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Practical Training Technical Dynamics

APMB and SF experiments, winter term and summer term

General Information

The practical training Technical Dynamics consists of eight single experiments and counts as credits without grade (unmarked credit points). For students who study Technical Dynamics as a major subject, 6 of the 8 experiments to be done are already covered. The missing 2 experiments can be chosen out of the pool of the ITM experiments or the general offer of other institutes, see the APMB catalog. Experiments will take place during the winter and the summer semester.


Remarks on the practical training in the summer term 2023 

The dates for the practical training for the current semester are listed below. For the registration please send an e-mail in the time starting from
10th May and not later than 21st May
 24th May and not later than 5th April
to Eva Hartlieb containing the following information
    -name of the practical training and its date
    -course of study
    -APMB or SF

You will receive further information after your registration. For urgent questions please turn to Eva Hartlieb.

Meeting point

Meeting point for all experimental practical trainings will be in front of the ITM laboratory, Pfaffenwaldring 9, 3rd floor. In the corridor, there are some posters providing an insight into the offered practical trainings.

Experiments in the summer semester 2023

Seven experimental practical training and three simulation training will be offered. The experimental practical training is held in one afternoon and is offered on different days.

The following Practical Trainings are expected to take place in the summer semester 2023 on the following dates always between 2 and 4:30 p.m.:

Experiments in the winter semester 2023/2024

Eight experimental practical training and one simulation training will be offered.

The following Practical Training will take place in the winter semester 2022/2023 on the following dates always between 2 and 4:30 p.m.:


This image shows Peter Eberhard

Peter Eberhard

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Prof. E.h.
This image shows Michael Hanss

Michael Hanss

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing.
This image shows Jörg Fehr

Jörg Fehr

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing.
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