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Established in 1927 in Essen, the Haus der Technik (HDT) is Germany oldest as well as one of its leading independent advanced educational institutes for skilled personnel and executives. Around 17,000 participants annually take advantage of the institute in Essen as well as its subsidiaries located in Berlin and Munich. With its wide spectrum of educational opportunities in the fields of electrical engineering, power engineering, electronics, automotive engineering, medical science, chemistry, civil engineering, quality management and environmental protection, HDT concentrates on trendsetting core industries. More than 5,000 instructors, selected experts from science and economics, lend knowledge from their area of expertise – up-to-date, practical and scientifically based.
Haus der Technik is an associated institute of the RWTH Aachen University. HDT also maintains close contact to businesses and research institutes and sees itself as a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience.
Haus der Technik (HDT) has become the leading meeting place for wind energy industry attracting ever increasing number of seminar attendees and specialised visitors.
The range of offer of conferences and specialised events on wind energy is continually being widened and has developed into an important prop to the success of the more than 80 years old institution. In the meantime, well over one thousand participants and delegates have attended HDT seminars and conferences in the field of wind energy. Not even the attendees from the North shy away from travelling to Essen. Furthermore, the ancillary industry for wind turbines is well represented in North-Rhine Westphalia.
The comprehensive nature of HDT’s offer is underlined by a quick glance at its current themes: Drivelines in Wind Power Installations, Towers and Foundations of Wind Energy Converters, Dynamic Load & Stress and Design of Wind Turbines, Grid Integration, Industrial Management, Wind Farm Development, Rotor Blades, Wind-Turbine Based Electrical System, Introduction to Wind Energy Utilisation, and Technical Operation of Wind Farms.
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