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This project was carried out by students of the Bachelor’s degree programme Product Design and Technical Communication at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (School of Engineering, Wels). The aim of the project was to prepare a glossary on machining technology according to relevant standards and other specialist literature. For this purpose, terminology work was done for about 120 selected concepts. Finally, the results included terms, definitions and contexts in German and English and were transmitted with corresponding source citations for the IATE database.
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- Jamrožek, Estera
- Kreyer, Iris Maria
- Raffetseder, Andrea Maria
- Schnell, Maria
FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Georg Löckinger, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (School of Engineering, Wels)
Georg Löckinger is a professor of technical communication at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (School of Engineering, Wels). He holds a Master’s degree and a PhD in translation studies from the University of Vienna. His award-winning doctoral thesis deals with translation-oriented reference tools and includes an empirical study on the information needs of professional translators. Apart from his academic work, Georg Löckinger has extensive hands-on experience as a translator and terminologist in various professional settings. Furthermore, he is actively involved in national and international standardisation with regard to language technologies and language resource management.
FH-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Aziz Huskic at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (School of Engineering, Wels)
Aziz Huskic is involved in projects on materials and production technology, material testing, tribology, forming technology and production research.
FH-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Kwanka at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (School of Engineering, Wels)
Werner Kwanka is a professor of manufacturing technology and machine tools who focuses on automation technology and simulations research.
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