Dean of Studies Bachelor Degree Program Mechatronics (B.Eng.)
Student Advisor Bachelor Degree Program Mechatronics (B.Eng.)
Budget Officer of the Faculty of Engineering
Manufacturing technology and assembly
Automated production and robotics
Planning and optimization of manufacturing and assembly processes
Automation in manufacturing (Bachelor)
Manufacturing processes (Bachelor)
Manufacturing Engineering (Bachelor)
Industrial Robots (Bachelor)
Assembly Technology (Bachelor)
Technical drawing and CAD (Bachelor)
Metal Forming Technology (Bachelor)
Automation Systems (Master ING)
Selected Topics in Assembly Technology (Master ING)
The focus of the research is on multi-axis kinematics, which are studied for specific application cases in industrial assembly.
In these projects, simulation models are used throughout development and realization to analyze the relevant kinematics and determine the associated kinematic transformations. Innovative methods and tools of generative design and additive manufacturing are used in the development and design of mechanical components of the kinematics. These enable an efficient and weightoptimized design, taking into account the expected loads and forces. Thus, lightweight and at the same time high-strength components and prototypes made of plastic and metal can be used.
Effectors for implementing the process tasks (end-of-arm-tooling) are also part of the overall system. The development of new operating and programming concepts for simplified modifications and the use in hybrid or collaborative application scenarios are also part of the research tasks.
There is close cooperation with colleagues from the TH Rosenheim from related fields, especially in the area of electric drive technology and motion control. The R&D team is therefore composed of professors, research assistants and students from different disciplines. The interdisciplinary cooperation makes it possible to further develop all components as a complete system. Each development is always tested on one or more practical test facilities. Model-based methods and modern computer tools are used for development and design.