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10 November 2018: Save the Date - The Night of Knowledge - also at the PZH site
On Saturday, November 10, 2018, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering invites you to the Hannover Centre for Production Technology as part of the university-wide "Night of Knowledge". In good tradition, all mechanical engineering institutes present themselves there with entertaining and technical things, with delicious and witty stuff for everyone - from grandchildren to grandmothers, from schoolg
16 October 2018: "Digitization in Production Technology" - free lab tour of the Kompetenzzentrum Mittelstand 4.0 at the PZH
Within the framework of its "Production Technology Expert Factory", the Kompetenzzentrum Mittelstand 4.0 for Lower Saxony and Bremen will present the effects of digitisation on forming, machining and micro-production technology and will shed light on corresponding changes in intra- and production logistics as well as product development and work 4.0.
2 October, 2018: How can good work, meaning and profit be combined? Lecture in the Future Lab of the PZH
"Change, complexity, good work" - this is the title of the third lecture in 2018 of the "Future Lab: Production and Society" of the PZH, which since 2016 has been illuminating the decisive non-technical facets of future-compatible production. Dr. Simon Berkler, managing director and co-founder of TheDive, Berlin, will be the guest.
26 September 2018 - Photo project "Mechanical engineering in the Nordstadt"
The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering invites you to the OK-Haus (SeKoM) on Wednesday, 26 September at 6.30 p.m. to present the results of the photo project "Mechanical Engineering in the Nordstadt". In spring and summer, photographer Franz Bischof roamed through the mechanical engineering institutes in the northern part of Hanover.
Innovative research through transregional cooperation
IFUM/IW/IUL | It is easier to reach your goal in a team - this also applies to research. The IFUM and IW institutes in Hanover work closely with their Dortmund colleagues from the IUL and jointly develop new production technologies, such as solid sheet metal forming.For more than five years, the scientists from Hanover and Dortmund have been cooperating successfully in various projects - for examp