About HAWtech

In 2009, the following leading universities of applied sciences in the field of Engineering Sciences founded the “German Alliance of Applied Sciences” (HAWtech): Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Dresden University of Applied Sciences, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences.
Each of the member universities has a distinct technical focus and enjoys an excellent reputation in its specific field. Though situated in different parts of Germany, a common characteristic is their respective location in an economically strong region providing a high quality of live. The total number of enrolled students adds up to approximately 60.000. The Aims of HAWtech

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Lab of the Future: FabBus takes 3D printing directly to the school playground

Concentrated technology in the mobile lab: This is how you could sum up GoetheLab's FabBus. After two years of planning, the double decker bus of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics at the FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, is now ready for its big launch. The project's vision: To take 3D printing from the science labs directly to the potential new blood and make it…

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Students of Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences present their racing car with numerous technical innovations

Planned participation in student design competitions on Hockenheimring as well as in Austria and Spain

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More than 935,000 Euros funding for the FH Aachen project "NanoHyb"

Smaller than small: Nanoparticles are tiny particles, not visible to the human eye. The development and combination of new functional elements and structures of such nanoparticles is the research focus of two institutes at the FH Aachen: For the joint project "NanoHyb", the Institute of Nanotechnology and Biotechnology (INB) as well as the Institute for Applied Polymer Chemistry (IAP) on Campus…

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Testing Alternative Drives: LUNA builds vehicle for lab purposes

It could be a kind of golf cart, taking the player from fairway to fairway. The location here is very different, though. Amidst tools and heavy equipment, the vehicle is sitting in the work shop on Hohenstauffenallee. Members of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering's project LUNA are finetuning and working on the prototype which will eventually become a lab vehicle for teaching purposes in the…

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