Research at Wismar University of Applied Sciences
Wismar University of Applied Sciences is a high-performance research institution with a long-standing tradition. It is internationally oriented and rooted in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The interdisciplinary networking of the three Faculties of Engineering, Economics and Design represents a special trademark and is documented in four cross-faculty research foci.
The research database provides an overview of the research projects at Wismar University of Applied Sciences. The projects can be filtered according to different categories such as affiliation to research priorities, the funding body or institutional affiliation.
The University of Applied Sciences Wismar actively participates in state, federal and EU programs for the promotion of research and transfer and thus receives an average of eight million Euro in third-party funding annually. University members receive a wide range of support and advice for preparation, application and implementation. The university supports scientific preliminary work for new research ideas with its own funds.
Scientists bundle their activities in six research institutes, eight affiliated institutes and three research groups. For application-oriented research and innovation projects, Wismar University of Applied Sciences operates its own transfer company, the Forschungs-GmbH.
In cooperation with the Schwerin Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the Schwerin Chamber of Crafts a technology and innovation consultant is available as a contact for companies. He accompanies research and development cooperations between university members and companies, supports the coordination of joint activities for knowledge exchange and the effective utilisation of research results.
Wismar University of Applied Sciences supports cooperative doctoral studies in many ways. For example, doctoral scholarships are awarded on a regular basis.
Vice-Rector for Research
- Daniela SchwerdtProf. Dr.-Ing.ProfessorFakultät für IngenieurwissenschaftenMaschinenbau/Verfahrens- und UmwelttechnikStudiengangsverantwortliche Maschinenbau/Verfahrens- und Umwelttechnik, MasterBuilding 20 · Room 111
Technology and Innovation Consultant
- Paul WölkDipl.-Betriebsw.Project EmployeeRektoratTechnologie- und InnovationsberaterBuilding 18 · Room 214
Consultant to the Vice-Rector for Research
- Jan OestreichMaster of ArtsEmployeeRektoratConsultant to the Vice-Rector for ResearchBuilding 18 · Room 214