Members

The M.A.M.U.T. team currently varies between 10 and 15 members.

For a better organization, areas of responsibility have been defined, which have been taken over by the following group members:

 

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Benjamin Jähnert (Projektmanager)

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Kathrin Seidler (Kassenwärtin)

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"I am a member of M.A.M.U.T Robotics because here I can be creative and realize my own ideas. It is great to see how designs take shape thanks to 3D printing. As a mechanical engineer, you can acquire knowledge in electrical engineering and programming and thus look beyond your own studies. I met a lot of nice people here and the time I spent with them is one of my best times during my studies."

 

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Fabian Beitler (Ehemaliger Vorsitzender)

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Glotzbach

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"I have been supporting the M.A.M.U.T. Group with great pleasure since I joined the THM in September 2019. From the very beginning I was enthusiastic about the high self-motivation of the members, the ambitious goals set and the results already achieved, but especially about the cooperation beyond the boundaries of the study program. The development of robots traditionally requires the cooperation of experts from different fields - e.g. electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, computer scientists - who, however, sometimes bring in very different characteristics and - from a technical point of view - speak different languages. From my practical experience I know that the success of corresponding robotic projects often depends on whether these people can cooperate successfully with each other. This is also lived very successfully in the M.A.M.U.T. group and has led to a social cooperation in the group, in which the work is really fun."