Dr.-Ing. Michael Lütjen

Department Head of the IPS department Data Analytics and Process Optimization

Curriculum vitae

Dr.-Ing. Michael Lütjen studied from 1999 to 2003 industrial engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Wilhelmshaven with focus on 'Simulation and optimization in production'. Additonally, he took course in Production Engineering with focus on industrial engineering from 2003 to 2005 at the University of Bremen. Since June 2005 Mr. Lütjen is working as a research assistant at the Bremen Institute for Production and Logistics (BIBA) in the research area of ​​intelligent manufacturing and logistics systems (IPS).


WireWizard BIM-based assistance system for laying electrical cables by means of true-to-scale projection of circuit diagrams
OffshorePlan Complementary application of mathematical and discrete-event models to solve complex planning and control problems in offshore construction logistics
CooPick Collaborative robot-robot-human interaction for fruit laying
InspectionCopter Development of a drone with an attached device for the inspection of wind turbines
RETROFIT Recyclable insulated shipping containers for food
Isabella Automobile logistics in sea- and inland ports: interactive and simulation-based operation planning, dynamic and context-based control of device- and load movements
LoRaLight Development of a highly flexible picking system
SFB747 - B5 Qualitätsprüfung und logistische Qualitätslenkung mikrotechnischer Fertigungsprozesse
SFB747 - C4 A Simultaneous Engineering methodology for micro cold forming processes
CrushPack Development of a process to improve the crushability of packaging solutions made of expanded polystyrene (EPS)
Thermopack Ein modular aufgebautes Verpackungskonzept für die Tiefkühl- und Distributionslogistik
Auto-RTM Automatische Fertigung mittels RTM-Verfahren


Dr.-Ing. Michael Lütjen
BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH
Hochschulring 20
28359 Bremen
Telephone +49(0)421/218-50123