Technische Hochschule Deggendorf

Institution

    • Organisation type:
      • Education & Training
      • Research & Development
      • Technological Consultancy
    • Year founded:
    • 1994
    • Employees (at the site):
    • not available
    • Turnover range:
    • not available
    • Products/services:
    • 6 Faculties:
      - Civil & Construction Engineering
      - Business Administration & Business Informatics
      - Electrical Engineering & Media Technology
      - Mechanical Engineering &Mechatronics
      - Natural Sciences & Industrial Engineering
      - Institute for Applied Health Sciences

      8 Technology and Health Campuses:
      - Freyung: Embedded Systems, Geoinformatics, Bionics
      - Cham: Automation & Production Technology, Drive Systems, Robotics
      - Teisnach: Optical Technologies, High-Frequency Engineering
      - Spiegelau: Melting Technology, Thermal Molding, Precision Glass Molding, Analytics
      - Mariakirchen: Environmental and Energy Management, Gerontology
      - Grafenau: Data Analytics, Purchasing & Supply Chain Management, Future Policies for Structurally Disadvantaged Regions
      - Bad Kötzting: Health Care Management, Health Sciences
      - Weißenburg: Plastics Technology

    • Core competencies:
    • -Application-Oriented Studies
      -R&D in Future Technologies
      -In-Service Training Programmes

      The Institute for Applied Research was established with the aim to further develop and strengthen research activities, as well as to promote knowledge and technology transfer.
      The IAF coordinates applied research and development (R&D) and knowledge transfer. The institute focuses on the university's application-orientated research expertise and works together with the Research, Knowledge and Technology Transfer and the Graduate Mentoring Unit as a contact point for:
      •Small to middle-sized regional companies and local non-profit making organizations who require expert subject knowledge
      •Professors and scientists from THD and its eight technology campuses
      •Postgraduates who wish to study for a PhD

      Fields of Research
      •Bionics
      •Energy & Sustainability
      •Health/Demographic Change
      •Industry 4.0
      •Internet, Communication & Culture
      •Futuristic Mobility Concepts
      •Nanotechnology & New Materials

    • Language skills:
    • English
      German
    • Key Tech / section:
      • Construction Industry
      • Electrical Engineering & Electronics
      • Environmental Technology
      • Information Technology
      • Logistics
      • Mechanical Engineering Industry
      • Mechatronics
    • Certification:
    • not available

    • Sales markets - target countries:
    • not available
    • Cooperation offers:
    • Cooperations in terms of consulting, internships, student research papers and theses, contract research to joint research and development projects are offered by the 6 faculties and the 8 technology campuses.
    • Contact person:
    • Prof. Dr. Andreas Grzemba (Mr.)
      - Management
      - Research & development

      Claudia Puck (Mrs.)
      - Research & development
      - Cooperation