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Institute for Management and Factory Systems
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History of the Institute

1836 Founding of the Royal Gewerbschule to Chemnitz
1929 Renamed National Academy of Engineering
1947 Reopening of the technical colleges Chemnitz
1952 Renamed Technical School of Mechanical and Electrical
1953 Establishment of the College of Engineering Karl-Marx-Stadt
1955 Founding of the Institute for Standardization (KÜMMEL)
1956 Founding of the Institute of Management Sciences (SCHLÄFER)
1959 Association for the Institute of Systems, Standardization (SCHLÄFER, KÜMMEL, MARTINI, KUNOW)
1963 Presentation of the status of Institute of Technology
1969 Establishing the technology section of the metalworking industry with the fields of business project planning and production process control (WIRTH), maintenance (WOLF), standardization (KUNOW) Work Science (Kulka, later Puttrich and Hartmann)
1986 Presentation of the status of Technical University; Commissioning of the first automated factory
1992 Replacement of professorships Work Science(ENDERLEIN), Factory Planning and Factory Management (WIRTH, FÖRSTER), production process control and factory automation (PETERMANN)
1995 Start-up of the Institute of Management and Factory Systems by Professors Enderlein, Förster, Petermann, Wirth;
Establishment of Honorary Professor of Construction and Facilities Management (DÖREN)
2000 Establishment of honorary professor of Industrial and Construction Management (ERFURTH)
2002 Appointment of Egon Müller professor of Factory Planning and Factory Management
2004 Appointment of Mrs Birgit Spanner-Ulmer as Professorship of Human Factors and Work Design
2005 Adoption of the modernized institution building
2006 The 50th anniversary of the IBF
2007 Start of construction and reconstruction of D-Reopening of the experiment and Digital Factory (EDF)
2009 Groundbreaking Project House Meteor
2011 Completion Project House Meteor and third stage of the experiment and Digital Factory (EDF)
2012 Interim way acquisition of the Professorship of Human Factors and Work Design by Dr. rer. pol. Angelika C. Bullinger-Hoffmann