There was a lot to discover at the Study Information Day

Study Information Day 2022; Photo: THI

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Schmidt in the robotics lab; Photo: THI

Prof. Ondrej Vaculin, Ph.D. at the CARISSMA Research and Test Centre; Photo: THI

After two years of digital information events, potential students of the TH Ingolstadt were able to get an on-site impression of the campus and find out about the courses on offer at the weekend.

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and its degree programmes were presented in lectures by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Mecking and Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hunsinger. At the information stand in the auditorium, individual questions were answered and details were given about the degree programme structure and career prospects. Student ambassadors conducted campus tours, which were very well received. In small groups, interested parties received insights into student life and got to know the campus directly from the students in tours lasting almost an hour each. Laboratory tours were also very popular. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Schmidt explained in the robotics lab which projects students work on with industrial robots or mobile robots. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Passig showed the microcomputer technology laboratory and how, in the interdisciplinary practical course of the Bio-Electrical Engineering degree programme, knowledge of theoretical courses on electronics, programming, health technology, anatomy and physiology is linked and applied across disciplines to design and prototype simple microcontroller-based medical technology devices (e.g. pulse oximeters). At the CARISSMA research and test centre, Prof. Vaculin, Ph.D. explained research activities of the university in the field of automated and safe driving.