NEWS

Covid-19

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, at the Institute of Ship Technology, Ocean Engineering and Transport Systems as well some amendments have to be made regarding the usual procedures.

Following please find the relevant information and further links on the main aspects, i.e. teaching and research.

University of Duisburg-Essen 

Faculty of Engineering

Important information about online lectures and Moodle courses

The establishment and access control of the Moodle courses for the summer semester 2021 takes place via the LSF registration procedure. Students who have registered for a course in the LSF will be informed of the access code for the associated Moodle courses via the LSF. All information about online events and course documents can be found in the Moodle courses. Further information on the LSF receipt function for students can be found at: https://wiki.uni-due.de/lsf/index.php/Handbuch_Belegfunktion

Teaching

The lectures and exercises start on April 04th, 2022 and will be in attendance.

 

Further information

Research

Our staff can mainly be reached on site, but digital means of contact are also available. 

You can contact all staff members and Ph.D. students by email or telephone. Therefore, we would ask you to refrain from any personal contacts. Instead, kindly get in touch with our staff by telephone or video conference.

Staff members and Ph.D. students

Vacancies

We are looking for reinforcement for our team. Details can be found in the following advertisement.

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Events

19th and 20th September 2022AISS Conference 2022

 

About

The Autonomous Inland and Short Sea Shipping Conference
was established in 2019 as an annual conference. The
conference promotes technical and scientific exchange among
industry, academia and authorities in the fields of autonomous
inland and short sea shipping as well as port logistics, smart
waterborne logistics and related subjects. Contributions related
to autonomous shipping, on-board assistance systems, sensor
technology, recognition, regulations, test areas, smart port
systems, port automation, traffic planning, traffic simulation and
optimisation, system control, etc. are very welcome.


Call for abstracts

Please submit an abstract containing no more than 500 words
and a maximum of two figures using the template from the
conference website 
www.aiss-conf.com to aiss@uni-due.de.
Upon abstract acceptance, you may prepare an extended
abstract using the paper template and submit it to the mentioned
email address. Abstracts will be published on the conference
website. Extended abstracts will be published open access via
DuEPublico (
https://duepublico.uni-duisburg-essen.de/).

Website: AISS Conference

AISS Flyer

9th and 10th November 20224th Colloquium on cavitation and Cavitation Erosion

Colloquium on Cavitation and Cavitation Erosion

Purpose

Cavitation has been a field of research for many decades in various scientific disciplines, e.g., engineering, physics, chemistry and medicine. For the fourth time, the University Duisburg-Essen and the Ruhr-University Bochum are jointly organizing a colloquium on cavitation and cavitation erosion to address all possible disciplines associated with cavitation and cavitation erosion. Fluid dynamics as well as material related questions are to be addressed.

The colloquium intends to promote the exchange of knowledge   between research institutions and industry.

Topics and Disciplines

  • Engineering, physics, medicine, chemistry
  • Fluid dynamics and material science
  • Basic and applied research  
  • Theory, experiments, and numerical simulation
  • Hydrodynamic and acoustic cavitation
  • Cavitation on hydrofoils
  • Turbo machinery  
  • Cleaning technology
Further Information

Miscellaneous