Electronical and Mechanical Workshop; Pilot Plant Hall

Setting up and modifying experimental equipment is the main job of the employees working in the mechanical and electronical workshops. Often, individual parts have to be designed and made to meet the specific demands of complex experimental setups. This can only be done in close cooperation with the scientists. Furthermore, they work together with the technicians and engineers responsible for the pilot plant hall (Technikum), whose responsibility lies in the setup and operation of pilot plants. Here, so-called miniplants are employed that are also successfully used in industrial research. The use of a standardized process control system facilitates the flexible and safe operation of experiments.

Electronical Workshop

Name
Phone
Fax
Room
Dipl.-Ing. Reiner Könning
  • +49 391 6110 183
  • +49 391 6110 511
T1.05
Martin Stengel
  • +49 391 6110 181
  • +49 391 6110 605
T 1.05
Dipl.-Ing. Klaus-Dieter Stoll
  • +49 391 6110 182
  • +49 391 6110 512
T 1.05

Mechanical Workshop

Name
Phone
Fax
Room
Detlef Franz
  • +49 391 6110 194
  • +493916110519
Steve Haltenhof
  • +49 391 6110 193
Stefan Hildebrandt
  • +49 391 6110 193

Pilot Plant Hall

Name
Phone
Fax
Room
Dr. Dana Hermsdorf
  • +49 391 6110 187
  • +49 391 6110 516
T1.11
Jan Schäfer
  • +49 391 6110 185
  • +49 391 6110 602
T 1.14
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