Important Dates for Incoming Students
Tu, 30. June 2020 →
Researchers, companies and the population use the creative space together. In Aalen, an architecturally prominent building is being built on the university campus for research topics in the field of digitalization. Its goal is to strenghen the sustainability of business.
Mo, 22. June 2020 →
Long-lasting products are sustainable. This applies to smartphones in the same way as to engine control units or battery cells for electric mobility. For that reason, electric and electronic components must be protected from intruding moisture, so that they endure for the complete service life. Only when plastics tightly seal, e.g. the metal electrodes of a pacemaker, thee sensitive inner electronics are protected from potential damages caused by penetrating bodily fluids. A new measuring device allows researchers at Aalen University to detect the smallest leakages in the interface of adhesively bonded plastic-metal joints and thus help to improve the seal tightness of such interfaces.
Tu, 26. May 2020 →
The project SmartPro has been running at Aalen University since 2017. The focus of the project is collaborative research activities towards socially and economically relevant topics like energy efficiency and resource conservation with regional companies. The targeted goals were recently evaluated positively by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Aalen University is pleased with the extension of SmartPro to 2025, for which the BMBF provided 4.75 million Euros, as well as an additional million Euros for companies.
Tu, 21. April 2020 →
Where normally hundreds of new students would be informed about the first steps of their studies, is now a gaping void. Because of that, Aalen University’s YouTube channel keeps getting „fuller”. Instead of on campus, the approx. 650 new students were greeted by University President Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schneider via livestream. “This semester will be an adventure for all of us”, he explains, “but together, we can do this”.
We, 01. April 2020 →
With 2.7 million Euros, the Carl-Zeiss Foundation has supported the construction of a centre for machine learning at Aalen University since April 2020. Machine learning has quickly become a key technology for applications in the industry. The goal is to teach machines to be able to perform complex tasks intelligently and automatically. Through anchoring the topic in education and further training, the center should secure the need for adequately trained workers in the East Wuerttemberg region.