The research and development activities of the Faculty of Mechanical and Bioprocess Engineering are characterised by proximity to application and diversity. Cooperation activities and joint development projects with external partners enable direct access to innovative questions and the direct transfer of research and development results into practice.

In addition to the requirements of the legal and science policy framework conditions, the university has created the necessary conditions with its research strategy to ensure the attractiveness of its teaching in terms of scientific and technological progress with an active transfer of knowledge and technology.

For more information, please refer to the pages of our Institutes and research clusters with the respective contact persons.