RWTH Aachen Campus contributes significantly towards highlighting the research competence available at RWTH University. The project creates a unique symbiosis of science and industry. Here, experts research specifically defined, relevant topics. Long-term areas of research are represented in clusters. These clusters are subdivided into centers, in which interdisciplinary teams and industry consortia work jointly on specific issues of the future and develop visionary solution approaches.
Businesses get to implement innovations better, faster and leaner at the Innovation Factory. The unique ecosystem of RWTH Aachen Campus makes that possible. Academia and industry work together closely, which allows them to tap previously unimagined potential. Find more information on the official website!
Benedikt Moser is the new Managing Director of Center Smart Services. In an interview he explains the advantages of his center.
The E4TC interviewed four of its member companies at the last semiannual meeting. The focus is on cooperation in the Center and on the…
Today in a formal ceremony in the presence of NRW Minister of Transport Hendrik Wüst the expansion from the Aachen-Merzbrück airfield to the research…
e.SAT, RWTH Aachen University, RWTH Aachen Campus and FH Aachen presented a model of their Silent Air Taxi to the public for the first time. More than 50 experts from science and industry are driving the development of the Silent Air Taxi at the Aachen location. Get to know the Silent Air Taxi in the video below.
In the Production Engineering Cluster, he and Minister President Armin Laschet visited the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen and the electric car developer e.GO Mobile AG.
Read more about the visit in the official press release.
In the joint project “Digital Twin Mechatronic”, an innovative software solution for interdisciplinary collaboration on all aspects of mechatronic products was developed at E4TC together with the member companies EPLAN and PTC.