Fachbereich Maschinenbau und Mechatronik at the FH Aachen
- Goethestraße 1
- 52064 Aachen
- Phone: +49 241 6009-52510
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Special features regarding teachingFundamental training including personal supervision by professors. A special feature of the subject groups are two integrated projects in the fourth and sixth semesters conducted in teams of four to eight students. During the projects, students will become familiar with the basic elements of modern project management methods, presentation techniques and communication skills as well as creativity techniques. They learn to get to grips with a new subject, to work in a team, to organise themselves in a group and to assume responsibility for individual aspects.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe department works internationally, e.g. with the offer of three summer schools: "Mobile autonomous robots - ROS", "3D printing" and "Industry 4.0". In addition to international partner universities, there are various international university projects It is also possible to take double degrees with the Tongij University in Shanghai, China and the CIDESI in Mexico.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe laboratories involved in the Mechatronics subject groups – from the involved subject areas of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics, Aerospace Engineering, as well as Electrical and Information Technology – are all very well equipped and reflect the current state of the art.
Special features regarding research and developmentThe research and development activities include rapid prototyping; Laser Internal research group; Research, e-mobility,; Small and medium-sized companies Productionnet; Mobile autonomous robotics research group, Industry 4.0 research group
Support for foundersTRACE entrepreneurship programme: Additional qualification for students to develop entrepreneurial skills to establish initial contacts and to gain access to Aachen’s entrepreneurs’ network. “Entrepreneurship” module: Within a group, students develop a start-up idea and draw up a realistic business plan. They are supported by start-up coaches; industry experts evaluate the idea and the business plan. In the entrepreneurship seminar module, students get in touch with representatives from the field. Start-up centre in formation.
Other special featuresPossible to train as a quality representative in cooperation with the TÜV; Needs-based, target group-specific support in mathematical principles during the first two semesters; Extensions of examination times for students with health impairments are granted upon request.
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