Tanja Steinbach M.Sc.


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Tanja Steinbach studied Mechanical and Process Engineering at the Technical University of Darmstadt until November 2019. In her master thesis, she developed a multi-domain co-simulation for connecting a trajectory control system to a production robot. Since December 2019, Ms. Steinbach has been working as a research assistant at the DiK.

Starting in the summer semester 2020, Ms. Steinbach will supervise the lecture “Networked Product Development Processes (VPEP)” in the Master's program.

The lecture is intended to teach students that processes in mechanical engineering are omnipresent and play a decisive role in success, especially in product development. In the course of the lecture, characteristic processes will be identified based on process theory and a reference model of product development, and specific methods for fulfilling the process objectives will be presented. Students should understand the processes in product development, master the most important working methods and develop skills to recognize the development progress in processes as well as to control the process flow. Process modelling, analysis, simulation and optimisation are important skills that need to be mastered.

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Steinbach, Tanja ; Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner
Mincolelli, Giuseppe ; Giacobone, Gian Andrea ; Imbesi, Silvia ; Marchi, Michele (eds.) (2020):
Integration of Multi-Domain-Simulation into the Design of Cyber-Physical Systems.
In: Advances in Industrial Design, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 1202, In: Proceedings of the AHFE 2020 Virtual Conferences on Design for Inclusion, Affective and Pleasurable Design, Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design, Kansei Engineering, and Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering, pp. 451-456,
Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-51194-4_59,
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