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Graduates receive a targeted education in order to work as project managers or project leader in the field of Product Development of mechatronic systems. Typical tasks are in the following fields:

  • project planning, risk management and resource planning for the development of mechatronic systems
  • coordination of development projects culminating in series production readiness
  • monitoring of development progress with the focus on quality, resources and time (R&D Controlling)
  • coordination of international developer teams
  • communication and coordination with customers and suppliers
  • support of Quality Management in respect of feasibility and risk analysis
  • securing projecct documentation

As a Development Engineer for Mechatronic Systems with the focus on the design and validation of mechatronic systems the typical tasks and activities are as follows:

  • Requirements Management with the aim of a common understanding between the contractor and contractee about the mechatronic system to be developed.
  • System design: establishment of the essential physical and logical effects of the future product in the form of a domain-spanning solution concept.
  • System integration: integration of the results of the individual domains to a complete system
  • planning and coordination of prototype production and execution of design and product validation
  • Safeguarding of characteristics: matching of the desired system characteristics tot he system specifications
  • Support of the industrialisation process in production facilities

As a Quality Manager in a company in the motor vehicle industry graduates of this program undertake the following tasks:

  • Quality Planning/Quality Control within a QM team using QM methods and QM systems
  • Recogition in-time of risk and mistake potential in running development projects
  • Securing and executing quality requirements
  • Further development of the Quality Management System following ISO TS 16949
  • Responsibility for the keeping to clearly defined rules in the problem management process
  • support of certifications and quality tests
  • co-work on supplier evaluations and audits

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