Within the framework of Open Campus Day (HIT), the ten faculties of FH Aachen will be presenting themselves to the public on Saturday, 1 February 2020, for the 14th time. 71 exhibits will be showcased in the two buildings at Eupener Straße 70. Six exhibits are placed in the outdoor area: the FabBus of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics in front of Building 1, the Autonomous Shuttle Vehicle of the FH Group "Autonomous Driving" on the driving track at the back of Building 1, the Wooden Mandala of the Faculty of Civil Engineering in front of Building 2, and the large size model of the Glider DG 500 of the FAG Aachen e.V. as well as Aero.Race Lab and Aixtreme Racing of the FH Aachen Formula Student Teams, which are part of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, in the parking area at Eupener Straße 70. | More on HIT 2020
Needs-based, strong in research, versatile and forward-looking: FH Aachen looks back on an eventful year 2019. FH students won first place in England with their self-built locomotive, a solar car raced across Australia, employees developed a field robot for weed removal, and new storage possibilities for renewable energy were developed. These and many other projects of the past year were presented by Professor Dr. Marcus Baumann, Rector of FH Aachen, at the New Year Reception. l More on the New Year Reception
With the topping-out ceremony for the FH project "thermal storage TESS 2.0" at the Solar-Institute Jülich, the start signal for the Brainergy Park in Jülich has now been given. At the Brainergy Park, key questions of "New Energy" and "Energy Turnaround" will be addressed.
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