Studiengang Mechatronik / Mikrosystemtechnik at the FH Wiener Neustadt (A)
- Johannes-Gutenberg-Str. 3
- A-2700 Wiener Neustadt, Österreich
- Phone: +43 2622 890-84
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Special features regarding teachingThe specific course content and the quality of this; practical relevance anchored in the curriculum; continued involvement of students in projects which are mostly instigated by industry or R&D (research and development) institutions; career-compatible organisation of the Master's degree course, the specialisation options; close networking of the degree course with the companies at the Technopol Wiener Neustadt in Vienna and the resulting direct access to highly specialist personnel and equipment; laboratory infrastructure (hardware and software); good student-teacher ratio
Special features regarding the international orientationThe degree course has long-standing collaborations with national and international training institutions, R&D organisations and companies; the degree course is involved in numerous national and international research projects on an ongoing basis and there is support for the international mobility of students (International Office, partner universities) and teaching staff (budget, performance agreements).
Special features regarding the equipmentThe following laboratories are available: Electronics; measurement technology and image processing: print production; high-frequency components; motive power engineering and closed-loop control; vibration engineering and dynamics; CAX; Micro- and Optoelectronics; Laser Engineering; Microsystems Engineering; mechanical workshops. The hardware and software are state of the art and are available in sufficient quantities. In addition, collaborations and partnerships with companies and research institutions ensure access to special expertise and further high-tech equipment.
Special features regarding research and developmentProjects are selected according to the existing or intended focal points for research and development. In the case of participation in research projects, it is considered highly important that they will find long-term use in teaching. Thanks to the active involvement of the degree course in national and international research projects, it is possible to adapt knowledge to international standards on an ongoing basis and therefore to also ensure that the requirements are met for efficient transfer of knowledge in teaching.
Support for foundersThe FHWN Start-Up Center motivates and trains entrepreneurial leaders of the future. It offers students and graduates many additional opportunities thanks to its mature infrastructure and, together with our partners, a wide range of business services.
Other special featuresThe Mechatronics degree course is incorporated into the Technopol Wiener Neustadt (modern industrial technologies) and has the important role of a training and further education partner, as well as a research partner. The synergies produced by this in the areas of teaching, research and technology transfer play a major role in development of the degree course. The R&D topics are represented in the teaching, are in high demand in the industry and thus enable the desired transfer of knowledge and the integration of students with project, Bachelor's and Diplom theses.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.fhwn.ac.at/Studium/Technik/Master/Mechatronik/Forschung--Entwicklung
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