My research deals with the development of new methodologies for generating and optimizing technology chains for the manufacturing of safety-critical products.
Within industry projects, I consult companies on how new and existing products can be manufactured with greater efficiency and greater profitability..
As a lecturer, I am responsible for two modules in Manufacturing Technologies and for the supervision of both Bachelor and Master theses.
Bergs, T.; Hermann, L., Rey, J., Barth, S.: Safety-Critical Changes in Manufacturing – Concept for the Cost-Optimized Planning of Changes in Manufacturing of Safety-Critical Components, wt Werkstattstechnik online, Vol. 6 P. 442-446, 2019
Grünebaum, T.; Hermann, L.; Trauth, D.; Bergs, T.: Towards sustainable production: A methodology to asses influences between life cycle phases in tool manufacturing, Proceedings of the International Conference on Life Cycle Engineering, 2019
Hermann, L.; Rey, J.; Bergs, T.: Methodology for an Integrative Manufacturing Change Management in Technology Planning for Medical Products, Proceedings of the International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing, 2019
Hermann, L.; Schlegel, P.; Müller, J.; Rey, J.; Bergs, T.; Schmitt, R. H.: Cost optimized production of safety-critical components, ZWF Zeitschrift für wirtschaftlichen Fabrikbetrieb, Band 113, Ausgabe 7-8, 2018
Kilic, M.; Hermann, L.; Atabey, F.: Design and implementation of a tool condition monitoring system for the shop floor, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Virtual Machining Process Technology, 2017