Research centers at Darmstadt h_da
The currently four research centers at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences have clear thematic research profiles and are interdisciplinary in nature. Accordingly, their members each come from different departments. In this way, the complex interrelationships of applied research are taken into account organizationally. The research centers thus contribute to the formation of the university's profile and, at the same time, are to be understood as learning units in which interdisciplinary cooperation is given space in everyday university life.
As part of its target agreement, the state of Hesse together with Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences provided funds from the innovation and structural development budget. Thanks to this funding, the foundation was laid for research strategy development and its lasting and successful realization. The research and PhD structures at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences have been successfully established and have since been effectively built up and expanded.
Computer science is omnipresent: in the private sphere as well as in the professional environment and public life. The Forschungszentrum Angewandte Informatik (fz ai) bundles research activities from five departments.
Current research results are applied to socially relevant issues, e.g. in the areas of healthcare, media, telecommunications, industry, trade, tourism and culture. …
The Forschungszentrum Digitale Kommunikation und Medien-Innovation (fz dkmi) sees itself as a think tank, experimental laboratory and research platform on the future of media and communication.
To this end, the center combines perspectives from art, society and technologies and uses innovative research and development methods …
Resource Efficiency and Process Optimization - The Forschungszentrums Material- und Prozesstechnik (fz mpt) aims to realize efficiency improvements in processes as well as to develop novel processes.
By understanding the dependence of product properties on the manufacturing process and the resulting possible prediction of properties by simulation methods, the potential of materials and raw materials ...
The Forschungszentrum Nachhaltige Prozesse und Verfahren (fz npv) at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences is dedicated to the development and design as well as the production and use of products that contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015.
From a technical perspective, resources, processes and material flows used are …