"TGR-E offered me a lot of freedom to conduct my research. The emphasis is to find a balance between the ability to work individually but communicate in a strong fashion, and TGR-E has established the environment to accomplish this with confidence," Diogo - designed the requirements for electric and electronic architecture.
"When my simulation first represented the physical crash test accurately and my calculations played a significant role in solving an issue," Philip - simulated crash testing.
"After I had presented my suggestions for possible improvements to the responsible managers and we had implemented them, it was good to see that the new processes work well and less error-prone then the old ones," Robert - optimized raw material handling for Supply Chain Management.
"While I presented the results of my thesis in presence of the participating employees and several managers. I became aware of the questions and the discussion that followed and it seems as there was a high interest and enthusiasm in the topics I worked on," Till - implemented a Manufacturing Execution System for CNC Production.
"My best experience was the varied, multicultural, productive and enjoyable teamwork with many colleagues," Leonie - created a process manual for Human Resources.
"The day all items have been assembled and the first test run started!" Adam - worked in Aerodynamics.
"My best experience was the development of a particular part using these technologies. It was a big challenge to take in account all production parameters as well as the packaging and strength," Enrique - designed and developed parts and materials for Additive Manufacturing.
"The interpretation of results which have possible consequence improvement of engine performance or overall understanding was always motivating," Remy - developed a valvetrain dynamic model for Engine Calculation.