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
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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