Fakultät Maschinenbau und Mechatronik at the TH Deggendorf
- Dieter-Görlitz-Platz 1
- 94469 Deggendorf
- Phone: +49 991 3615-300
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Special features regarding teachingInterdisciplinary training; Practically oriented teaching; Students are taught the engineering basics and methods, key technical qualifications, application-specific system knowledge and non-subject-specific skills such as teamwork, verbal skills, presentation skills and project management.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe Hochschule Deggendorf THD cooperates with many partner universities worldwide. The following can therefore be completed abroad: Semester abroad, work placements, Bachelor's theses.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spanien; Universidad Peruana de ciencias aplicadas; University of Newcastle, Australien; Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne, Australien; Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China; University of Ulsan, Südkorea; Szent István University Gödöllö und Budapest, Ungarn; Universidad de Jaén, Spanien; German-Jordanian University, Jordanien; Universidad TEC Milenio, Mexiko
Special features regarding the equipmentThe faculties of "Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics" and "Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Media Engineering" are each responsible for 50% of teaching in the Mechatronics degree course (Bachelor's). As a result, all laboratories of these two faculties can be used for training. Laboratory topics include production and automation technology, computer tomography, electronics, software, acoustics, materials and material testing, energy technology, robotics, autonomous vehicles etc. as well as project areas for students.
Special features regarding research and developmentStudents of the degree course in Mechatronics can be involved in research projects/third-party-funded projects both as part of work placements/project work/Bachelor's theses or through cooperation with local industry. Possibility to be part of the Formula-Student team.
Support for foundersFaculty professors are active in the ITC1 start-up centre, a number of schemes including the Silicon Valley programme support spin-offs.
Other special featuresClose contact between professors and students; Many additional exercises offered on basic subjects; Modern laboratory equipment; Numerous programmes to promote students.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.th-deg.de/de/forschung
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.th-deg.de/de/studieninteressierte
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