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Engeneering

Why do we need engineering at ALTEN MU for? Aren't engineers the ones who develop the prototypes of the future? Aren't they the ones who try to turn crazy ideas (or utopias) into reality? Engineering sciences are above all one thing: inter- and transdisciplinary!

Let's assume you're sitting in the C20 and there's the idea of putting a completely new building on stands over the ATLE MU. What should the construction look like? Or what would it be like if we thought of the new ALTEN MU completely made of wood, with an integral energy system and zero-waste concept? Too utopian? Try it! And work together with the Planungsbüro für Urbane Transformation and / or the Architektur Atelier Gradweise on the future of ALTEN MU.

In the area of transformation to sustainability, there are many docking points for engineering sciences that are relevant both for ALTE MU and for society as a whole. In particular, the resource- and climate-friendly development of the property is associated with many challenges of technical and technological feasibility. C20 makes it possible for you to conduct application-oriented research and, in addition, creates added value for society. Whether solar thermal energy, combined heat and power plants, water circulation systems, energy networks in the neighbourhood, smart metering or much more - explore your idea and experiment with the ALTEN MU. C20 offers you the infrastructure!

Relevant specialist areas and topics: Environmental and civil engineering sciences, materials sciences, materials and process engineering, mechanical engineering, energy technology, mechatronics, maker space and FabLab, smart grid or smart meter, timber construction, (recyclable) recycling systems.