3D Print. Additive Design. Your Rocket to Space.

General description

Come visit Graz - Europe’s hidden gem! Graz is a university town offering lots of different things to suit any taste: Nightlife and culture, award-winning restaurants and student bars, a vibrant city centre and lots of green spaces, history and modern life.

Graz amazingly combines tradition with the joie de vivre of young students. Austria’s second largest provincial capital offers all you would expect from a large city. At the same time, though, you can find your way round easily and take in the relaxed atmosphere.

The dream of humankind to fly becomes a reality in aerospace technology. It requires perfect cooperation between the most diverse fields of technology in order to master complex challenges. Research in this field always uses the most innovative ideas from the fields of production technology, materials technology, robotics, electronics and sensor technology. The constant development and research in this field influences many other branches of industry and contributes significantly to product development that sustainably improves our lives.

Academic information

Fields of activity:
Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering , Computer Engineering , Computer Science/Automatic Control/Informatics , Control Engineering/Systems engineering , Electrical/Electromechanical Engineering , Electronic/Electrotechnical Engineering , Materials Engineering , Mechanical Engineering , Production Engineering/Management
Content and topics:
Lectures, Presentations, Talks, Company visits, and practical sessions in the AddLab and Smartfactory of the TU Graz
Learning goals and objectives:
Gives students an insight into the complex world of aerospace engineering and is designed to help provide an overview of the engineering disciplines required in the field.
Examination type:
Written Test or Oral Exam
ECTS credits issued:

Information for applicants

Selection criteria:
The main criteria for the selection are the motivation letter and the answers to the questions, where we focus on the interest in the topic. Furthermore, we want to ensure cultural diversity and gender balance among the participants.

Practical arrangements

All of the following are covered by the event fee:

Participants will be hosted in a hostel, guesthouse or student dormitory.
Three meals a day (at least one hot meal). Breakfast is provided by the hostel, other meals are prepared by the Local BEST Group and co organisers.
Public Transport (for free) and walking.