The Department of Industrial Management is a recognised partner for applied research and training in the field of industrial engineering and management.
As a recognised partner for applied research and training in the field of industrial engineering and management, our teaching and research is geared to current developments and challenges in industry. In research, we initiate and actively engage in future- and practice-orientated research projects. We train our students in a scientifically well-founded and practical way. The department maintains a regular dialogue with regional industry, experts, other research and educational institutions and students.
With a total of 6 employees and more than 30 external lecturers who work in this field, we are able to offer our teaching and research skills in almost all areas of industrial engineering and management.
We offer our many years of teaching expertise in various study programmes and professional development courses. This includes the content-related and didactic design of courses and the professional and methodical supervision of Bachelor papers and Master’s theses in the department’s areas of competence.
The Industrial Management department is currently teaching courses in the following study programmes and professional development courses:
- Business Engineering
- Mechatronics and Microsystems Engineering
- Business Consultancy
- Biotechnical Processes
- Basic & Mid-Level Nursing Management
A motivated team with many years of research experience in the field of industrial engineering and management carries out practical research projects with regional industrial companies.
- Design and operation of industrial production systems
- Logistical process optimisation in industrial production
- Digitisation and artificial intelligence in industrial production
- Sustainability in industrial production
- Digitalisation, New business models in industry, product / service systems
- Smart Factory Lab: The smart factory is a physical simulation environment for a discrete manufacturing factory. It is based on several workplace modules that simulate the automated handling, storing and processing of parts.
Current research projects
- Intelligent fleet management for the vehicle fleet of the city of Wiener Neustadt’s waste management department
- Project content: Development of an app and algorithms for route optimisation
- Project partners: Tachoeasy GmbH and WNSKS GmbH
- Integrated production and energy management for industrial companies that generate their own energy from renewable sources
- Project content: Development of a simulation model for the evaluation and optimisation of various production strategies