M. Sc. Dirk Schweers
Research Scientist in the IPS department Robotics and Automation
After an apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician, Dirk Schweers studied mechatronics at the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences and systems engineering at the University of Bremen, specialising in automation technology and robotics. Mr. Schweers completed his studies in 2015 and has been working as a research scientist at the Bremen Institute for Production and Logistics since 2016. Since then, he has been working in the Robotics and Automation Department on the combination of machine learning, image processing and control technology tasks. Mr. Schweers is also editor of the magazine Industrie 4.0 Management, which deals with the present and future of industrial business processes.
- Machine learning, image processing and control engineering
- Energy and resource efficient production
- Process optimization through robotics and automation systems
- Industry 4.0, cyber-physical production and logistics systems
Dirk Schweers works in the research project ALSO 4.0 in which the efficiency of an aluminium melting furnace shall be increased. Within the project he deals with the approximation of the melting behaviour of the aluminum including the complete state of the furnace.
|ViProQAS||Visual Product Quality Auditing System|
|MARGO||Optimizing Material Flow with AGV’s in Ring Gear Production|
|ALSO 4.0||Increasing the efficiency of an aluminium furnace by the use of intelligent control modules, extended sensors and innovative solution methodology in the combustion technology|
ContactM. Sc. Dirk Schweers
BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH
26. Oktober 2021, 16 Uhr, online
Transparente Supply Chains und Lernplattformen in der Logistik
October 27th, 2021, online
Konsumentenlogistik – Wie umweltbewusst sind wir beim Online-Shopping?
3. November 2021, 17 Uhr, online
Virtuelle Führung: Sichere Mensch-Roboter-Zusammenarbeit
November 15th, 2021, online
Mathematische Optimierung unter Unsicherheit in der Logistik
1. Dezember 2021, 17 Uhr, online