The Institute for Man and Machine Interaction (MMI)
The Institute for Man and Machine Interaction (MMI) forms part of the Faculty for Electrotechnology and Information Technology at the University of Aachen (RWTH-Aachen) and was founded by Institute Head Prof Jürgen Rossmann (Dr.-Ing. habil.). The key focus of the work done by the institute is linking up expertise from the fields of (space) robotics and virtual reality with the development, implementation and testing of new concepts in control, interaction between man and machine, and communications.
Institut für Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion – Institute for Man and Machine Interaction
Institute Head: Prof Jürgen Rossmann (Dr.-Ing. habil.)
Tel: +49 241 80-26101
Fax: +49 241 80-22308
For a list of Institute staff go to inside the Campus system of the University of Aachen.
See interactive map below for MMI’s location in Aachen if you will be arriving by car. It also shows MMI’s location in Building 235 at the Ahornstrasse 55 campus precinct. MMI’s exact location is denoted in red. The institute is on the first floor. Left click on the location placeholder to open more options.
If you will be arriving by public transport and for instance you arrive in Aachen by train, you can catch a bus to the Institute. The closest bus stop to the Institute is “Halifaxstrasse”, which has been drawn into the map below at the Halifaxstrasse/Ahornstrasse intersection. For the detailed public transport timetable go to Fahrplanauskunft der Aachener Straßenbahn und Energieversorgungs-AG (ASEAG).