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PostDoc

If you are interested to join as a PostDoc, please send a brief letter of motivation to the respective contact person.

 

Research Associate - PostDoc (m/f/d) in the field of computed tomography and image processing.

We are hiring new team members to explore technologies of the future that leverage sustainable materials, adaptive process technology, robotics, and condition monitoring using artificial intelligence. Become part of the AI production network at www.ki-produktionsnetzwerk-bayern.de at the Institute for Materials Resource Management (MRM).

 

Explore sustainable materials and technologies! Take responsibility for the research area image processing and (robot-based) computed tomography and develop methods for the application of hybrid materials and components in multi-material design. Your area of responsibility will also include support in the organization, implementation, and evaluation of industry-related measurement assignments. This provides a direct link between research and application of their methods.

 

If you are interested in this position, please contact us by phone or email or send your application directly to anna.trauth@mrm.uni-augsburg.de.

 

More information can be found in the hyperlinked pdf:

Computed tomography

 

Group leader "Materials & Mechanics"
Hybrid Composite Materials

Doctoral Theses

If you are interested to join as a doctoral candidate, please send a brief letter of motivation to the respective contact person

 

Master Theses

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Development and testing of sensors based on dielectric analysis for the application of non-destructive material characterization

The aim of the work is to further develop the method of dielectric analysis with regard to sensor design, measurement and evaluation in such a way that it is possible to obtain quantitative information about the material properties of the sample independently of external influences such as sample geometry or measuring distance. After a successful development, the sensor is supposed to be used in a larger measurement setup for non-destructive material characterization.

 

More information can be found in the hyperlinked pdf:

Development and testing of sensors based on dielectric analysis for the application of non-destructive material characterization

 

 

PostDoc
Mechanical Engineering

Development and testing of sensor technology based on active thermography for use as a non-destructive method for determining thermal material properties

The aim of the work is to further develop a novel variant of active thermography for use in determining characteristic values. This should make it possible to infer quantitative properties of the material by heating the sample locally and following the heat propagation on its surface. Numerical simulation methods can also be used for this purpose. This should make it possible to investigate thermal properties of materials non-destructively and without great effort.

 

More information can be found in the hyperlinked pdf:

Development and testing of sensor technology based on active thermography for use as a non-destructive method for determining thermal material properties

 

 

PhD student
Mechanical Engineering

Development and testing of sensors based on eddy current for the application of non-destructive material characterization

The aim of the work is to further develop the method of eddy current testing with regard to sensor design, measurement and evaluation in such a way that it is possible to obtain quantitative information about the material properties of the sample independently of external influences such as sample geometry or measuring distance. After a successful development, the sensor is supposed to be used in a larger measurement setup for non-destructive material characterization.

 

More information can be found in the hyperlinked pdf:

Development and testing of sensors based on eddy current for the application of non-destructive material characterization

 

 

PostDoc
Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor Theses

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Characteristic evaluation of fiber composites at cryogenic temperatures.

The work deals with possible future propulsion systems both in aerospace and in the field of load transport on land. The topic forces the application of lightweight structures out of composite materials for the construction of storage tanks for e.g. liquid hydrogen. To verify suitable materials, a new type of testing device for tensile testing was developed, which is to be validated on an ongoing basis.

 

More information can be found in the hyperlinked pdf:

Tensile test at cryogenic temperatures

 

 

PhD student
Mechanical Engineering

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 the respective scientific assistant.

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