Energy-Efficient Product and Process Innovations in Production Engineering Project Structure
Project Structure | Cluster of Excellence eniPROD | TU Chemnitz
The "eniPROD" cluster of excellence aims to make a nationally and internationally visible contribution to the implementation of the vision of almost completely emissions-free production. In order to achieve this goal, the existing fields of research excellence in the scientific location of Chemnitz are to be pooled. This will allow the individual competencies and potential of these fields to be utilised and combined in a targeted manner. At the same time, the focus will be on the research programme in energy-efficient production.
is to provide support, with regard to both methodology and the use of information technology, for the development of assets and consumer goods with a minimised energy requirement over their life-cycle.
, the aim is to develop new active principles, construction methods and technologies for the reduction of the primary energy requirement and for increasing energy efficiency in production and to implement these in a press-hardened demonstrator component.
, energy-sensitive planning and control systems in factory operation and new active principles and construction methods for energy-efficient technical logistics are being researched, alongside energy efficiency-oriented factory planning.
CIRP Research Group
An interdisciplinary research group made up of junior scientists with outstanding qualifications is set to make a significant contribution to the international visibility and recognition of the eniPROD cluster of excellence.
Poulomi Mukherjee Reddy, a native of New Delhi, holds a Master’s Degree in Information and Communication Systems from TU Chemnitz. After graduating in 2016 she returned to India to build her own start-up in Mumbai …