HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
Type of company
University/Institute of higher education
Form-Flexible Handling for a more Efficient Production
One main academic focus of Leibniz Universität Hannover with its approximately 28,000 students and more than 3,000 scientists, whereof 326 are professors, lies in engineering. Future-oriented research and a scientific tradition that dates back to the foundation of the university in 1881 are no contradictions. Students and scientists work on contemporary and future problems such as: How can complex capital goods be regenerated in a more efficient and sustainable way? How can obstacles be detected in rapid laser cutting? How can novel implants also work as sensors in the human body? And how can disinfection of hands in the clinical daily routine be effectively monitored? These are cross-cutting issues where the institutes of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering do their research on and of which prototypes are shown at the booth.
Several studies in the mid-19th century indicate the impact of hand hygiene compliance on the decline of infections in the health sector. However, despite this knowledge and world-wide accepted guidelines on hand hygiene, infection rates in today's hospitals ars still too high. For, example, the number ...read more
Intelligent implantsread more
Lasting Regeneration of Aircraft Engines
The regeneration of complex capital goods, particularly jet engines, wind turbines, or railway vehicles, is an important issue because a significant proportion of the operating costs are a result of regeneration. Several possibilities for improving maintenance ...read more
Two camera systemsread more
Forschungszentrum CFK NORDread more
These days, industry 4.0 is on everyone's lips. Through the increased flexibility, many companies hope to adapt more quickly to the ever-increasing complexity of their customers' demands. Only this way a real competitive advantage can be held. However, actual flexibility cannot be achieved solely through ...read more
More powerful, more reliable and more durable batteries that is what researchers of the Battery LabFactory Braunschweig (BLB) work on. How to achieve these goals with the support of a networked industry, is presented at the joint booth of TU Braunschweig and Leibniz Universität Hannover.
Research and ...read more
uni transfer is the central contact point for accessing knowledge and experts from Leibniz Universität Hannover. We help companies to find experts and research results from our university. Research activities include the natural sciences, mechanical and electrical engineering and computer science, as ...read more