In addition to extraordinary education, interdisciplinary research activities constitute an important branch at CDTM. They are concentrated around the TIME-sector (Telecommunication, Information Technology, Media & Entertainment), while setting a focus on applied output and prototype development. CDTM is involed in government and private funded research projects.
Research activities at the CDTM are characterized by
- entrepreneurial shaping
- a problem solving approach:
The goal is to transfer knowledge as a problemsolving measure for the client, and to promote our students.
- the integration of different perspectives:
The CDTM not only focuses on economic and technical aspects, but also considers the social, political, and ecological implications of the respective technology.
- comprehensible steps:
Research output is realizable and comprehensable for every project partner.
- involvement of students:
While the key research is done by the scientific assistants of the CDTM, student teams are integrated in its formal operation.