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DLR school lab trailer and ship safety lecture

If you’re interested in learning more about naval architecture and ship building, this is your chance. Check the introduction to the DLR school lab and the lecture on ship safety.

You can find more information about attending the DLR school lab here:
https://www.dlr.de/schoollab

Retirement of Jutta Henrici

After 14 years in the secretariat of the Institute for Ship Structural Design and Analysis, Jutta Henrici retired on April 30, 2021. Jutta has done a great job for the institute and always cared very warmly for all colleagues. We wish Jutta all the best and hope she visits us often.
Since May 1, 2021 Bjarne Wiegard is the new Institute Manager.

Stanford University World Ranking of Scientists

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

Podcast Ship and Ocean

Franz von Bock und Polach presents a new podcast series on Ship and Ocean. The first talk on freakwaves (Auswirkungen von Freakwaves auf Schiffe und technische Lösungen) is available on spotify.

21st DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop – 2020

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.

Dr. Ehlers

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.

Congratulations and all the best Ute!