Biomedical technologies, non-invasion medical diagnostic, ultrasound, synthetic chemistry, biomechanical systems, computational intelligence research
The urgent need for new ideas, technologies, and innovations in the constantly changing world requires increasingly complicated solutions. At KTU, the creative and intellectual leaders of tomorrow participate in frontier research and innovation while collaborating with internationally recognised research groups.
KTU researchers’ achievements in ultrasound, organic chemistry, systems diagnostics, informatics, materials science, environmental engineering, business and public administration, economics, and educational science have significantly contributed to key international advancement in these fields.
The university maintains extensive links with business and industry, and participates in joint projects with the largest local companies, international corporations, and state and cultural institutions. The synergy of the physical, social, and technological sciences and the humanities and arts creates an open, exciting, and fertile environment for the development of topics that are of crucial importance today.
In 2012 KTU established the first academic entrepreneurship centre in Lithuania – KTU Startup Space. It is dedicated to young entrepreneurs and all active creative people who wish to change the world with their innovative products. KTU Startup Space collaborates with a wide range of partners from the local and international entrepreneurial community: experts and mentors, venture capitalists and sponsors, solid businesses and the most successful start-ups.
Since its establishment in 1922, over 130 000 students have graduated from the University.
- Established in 1922
- 7 % of international students
- 62 study programmes taught in English
- ~11,000 students
- ~ 1,500 academic and research staff
- 48 start-up companies as of 2015
- Over 70% of research funded through projects and R&D services
- More than 100 technological solutions for business