HTW Dresden

University

Brief Description

Dresden University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden) was founded in 1992. Engineering, economics, design, and \\\'green\\\' disciplines constitute the four pillars for about 40 forward-looking diploma, bachelor\\\'s, and master\\\'s degree programmes. A number of these programmes have got a close connection with automation and measuring as well as automotive electronic systems like vehicle engineering, mechatronic systems / automotive mechatronics and informatics. Industrial placement semesters (which are compulsory for every student to acquire professional experience and develop business contacts) all ensure that studies at the university retain a highly practical dimension. In addition to its function as a centre for teaching, the university is also a centre for applied research: a Research Institute for Vehicle Engineering (Forschungsinstitut Fahrzeugtechnik), numerous state-of-the-art laboratories and a wide range of third-party funded projects guarantee a high standard in innovation and development. A selection of research topics with regard to automation and measuring are: - automotive electronics, - signal processing, - electric mobility, electrical machines and drives, - computer-integrated measuring technology, - vibration analysis at work and power machines as well as - energy self-sufficient sensor technology for vehicles. Besides the HTW Dresden offers a lot of comprehensive topics which can be specialized if necessary like industrial model factories, CFD, data analysis and management, high performance data acquisition, RFID-technology or software development. For our partners we offer: - industrial contract research / R&D services - studies to elaborate on detailed questions - technical expert opinion on failure analysis at exisiting facilities - joint research projects - technology transfer - consulting and academic training
  • Keywords

    automotive electronics, signal processing, electric mobility, electrical machines and drives, computer-integrated measuring technology, vibration analysis at work and power machines, energy self-sufficient sensor technology for vehicles, industrial model factories, CFD, data analysis and management, high performance data acquisition, RFID-technology, software development
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