Prof. Dr. Annabella Rauscher-Scheibe
Campus Treskowallee
TA Gebäude C, Raum 525
Treskowallee 8
10318 Berlin

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Prof. Dr. Annabella Rauscher-Scheibe studied mathematics and physics in Augsburg, Cambridge (UK) and Heidelberg. The subject of her doctorate was theoretical elementary particle physics. After working for several years as a physicist for a major German industrial group, she was appointed Professor of Applied Mathematics at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg) in 2008. There, she served as Vice-Dean for Studies and Teaching at the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science from 2017 to 2020. Prof. Dr. Rauscher-Scheibe took up her post as president of HTW Berlin in April 2023.


  • Chair of the University Board
  • Structural and development planning
  • University development coordination
  • Matters of appointment, denomination procedures, honorary professorships
  • Performance-related pay for professors in the W-salary grade
  • Strategic controlling
  • Quality management coordination
  • Communication, marketing and public relations
  • Alumni activities
  • Equal opportunities, diversity and gender mainstreaming
  • Supporting professors and academic staff in a supervisory capacity
  • Representing the university to the State of Berlin, to the State Conference of Rectors and Presidents of Berlin Universities (LKRP - Landeskonferenz der Rektoren und Präsidenten der Berliner Hochschulen) and to the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK)
  • Representing the University Board to the Academic Senate, the Academic Senate Development and Planning Committee and the Board of Trustees