The strength of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology lies in applied research and development. The strategic goal is to bundle knowledge and create the basis for improving and intensifying cooperation between the faculties, the Technology Campuses and the institutes. The DIT has four main research areas, explained in more detail below.
Information and communication technologies (ICT) are important drivers of innovative value chains and products in many areas of life and the economy. The development and integration of digital technologies in industrial user sectors is crucial for competitiveness.
Big Data / Data Analytics
Industrial & IT Security
Communication and Software
Nano Technology and New Materials
Sustainable economic activity is the prerequisite for a lasting supply of people and the basis for further economic success. How we produce, what we produce and how we consume should become more resource-saving, environmentally friendly, socially acceptable and thus more sustainable.
Renewable energies and resource efficiency
Nanotechnology & New Materials
New mobility concepts are designed to transport people and goods as quickly, safely and comfortably as possible, as well as efficiently, with low emissions and in a resource-friendly manner. This also requires an intelligent transport policy that optimally links individual modes of transport.
Geoinformatics and Geoinformation Systems
Mode of transport management
New forms of work organisation, greater service orientation, changing qualification profiles and job descriptions, more interactive value-added processes and increasing digitisation - all these are driving forces behind the profound changes that the modern world of work is undergoing. Health includes the desire to be active and efficient for as many years as possible. As a result, questions of prevention and nutrition are increasingly becoming the focus of attention - for the well-being of people as well as for economic performance.
Vice President, Health Sciences | Head of the European Campus Rottal-Inn
Digital living worlds / eVillage
Nursing and health sciences