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In May 2019, the 11th newsletter of the ZERO-PLUS project has been released
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br2 Beitrag bei Leipziger Fachtagung Betonbauteile: "Automatisierte Fertigung und robotorisierte Montage, Instandhaltung, Um- und Rückbau von Fassaden"
Chair Shows newest Construction Robots and Automated Sites at 29 th GISOTON Seminar
Chair kick off Keynote of new Gerontech Master course at Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan
Dr Linner presents advanced service robotics for built environment at ecole centrale france
The chair is developing a Multifunctional Façade and Exterior Finishing Robot for The Construction Industry Council in Hong Kong
Digitalisierung und Robotik in der Bauwirtschaft - Trends und Chancen
BaltSe@nioR Virtual Library Is On Air
Visiting Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. A. Bulgakow assigned TUM ambassador by president Herrmann on 2nd Dec. in Culture Denter Gasteig, Munich
br2 Keynote and plenary session at GIES Gerontech International Exhibition cum Summit
Sino German Industrial Design Innovation Research School
Upcoming REACH workshop on data analytics and machine learning for early engagement in physical activity
REACH disseminated as part of a keynote speech of the PI (Prof. T. Bock) at Gerontech and Innovation Summit 2018, Hong Kong

 

Positioning for Future Job Market Opportunities


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This Master Course is in tune with actual professional requirements. It responds to a major shift of the professional mainstream away from the traditional core competences of design and build. Civil engineers, economists, lawyers, and others increasingly take over former architect’s work load. New technologies create a paradigm change towards establishing new job profiles thus creating new employment opportunities.

Conventional competences transform into border competences such as life support systems, mechatronics, ICT and microsystem technology, embedded ambience (environments), sustainable energy design and engineering, real time controlling, innovation management, facility transformation management, etc. To achieve this, the course expands into disciplines such as economy, management, mechanical and electrical engineering, computer science, sociology, and medicine by synchronizing these fields with innovative ambient and construction technology. Future graduates from this course will be trained for cross disciplinary thinking and acting and therefore will be very flexible to adjust to changing professional environments.

Graduates of the Master in Advanced Construction and Building Technology may choose from a wide range of promising professional activities, such as:

• Research and development in larger companies:

  1. Design, development, and optimization of building systems and components
  2. Innovative materials, advanced logistics, supply chain management, IT and robotics
  3. HVAC systems, industrialized production
  4. Daily life support systems, intelligent buildings, smart homes

• Facility and building management:

  1. Aging society, home care, life support systems
  2. Ambient assisted living, embedded systems, ubiquitous computing
  3. Microsystems technology, microelectronics, mechatronics

• Marketing research and oriented universal design

• Housing industry:

  1. Development, consulting
  2. Mass customization, automated production of building systems, construction machinery equipment
  3. Project management and engineering

• Government agencies

• Decentralized energy harvesting

• Sustainable concepts for extreme environments like dessert, tundra, artica, ocean

• Investment firms, space construction, space habitat

• Academic careers

Any larger corporation which is technology and innovation driven can survive as a global player, designing, engineering, producing, and servicing its core business 24/7 around the globe. Here our global course network and our 10 years of international experience in Europe, Asia, and America permeates into course work, well equipping our graduates for a promissing global and intercultural career.