Figures about our Campus

Main usable area25.800 m²
Campus area60.000 m²
Library area1.000 m²
Large laboratories18
Laboratories, PC pools, PC labs and workshops80
Lecture halls, project and seminar rooms60
Cafeteria1
Mensa1
Offices545

Further locations

In addition to the main campus on the Esplanade, the university is now also represented at other locations in Ingolstadt. All premises are within walking distance.

Since 2017, the Institute for Academic Executive Education (IAW) has been housed in the Villa Heydeck in the immediate vicinity of the central campus. The Research Centre (ZAF) is located on Paradeplatz, as are the Language Centre, the International Office and the AUDI Confucius Institute Ingolstadt. The Donaukurier building in Stauffenbergstraße currently serves as interim accommodation for the two research institutes InES and IIMo. In the east of the city, near Ingolstadt Village, is the CARISSMA outdoor test site.

THI has been active in Neuburg an der Donau for several years. At the end of 2016, a research branch of the Institute of New Energy Systems and a branch of the Graduate Centre were established. The research branch office conducts research in the two technology fields of "energy system technology" and "geothermal energy".

Campus past and future

The campus area stands for an eventful past. Even today, there are many traces of the Bavarian state fortress, which was built on the right and left bank of the Danube. At the end of the 19th century, the Royal Gun Foundry and the Royal Main Laboratory were built here. Until the end of the 20th century, the site was used by Schubert und Salzer GmbH as a production site for spinning machines as well as casting and stacking fittings. 

 

And there will also be a lot going on on the site in the future. Currently, work is being done with great emphasis on the completion of the Museum of Concrete Art and the Congress Centre. At the southern end of the site, plans are currently underway for the restoration of the historic "Kavalier Dalwigk" fortress, into which the brigk digital start-up centre will move from 2021. The THI itself also wants to expand structurally. There are also plans to build on the campus meadow for seminar and laboratory rooms and to extend the cafeteria.

Laboratories

Innovative teaching spaces

Room of silence