Mechatronics Platform awards nationwide award - MCI wins two out of three categories – MCI’s Mechatronics Department impresses with its outstanding synthesis of theory and application
Once again, the MCI has reason to celebrate: at the recent annual conference of the Mechatronics Platform, three graduates of MCI Mechatronics Degree Programs were honored for their outstanding final theses. Karl Kuprian won the category "Best Bachelor Thesis", Alejandro Secades won the category "Best Master Thesis". An outstanding third place went to Florian Hollaus in the category "Best Master Thesis".
The MCI winners are among the best in their class and had to undergo a demanding selection process. The award-winning works are distinguished in particular by their exceptional degree of innovation and their high practical relevance.
Andreas Mehrle, Head of the Mechatronics Department at the MCI, is delighted with his graduates: "I congratulate Karl Kuprian, Alejandro Secades and Florian Hollaus on their awards, which not only document their achievements on a personal level, but ultimately also stand for the quality of mechatronics studies at the MCI."
The mechatronics platform was founded in 2005 and networks mechatronics courses in Austria. In addition to the promotion of scientific cooperation and the networking of students, lecturers and graduates, the platform continuously works on the further development of the courses of study. The aim is to contribute to securing Austria as a production location through innovative mechatronic products. Within the framework of the annual awards in the categories "Best Bachelor Thesis", "Best Master Thesis" and "Best Graduate Career", particularly outstanding young mechatronics engineers are specifically fostered.
This year's Mechatronics Platform Conference was hosted by the University of Applied Sciences Campus 02 and took place on November 22nd in the Graz Chamber of Commerce.