A group from Stanford University recently created a World Ranking of Scientists—based on publications and citations. The list of the 160,000 scientists that make the 2% higher ranking includes three researchers from TUHH in the area of Civil Engineering (in this study it also includes Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering). From our institute, two researchers are included in the top 900 (international) and top 10 (national) of the total 42, 054 authors in this field: Prof. Wolfgang Fricke: international #194, in Germany #3 Prof. Sören Ehlers: international #528, in Germany #8
We are happy to see that so many young researchers came to this years DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop to TUHH and to hear about the various topics and research areas related to the Maritime Industry. The workshop covers research topics related to naval architecture, maritime engineering and maritime transport including safety, energy efficiency and environmental performance, and new technologies.
We’re happy to announce that our former colleague Ute Ehlers successfully defended her PhD “Safety Effect Assessment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems – A Bowtie Analysis Approach” yesterday at NTNU Trondheim.
We’re happy to announce that our colleague Aleksandar-Saša Milaković successfully defended his PhD “On equivalent ice thickness and machine learning in ship ice transit simulations” today at NTNU Trondheim.
We would like to invite you to the master thesis presentation of Jakob Mahlke December, 10th 2019 at 2 pm on the topic “Numerische Analysen der Betriebsfestigkeit für ein Containerschiff mittels AIS- und Wetterdaten” in room C3.022.