Research at Reutlingen University
Research at Reutlingen University is conducted under the umbrella of the Reutlingen Research Institute (RRI) - application-oriented, practical and closely interlinked with teaching, including on megatrends such as artificial intelligence, digitalisation and climate protection.
Our research topics
Machine tools, manufacturing systems and control technology
Conference on the Future of Learning Factories
ESB Business School hosts the annual meeting of the International Association of Learning Factories (IALF)Read more
Forschung an ungenutzten Potentialen
Reutlinger Informatik erforscht im EU-Projekt HEIDI neue Möglichkeiten der Kommunikation zwischen Autofahrern und FußgängernRead more
Perspectives for Africa
ESB Business School receives new funding for economic research in AfricaRead more
Last stop Nairobi
The clothing industry needs to become more sustainable. But in order to achieve this, we consumers need to change our behaviour. Science can also make a contribution. Reutlingen University is involved in a number of ambitious recycling projects.
20 kilometres with a pork schnitzel
Professor Dieter Hertweck from the Hermann Hollerith Zentrum is developing concepts to make our supply of raw materials, energy and food more resilient and sustainable. One outcome is a model for evaluating value chains, in organic farming, for example.
One hundred percent passion for zero energy
Philipp Tiefenbach is a baker and passionate hobbyist. Thanks to his energy-saving ideas, he is a shining example for his industry and many other artisan businesses, says Werner König from Reutlingen University. He is supporting the Tiefenbach bakery in a research project.