Production is currently changing under the influence of a diversity of trends. Examples are new production technologies for customer specific products, the stronger relevance of digitalisation („Industry 4.0/Smart Production“) and sustainability as well as social changes (e.g. demographic change, urbanisation). Based on those trends and changes, new challenges for the producing industry arise: production systems of the future need flexible structures, should incorporate potentials of urban embedment and cyber-physical approaches as well as innovative ways for employee qualification. Thus, an interdisciplinary understanding and the balancing of conflicting goals is crucial.
Against this background, the seminar „Future Production Systems“ aims at presenting and discussing diverse approaches in context of future production. After an introducing lecture, the students will work out (in teams of 2-3 persons) written or practical contents which will be presented and discussed in form of a presentation towards the end of the semester. Besides future related contents in the area of production engineering, important soft skills like group work, presentation techniques, scientific work and writing as well as presenting and discussing in English will be fostered.
Lecturer: Dr.-Ing. Max Juraschek / Dr.-Ing. Kolja Meyer Frequency: Summer semester Time: Tuesday, 11:30 - 13:00, 6 classroom sessions: Introduction: 18.04.2023 Introduction Part II and topic selection: 25.04.2023 Workshops: 16.05.2023, 23.05.2023 Final presentations: 11.07.2023, 18.07.2023 Location: CIM room of the IMF, Langer Kamp 19b
Examination: Homework in groups (scientific paper) Credit points: 5
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