Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm
The roots of the Nuremberg Institute of Technology (or Nuremberg Tech) reach back to the year 1823 when the “Städtische Polytechnikum” was founded. The university owes its name to the world-famous physicist Georg Simon Ohm, who taught at the “Polytechnikum”.
Today, with 13,000 students, the research-active university is an important economic factor for the Nuremberg metropolitan region. In addition to technical and scientific research areas, the economic and social sciences are also investigated. Nuremberg Tech creates international knowledge and technology transfer through cooperation projects. An important philosophy that unites us in the GERRI research network.
⇒ Represented by the Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering (MVT)
Activities of the Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering cover a wide range of methods for materials processing and particle characterization. As part of a research group together with Fraunhofer ICT, a special focus is on particle technologies and raw materials innovations & efficiency.