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Professorship Production Systems and Processes
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Professorship Production Systems and Processes

In the course of the appointment of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Dix in October 2020, the professorship of Machine Tool Design and Forming Technology has been renamed in professorship Production Systems and Processes.

The Professorship is integrated into the Institute for Machine Tools and Production Processes (IWP) of Chemnitz University of Technology. Established in 1956, it has developed into an efficient and recognized research and training facility for production technology in Germany.

Our work focuses on teaching and research in the field of production technology. In the four teaching and research divisions "Machine Tools", "Manufacturing Engineering / Cutting", "Process Informatics / Virtual Product Development" and "Control and Feedback Control Technology", our researchers interdisciplinarily deal with topics that can be assigned to the strategic goals of Industry 4.0 and resource efficiency in production. Areas of application are primarily mechanical engineering, the automotive and supplier industry as well as medical technology.

The Chemnitz University of Technology has taken far-reaching measures to protect employees, students, project partners and the general public from the corona virus.

That is why the scientists of the Professorship Production Systems and Processes are currently mainly working in home office. Nevertheless, we are more than happy to assist you with any questions concerning research and studies. You can reach us via phone and e-mail, as usual.
For information on digital courses offered by our professorship, please visit the OPAL learning platform.

If you have any questions or suggestions regarding e-learning, please feel free to contact the course supervisor or
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Hänel
.

Current information

  • Forschung

    A man wearing a suit and VR goggles holds a drill with help from a robot.Surgery Training with Robots and Virtual Reality

    The insertion of hip implants places high demands on surgeons - To help young doctors practice this operation under realistic conditions, scientists from the University of Bremen and Chemnitz continue developing their hip implant simulator