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Chair of Assembly Technology and Factory Management
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The Department Assembly Technology and Factory Management orientates its research and development according to industrial and technological tasks. In doing so, it is pre-eminent to exploit potentials for economization resulting from the manifold interactions between products, operating material and organization of facilities and their peripherals, as well as the consistent implementation of innovative technology and organization forms. The main focus lies on computeraided assembly planning and control, prototypic realization and experimental testing of assembly processes and systems, application of sensors for assembly processes as well as allocation of work and facility management.
Production Technology Centre (PTZ)
Together with the Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management IWF of the Technical University Berlin you will find us located at the Production Technology Centre in the heart of the old Berlin industrial area at the Charlottenburg embankment of the river Spree.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Günther Seliger
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Prof. Dr.-Ing Günther Seliger is chairman of Assemby Technology and Factory Management at the Technical University Berlin. After holding different positions at the Institute for Machine Tools and Manufacturing Technology, he became professor for the chair in 1988. He was for more than ten years director of the research area Disassembly Factories of German National Science Foundation.
M. Sc. Eng. Jens Palacios Neffke
Mr. Palacios Neffke is research engineer at the chair of assembly technology and factory management (MF) part of the Technical University Berlin (TUB). He is currently scientific coordinator of MF’s international master program Global Production Engineering – Solar (GPE Solar). He coordinates as well international collaborations with several universities, especially in the fields ”Renewable energies” and “End of Life strategies”.