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Household technology University of Bonn (until 2021)

Household technology initially refers to the totality of technical devices and processes for supplying people in private households. This includes catering, cleaning and care of dishes, textiles, floor coverings and living spaces. The appliances and technical processes used in large kitchens for various catering facilities (canteens, refectories, hospitals, day-care centres, etc.) and gastronomic concepts (e.g. event and system catering) can also be subsumed under the term household technology.

In the 1950s and 1960s, household technology spread very rapidly, especially in Germany, and was also introduced into science, with the establishment of the course of study in ecotrophology at universities and universities of applied sciences.

Eine Wissenschaftlerin und ein Wissenschaftler arbeiten hinter einer Glasfassade und mischen Chemikalien mit Großgeräten.
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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Rainer Stamminger

Dr. Rainer Stamminger holds a doctorate in physics and worked in industry for 19 years before accepting the chair of household and process engineering at the University of Bonn in 2002.
of household and process engineering at the University of Bonn. Here he is concerned with all aspects of the
aspects of the use of technical products in the household.



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