The Düsseldorf University combines application-oriented and interdisciplinary teaching and research in the areas of architecture, design, electrical engineering and information technology, mechanical engineering and process engineering, media technology, social and cultural sciences and economics.
The Uiversity of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf (HSD) offers practical teaching and research with close contacts to business, industry and society, modern laboratory equipment as well as a friendly and intercultural environment. With about 10,000 students, about 200 professors and about 220 scientific employees, the Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in North Rhine-Westphalia. Innovation, internationality and interdisciplinarity set the focus of university development, which in particular focuses on digitization.
In the seven departments
• Electrical and Computer Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering and Process Engineering
• Media Technology
• Social and Cultural Studies
Extensive and differentiated research competences exist and these profiles are characterized by application-oriented and interdisciplinary topics. In this context, several working groups in the various departments are interested in topics related to surface technology. For example, the specialist areas of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker K. S. Feige and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hartmut Haehnel in the areas of surface metrology, sensor technology and circuit technology, production measurement and testing technology, measurement data acquisition and processing, automation technology and robotics.