Experiments



Berlin

Braunschweig

Bremen

  • Infrared
    Seeing the invisible
  • Radar
    Measuring the Earth
  • Attitude regulation
    High-Tech for satellites
  • Propulsion technology
    The most powerful machines on earth
  • Landing navigation
    Train it yourself!
  • Robotics
    "Smart" rovers
  • Vacuum
    There is no air in the universe!
  • Weather in space
    Important also for earth!
  • Weightlessness
    Astounding effects
  • Sensor systems and analyzing samples

Göttingen

Köln

Lampoldshausen/Stuttgart

  • Flying into space
    Traveling into a mysterious vacuum
  • Materials research
    Lightweight, stable and extremely tough
  • Rocket engines
    The most powerful machines on earth
  • Combustion technology
    Looking into the heart of a flame
  • Measurement technology
    Seeing the invisible
  • Alternative propulsion concepts
    For energy in a healthy environment
  • Jet flow
    With maximum thrust into space
  • Wastewater purification
    With the luminous power of oxygen
  • Conservation of momentum
    From Isaac Newton to multistage engines

Neustrelitz

Oberpfaffenhofen

RWTH Aachen

TU Dortmund

  • Energy and future vehicles
    Fuel cells
    AutoLab
    Materials
  • Robotics and virtual worlds
    Service robotics
    Haptic interaction
    Stereoscopic 3D representation
  • Structure of materials
    Microcapsules
    Flame spectroscopy
    Waves and interference
  • Space
    Microgravity
    Chaos in the solar system

TU Dresden

TU Hamburg-Harburg


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