The Chair of Mobile Electric Energy Systems at the Institute of Electromagnetic Compatibility, newly founded in August 2022, researches the on-board power systems of aircraft, ships, satellites, automobiles and other vehicles. In this context, novel on-board power system architectures are developed through systems science approaches and tested in the laboratory. The developed energy systems should help to reduce CO2 emissions in the transport sector.
Scientific staff positions
If you are interested in research in the field of design, simulation and implementation of on-board power systems, please contact Prof. Dr. Michael Terörde by phone or e-mail. You can find a job advertisement here.
Topics for theses
- Development of a multi-parameter optimization for an efficient aircraft electrical system within the research cluster Sustainable and Energy-Efficient Aviation (SE2A)
- New power management systems for DC networks with 1,000 V
- Development of a voltage variable aircraft electrical system
The topics are open for students of different courses (e.g., electrical engineering, industrial engineering, physics, computer science or mechanical engineering) and the focus can be arranged individually.
If you have any questions about the theses, please contact Prof. Dr. Michael Terörde.
More Information on Prof. Dr. Michael Terörde and the Chair of Mobile Electric Energy Systems can be found in this interview.