Registration for an ADP | ARP is done through the secretariat of
Prof. Dr.-Ing. J. Metternich or Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Weigold

Advanced Design Project (ADP)

Offer cycle Constantly, by arrangement
Workload The duration of the task is foreseen to be 4 weeks working on the task for a whole day.
Credit points
  • 4 – 8 CP, depending on the expected workload
  • In total, each student needs 12 CP
  • Guideline: 30h per credit point
Organizational
  • Prerequisite: Vordiplom/ Bachelor
  • Team size: 4 to max. 7 persons
  • Individual and team registration possible
  • Each participant receives an individual grade
  • ADPs must be registered in the study office
General In the Advanced Design Project, students are given the opportunity to work on current research projects. Here, students work in teams on complex tasks that are roughly defined by the respective supervisor. The topics are varied and practical. The students should work out their own solutions and the subject area should be concretized independently. It is possible to involve the industry in the task definition, the provision of aids and in the presentation of the results. During the project, the students are intensively supervised and offered a modern working environment. A constructive product development must be in the foreground, otherwise the MechCenter can reject the work.
Aims The student should master the scientific way of working. He should be able to organize, plan and carry out the task independently. organize, plan and carry out the task. This includes the independent acquisition of information from the library from the library and from databases. He should also be able to present his results in written as well as oral form in a scientifically correct manner. in a scientifically correct manner.

Current tenders

  • Entwicklung eines Assistenzsystems zur Unterstützung im Energiemonitoring

    Development of an assistance system to support energy monitoring operations

    2024/01/30

    Supervisors: Andreas Wächter, M.Sc., Fabian Hock, M.Eng.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Implementierung eines Continual-Machine-Learning Ansatzes für das Abschätzen von Lagerbeanspruchungen in einer Motorspindel

    Implementation of a continuous machine learning approach for the estimation of bearing loads in a motor spindle

    2023/12/15

    Supervisor: Magnus von Elling, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Vergleich einer Mehrkörpersimulation einer Motorspindel in Adams mit der Kommerziellen Software Mesys

    Comparison of a multi-body simulation of a motor spindle in Adams with the commercial software Mesys

    2023/12/15

    Supervisor: Magnus von Elling, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Entwicklung und Aufbau eines mobilen Demonstrators zum Thema Kreislaufwirtschaft

    Development and construction of a mobile demonstrator on the topic of circular economy

    2023/11/09

    Supervisors: Jonas Barth, M.Sc., Alexander Moltschanov, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Identifikation von Ansätzen zum Lastmanagement energieflexibler Produktionsmaschinen

    Miniforschungsprojekt (MFP)

    2023/09/20

    Supervisor: Andreas Clement, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

  • Analyse am Markt verfügbarer Motorspindeln und herstellerspezifischer Neuentwicklungen im Bereich intelligenter Motorspindeln und Leichtbau-Spindelkomponenten

    2023/07/26

    Supervisor: Patrick Fehn, M.Sc.

    Announcement as PDF

Advanced Research Project (ARP)

Offer cycle Constantly, by arrangement
Workload approx. 180 hours
Credit points
  • 4 – 8 CP, depending on the expected workload.
  • In total each student needs 6 CP
  • Guideline: 30h per Credit Point
Organizational
  • Team size: 4 to max. 7 persons
  • Individual and team registration possible
  • Each participant receives an individual grade
  • ARPs have to be registered in the study office
General provides students with an opportunity to work on current research projects. ARPs involve an analytical approach to research problems, particularly through the research and evaluation of literature. Each participant of the ARP is assigned an individual topic, which is determined by the supervisor.given by the respective supervisor. The individual topics of an ARP usually complement each other in terms of content, so that a broad discussion within the team is possible. In addition to work and time planning for complex tasks, this also and time planning for complex tasks, teamwork and role understanding as well as communication and moderation techniques. During the project, the students are intensively supervised and they are offered a modern working environment.
Aims The student should master the scientific way of working. He should be able to organize, plan and carry out the task independently. organize, plan and carry out the task. This includes the independent acquisition of information from the library from the library and from databases. He should also be able to present his results in written as well as oral form in a scientifically correct manner. in a scientifically correct manner.

Current tenders

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