First Science Day of the Faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

The First Science Day of the Faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering took place on February 21, 2024, with the goal to foster inter-institutional exchange and develop new synergies, projects, and insights. The program included keynote sessions and oral presentations together with poster sessions in the famous Kuppelsaal of TU Wien and a collegial setting for a day of stimulating interactions with co-workers across the whole faculty.

Alexander Schirrer represented our institute with his scientific talk about Advancing Human Mobility: Move into a Better Future, presenting key findings of the research projects IntIntSec, öffnet in einem neuen Fenster and OmniMov.

Additionally, all attending Pre-Docs presented posters about their current research projects which were displayed and discussed at Kuppelsaal.

Scientific Talk

Advancing Human Mobility: Move into a Better Future, Alexander Schirrer, E325-04


  • Energy-efficient Refrigerated Vehicles, Maximilian Lösch, Markus Fallmann, Stefan Jakubek, Martin Kozek, ZETA
  • 2.5D FEM for Railway Acoustics, Likun Luo, E325-03
  • Distributed Vehicle Control for Situation-Aware Autonomous Driving, Alexander L. Gratzer, Alexander Schirrer, Stefan Jakubek, IntIntSec, ConnAT
  • Dynamic Modeling and Control of Dual Fluidized Bed Gasification Plants, Lukas Stanger, Alexander Schirrer, Stefan Jakubek, Martin Kozek, AdoreSNG
  • Handling and stability of two-wheel vehicles, Florian Klinger, Christoph Ott, E325-01
  • Human Machine Interation in Racing Applications, Philipp Gratzer, Daniel Klein, E325-01
  • Lithium-ion battery state observer, Matteas Jelovic, Stefan Jakubek, Christoph Hametner, CDL Battery Research
  • Machine Learning in Vehicle Dynamics and Predictive Maintenance, Florian Jaumann, Philipp Mandl, Lorenz Ott, Tobias Schuster, E325-01
  • Multi-Level Energy Management Strategy for Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Benaitier Alexis, CDL Nonlinear Control
  • Optimization based Control of Microgrids, Thomas Riedler, OptCOM
  • PEM FUEL CELLS– Observing degradation during dynamic operation, Johanna Bartlechner, Stefan Jakubek, Christoph Hametner, AlpeDHues
  • PEM FUEL CELLS: Distributed-parameter state estimation, Benjamin Fuchs, Stefan Jakubek, Christoph Hametner, AlpeDHues
  • Predictive Energy Management of Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicles, Sandro Kofler, FC4HD
  • Tyre wear & energy-efficient driving, David Khalili, Daniel Klein, ecoBEV
  • A Physiological Model Of Human Mobility, Aybala Cakir, Martin Kozek, Robert Kölbl, Jakubek Stefan, OmniMov
  • Analysis and Control of Overactuated Vehicles, Manuel Eberhart, Philipp Mandl, Central System, Powerslide
  • CD-Lab for enhanced braking behaviour of railway vehicles, Johannes Edelmann, Bernhard Ebner, Lorenz Klimon, Emin Kocbay, CDL-Trainbraking
Präsentation auf dem Beamer
Scientific Talk von Alexander Schirrer
Aybala Cakir präsentiert ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit