On 23.11.2020, the Mechatronics Platform 2020 took place successfully for the first time online via live stream. Participants from all federal states were represented.
Udo Traussnigg, FH Prof. DI Dr. techn., University of Applied Sciences Campus 02 Graz, introduced the mechatronics platform. The Austria-wide cooperation of the FH degree programs in mechatronics has set itself the goal of promoting cooperation and exchange between students and teachers, securing Austria as a location for mechatronics as well as promoting scientific cooperation and increasing the proportion of women in mechatronic professions.
The winners of the best bachelor's and master's theses were then awarded their prizes. Once again, there was reason to celebrate at the MCI: in the course of the event, three graduates of the MCI Mechatronics program were honored for their outstanding theses.
Simon Deiser won the "Best Bachelor's Thesis" category with his work on "Low cost splint with haptic feedback as a training and assessment device to improve deflection of upper-limb".
In the same category, Stefan Moser, who worked on "Low cost splint with haptic feedback as a training and assessment device to improve deflection of upper-limb", won second place.
Daniel Abram, BSC took third place in the "Best Master's Thesis" category with his work on "Dynamisches Auswuchten von Turbinen-Strahltriebwerken kleiner Bauform“.
Copyright: Simon Deiser
Simon Deiser won the first place in the category: " Best Bachelor Thesis"
Simon Deiser at the presentation of his bachelor thesis
Copyright: Stefan Moser
Stefan Moser won the second place in the category: " Best Bachelor Thesis"
Copyright: Daniel Abram
Daniel Abram won the third place in the category: " Best Master Thesis".