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Fascinated by filter technology

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Finding the right employees

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The Classroom & The Corporate World: Better Together with Agile

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Career & Apprenticeship

Fascinated by filter technology

As part of my Master’s degree programme in ‘Chemical Engineering and Process Engineering’ at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), I am required to take part in a work placement and, since I already knew that I wanted to specialise in the area of particle and filter technology,

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Career & Apprenticeship

Finding the right employees

My personal journey with Microdyn-Nadir began almost 15 years ago, long before the company became part of the MANN+HUMMEL group. MANN+HUMMEL  took over the company – a technological leader in the manufacturing of membranes and modules for micro-, ultra- and nanofiltration as well as reverse osmosis – just at the beginning of 2015.

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The Classroom & The Corporate World: Better Together with Agile

First-hand professional experience and real-world applications are things you don’t often find in the classroom. That is why, as a semi-recent graduate from the University of Wyoming’s MBA exchange program, I was thrilled to return to my alma mater and share my experiences and insights with implementing agile methodologies within MANN+HUMMEL’s new digital business unit.

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Straight from the source

MANN+HUMMEL is growing. Over the past ten years, the company has doubled its turnover to almost EUR 3.9 billion. During the same period, the number of employees has also increased from around 12,000 to more than 20,000. Of course, this has not been purely organic – i.e.

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Under Pressure – objective achieved!

With a completed pressure pulsation test bench and a great amount of pride, we – the “Under Pressure” project team – were able to present our project to the Board of Management in January. This was our successful project conclusion. Although the test bench appeared to be almost ready at the time of our last blog entry,

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  • Alexander Wöber

    Alexander Wöber is completing his apprenticeship as an electronics engineer for industrial systems at MANN+HUMMEL in Ludwigsburg. He is currently in the third year of his apprenticeship. In his free time, he likes to travel, spend time with friends, ski and go mountain biking.

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  • Aurora Ríos Islas

    Almost 6 years ago Aurora Ríos Islas moved from Mexico to Germany in order to study. Since April 2018 she has been working as an intern in the Intelligent Air Solutions division.

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  • Niklas Ruf

    Niklas Ruf began studying Business Administration and Engineering at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in 2017, and is gaining his first practical experience at MANN+HUMMEL. Away from his studies he enjoys mountain biking and skiing, and is also a keen tennis player.

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  • Werner Birx

    Werner Birx is a trainer in electrical engineering at Marklkofen. In his field, he encourages the use of video conferences and discussion via web platforms such as MH-Connect or the MANN+HUMMEL blog.

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  • Viktoria Wais

    Viktoria Wais began studying Mechanical Engineering at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in 2017 and is now gaining her first practical experience at MANN+HUMMEL. Besides her studies, the student likes to travel. She is also passionate about painting and riding.

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  • Tolga Yildiz

    Tolga Yildiz studies chemical engineering and process engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology with a focus on mechanical process engineering. After a 6-month internship in liquid filter validation at MANN+HUMMEL, he is currently writing his master thesis at the "fine dust eater" on the efficiency of the filter cubes at the Stuttgart Neckartor.

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