These days, new technical developments are emerging more and more often at the boundaries between disciplines, where different mindsets meet and interact with each other. The development of new mechatronic or intelligent technical systems calls for interdisciplinary thinking and action.
In our research and teaching activities, we are concerned with the modeling, simulation, reliability, optimization, operation, monitoring, diagnosis and prognosis of mechanical, mechatronic and intelligent technical systems. Key areas of research are nonlinear dynamics, contact mechanics, friction, condition monitoring, data analytics, reliability engineering, sensors, actuators and ultrasonics. In these fields of research, we focus in particular on sustainable solutions.
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