Process Engineering, Department
Studiengang Umwelt-, Verfahrens- & Energietechnik at the MCI Innsbruck (priv.)(A)
- Maximilianstraße 2
- A-6020 Innsbruck, Österreich
- Phone: +43 512 2070-1004
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Special features regarding teachingAcademic grounding, high level of practical orientation, close interlinking of course content with specific problems from companies and practice-focused research and development projects; current issues and solutions from science, business, society and technology are dealt with; carefully chosen forms of teaching such as practical projects, project work, first-rate teaching staff from academic and business areas in Germany and abroad; international orientation of the course content, limited number of places on the course, continual evaluation and feedback.
Special features regarding the international orientationInternational mobility phases (semester abroad, Double Degree, work placements abroad), over 200 partner universities across MCI, students from over 40 countries across MCI, support through the International Relations Office for preparation and implementation (information events, evaluation of compatibility, etc.), participation in (inter)national education programmes, university networks and grant programmes (ERASMUS plus, Marshall Plan Foundation Scholarships, GE4 network for technology students, Fulbright, etc.), ECTS and Diploma Supplement Label.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe Department of Technology and Life Science has chemical, biological, process engineering and mechatronic laboratories with lab space of more than 1,500 m². In addition to the standard equipment for wet-chemical laboratories, the chemical laboratories are equipped with GC/MS, HPLC, TGA/DSC, SEM, FTIR and TOC for precision analysis. The process engineering labs primarily comprise technical centre facilities such as systems for manufacturing and testing membranes, separating particles and various systems from the area of energy and environmental engineering.
Special features regarding research and developmentThe degree course forms part of two of the seven research fields in Technology and Life Science: Energy and Process Technology. Gases and liquids that can be used for energy are produced from biomass and waste, and heat engineering process optimisation is investigated. Another area of research is water processing, with a focus on the fields of membrane technology and advanced oxidation processes. An interface with particle and separation technology also enables findings to be made for the separation of ultrafine particles from fluids.
Support for foundersThe Management Center Innsbruck places a particular focus on entrepreneurship, innovation and the promotion of creativity. The "Research & Development" service centre is a point of contact for the team, faculty and students at the MCI for all questions surrounding company start-ups or the utilisation of research results. Start-up consultation hours – organised jointly with Startup.Tirol – give young entrepreneurs the chance to present their ideas and receive helpful tips on how to set up a successful start-up company.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.mci.edu/de/forschung
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.mci.edu/de/studium/erstinfo-und-beratung
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.mci.edu/de/studium/bewerbung-und-zulassung
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Last update 2022: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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