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Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

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Strong at research, with numerous laboratories as well as ties to other internal and external academic institutions - this characterizes the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. There is a lively exchange with companies from industry and business, which enriches teaching with valuable input. 
Well-equipped, outstanding laboratories and equipment allow students to work professionally. 

Robotics Lab

Four identical "Ready2_educate" training cells by KUKA company are installed in the robotics lab. Here, students have the opportunity to learn and try out their programming and thus also the control of state-of-the-art industrial robot systems on four robot arms. The laboratory was set up jointly by the Faculties of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics, Computer Science and Business Information Systems as well as Management Science and Engineering.

 

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High-voltage laboratory

Practical courses on high voltage and power engineering are held in the Faculty's high-voltage laboratory. The impressive facility makes visible, for example, the enormous energies that a power line can withstand.

 

Clean room

In industries such as optics and laser technology, aerospace engineering, life sciences and medical research, keeping products and processes clean is crucial. This means that certain modern research and development processes must not exceed certain limits of dust, particles, microorganisms or germs in the air. In order to be able to work and conduct research at HKA just as well as in industry, the clean room was set up: special filters process the air accordingly, and all employees must also wear protective clothing to prevent contamination. Complex micro- and nanostructured components can now be researched, developed and manufactured here. So far, the components can be found in the field of chemical sensors, optical biosensors and miniaturized optical analysis systems. 

 

Institute for Sensor and Information Systems

At the university's own Institute for Sensor and Information Systems (ISIS), several scientists joined forces in 2008 to conduct joint research in the field of sensor technology and provide new impetus for innovative development.

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Project group Water Technology

The focus of his research is sensor-based and energy-optimized membrane filtration in the field of drinking water treatment and wastewater recycling for the development of innovative resource and energy-efficient processes. More  

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