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OK/IK-Haus

Not far from the Welfenschloss, between the Library of Social Sciences and the Institute for Product Development and Equipment Engineering (IPeG), there is the so-called Otto-Klüsener-Haus (OK-Haus) in Moore 11B, which offers a unique opportunity to learn together. No other faculty of mechanical engineering in Germany has such a teaching and learning space.

The Otto-Klüsener-Haus

The house was designed between 1961 and 1965 by its namesake. The building was financed by the state of Lower Saxony. Otto Klüsener was director of the Institute for Piston Machines at the then TH Hannover until 1967. It was close to his heart to create a learning room for students of technical subjects, with space for drawing boards and other equipment. It was also intended to be a place of exchange and community. Today the building, which is almost completely under student self-administration, houses the hall communities and on the top floor the dean's office of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.

Ilse Knott-ter Meer-Haus

On the new campus of the faculty in Garbsen there will also be a student house, but this will no longer be called OK-Haus, but IK-Haus, because it will be named after the mechanical engineer Ilse Knott-ter Meer, born in Hanover in 1899. Ilse Knott-ter Meer was the first female member of the Association of German Engineers and is considered a pioneer for women in mechanical engineering. You can find more about Ilse Knott-ter Meer on the central website of the Leibniz University Hannover.

Flyer OK-Haus

Contact

Phil Demter
OK-Haus-Sprecher
Address
Im Moore 11b
30167 Hannover
Phil Demter
OK-Haus-Sprecher
Address
Im Moore 11b
30167 Hannover