Engineering students from different degrees, including mechanical engineering, materials science, electrical engineering and industrial engineering, deal with various aspects of manufacturing technology in the course of their studies. In lectures ranging from the fundamentals of manufacturing technology to specialized lectures, for example additive manufacturing or coating technology, the essential knowledge of process and material behaviour in manufacturing as well as a methodical approach are taught. While working on theses or as assistants, students can pursue further questions within the scope of the department's research, thus creating a close link between research and teaching.

Michael Reichel

Student theses and research assistants

All topics concerning student theses (bachelor, master, diploma, project seminar, main seminar) or a position as a scientific assistant are accessible via Moodle using the following links:

Student Theses (BaA, PS, MaA, DA, HS).

Assistant positions

Michael Reichel

Lectures in Moodle

The documents of all courses of the department, further information as well as the respective contact persons are provided via Moodle.

To the courses in Moodle


Post-exam review

The exams of the past winter semester 2022/23 can be viewed on the following date:

Date: Thursday, 25.05.2023
Time: 8:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Newtonbau (Room 2010)

Please make an individual appointment in advance via email during the above-mentioned period directly with the following staff members:

Franziska Petzoldt:
• (Fundamentals of) production technology incl. practical course
• Analysis of process chains
• Joining technology
• Precision machining

Dr. Jörg Hildebrand:
• Machine tools
• Welding technology
• Welding simulation
• Additive manufacturing

Dr. Klaus Schricker:
• Laser material processing and innovative joining technologies

Mathias Eiber:
• Manufacturing automation and assembly technology