Endangered category II species" in South Korea