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REACH Behavior Change Techniques Workshop successfully held in Munich
br2 Education of former MSc Advanced Construction Building Technology and Research Lab for Ambient Integrated Robotics as Model: New OIT Robotics+design Faculty established
How Robots are making Life and Work easier
Dr.Ing. T.Linner Chairs a Subcommittee of ISO TC 314 at 2nd Penary Meeting
Dr.-Ing T. Linner cocreates ISO TC 314
In May 2019, the 11th newsletter of the ZERO-PLUS project has been released
br2 presents research at Forum Bois in Epinal, France:" La robotisation pour la préfabrication et la mise en oeuvre en rénovation
Chair as Speaker on Latest Construction Robotics Applications in Kuala Lumpur
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

 

Present State and Future Trends


Sustainability

Based on the imparted basic knowledge as a platform, the Master Course offers the possibility for the continuous adaption and further development. Projects and elective subjects are investigations on this platform, which adapt to the changing needs of social, economic and technological requirements. They guarantee a permanent actuality of the Master Course. The preproject and project tasks can, for instance, be exchanged so that they refer to the basic knowledge on the one hand and react to current issues on the other. Also, the elective subjects in the list can be easily exchanged.

Step-by-Step Internationalizatiion

Beyond that, the list of elective subjects qualifies for an integration of E-Learning offers and E-Learning cooperations with prestigious international universities. In order to make the internationally existent knowledge concerning industrialization, automation and building robotics available for the Master Course of the TUM, arrangements with numerous universities are currently being worked on in order to achieve a gradual construction of a mutual E-Learning pool.

IAARC: International Certificate for Automation and Robotics in Construction

The Board of Directors of IAARC (International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction) initiated the establishment of the „IAARC Academy“, which offers an international Masters degree. The module structure will be similar to the structure of the here introduced Master Course. Thereby it should be possible for students of the M. Sc. Advanced Construction and Building Technology to study at a partner university for one semester, which also offers such a certificate, while international students participate in a semester of the M. Sc. Advanced Construction and Building Technology in return.
Until the complete realization of the international Master Course planned by the IAARC the certified advanced training offer „International Certificate for Automation and Robotics in Construction“ shall be realized, which will also be compatible to the Master Course Advanced Construction and Building Technology.