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  • 2012/05/29

    New Masters degree course in Energy Science and Engineering

    Starting winter semester 2012/13

    The goal of the Masters programme “Energy Science and Engineering” at TU Darmstadt is to educate tomorrow’s leading energy engineers in a multidisciplinary field of expertise needed to identify and master the most demanding scientific, engineering, economic and social challenges in an interdisciplinary approach.

  • 2012/05/21

    Jochen Dietl wins graduation award of SEW-Eurodrive-Stiftung

    Computersimulation Leidenfrost Tropfen

    Master thesis on the behaviour of Leidenfrost drops on structured surfaces

    The SEW-Eurodrive-Stiftung (foundation) has awarded 21 young researchers a graduation prize which each comes with € 2.500 prize money. Among the awardees is Jochen Dietl, Master of Science at TU Darmstadt.

  • 2012/05/10

    Master-Thesis

    Konstruktion und Inbetriebnahme eines effusionsgekühlten Flammrohrsegments an der EKT/RSM Druckbrennkammer

  • 2012/05/10

    Lecture by Prof. Koumoutsakos, 14.05.12

    “Multi-scale simulations with particles”

  • 2012/05/10

    Advanced Design Project in Winter Term 2011/12

    ADP: “Design and verification of a measuring system for flight trajectories of general aviation aircraft”

    Mid-air collisions are exceedingly rare in instrument flight rules (IFR) operations. However, in visual flight rules operations collisions are more common. During the past years, a multitude of systems has become commercially available which are to assist the pilot in the task of collision avoidance. The Institute of Flight Systems and Automatic Control plans an experimental analysis of human-machine-interfaces of these novel collision avoidance systems in its flight simulator. For this task it is necessary to provide the simulator with realistic trajectories of conflicting air traffic in the framework of a traffic scenario.

  • 2012/05/09

    Lecture by Dr. Cai, 30.05.2012

    “Tomographic Imaging of Temperature and Chemical Species Based on Hyperspectral Absorption Spectroscopy ”

  • 2012/05/02

    CSI Papers of the Month April 2012

    The following CSI publications are published CSI Papers of the Month April 2012. Congratulations to the authors.

  • 2012/05/02

    Oldest detection of blood at the Iceman

    3 dimensional picture of a atomic force micropscope of a red blood cell out of the back wound of the Iceman.

    5300 year old red blood cells discovered at the Iceman

    His DNA has already been sequenced, samples out of his stomach and intestine show details about his last meal. Providing evidence of blood traces however, has had no success so far. By using nanotechnological methods researchers of the Center of Smart Interfaces (CSI) and the European Academy of Bozen (EURAC) have discovered red blood cells at the wounds of the Iceman. This detection of the 5300 year old blood cells is unique in modern research.

  • 2012/05/01

    May 2012 at the CSI

    COS7 cells cultured in a three dimensional environment, a collagen hydrogel. Labelled are lyosomes with an organell specific fluorescent dye (LysoTracker Red DND99, Invitrogen). Shown is a projection from a stack of images (115x115x55µm).

    CSI Calendar Image for May

    Prof. Dr. Robert Stark, Dipl.-Biol. Elke Kämmerer, Dr. Tobias Meckel

  • 2012/04/25

    “Wenn Grenzflächen ihre Spannung ändern – Der Marangoni-Effekt und seine Auswirkungen”

    Prof. Dr. Bothe, Picture: S. Keuth

    Lecture by Dieter Bothe on April 24th, 2012

    How do water striders stay atop and why do whales leave “footprints” of nearly unrippled water when they dive?