During the colloquium the students present the results of their student work. This includes not only the bachelor and master theses but also project and student research projects. The audience includes the scientific staff of the institute as well as students of various courses of study.
This not only gives the presenters the opportunity to improve their own presentation skills, but also the students in the audience can benefit from this and prepare for their own presentations.
The colloquia of the Chair of Manufacturing Technologies & Process Automation (FuP) are independent of the NPLCE colloquium and are organized by the responsible FuP department. The registration for the colloquia is then done by the supervising staff member. Participation as a guest auditor is possible at any time without prior registration.