Cooperative PhDs of professors of the research focus area HTS

Current and completed cooperative PhDs of professors of the research focus area HTS are listed below:

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Studiengangsleitung Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, Master, Fachbereichsrat AING, Forschungsschwerpunkt Hocheffiziente technische Systeme, Institut Energieeffiziente Systeme (IES), Prüfungsausschuss AING Master

Current cooperative PhDs

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Glöser

Development of high-efficiency modular busbar systems based on high-temperature superconductors for the transmission of high power from wind farms to medium-voltage level

Simultaneous transmission of electrical energy and information based on superconducting technology

Prof. Priv.-Doz. Dr.-Ing. habil. Peter Starke

Entropy as a Material Response of Fatigue in Metals and Related Thermographic Assessment

Fatigue life calculation of metallic materials on the basis of thermometric and magnetics-based measurement techniques

Microstructure-based fatigue life calculation for austenitic steels used in the field of nuclear energy

Development of a short-term procedure for the evaluation of damage-relevant parameters of ferritic steels and components used in the field of nuclear energy

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schumann

Integration and Optimization of Current-DC-Link Inverter in PCB-Winding Motors

Development of an electric motor for an electronic drive unit on a printed circuit board basis

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Schuster

Design and Verification of an Advanced Ice-Tribometer

Development of innovativ sealing materials to minimize aroma carry-over during the production of wine, fruit wine, and sparkling wine

The consolidation behaviour of thermoplastics during 3d printing under high ambient pressures

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sven Urschel

Use of new materials in electric motors for hydromechatronic aggregates to increase resource efficiency significantly

Cloud-based condition monitoring of electric motor-driven centrifugal pumps

Operating data-based diagnosis of rotating machinery for a sustainable, reliable and highly efficient service

Use of actoric and sensoric hydrogels for the production of complex synthetic tissues

Completed cooperative PhDs

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Luisa Medina

Development and characterisation of bast and basalt fibre hybrid polymer composites for automotive applications (Saleem A.; 2021)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Glöser

Development of a scalable model for the dimensioning of any regeneratively fed island networks in combination with storage

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Ernst Hoffmann

Characterization of Electroplated Nanocrystalline Nickel-Iron Alloys (Schmitt M.-T., 2014)