Modern manufacturing processes are becoming increasingly complex and keeping pace with this trend demands corresponding multidisciplinary skill. The core elements of this degree program are therefore know-how about the latest production and manufacturing technologies, about mechanical engineering, automation and robotics and also about management and economics. The very broad education qualifies you for many positions dealing with product lifecycle in the technical industry.
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Application period for academic year 2021/22
16th August 2020 until 15th June 2021
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 a pronounced passion for technology, construction and technical processes. You are interested in a product's progress along the manufacturing chain and in developing your own concepts towards further automating or optimizing production. Your way of working - thinking ideas through to the end - are to your advantage here. You are keen to be part of the quest for alternatives to materials, since you take sustainability and preservation of resources seriously. You consider knowledge of economics as a good supplement to the technical degree programs.
We cooperate closely with renowned companies in commerce and industry. You may benefit from this in many ways: Our state-of-the-art research and development laboratories were set up by Phoenix Contact, an internationally operating company in the field of electrical engineering and automation. This guarantees a wide spectrum of teaching and learning in automation. A range of interesting companies and cooperation partners are also represented at our "Firmentag Technik" (Company day Technology) at the main FH Campus Vienna. You may utilize your time between courses to establish contacts for your professional career and enter into discussions with potential employers.
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. You may, furthermore, participate in R&D projects and in developing the dialog between practice and science.
The project-oriented and strong practical orientation of this study course is a major advantage. Taking into account the full life cycle of a product from design to implementation is a priority of ours. Students may, for instance, design a racing car, be responsible for its manufacture and race it themselves - as with the international Formula Student construction competition of the Society of Automotive Engineers, for instance. The possibilities and potentials of 3D printing are a salient High Tech Manufacturing topic. A project combining computer tomography with 3D printing is currently running in the Radiology section. A special program scans parts of the body and the three dimensional data are then analyzed, for producing plastic models on the 3D printer for mouth, jaw and facial surgery. This includes following trends in material research and integrating these in the study course. These currently comprise bioplastics, increasingly considered as materials for construction. Within the framework of their studies, we can also offer students of the High Tech Manufacturing Bachelor's degree program certifications in demand in industry, such as the LabView certificate and PMA Project management Austria Level D. The Bachelor's degree program in this form is unique in Austria.
The focus is mainly on the four major fields of competency in contemporary industrial engineering degree programs: Technological basics, automation, economy and leadership and management competency.
Lector: Christoph Mehofer, BSc
Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Udo Unterweger
Basic Knowledge of drawings and constructions in 2D and 3D. Drawing without Tools. Detail drawings.
Checks of knowledge are always possibe Exam at the end.
Lector: DI (FH) Peter Krebs
Historical overview on computer science (beginnings to current state); Basics of computer architectures (structure and workings); Arithmetic with binary numbers (boolean algebra, combinational logic); Structure and workings of processor and memory; Representation of numbers (how do modern computers hold data in memory); Structure and workings of "modern" computers; Operating systems (structure, differences, functions)
Integrated Lecture (Lecture/Drawings/Presentations)
Lector: DI Dr. Christian Hölzl, Dipl.Ing. Nikolaus Maly
Linear dynamical systems, Recursions, Vectors and matrices, Eigenvalue Problems, Linear Equations Systems, Polynomial Functions, Exponential Functions.
Short written exams on a regular basis. Written final exam. Possibly additional oral exam to clarify questions.
Integrated Online Course
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Christian Halter, DIin Irene Schrutek
Basic electrical properties of active components (semiconductor; diode, structure and operating principles, types of diodes, rectifier circuits, bipolar and fieldeffect-transistors, structure and operating principles) and passive components (resistor, coil/inductor and capacitors). Introduction, fundamental terms and definitions; electrical charge, currents, voltages and power; electrical resistance, Ohm's law; electrical circuits, Kirchhoff's circuit laws, electric circuits elements, resistor networks, network analysis, electrical field, electrical properties of materials, capacitor, magnetic field, magnetic properties of materials, inductance, coil, transformer; Structure and properties of real resistors, capacitors, coils, transformers; Main properties of electromagnetical fields Accompanying to the theoretical nature of the lectures, practical examples are shown in the exercises
ContinWritten tests in the middle and at the end of the semesteruous assessments throughout the course and final exam
Lecture with Laptop, Beamer and additional explanations on whiteboard
Lector: Mag. Dr. Alfred Fellinger-Fritz, MBA
Social competencies (focused on gender and diversity competency). Basics of gender and diversity and equality management and diversiy management. case studies. usability and implementation of equality and diversity management. Exercises
online test in moodle
lecture case studies exercises
Basics of systemic thinking, system theory and constructivism
Input, discussions, group work , selfrelection, experiments
Lector: Florian Schüssler, MSc, Ing. Michael Sippl, BSc MSc
Objectives of the course General knowledge of machine tools: basic structures, mechanical features, areas of application; multi-machine systems and machining centers; tool systems and jigs; Position measuring system and control devices; NC/CNC process introduction; programming and simulation of CNC devices; manufacturing processes for injection molding tools; Further aspects of injection molding and die casting processes
Lector: Sebastian Geyer, BSc MSc, Victor Klamert, BSc MSc, David Nechi, BSc, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.mont. Heimo Sandtner, Lukas Streinzer, MSc. , FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Udo Unterweger
The students are separated in groups WITH and WITHOUT "mechanical skills". Four combustion engines will be dismantled and the steps will be documented (words, pictures, etc.) Students without skills will be teached in theory and pactise regarding basic maschining processes (rolling, milling, grinding, drilling, etc.) before assambling the engines again. The other students are dealing with a construction exercise.
lesson - permanent evaluation
Lector: Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr. Günther Karigl
Basic concepts of differential and integral calculus, applications.
Exercises have to be prepared during the semester, a written exam at the end of the semester will serve as the assessment of choice.
Integrated lectures and exercises
Basics of OS administration, Important terms of Applied Informatics (programs, algorithms, programming), Introduction to programming (using C), Abstract Data Types (ADT), Evaluation and implementation of algorithms
Final exam + distance learning
Lector: Ing. Gernot Korak, BSc MSc, DI (FH) Peter Krebs
The theoretical knowledge regarding Basics of Electrical Engineering and Electronics gained in the preceding lectures is applied in a practical way. Students solve exercises involving the construction and measuring of basic circuits while documenting the measurements and insights in the shape of lab protocols.
processes regarding shaping, casting materials; Special processes, High Speed Cutting, laser Technologies, modern welding technologies, coating; Rapid Prototyping
exam at the end of semester
Lector: Victor Klamert, BSc MSc, Ing. Norbert Prochaska
Lector: Victor Klamert, BSc MSc, DI Dr. Andreas Matzner, OStR. Prof.
Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Markus Wellenzohn
Principles of application for the conversion of different non-electrical quantities to electrical quantities (and vice versa) like: - mechanical, - thermic, - optical, - chemical, - biological, as well as other electrical/magnetical quantities.
Lecture with Laptop, Beamer and additional explanations on whiteboard. Parts of the lectures' contents have to be acquired by the students on their own by means of e-learning.
Overview of all relevant testing methods regarding materials. Tensile strength, metallography, christal structure, hardness testing, X-ray testing, surface testing, etc.
lesson - exam at the end of semester
Lector: Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Johannes Bernardi
Kinematics (motion in one and two dimensions), dynamics (Newton's law, work and energy), rotation, heat and thermodynamics. Solving of simple physical problems during exercises
Beurteilungsmethode (Prüfungsmodus) course with examinations in written form
Lecture and exercises
Lector: DI Dr. Andreas Matzner, OStR. Prof.
The theoretical basics of strength theory and the finite element method and the practical application with Simcenter and NX Nastran are taught. Contents are internal forces, tension, elastostatics, strains, finite elements, dimensioning.
Written exam: theoretical questions and analytical calculations Practical exam: Performing a finite element calculation with Simcenter Both parts of the exam must be positive independently!
Theory lecture, analytical calculations on the whiteboard, practical FEA on PC
Lector: Ing. Mag. Wolfgang Heider
Perspecitives of business administration: * Entrepreneural perspective * Financial perspective * Strategic perspective * Customer perspective * Production- and process perspective * Employee perspective
Lector: Sebastian Geyer, BSc MSc, Victor Klamert, BSc MSc
Lector: Dipl.Ing. Nikolaus Maly
(1) Introduction to the general theory of differential equations (DEs), first- and second order linear differential equations, qualitative methods for non-linear differential equations, application of differential equations; (2) Fourieranalysis
Short written exams on a regular basis. Written final exam (report). Possibly additional oral exam to clarify questions.
Integrated Online Lecture
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Wolfram Irsa, CIRM, CFPIM
mechanical engineering Toolmaking Fixture construction Machine tools CNC technology Current trends and technical developments
ILV-final exam 50% Term Paper 30% Participation 20%
Lecture Term Paper Scientific review of terms and concepts
Lector: Dipl.Ing. Elisabeth Richter
Introduction to Projectmanagement. Tools and methods. Stakeholder and SWOT Analysis. Planning of Projects, Project Organisation, communication. Case Studies
Lectures and workshops
Lector: Ing. Gernot Korak, BSc MSc, Matthias Nagl, BSc MSc
Lector: Patrick Rupprecht, MSc MSc MA
Fundamentals and historical development of production, production systems and industrial manufacturing State of the Art production systems / Lean Production, Integrated PPS, industry 4.0 in production Process, material and information flow design in production, Elemination of waste in production Product Development Procedures PEP (VDA, ISO), Process Management, Quality Management, Maintenance Concepts Standards and KPIs in production Assembly as core element of production, primary-secondary analysis Work Science, Ergonomics and Human factors The human factor in production today and in the future Assistance systems and robots in the area of production Visions and strategic concepts for production systems Use of software and digital tools in production management energy management
Practice-oriented teamwork and final exam
Integrated course, Practice-oriented teamwork (concept development, elevator pitch, mind maps, usage of tools) final exam
Introduction to descriptive statistics, inferential statistics and hypothesis testing. Probability theory, probability distributions. Introduction to a software environment for statistical computing. Application of the lecture content.
Integrated online lecture
Lector: Sebastian Geyer, BSc MSc
Introduction to additive manufacturing technologies - as used in the High Tech Manufacturing program (basics and application). From design to part, slicing methods, printing simple designs as a model or ready-to-use prototypes. Design of simple components taking into account customary limits (components and machines).
small project work, written exam
Basics of logistics and supply chain, logistics terms and concepts. Basics and concepts of logistics History and trends in logistics Storage systems and conveyor technology Picking & Pick-by-X systems Supply chain management, ABC analysis Modern transport systems, driverless transport systems Robotics and Cobots ERP, SCM systems Digital logistics planning
Practice-oriented group work (presentation, discussion) & submission of an innovation concept
Integrated course, Practice-oriented teamwork, readings, presentations, concept development
Lector: Victor Klamert, BSc MSc, DI Dr. Andreas Matzner, OStR. Prof., Christoph Mehofer, BSc, Matthias Nagl, BSc MSc
Lector: Dr. Stefan Treitl, Dr. Martin Waitz
operations management and the influence of setup, quality and maintenance process simulation basics of simulation and application to case studies
homework, written exam, project work
integrated class Since it is most likely that there will not be any physical class, we have to do the following: 3.3. Kick Off, afterwards: self study 17.3. Q+A Session with Martin Waitz 24.3. Mid Term Exam, afterwards: self study 28.4. Q+A Session with Stefan Treitl 30.6. Submission of Simulation Projects
Communication Theory, Communication Models, communication techniques, conflictmanagement
group work, online test
Theory Exercises Discussions Moodle Online Text
Lector: MMag. Tristan Petz
Application of Project Management theories. Each Student designs a Project handbook. Most important methods, Tools and instruments are trained.
Project Handbook / Presentation
Workshops, presentations and discussions
Lector: DIin Irene Schrutek
Lector: DI Walter Sebron
Lector: Ing. Alexander Liebe, MSc
Design and application of industrial robots; Kinematic types and coordinate systems; Basic programming knowledge of ABB industrial robots in the program language RAPID; Control and path planning; Possibilities and limitations of today's simulation technology; Grip types and their usability; Safety and its use around industrial robots in automated systems; Trends and latest developments in the field of robotics
Written final exam for lecture and exercise
Lecture and Exercises
Possible topics for the seminar: - Advanced Rapid Prototyping as used in international Formula Student Teams - How to use different types of software to capture and process a CAT-scan image and build a 3D model - How to use different image capturing technologies to build and adapt a 3D model of a pets limb (cat or dog) - How to use different Rapid Prototyping Technologies to build a transdermal prosthesis for a pet (cat or dog) An expansion of the topics by the respective guest lecturer is possible.
Lector: Dr.in Christa Blecha, Barry Jenkins, BSc (Hons)
Students will learn how to present in English and how to write an effective abstract.
classroom participation written abstract oral presentation written exam
All 4 skills will be trained and enhanced.
Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.mont. Heimo Sandtner, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Udo Unterweger
Lector: Sebastian Geyer, BSc MSc, Victor Klamert, BSc MSc, Ing. Gernot Korak, BSc MSc, DI Dr. Andreas Matzner, OStR. Prof., Christoph Mehofer, BSc, David Nechi, BSc, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Udo Unterweger
Possible topics for the Lecture Series: - Ambient Assisted Living (e.g. technical assistance in everyday life, Serious Games) - Robotics, Automation & Control (e.g. implementation of a robot arm, force distribution in robot arms, control algorithms for positioning) - Rapid Prototyping (e.g. Rapid prototyping for medical applications) - System Safety (e.g. Safety in Automotive, Safety in Aerospace, Safety in Traffic Control, Safety in Automation & Control) An expansion of the topics by the respective guest lecturer is possible.
Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Ursula Eckler, Dipl.-Ing. Jürgen Schulik
Legal Requirements Safety Policy and Systems Root cause Analysis Risk Management of work places Safety Equipment
Written Test and Project
Lecture, discussion, Workshops, case Studies
Lector: Mag. Dr.iur. Wolfgang Aigner
The course gives a short overview over the structure of the Austrian legal system: the Constitution, the structure of administration and the court system, the private law and the principles to protect the environment.
Written examination with casestudies at the end of the course.
Lecture and casestudies
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Fiedler, DI Fabio Offredi
- Structured innovation process - Innovations and innovation management - Technology and R&D management basic elements - Innovation strategies with reference to markets and products - Startup Toolbox - tutorial for young entrepreneurs with all elements for successful founding and scaling of a Startup - Entrepreneurship success factors - Measuring innovation activities - Entrepreneurship elements and challenges - Meeting successful entrepreneurs
Students will be grouped in 4 teams (each with a leader & co-leader). The exam has 2 components: - presentation of analysis of a given business case by each team - written examination about the fundamental concepts explained during the course
Explanation of basic concepts using examples taken from profesional experience. Constant interactive involvement of the students. Specific assignments to resolve small business cases in teams. Opportunity of confrontation with innovative business leaders.
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Jürgen Wöckl
Topics: Prognosis & forecasting Production planning (PP) Supply network planning (SNP) Lot sizing Inventory management Implementation using Excel, GLPK (incl. comparision with SAP APO)
VO: exam, UE: continuous assessment of course work
Lector: DI Fabio Offredi
Role of product marketing in the Company. Creation and customization of products and marketing concepts. The product life cycle, portfolio analysis, product diversification, pricing (costing). Concepts and definitions of marketing mix and sales activities Representation of success factors and problem areas.Support tools from the field of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Possible structures of the sales organization and sales teams.
Final written exam
Explanation of basic concepts using examples taken from profesional experience. Constant interactive involvement of the students
Presentation and Moderationstechniques
presentation, case study, Online-test
presentation discussion exercices Videos Moodle
Lector: Mag. Herbert Korvas
Corporate culture, human images and modern management strategies. Management and management strategies in selected areas of diversity management. Age and lifestyle, disability and health, migration and ethnicity, family and gender Leadership styles and diversity: Leader - Member - Exchange theory, systemic and ethical leadership theories Control and design of participatory leadership processes through coaching, personnel and team development Personnel deployment in qualitative, quantitative, temporal and local terms
(Immanenter Prüfungscharakter), written exame
Lector: Ing. Ernst Weigl, MBA
Basic knowledge on quality management systems, organisational quality, improvement processes as well as reporting methodology. Introduction of quality tools and execution of quality training. What are the tasks of quality management in an enterprise or organisation. What are the quality tasks throughout the product life cycle in respect to customer service and product.
Written test right after each lecture
Lecture, Group work
Lector: Ing. Peter Novotny, Ing. Anton Steininger
Lector: DI (FH) Herbert Andert
This Course contains practical exercises, done alone or in Groups. We handle special Automation topics like HMI, step-motors, communication and Web-Server.
practical education, presentation of the solutions and labor-protocol
Training and lectures
Lector: Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Philip Nowack, MSc.
Process communication, requirements to sundry layers of communication, industrial communication systems representatives, fieldbus, process automation, process, process control systems, computer-aided engineering.
Lecture Parallel applied project Written exam
Lecture (with parallel applied project)
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Novotny
Leadership, Team and Teambuilding, Change Management, agile Organisations
case study Online text Discussion
presentation discussion exercices self reflection questionnaires moodle
Number of teaching weeks18 per semester
Times20 to 25 hours per week
Language of instructionGerman
ElectivesSelection and participation according to available places. There may be separate selection procedures.
Your options cover a wide spectrum. The Vienna region is an attractive and innovative technology location. Highly qualified people who are familiar with state-of-the-art manufacturing methods are and will in future be in demand to drive sustainable and dynamic growth. The degree program will, for instance, qualify you for team management in the fields of construction and manufacture, where product manufacture requires modern and sophisticated processes: in the automotive industry, in machine and plant construction or in environmental and recycling technology. High Tech Manufacturing graduates are in demand here, using their know-how to optimize manufacturing processes and ensure sustainability.
You future careerYou will be working in project and process management, in quality management, in research and development or in supply chain management. As a graduate, you will be sought after in the following fields:
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Within the framework of the FIT program, the AMS (Public Employment Service Austria) promotes women by pre-qualifying them for technical fields of study. Interested women may complete these courses at the FH Campus Wien.
Experience shows that many questions arise during the application phase and the start of the degree program. We therefore propose that interested persons and applicants should network with higher semester students in the same degree program as yours. Personal and individual contact with your buddy will facilitate your entry into the degree program.
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First semester students in technical or structural engineering degree programs have the opportunity of attending special refresher and preparatory courses pertinent to their degree program in subjects such as mathematics, physics, English, electronics, C programming etc. This will facilitate entry into the FH degree program and ensure your success in important degree program subjects.
Vice Rector for Research and Development, Head of Section High Tech Manufacturing T: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Opening hours VIRTUAL secretary's officeDuring the semester:Tuesday and Thursday, 10.00 a.m.-11.00 a.m.During summer holidays: Tuesday 10.00 a.m.-11.00 a.m.During the company holidays: closed from 20th July to 21st August 2020
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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!Campusnetzwerk