Student involvement in our technologically demanding projects is always welcome. Our projects are by their nature totally practical, as the financing of the whole lab is market-oriented. Suitable tasks from our R&D projects are selected to be dealt with in the lecture subjects listed below. After being introduced to the topic in seminars, participating students are intensively supervised by the highly qualified staff of the LAMS lab.

Students can participate in our technically demanding research projects either by taking the following lectures by the Head of the LAMS lab, Prof. A├čbeck, or as a student assistant (Hiwi) or through thesis work:

  • Engineering practice
  • HF/EMV project practical
  • Practical control technology
  • Control and automation technology (incl. building climate control)
  • EMV experimental lecture
  • Study assignments SS15 more..

Some examples of student involvement in R&D projects is shown below:

A student (2.f.r.) measures with a near-field probe the magnetic field around a prototype developed in LAMS (automatic analysis device for plastics) to evaluate the potential danger for users.
Students testing self-developed Tesla energy transmission.
Pneumatic position control of neutron shuttles in our teaching reactor;students setting a PID controller implemented on a SPS (S7-200) as part of a complete automation control system.