DMSB graduates present their projects

After a two-year break caused by Covid, the annual presentation of projects by the DMSB graduating class of 2021/2022 took place for the first time again in front of an interested, in-person audience or as a hybrid event. Many external guests also attended on site, in addition to first-year DMSB students and the teaching staff; a further 25 spectators followed the event via computer link. As in previous years, companies from the industry were signed up to provide real-life project topics, for which the students had to find innovative solutions.

In a relaxed atmosphere, three groups of three graduates each presented their results. They reported on the tasks involved in the projects, described the specific problems and explained their specific solutions. In addition to technical aspects as well as legal and normative issues, the costs and energy requirements of the respective plants also played an important role. This was followed by a lively discussion with all participants.

Interested parties who missed the event at the DMSB will still have various opportunities to hear the presentations. It is also planned to present the reports at the upcoming Milling Conferences in Detmold, Volkach and Burgstädt.

The members of the three project groups are delighted with how successfully the presentations went. Front row from left to right: Frederick Brehop, Markus Bröer, Leonard Sökefeld. Middle row from left to right: Christoffer Szölösi, Maren Sting, Piragash Packiyanathan. Back row from left to right: Jeffrey Freiter, Henrik Wolter, Steffen Seifert

These are the three project teams and their assignments at a glance:

Designing a cleaning system in a newly built silo building connected to the existing mill building at Mühle Sting GmbH & Co KG in Kirchheim
Students: Markus Bröer, Jeffrey Freiter, Maren Sting

Designing a spelt husking plant in part of a building at the planning stage at Getreidemühle Torsten Wolter in Wustermark
Students: Frederick Brehop, Steffen Seifert, Henrik Wolter

Designing a central vacuum cleaning system with associated specifications for Deutsche Tiernahrung Cremer at its Deuka Neuss site
Students: Piragash Packiyanathan, Christoffer Szölösi, Leonard Sökefeld

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