Current research projects in the faculties
Faculty of Technology and Bionics
The Faculty of Technology and Bionics in Kleve is home to a student body consisting of 90% international students and conducts a wide range of research across various engineering fields to projects in the field of science communication. Using the latest fabrication and processing technologies and machinery, the faculty offers training and research closely aligned with industry practice, whether in the fabrication lab, technology hall or robotics laboratory, just to name a few.
Overview of current research in the Faculty of Technology and Bionics: Overview
Faculty of Life Sciences
The Faculty of Life Sciences in Kleve boasts cutting-edge laboratory technology. Students and researchers in agricultural and life science fields can make use of a wide range of specialist laboratories of the faculty, including an environmental technology lab. The faculty’s tropical greenhouse houses study and showcase gardens in climate-controlled chambers that are used for both hands-on teaching and research. Students and the public alike can also see and experience biodiversity in the faculty’s outdoor gardens and beekeeping areas.
Overview of current research in the Faculty of Life Sciences: Overview
Faculty of Society and Economics
With over 2,000 students in Kleve, the Faculty of Society and Economics is dedicated to the current and future challenges facing societies and economies around the world. Its applied, practice-oriented research seeks real-world solutions to real-world problems. The faculty’s laboratory landscape XpeRTiSE (Experimental Research and Training in Social and Economic Sciences) enables a wide range of experiments and investigative methods in a diverse range of fields. This includes experiments in behavioural science, economic and social enquiries, as well as the recording and analysis of existing information systems via eye tracking technology.
Overview of current research in the Faculty of Society and Economics: Overview
Faculty of Communication and Environment
The Faculty of Communication and Environment boasts over 2,000 students and is located in Kamp-Lintfort. Its interdisciplinary degree programmes range from computer science and design, to energy and environmental technology, logistics, and organisational psychology. Fuelled by the innovative potential of two FabLabs, the faculty’s laboratory landscape meets every need of our students and researchers: augmented reality, motion capture systems, and modelling and simulation technologies are just a few of the many R&D possibilities offered by the faculty's range of more than 20 laboratories and workshops.
Overview of current research in the Faculty of Communication and Environment: Overview