Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg’s Department of Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics ( has recently received a new Phantom VEO 640L. The department, tasked with not only the first class teaching of its students, but also with the research and development in the fields of fluid mechanics, aerodynamics, and metrology, will use the instrument to delve deeper into fundamental fluid mechanics, turbulence, pipe flow, convection, rotating flows, and meteorology. By working with students to conduct the research, the college can provide the basis for solving challenging research and development tasks.