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Opening of the Institute of Vehicle Construction at the Ostfalia University for Applied Sciences in Wolfsburg
Lower Saxony science minister Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic in the institute research hall, with Ostfalia president Prof. Dr Rosemarie Karger, institute director Prof. Dr Thomas Gänsicke and the state-of-the-art drop tower in the background
Lower Saxony science minister Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic in the institute research hall, with Ostfalia president Prof. Dr Rosemarie Karger, institute director Prof. Dr Thomas Gänsicke and the state-of-the-art drop tower in the background

Ostfalia President Prof. Dr Rosemarie Karger officially opened the new laboratory building at the University of Applied Sciences on Monday, 6 November. The Lower Saxony science minister, Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic, was also among the speakers.
After a construction period of two and a half years, the new building is a milestone for the Wolfsburg-Brunswick region, which occupies a leading national position in vehicle mobility.

“It looks much better today than I could have imagined at that time”, said Prof. Dr Thomas Gänsicke, director of the Institute of Vehicle Construction in Wolfsburg. But the project is more than visually impressive. Because the functionality is also convincing and makes the new building one of the most important national research locations.

 

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Vehicle Technology Laboratory, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences

Lower Saxony science minister Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic in the institute research hall, with Ostfalia president Prof. Dr Rosemarie Karger, institute director Prof. Dr Thomas Gänsicke and the state-of-the-art drop tower in the background
Lower Saxony science minister Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic in the institute research hall, with Ostfalia president Prof. Dr Rosemarie Karger, institute director Prof. Dr Thomas Gänsicke and the state-of-the-art drop tower in the background