Our innovative approach to the industry is known thanks to our competence in operation and maintenance and material research in particular.
We conduct applied research and piloting in operation and maintenance as well as the usability of materials. Computer-assisted measurement and modelling methods, virtualisation, circular economy, lifecycle management and industrial side streams are also among our strong points.
We are committed to the principles of sustainable development. We assess our own competence and highlight quality in our activities.
Our learning and development environments are up-to-date and diversely utilised in our teaching, RDI and service operations.
Our training emphasises the flexibility of study paths, a high-quality, working life-oriented course selection and modern teaching methods. Teaching, learning and training are central to all our activities. Engineers who receive a degree from one of our programmes have good professional skills and are ready to work in modern work environments.
The New Industry competence group is constantly developing in cooperation with partners, enabling constant learning in both RDI and training activities. We invest in partnerships and international relations, proving our competence by means of publications and references.
LUC Strategy 2030