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Theses at the Institute of Transport and Automation Technology

Construction of huge test benches, research into new control algorithms, micromechanical challenges - all this is offered by the ITA. A strong, friendly team is working here on the intralogistics of the future.

Are you studying mechanical engineering, computer science, electrical engineering or a related field? The ITA offers student research projects that are individually tailored to the topic and the student working on it. As a student assistant, you also have the opportunity to actively participate in changing topics.

Transport Technology

  • Conveying technologies in space

    Description

    Space mining is still associated with pure science-fiction but not least projects such as Luna-27, launched by the European Space Agency, or private companies like Planetary Resources Inc. clearly indicate the high potential and need of space resources. Hereby mainly water, minerals and gases – found on asteroids or the moon – are of high interest. Whether processed on site or brought back to earth, the presence of micro- or zero-gravity highly affects handling and transporting processes. With this Leibniz University and its Einstein-Elevator already offer best research conditions for future applications.

    Assignment

    • General literature research on transport and handling technologies under influence of micro- and zero-gravity.
    • Description of material responses to weightlessness with special focus on bulk materials and fluids.
    • Categorisation and conception of hypothetical technical solutions.
    • Concluding recommendations and outlook on the topic.

    Prerequisites

    • Interested in general transport technologies
    • Motivated and independent working skills
    • Technical affinity to gravity influences

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Automation Technology

There are no project or final theses offered in the field of "Automation Technology" right now.


Optronics


Production in Space

INFORMATION FOR STUDENT RESEARCH PROJECTS AND THESES

Here you will find templates for the cover sheet of student works and the declaration of independence, as well as general information on the structure of the work and the correct citation of literature.

CONTACT FOR GENERAL QUESTIONS ON THESES

Susanne Reschke
Office
Address
An der Universität 2
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
212
Susanne Reschke
Office
Address
An der Universität 2
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
212