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Institute for Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering

 

Mechatronics is becoming more and more important in the application of Mechanical Engineering. Mechatronics is developing a specific potential due to the interdisciplinary interaction with general mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and informatics.

The realization of highly efficient mechatronic systems requires the integration of skills from the single disciplines, and especially the integration of system components and system parts into a complete system.

Hence, system integration, as well as so-called system thinking, is in the focus of mechatronic specialists, and accordingly systems engineers. The goal of IMS is to provide application orientated contributions to research and teaching on these subjects.

 

Research

IMS research focuses on mechatronic system design and integration in four areas: Vehicle Systems, Energy Storage Systems, Active Vibration Systems and Human-Mechatronics Synergy. Read more about our research

Teaching

IMS teaching comprises bachelor and master courses, laboratory and team projects, as well as bachelor and master theses. It aims at conveying holistic system knowledge based on technical fundamentals and early connection to practical application. Read more about our teaching activities

Current issues

Masterthesis: Matthias Jurisch, Donnerstag 17. Januar 2019 10:45 Uhr, L1|01 201
zum Thema: Auslegung und Implementierung von Diagnose- und Systemüberwachungsfunktionen für ein aktives Fahrwerkregelsystem

ADP: Montag, 28. Januar 2019 10:45 Uhr, L1|01 201
zum Thema: Konzeptionierung und Konstruktion eines Prüfstands für Elektromotoren von Formula Student Fahrzeugen

ADP: Dienstag, 29. Januar 2019, 9:00 Uhr, L1|01 201
zum Thema: Konstruktion und der Aufbau eines Piezostapelaktor-Prüfstands

ADP: Montag, 4. Februar 2019, 10:45 Uhr, L1|01 201
zum Thema: Konzeptionierung eines modularen Kupplungsprüfstands

Bachelorthesis: Robin Zink, Dienstag, 26. Februar 2019 13:30 Uhr, L1|01 201
zum Thema: Einfluss von Feder-Dämpfer-Elementen auf die Kräfte während Fanglagerabstürzen

Bachelorthesis: Thomas Schneider, Mittwoch, 27. Februar 2019 14:00 Uhr, L1|01 201
zum Thema: Untersuchung der Ökobelastung von Transformationsszenarien der deutschen Fahrzeugflotte