The laboratory work specifically involves experimental research work. The specific objectives are defined by the chairs where the laboratory work is performed. Lab Work is done in groups. Students can choose freely the chair or chairs and discipline for their laboratory work, depending on availability.
Either 10 or 6 CP must be completed, depending on the start of the study program. Students who are examined according to the Examination Regulations 2023 (from the winter semester 2023/24) must complete 6 CP for the module Laboratory Work. Students who were already enrolled in MMT before the winter semester 2023/24 must complete 10 CP.
The following chairs are offering Laboratory Work for MMT-students. However, we recommend checking the websites of other institutes proactively and the backboards of relevant chairs.
|Chair||Title Lab Work||ECTS||WS/SS||Contact Person||Further Information|
|ISF||Experimental and simulative investigations of turning a steel material||6||SS||Youssef Alammari||Link|
|IUL||Material characterization in forming technology||5-6||WS||Joshua Grodotzki||Link|
|IUL||Additive Fertigung in der Umformtechnik||3||SS||Joshua Grodotzki||Link|
|WPT||Fatigue and fracture behavior of metallic materials||3||WS||Yashar Sarafraz|
|LKT||Additive Design and Manufacturing Lab -ADM-LAB||3||WS||Rami Rouhana||Link|
|LKT||Ultrasonic Welding of Plastics||3||WS||Rami Rouhana||Link|
|CRE||Uncertainty Quantification with Fuzzy Analysis||3||WS/SS||Marcos Valdebenito||Link|
|LWT||Individual subject (group between 3-5 students)||5||WS/SS||Lukas Wojarski|