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Daniel Thomanek

Lupe

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

M. Sc. Daniel Thomanek

Adresse

Adresse:
TU Berlin 
Sekr. EN13 
Einsteinufer 17 
D - 10587 Berlin


Tel.:
+49 30 314 25461
Fax:
+49 30 314-22120
E-Mail:

Raum:
EN 547
Sprechstunden:
nach Vereinbarung

Teaching

I am involved in the teaching activities of the following courses:

  • Grundlagen der elektronischen Messtechnik (only in WiSe) 

  • Mustererkennung und Technische Diagnose (only in SoSe)

Thesises

Within my researc activities I constantly offer and supervise Bachelor and Master Thesises

Offers
Titel
Betreuer
Forschungsgebiet
Datum
Modellierung und Simulation eines Zuges zur Verschleißvorhersage der mechanischen Komponenten
Daniel Thomanek
Modellierung und Simulation
06.04.2021
In progress
Art
Thema
Student/in
Status
Masterarbeit
Modeling and simulation of railway operations for optimization purposes
In Bearbeitung
Bachelorarbeit
Modellierung und Simulation der Interaktion zwischen Schiene und Radsatz zur Verschleißvorhersage
In Bearbeitung

Furthermore, I look forward to topic suggestions in the area of my research activities. Just contact me.

 

 

 

Research

Lupe

My research activities focus on predictive maintenance in the area of railroads. As part of a consortium of many partners from the sciences and industry I work within the BerDiBa-Project. More information on the overall project can be found here

 

Predicting the violation of the structure gauge caused by plant growth

Along railway routes there is a special area called structure gauge that needs to be free of any kind of objects to ensure a risk-free transit of the trains. I work on methods and algorithms to predict the uncontrolled plant growth and determine the violation of the structure gauge along the rail routes to optimize the cutting intervals

Predicting the remaining useful lifetime (RUL) of mechanical components

Within this field I develop simulations to predict the abrasion of train components like the doors. For this prediction I model the use behavior of this components to determine the load and predict the abrasion based on these models

 

 

Biography

After an apprenticeship in the electrotechnical field I studied electrotechnical engineering from 2012 to 2017 starting at the Berlin University of applied Sciences. After my Bachelor’s degree I moved up to the Technical University Berlin. Both my Bachelor and Master thesis I wrote in corporation with the IAV GmbH which is a medium sized automotive development company. After my Master’s degree I worked from 2017 to 2020 for the development department of driver assistant functions at IAV. Within this activity I focused on rapid prototyping of autonomous parking and maneuvering functions. Since December 2020, I work for Prof. Gühmann's group at TU Berlin

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