Promotionen Sommersemester 2022

Name Titel
Tag der Prüfung
Hauptreferent Korreferent
Julian Karl Bauer, M.Sc. Fiber Orientation Tensors and Mean Field Homogenization: Application to Sheet Molding Compound 29.07.2022 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Seelig Prof. Andrew Hrymak, PhD (Western University, Ontario)
Marc Ohmer, M.Sc. Optimization Strategies for Spatio-temporal Groundwater Dynamics Monitoring 27.07.2022 Prof. Dr. Nico Goldscheider Prof. Ty Ferre (Western University, Ontario)
Andreas Wunsch, M.Sc. Leveraging Artificial Neural Networks for Modeling Hydrogeological Time Series 19.07.2022 Prof. Dr. Nico Goldscheider Prof. Dr. Anne Johannet (University of Arizona)
Stefan Blaser, M.Sc. Multi-environment Georeferencing of RGB-D Panoramic Images from Portable Mobile Mapping - a Perspective for Infrastructure Management 12.07.2022 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Boris Jutzi Prof. Dr. Stephan Nebiker (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines d'Alès)
Linyu Gao, M.Sc. Temperature Dependence of the Molecular Composition and Volatility of Secondary Organic Aerosol 11.07.2022 Prof. Dr. Stefan Norra Prof. Dr. Thomas Leisner
Junwei Song, M.Eng. Online Chemical Characterization of Volatile Organic Compounds and Aerosol Particles at Urban and Rural Locations 11.07.2022 Prof. Dr. Stefan Norra Prof. Dr. Thomas Leisner
Shadi Shirazian, M.Sc. Options for Earthquake Event Reduction in Stochastic Loss Modelling 21.06.2022 Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Friedemann Wenzel Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lothar Stempniewski
Alexandru Nichersu, M.Sc. Scale-Aware Modeling and Monitoring of the Urban Energy Chain 31.05.2022 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Hinz Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Martin Breunig
Philipp Holz, M.Sc. Rekonstruktion paläoklimatischer Extremereignisse in der Region Franken anhand von Speläothemen in Kombination mit historischen Stadtarchiven 20.05.2022 Prof. Dr. Thomas Neumann Prof. Dr. Denis Scholz (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)
Debjit Bhowmick, M.Tech. Walk-sharing - A Smarter Way to Improve Pedestrian Safety and Safety Perception in Urban Spaces 14.04.2022 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Vortisch Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Stephan Winter (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)