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"VR Mine"

Integrating virtual reality into European mining engineering - "VR mine" could revolutionize training for young professionals.

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Innovation Days 2020

For the third time in a row, the Innovation Days are organised by the IMA of RWTH Aachen University in cooperation with companies, start-ups and innovation projects.

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Glück auf von der Dieselkatze!

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Award of the Stifterverband for AR/VR learning scenarios

Award-winning: Bringing the large lecture hall into the small seminar room with Mixed Reality

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BMBF funding notification for €250,000

Under the theme "Change through Innovation in the Region", the BMBF is funding the "INGRAIN" project.

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Check Your Career: Johanna Werz explains online tool "CHEFIN"

Together with her team, Johanna Werz from the RWTH Chair of Information Management in Mechanical Engineering is developing an online tool in the CHEFIN project that supports students and young professionals from the mathematical, computer science, natural science and technical (MINT) fields on their career path. We asked her how CHEFIN can help with career planning.

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Construction machinery 4.0

Integration of human expert knowledge by means of machine learning in the control of autonomous construction machines (BauML)

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Teaching in times of Corona

Everything has to happen simultaneously from one day to the next, and preferably yesterday. Prof. Dr. Ingrid Isenhardt explains how higher education institutions are developing practical future perspectives for digital teaching in the VDI-Nachrichten of 31.03.2020.

Die Story im Ersten: Work - how can it be better?

What will the working world of the future look like, and which profession has a future at all? How do I reconcile family and work? The WDR report goes on a job hunt with people who are now asking themselves precisely these questions. WDR visited us a few weeks ago as part of the filming for this topic.

Phoenix Report: Our World in the Future

On the second day of phoenix Future Week, reporter David Damschen looks at the question of how our economy will be shaped in the future. To this end, he also spoke with Dr Frank Hees in our research halls. Will we work less? Is a new industrial age on the horizon with increasing automation and digitalisation? And what will shopping and payment look like in the future? Will there soon only be cryptocurrency?

At "Made in Aachen", companies present their success stories

The 13,000 businesses in Aachen take up 22% of Aachen's total area. This is one of the findings of "Made in Aaachen (MIA)", a three-year project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, in which the Cybernetics Lab IMA & IfU of RWTH Aachen University is also involved.

Engineering Diversity: Innovation needs diversity

Engineering is still a male domain. For more success in developing new products and solving complex problems, more diversity is needed in the future. In addition to a higher proportion of women, this also includes more interdisciplinarity - which looks far beyond the end of one's nose, as our Deputy Institute Director Prof. Dr. Ingrid Isenhardt says in the VDI News of 27 May 2019.