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Doctoral Theses

If you are interested to join as a doctoral candidate, please send a brief letter of motivation to Prof. Dr. Sause.

 

 

Master Theses

If you are interested, please contact the respective research associate by e-mail

 

Development and didactic preparation of a thermal touchpad for demonstration purposes

Thermometry is used in the field of sensor technology for monitoring mechanical components, such as gears. Within the project "Knowledge Transfer Region Augsburg (WiR)" this technology is prepared for a broad spectrum in an understandable way.

 

 

 

 

Bastian Brück M.Sc.
Group leader "Condition Monitoring"
Mechanical Engineering

Condition monitoring of gearboxes using acoustic methods

Gear wear or failure  often is the limiting factor of technical systems. Modern condition monitoring systems are applicable for lifetime extension and targeted repair, which are investigated within the project „Knowledge Transfer Region Augsburg (WiR)“.

 

 

 

 

 

Bastian Brück M.Sc.
Group leader "Condition Monitoring"
Mechanical Engineering

In-situ measurement of electromagnetic emission during the exposure of materials

When cracks form in materials, electromagnetic emission occurs, which can be detected in real time. For a better understanding of the origin, this novel measuring method will be coupled in-situ with X-ray computer tomography.

 

 

 

 

Christoph Appel M.Sc.
PhD student
Mechanical Engineering

Multi-scale image correlation for robot-supported component testing

Within the WiR project, a robot-supported component inspection is to be realized. Digital image correlation can be used to measure the deformation. In order to change the resolution dynamically during the test, a multi-scale stochastic pattern shall be tested. Furthermore, the robot-based digitization of objects needs to be implemented, which is the basis for path calculations during the inspection.

 

 

Dr.-Ing. Andreas Monden
Deputy group leader "Materials & Mechanics"
Mechanical Engineering

Algorithm development and sensor verification

Within the project MAI CC4 fastMOVE different approaches for condition monitoring of a CNC milling machine are investigated. Task of this thesis will be the development algorithms used for data evaluation, as well as the testing of concepts for verifying the functional readiness of the sensors.

 

 

Florian Linscheid M.Sc.
PhD student
Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor Theses

If you are interested, please contact the respective research associate by e-mail

 

 

 

Working in the lab

We regularly offer opportunities to work in the laboratory (HiWi jobs). If you are interested in working with us, please send a short email with a letter of motivation directly to Prof. Dr. Sause.

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