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Machines, Equipment and Process Automation (MAP)

Motivation and aim

Today's machine and handling technologies must meet the ever changing market conditions and the  constantly increasing technological requirements. Quantities, variety and configuration flexibility as well as low investment and maintenance costs are amongst the essential criteria.

The aim of the Machines, Equipment and Process Automation department is to develop innovative and integrated solutions for the Machine Tools and Mechatronics, Lightweight manufacturing and Electric Mobility.

Contact:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Fleischer

 

 

Lightweight manufacturing Machine Tools and Mechatronics  Electric Mobility
  • Gripping, handling and assembly systems
  • Development, simulation and evaluation of machines and equipment
  • Development of optimized joining elements and processes for production
  • Conceptual design of cyber-physical systems (CPS)
  • Handling and assembling of micromechatronic products
  • Increase of resource and energy efficiency of machinery and plants
  • Gripping, handling and assembly systems
  • Process and prototype development, simulation and evaluation
  • Process control for the production of electrical storage systems and electric motors

Contact:

M. Sc. Sven Coutandin

Contact:

Contact:

Dipl.-Ing. Sebastian Haag
   

 

Research projects
NeWwire
New winding technologies for the economic automated production of high-performance electric drives
Manuel Peter
Janna Hofmann
01.01.2017 -
31.12.2019
FaMeZug
Fiber-metal hybrids in rail vehicles - intrinsic manufactured hollow profiles in chassis components and drive train
M.Sc. Paul Ruhland
01.10.2016 -
30.09.2019
HighEnergy
Coating, drying and new stack image techniques for high energy cells (BEST)
M.Sc. Hannes Weinmann
01.08.2016 -
01.08.2019
SmartBodySynergy
Smart automotive body cells for a synergetic ramp-up of electrified vehicles
M.Sc. Fabio Echsler Minguillon
01.01.2016 -
31.12.2018
InnoDeLiBatt
Innovative production technologies for the production of lithium-ion batteries which are suitable for disassembly
M.Sc. Ramona Singer
01.01.2016 -
31.12.2018
ProMoS
Modeling of the linear coil winding process
M.Sc. Janna Hofmann
01.01.2016 -
31.12.2017
MoPaHyb
Modulare Produktionsanlagen für hybride Bauteile
M.Sc. Markus Schäfer
01.10.2015 -
30.09.2018
Prozessmodell werkzeugfreie Herstellung von MIM-Bauteilen
Aufbau eines Prozessmodells zur werkzeugfreien Herstellung von Grünlingen mit dem Arburg Freiform-Verfahren Erstellung von Richtlinien zur Prozess- und Feedstockparameterwahl
Dipl.-Ing. Quirin Spiller
01.07.2015 -
30.06.2018
IP3D
Industrielle Produktion von 3D-Faserformteilen mit lokalen Endlosfaserverstärkungen zur Steigerung der Materialeffizienz
M.Sc. Marius Dackweiler
01.10.2014 -
30.09.2017
FMGL
Faser-Metall-Gummi-Laminate – ein neuartiges, nachhaltiges Werkstoffkonzept für den Fahrzeugleichtbau
M. Sc. Sven Roth
01.10.2014 -
30.09.2017
ResSub
Ressourceneffizienz im RTM-Prozess - Reduktion des Faserverschnitts durch Subpreforming
M. Sc. Sven Coutandin
01.10.2014 -
30.09.2017
OptiFeLio
Optimized design and production concepts for the production of lithium-ion battery housings
M.Sc. Ramona Singer
01.10.2014 -
30.09.2017
SMiLE
Systemintegrativer Multi-Material-Leichtbau für die Elektromobilität – Teilprojekt AP2: Endlosfaserverstärkte Duromere
Dipl.-Ing. Fabian Ballier
01.09.2014 -
31.08.2017
SPP1712
Phase 1 - Intrinsische Hybridverbunde für Leichtbautragstrukturen - Grundlagen der Fertigung, Charakterisierung und Auslegung
Dipl.-Ing. Simon-Frederik Koch
01.06.2014 -
31.05.2017