From traffic light control via laptops down to Smartphones - electronics are everywhere and electronic devices pervade virtually all spheres of our lives, enhancing our quality of life. The Applied Electronics degree program will introduce you to all the technologies in which electronics are playing a role. You may specialize in environmental technology or in automation.
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Application period for academic year 2023/24
1st October 2022 to 6th August 2023
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution2
1 Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727,- per semester
2 for additional study expenses (currently up to € 83,- depending on degree program and year)
You have an intrinsic interest in technical systems and their functionality. You are enthusiastic about electronics in general and its many applications in everyday life. You are convinced that the potential has not been exploited by far, which is why you enjoy tinkering with innovations. Subjects such as mathematics, C programming or the course in "Electronic equipment design" stimulate you to implement your ideas and offer practical experience to assist you in your professional challenges. The specialized courses in environmental technology or automation are sure to offer something of interest to you.
We cooperate closely with renowned companies in commerce and industry. You may benefit from this in many ways: Our research and development laboratories set up by Phoenix Contact, an internationally operating company in the field of electrical engineering and automation, are state-of-the-art. This guarantees diversified teaching and learning in automation technology. A number of interesting companies and cooperation partners are furthermore represented at our "Firmentag Technik" (Company day Technology) at the main FH Campus Vienna. Make use of the time between your courses to socialize, to establish ties for your professional future and to enter into discussions with potential employers. You will participate in R & D projects, helping to shape the dialog between practice and science at the FH. We will also gladly support you in finding contacts for your internship or studies abroad. You will in this respect benefit from our extensive networking with international universities. We will support you towards realizing your ideas for exciting projects and offer you a stage: We showcase the best projects to a wide audience in our Campus Innovation Lab at the Open House or at the BeSt trade fair. Practical relevance is also guaranteed through our Campus Lecture evenings which are open to all and offer contributions by prominent experts.
The degree program's strong practical orientation is a defining advantage. We have extensive projects running in our laboratories and test and measurement facilities. In our environmental technology specialization field, students are working with a photovoltaic demonstration and research system. The panels are installed on the roof of the FH Campus Wien and inject renewable power into the local network. This offers our students the opportunity of learning and researching based on a practical photovoltaic system in operation. Another benefit offered to students is the facility of using computer simulations to carry out experiments and research projects at any time, irrespective of the weather.
Our new Phoenix Contact Technology Competence Center will satisfy all your needs for learning and research in automation, the second field of specialization.
Within the framework of this degree program, we also offer the opportunity of obtaining certifications such as the LabView Certificate, PMA Project Management Austria Level D or the Process Management Certificate, all of which are in high demand in industry.
In addition to a thorough technically training, you will also learn about decision and leadership competency, so important in our industry. You will obtain the project management qualifications you need for complex and planning activities.
Lector: Dr.in Christa Blecha, Mag. Susanne Malacek
The focus of the training is on the following four language competence areas: 1) Listening (working with audio-visual media), 2) Reading (text comprehension, working with newspaper articles in the field and business), 3) Writing (business correspondence with emphasis on new media, text production, analysis, commentary, etc.), 4) Speaking (students should be able to express themselves adequately, confidently and as accurately as possible in English in a professional environment). Students will learn to express themselves adequately in English in the following content areas: - Presentation techniques - Organisation: Talking about your company and company structure - Cultures and cultural awareness for business travellers - Social English - Telephoning
Final exam Written exam Peer-presentation Classroom participation Distance Learning
Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Paulis, Eveline Prochaska, BSc MSc
Without group division: Fundamentals of programming, concept of algorithm. Structure and conception of a computer system. Programming using C programming language, instruction set of C, static and dynamic data structures, basics pointers and simple application. In group division: Practical implementation of the taught basics through guided and independent solving of tasks on the computer, simple and more complex data structures, analysis of algorithms, use of library functions. Use of programming interfaces.
Continuous assessment Immanent examination character
Lector: Hubert Wimmer, MSc
- Number Representations - Boolean algebra (introduction) - Basic logic circuits and gates - KV diagram - Selected circuits of static logic - Switching circuits (counters, shift registers, state machines, ...)
Final exam Immanent examination character
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Rudolf Oberpertinger, MBA, FH-Prof. Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Petz
Practical applications of the contents covered in the theory courses "Fundamentals of Electronics" and "Digital Technology". For individual laboratory exercises, tasks are to be solved in the preparation phase, which are then to be practically implemented and metrologically verified during the laboratory exercise. For each laboratory exercise, the evaluated measurement results and findings are to be documented in a protocol.
Final exam Written exam at the end of the course
Exercices at the laboratory
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Christian Halter
SI units, charge, current density, definition of current and voltage, ohmic resistance, ohmic law, electrical power, electrical work, voltage source, current source, real vs. ideal sources, resistor networks, Kirchhoff's rules, network calculations, superposition principle, equivalent sources, controlled sources, power matching. resistors: construction, selection criteria, labelling/colour code, equivalent circuit, temperature dependence, thermal resistance, non-linear resistors Transient processes with capacitors and coils diode: Doping, pn junction, rectifier circuits, Z diode, LEDs, photodiode, capacitance diode. transistor: bipolar transistor, FET, structure, function, characteristics, transistor as switch, thyristor
Lector: Dr.in Christa Blecha, FH-Prof. DI Gerhard Engelmann
The students reflect on the essential contents of the first semester and learn about different learning methods. They can try out these different learning methods and thus see which type and form of learning is best suited for each individual student.
Continuous assessment The work of the individual students is reflected upon in a discussion.
Lector: Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr. Günther Karigl, DI Dr. Gabriel Maresch
Natural numbers, real numbers, complex numbers Concept of functions, elementary functions: Polynomial functions, rational functions, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. Differential and integral calculus in one variable Taylor expansion Partial fraction decomposition Differentiation and integration in practice
- Logic families - Circuit technology of digital circuits - Memory technologies - Interface circuits - Analog-digital conversion, digital-analog conversion - Basics of network technology - OSI reference model - Data transmission (codecs, standards and test methods)
Continuous assessment Immanent examination
Practical applications of the contents covered in the theory courses "Components of Electronics" and "Digital Systems". For individual laboratory exercises, tasks are to be solved in the preparation phase, which are then to be practically implemented and metrologically verified during the laboratory exercise. For each laboratory exercise, the evaluated measurement results and findings are to be documented in a protocol.
Final exam Written exam at the end of the course.
Knowledge of advanced C programming, static and dynamic data structures, sorting techniques, mastery of pointer concepts and pointer arithmetic, pointers to functions and pointers to higher data structures, bit operators. Discussion of common errors in SW development and how to avoid them.
Final exam LV final final examination
Practical implementation of the taught basics through guided and independent solving of tasks in the area of pointer concepts and pointer arithmetic, pointers to functions and pointers to higher data structures as well as bit operations. Practical application of methods and principles of SW tests and source documentation.
Definition and quantification of alternating variables, arithmetic mean, rectifier, rms, capacitor, inductor, impedance, network calculations, transfer function, low pass, high pass. Capacitor and Coil: Construction, selection criteria, equivalent circuit Transistor: transistor amplifier, emitter circuit, collector circuit, B-amplifier OPV: ideal OPV, inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier, summer, impedance converter, comparator, integrator, differentiator, characteristics of real OPVs definition of magnetic field, characteristics of magnetic field, matter in magnetic field, induction, coupled inductances, transformer
Students learn to express themselves adequately in English in the following content areas: - Recruitment, - job applications - CV and cover letter - Job interviews and salary negotiations Students will become familiar with recruitment methods and with the specifics of job applications and CVs in English-speaking countries. The students write application documents and actively go through the various application steps.
Final exam Class participation Distance learning Final exam
Calculating with vectors, matrices Introduction to a computer algebra system (e.g. MATLAB) Linear systems of equations with application to practical problems Functions in two and more variables, partial derivatives and gradients as well as the arithmetic operations divergence and rotation (in Cartesian coordinates as well as in cylindrical and spherical coordinates) Coordinate transformation (Cartesian coordinates, polar coordinates, cylinders and spherical coordinates) Basics of curve and range integrals Integration in 2 and 3 dimensions, integral theorem of Gauss and Stokes Determination of extreme values with and without constraints
Basics of mechanics: Velocity and acceleration, forces, energy, work, power, conservation laws, friction, dynamics of rigid bodies; sound as well as hydrodynamics as well as the necessary mathematical principles; Basics of sensors as well as structure and functional principles of corresponding sensors (pressure, force, acceleration, displacement and angle sensors, etc...) Ultrasonic sensors, flow sensors, etc... with calculation exercises; Basics of thermodynamics: Basic quantities of thermodynamics, main theorems of thermodynamics, heat transport and heat transfer; Corresponding sensors (structure and mode of operation) for temperature measurement, humidity sensors, etc... are treated with calculation exercises;
Signal and System Theory Fourier Series/Fourier Transform Laplace transform General theory of differential equations Solution methods for (ordinary) linear differential equations Numerics Applications in science and technology
Basics of electrostatics and magnetostatics as well as electrodynamics and the mathematical fundamentals; Contents are among others: electric and magnetic fields, Maxwell's equations, electrodynamic potentials, electric and magnetic flux, circulation, electric and magnetic voltage, electric and magnetic forces, flow law, Lorentz force, law of induction, electromagnetic waves in vacuum and in matter, radiation and propagation of electromagnetic waves (Hertzian dipole, multipole radiation, characteristic impedance, antennas....), electric currents, continuity equation, vector potential, Biot-Sarvat law etc...; Sensor technology: structure and function of inductive sensors, magnetic field sensors, capacitive sensors, measurement of electric and magnetic fields as well as corresponding computational exercises on the topics.
Solve exercises with given Hardware (STM32 - ARM Cortex M4) by programming the controller in C. Fundamentals of microcontrollers, components of an actual microcontroller (timer, NVIC, ADC, UART,..) and LCD display.
Hands on examples
Introduction to the architecture of microcontrollers (µC). Modern 8- and 32-bit µC systems are introduced (Arduino and STM32) as well as common peripherals available on these µC (NVIC, DMA, GPIO, Timer, ADC, ...) and their functionalities. Special features and peculiarities of programming µC are discussed.
Lecture combined with distance learning
Introduction and basic terms Classification of controlled systems System identification Control loop structures Stability criteria Controller design (computer aided) Discontinuous controllers
Continuous assessment Immanent examination character with final written exam.
- Lecture notes - Presentation with beamer - Solving problems using MATLAB - Discussion - Step-by-step explanation of complex contents on the whiteboard
Linear voltage regulator DC-DC Converter Signal theoretical consideration of amplifiers Power amplifier (push-pull output stage) Circuits with operational amplifiers (e.g. active filters, current sources/current sinks, active rectifiers, limiter circuits, linearization circuits, function generators, interface circuits) Non-ideal properties of operational amplifiers and circuit-technical measures Stability of operational amplifiers
Final exam Final exam
Lecture with Laptop, Beamer and explanations on whiteboard
Measurement of direct and alternating currents/voltages Measurement of resistances and impedances Bridge circuits Two-/four-wire measurement Measurement uncertainty, measurement error, error propagation Measuring amplifier Time and frequency measurement Analogue-Digital-Converter, Digital-Analogue-Converter Oscilloscope Measurement of signal spectra Automated measurement systems Practical applications of the contents dealt with in the theory part, are set up and measured in laboratory exercises Documentation and interpretation of measurement results in laboratory protocols.
Basics as well as classification and structure of actuators Functional and conversion principles of actuators Basics of power transmission and mechanical energy transmission with gears incl. spindle drives, efficiency, losses, self-locking ... General possibilities of energy and power transmission with actuators Linear actuators and rotary actuators Hydro-actuators (valves and motors) Thermoelectric actuators (Peltier element) Calculation principles of magnetic circuits for electrical machines and actuators (magnetic actuators, magnetic valves) as well as electromagnetic actuators Piezo actuators and piezo motors (piezoelectric injection valves, ultrasonic transducers, inchworm motors, Legs motors) Stepper motors (reluctance stepper motors, permanent magnet stepper motors, hybrid stepper motors) DC machine and basics of electric rotating field machines Micro-actuators as well as novel and unconventional actuators and their functional principles and structure
Applied µC programming: read and interpret sensor data, implementaion and application of two-wire bus systems (I²C, SPI). Special tricks and techniques of µC programming are introduced and discussed.
Continuous assessment permanent assessment
Basic terms, device and programming structure of a process automation system, procedure for creating software systems with real-time requirements, introduction to the handling of automation projects. Concept of a programmable logic controller, introduction to the creation of PLC programs, measures for efficient programming and shortening the engineering phase, diagnosing hardware faults (replacing modules), targeted troubleshooting, adapting machine/system to new conditions, rapid localization of faults (emergency operation), efficient programming, outlook on operating and monitoring, basis of decentralized peripherals, exercises: PLC programming
Continuous assessment immanent assessment
Introduction to the design process of electronic circuits / assemblies / products. Getting to know the procedure for creating / fixing and maintaining functional or device requirements. Types and context of documentation of development results. Typical divisions and functions of individual departments in a research and development company. Peripheral departments and their influence on development (e.g. service, life cycle support, etc.).
Power supplies, DC-DC converters, transistor bridges, motor control bridge, inverters, class-D amplifiers. Transistors and their switching behaviour, capacitors and inductors for power electronics Electromagnetic compatibility, layout and filtering Losses, thermal design and cooling
Final exam LV final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final final
Light as an electromagnetic wave as well as light as a particle (photon), interference, coherence, diffraction as well as dispersion of light, physical basics of optics, radiation evaluation especially the basics of photometry as well as radiation laws, interaction of light and matter, light generation in conventional light sources (incandescent lamps, gas discharge lamps, ...), light generation in semiconductors as well as semiconductor devices e.g.. LED, ..., light generation in lasers, optical radiation and effects of nonlinear optics, photo detection and optical components (components of optics and optoelectronics) as well as physical basics of optical sensors, overview of optical sensors (fiber optic sensors, ...) and their most important applications as well as corresponding calculation exercises (calculation examples) for the corresponding topics; Transmission of electromagnetic waves in optical fibers (generation, attenuation and detection)
Final exam LV final final inspection
- Introduction and basic concepts of computer-aided tools (EDA, CAD, CAE); - Computer simulation of electronic circuits with different complexity - Development of new simulation models for special components based on their specification - Computer aided circuit board design by means of a logic circuit, simulation and circuit board design software - Computer-aided system design
Practical applications of selected contents of the theory course "Applied Circuit Technology". Documentation and interpretation of measurement results in laboratory protocols.
Excercices at the laboratory
Students learn how to present professional articles from different areas of Electronics in English. Thereby students learn the relevant professional vocabulary and get to know specific technical content.
Final exam presentations class participation final exam
- What is science - Scientific work - Scientific writing - Peer review - Code of ethics - Scientific presentations
Final exam * Theory presentation
- student presentations (distance learning) - discussion and additions by the lecturer
Basics of electrical machines: DC machine, asynchronous machine, synchronous machine, reluctance motor, stepper motor. Design, function, operating behaviour, characteristic curves. Design and function of power converters, frequency converters and drives with EC motors.
In-depth treatment of current, selected topics in applied electronics. In the context of this course, topics of guest lecturers or current research topics of the FH Campus Wien can also be treated. This course offers students the opportunity to participate in internationalisation activities. This course is a further development of the I@H project implemented in 2014.
Continuous assessment intrinsic audit character
Fundamentals and structure of electrical and electrochemical energy storage systems. Electrolytic double layer capacitors (EDLC), different secondary cells (lead-acid, lithium-ion, LiFePO4, nickel-metal hydride). Operating characteristics, charging and discharging procedures. Safety aspects, balancing, battery management systems.
- Design of an electronic device based on the previously acquired procedures, including simulation of the essential functions using suitable simulation software. - The development of the device concept takes place in small groups, with own division of tasks under the guidance of the lecturer. - Consideration of the requirements regarding interference immunity (electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrostatic charging and discharging (ESD)) in the device design. Interaction of the different competences, skills and tasks in a development team or in individual work on the basis of a concrete task.
Introduction to the concept of project and the project management approach. Instruments and tools of project management such as delimitation and context analysis, project order, performance, schedule, cost/resource planning, project organisation and related communication structures. Getting to know the essential processes (assignment, start, controlling, closing, marketing) in project management as well as methods of design. Introduction to the basic concepts and fundamentals of organisations, in-depth knowledge of structural and process organisation, organisational culture, forms of work organisation (e.g. MbO, job rotation) group/teams as well as strategic management.
presentations, discussions, q+a
Divisions of economics, general business administration; business administration techniques e.g. cost accounting; special business administration e.g. trade; functional business administration e.g. financing; definition and division of accounting (bookkeeping, accounting, cost accounting); areas of marketing, personnel, procurement - storage - production, investment and financing, management and organisation. Derivation of costs from accounting (cost-type accounting), allocation of costs to internal service areas (cost-centre accounting), determination of cost-covering prices (cost-unit accounting), determination of the cost-unit profit and the profit for the period. Determination of financing-related data from accounting, delimitation of the areas of financing and investment; internal and external financing; equity and debt financing, alternative forms of financing; basics of financial mathematics.
teaching the operations in an automation project, calculation of hard- and software cost as well as engineering and project management modelling of automation tasks, project management especially for automation-projects, special automation topics: weighing ... kpi and benchmarking, engineering tasks in an automation projects practical exercises
Continuous assessment LV Immanent Examination Character
Design and implementation of distributed automation systems (component technology, OPC UA), operation and monitoring (local and via Internet), soft PLC, real-time behaviour, safety controllers, Exercises: PLC programming, maintenance diagnostics - In-depth PLC hardware and software. - Intelligent modules (counters, axis cards, ...) - Principle communication possibilities on process and field level - Presentation of the five IEC 61131 languages plus exercises for LD, FBD, ST and SFC - Design and dimensioning of central and distributed control systems in theory and practice. - Discussion of concrete hardware (Phoenix Contact) - Dimensioning calculation of a concrete project in the context of exercises
Energy efficiency terms, 20-20-20 targets of the European Union, energy efficiency labelling of products, greenhouse gases and their impact on the global climate. World climate reports, CO2 balance of the energy supply chain, CO2 certificate trading, ecological footprint, energy management systems according to ISO50001, identification of energy saving potentials, rebound effect, smart technologies in the field of energy efficiency, economic aspects of energy efficiency and climate protection strategies, political instruments in the field of energy efficiency and climate protection strategies
Final exam LV final
Energy section: Energy concept, different units in the energy economy, differentiation between exergy and anergy, systematisation of renewable energies, Carnot efficiency, energy balance in Austria Wind energy section: Power potential of moving air masses, measurement of wind speed, high-altitude wind profile, frequency distribution of wind speed, usable wind power (impulse theory according to Betz) Solar radiation section: Quantification of solar radiation, Earth's energy balance, Atmosphere as an optical filter, Radiation components (direct radiation, diffuse radiation), Sun position diagram, Radiation components on inclined surfaces, Tracking of receiving surfaces, PVGIS, Measurement of solar radiation.
General introduction to the term eco-design, necessity of eco-design in sustainable product design with focus on electronic/electrotechnical products, characteristics of ecological product and process improvements, strategies to support systematic ecological product improvement (eco-design process), design for disassembly of electronic and electrotechnical products, disassembly processes, design for non-disassembly, recycling rate, introduction to the most important design guidelines for the selection of materials and surface treatments for electronic and electrotechnical products, environmentally friendly design of packaging. Best practice example of eco-design for electronic and electrotechnical products.
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The austrian way of environmental protection for producing companies in the electronic industry
In-depth treatment of current, selected topics in applied electronics. Within the framework of this course, topics from guest lecturers or current research topics of the FH Campus Wien can also be dealt with.
Writing a scientific paper in an area of electronics.
The students carry out a relevant practical work in a company in the field of electronics/automation technology or environmental technology. The concrete procedure for carrying out the internship is agreed with the respective company in which the internship is carried out. The technical orientation of the work must be related to the contents of the degree programme.
Storage technologies, storage management, energy use in driving, energy use for comfort functions, electric drives in e-vehicles, hybrid concepts, assistance systems in vehicles, charging technologies, mobility concepts, ecological aspects of electromobility, funding landscape for electromobility in Austria and internationally, interaction between people and mobility, current market overview in the field of electromobility
Basic structure of Austrian private law. The focus is on the contract as a central creative instrument, prerequisites for a valid conclusion of a contract, different types of contracts, special features of consumer protection law and their economic significance. Another focus is on tort law and product liability law. This includes the problem area of the relationship between producer and trader liability. Basic features of patent, trademark and design protection law as well as copyright law. The second subject area is the legal protection of intellectual property.
Final exam Final Examination
- Introduction to the different lifecycle phases of an electronic component / assembly and a complete device. - Requirements of the production to the electronic assembly as well as its test and analysis structure. Consideration of these boundary conditions for a cost and resource efficient design of electronic assemblies and systems. - Influence of service & diagnostic requirements on the design of electronic assemblies and systems. - Modern test and analysis systems for electronic circuits and assemblies. - Recycling of electronic assemblies and devices (legal framework and design guidelines). - Banned Substances in the field of electronics - alternative products as well as application.
Continuous assessment Immanent examination character, participation, attendance - 20% of the overall grade Term paper - 30% of the overall grade Written exam - 50% of the overall grade
Lecture, term paper, exhibits, videos, elaboration of scientific terms.
Operation of control systems - Control panel (text, semi-graphic, full-graphic, touch displays) Signalling options in control systems - conventional types of signalling (from light columns to LEDs) complex control systems, design guidelines for the creation of user interfaces
Continuous assessment LV-immanent examination character
Requirements for the various levels of communication systems in automation technology, common representatives of industrial communication systems, fieldbuses, process automation and process control systems, planning the use of modern computer-aided design tools. Project planning, testing functions with variables, alarm logging, curve display, measured value archiving, data archiving. SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) basic design and training of a SCADA system based on the ATVISE platform incl. exercises, industrial data management such as reporting (drill-down reports), data processing, OPC server.
Continuous assessment LV Immanent examination character
Sub-area of photovoltaic system technology: Function of solar cell, characteristics of solar cells, function, structure and properties of PV modules, PV generator, basic function of PV inverter, efficiency of PV inverter, PV inverter as grid manager, PV inverter concepts, planning principles and designs of grid-connected PV systems, coordination of PV generator with PV inverter, lightning protection of PV systems, current product and market overview of PV components. Sub-area wind power plant technology: Wind turbine concepts, aerodynamics of rotor, drag rotor, lift rotor, lightning protection of wind turbines, structure of rotor of wind turbines, power curve of wind turbines, power control of wind turbines, yield determination of wind turbines, tower designs of wind turbines, foundation variants, drive train, gearbox, generator concepts, grid integration of wind turbines, current market overview of wind turbines. Sub-areas to be worked out by the students: Seminar topics: Solar collectors, solar thermal systems, heat pumps, hydrogen, large-scale energy storage, large-scale and small-scale hydropower, biogas, biofuels.
Measurements of relevant environmental variables, physical measurement principles or measurement methods, market relevant measurement devices for the different measurement methods, accuracy of measurement methods, processing of measurement data, integration of sensors and measurement devices into existing networks. relevant environmental variables: Air quality and quality, CO2 and CO measurement, oxygen measurement, exhaust gas analysis, gas monitoring, gas analysis, dust measurements, aerosol measurement. humidity measurement, pH measurement, water analysis, pressure and differential pressure measurement, measurement of radioactive substances, sound level measurement, volume flow measurement, light measurement, temperature measurement
Number of teaching weeks18 per semester
Times Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday und Friday from 5.30 p.m. to 8.45 p.m. and on certain Saturdays from 8.30 a.m.-5.00 p.m
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The fields of electronics, electrical and environmental technology are booming. The need for new products, services and applications is driving the creation of many jobs for well-qualified experts. The current demand of companies for FH degree program graduates exceeds supply by far. This will naturally facilitate your entry into this professional niche. The degree program is also a solid basis for the assumption of managerial responsibilities after your professional experience and continuing education.
Your future career From equipment design to finished product, from concept to simulation - national and international project planning and handling in the field of electronics, electrical and information technology will characterize your future career. You will in future find yourself in the following fields of industry:
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We work closely with renowned companies in commerce and industry, with universities, institutions and schools. This guarantees you contacts for internships, employment or participation in research and development. In the course of exciting school cooperations, students may contribute to firing up pupils on topics such as our Bionics Project with the Festo company. You can find information about our cooperation activities and much more at Campusnetzwerk. It's well worth visiting the site as it may direct you to a new job or interesting event held by our cooperation partners.