Research at DIT

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7th Day of Research (2020)

 

Review of the 7th Day of Research

On 23 July 2020, the Covid-19 Research Day took place online for the first time.

Ten selected young researchers were face with the challenge of presenting their research projects in no more than three minutes in such a way that even non-specialists could understand what they were working on.
And as always, the topics of the presentations were extremely diverse. In detail, they dealt with the production of industrial facilities against hacker attacks, culturally fluid academic stanards in intercultural training, batteryless Internet-of-Things components, innovations in the organisation of a ward for cancer patients, a data analyis-based system for traffic management in cities, a machining process for components in optical measurement technology, the training and further education of nursing and health care personnel in the Bavarian-Bohemian border region, the further development oof diffusion processes for the production of fibre-optic networks or optical sensors, a management system for the optimisation of technical processes in the glass industry as well as sustainibility-oriented meeting place and event room by and for students.

The race for the coveted glass trophy, the Best Presentation Award, was won by Daniel Schäffer from TC Teisnach Sensorik. With his perky illustration of complicated diffusion processes in glass using small, cute kittens in a colourful ball bath, he reaped a lot of enthusiasm.

 

 

At the Best Poster Competition, Oliver Quer (Faculty of Applied Health Sciences), Anja Braehmer (TC Freyung) and Dr Florian Wahl (TC Grafenau) won three genrous vouchers from Bücher Pustet. This year, the posters were designed for the first time with the motto "One picture, one sentence". All 29 posters on current research projects at DIT can still be viewed on PUBinPLAN and downloaded in PDF format and are also available in a flip page version.

Dr Kristin Seffer, the director of the Graduate Centre, congratulated Dr Kristina Wanieck and Dr Nadine Kaczmarkiewicz on their completed doctorates. Afterwards, the vice president for research and knowledge transfer, Prof Dr-Ing Andreas Grzemba, honoured the best and most high-ranking publications from the previous year. In the category "Best Scientific Publication" the senior researcher Dr Luis Ramirez Camargo (TC Freyung; Energy & Environmental Science) and the junior researcher Michael Heigl (Institute ProtectIT; Computers and Security) received awards. In the category "Best contribution at a conference", the senior researcher Prof Dr Stefan Mátéfi-Tempfli (European Campus Rottal-Inn) and the junior researcher Johannes Jakob (IPH Teisnach) were rewarded for their achievements at renowned international conferences.

 

 

The "Day of Research" series of events is aimed at a broad public from business, industry and society, at future students, interested employees and DIT students.

The aim of the series of events is to provide an insight into the research landscape of DIT with its four main research areas. Young researchers in particular present current research projects in the form of short lectures and posters at the Days of Research.

The best lecture will be honoured with the Best Presentation Award at the Day of Research. The trophy was designed by the design class at the Glasfachschule Zwiesel and produced in the educational institution's own factory.   

 

 

Please register for the virtual Day of Research of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology until 20 July 2020 under the following link: https://survey.th-deg.de

Event:

23 July 2020, 1 – 3 pm
Virtual event.

 

Contact:

Centre for Applied Research (Zentrum für Angewandte Forschung | ZAF)
Tag-der-forschung@th-deg.de
Martina Geier, Tel.: +49 991 3615 741
Esther Kinateder, Tel.: +49 991 3615 402

 

1 PM: OPENING AND GREETINGS

1:10 PM: SHORT PRESENTATIONS

SHORT - Security-Centered HiL-Platform Offering Risk-aware Testing
Roland Schöniger (Institut ProtectIT)

Setting Academic Standards in Intercultural Training at Universities without Losing Cultural Fluidity: The ECRI as an Example
Prof. Dr. Michelle Cummings-Koether/Oscar Blanco (European Campus Rottal-Inn ECRI)

EPOS2 - Energie Generator position radio
Andreas Federl (Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Media Technology)

Establishment of an atmosphere of practice development by implementing a Nursing Development Unit using the example of an oncological acute care unit
Oliver Quer (Faculty of Applied Health Sciences)

Projekt CITRAM – Citizen Science for Traffic Management
Markus Eider (Research Centre Modern Mobility)

DUV-LAS - CW laser sources in deep ultraviolet
Jessica Stelzl (TC Teisnach/Institute for Precision Machining and High Frequency Technology)

Development of the centre of competencies Bad Kötzting for training and further education of nursing and health care professionals in the Bavarian-Czech border region
André Soboczenski (Faculty of Applied Health Sciences)

Production of integrated optical waveguides in glass
Daniel Schäffer (TC Teisnach Sensorik)

Simulation-based optimisation of processes as the basis of an integrated management system
Lukas Spindler (Technology User Centre Spiegelau)

EcoHome – An innovative meeting place for the European Campus Rottal-Inn
Jennifer Huber (European Campus Rottal-Inn ECRI)

2 PM: AWARDS CEREMONY AND HONOURS

2:30 PM: POSTER SESSION AND NETWORKING

SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT, INNOVATIVE MATERIALS AND ENERGY

Development of a polishing agent supply for industry 4.0 applciations
Michael Benisch (TC Teisnach/Institute for Precision Machining and High Frequency Technology)

EcoHome – An innovative meeting place for the European Campus Rottal-Inn
Prof. Dr. Robert Feicht (European Campus Rottal-Inn ECRI)

MicroBubble
Tobias Helling (Technology User Centre Spiegelau)

Smart-Grid-Technologies for rural areas and SMEs
Siegfried Hildebrand (Faculty of Applied Computer Science)

Roboter-assisted polishing pf precision optics
Simon Killinger (TC Teisnach/Institute for Precision Machining and High Frequency Technology)

Production of integrated optical waveguides in glass
Daniel Schäffer (TC Teisnach Sensorik)

Design and optimisation of high frequency structures on organic printed circuit boards in the millimetre wave range
Felix Sepaintner (TC Teisnach/Institute for Precision Machining and High Frequency Technology)

Defects and their cause in optics production
Emilio Martin Zambrano (TC Teisnach/Institute for Precision Machining and High Frequency Technology)

Thermal conductivity measurements of thin films using 3ω method
Fabian Kühnel (Institute for Quality and Material Analysis IQMA)

Thermal characterisation of thin films using FEM simulations
Christoph Metzke (Institute for Quality and Material Analysis IQMA)

EPOS2 - Energy generator with position radio
Andreas Federl (Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Media Technology)

DUV-LAS - CW Laser sources in deep ultraviolet
Jessica Stelzl (TC Teisnach/Institute for Precision Machining and High Frequency Technology)

 

DIGITAL ECONOMY AND SOCIETY

Museum Uploaded – Digital technologies for interactive and cross-border museum cooperation
Anja Braehmer (TC Freyung)

Stacker On-Demand: Stacker call system to increase efficiency in intralogistics
Florian Wahl (TC Grafenau)

ShoeFID - Automatic determination of the fit of shoes with computer tomography for customer optimised purchase suggestions
Philipp Marx (Fraunhofer Application Center CT in Metrology)

A review on the recommended use of automated lecture recordings at universities
Dipl. Psych. Caroline Weber (Centre for Academic Further Education)

Simulation-based optimisation of processes as the basis of an integrated management system
Lukas Spindler (Technology User Centre Spiegelau)

SHORT - Security-Centered HiL-Platform Offering Risk-aware Testing
Roland Schöniger (Institute ProtectIT)

 

INTELLIGENT MOBILITY

Optimised charging planning for electric vehicle fleets
Nicki Bodenschatz (Faculty of Applied Computer Science)

Projekt CITRAM – Citizen Science for Traffic Management
Markus Eider (Research Centre Modern Mobility)

Projekt ELECTRIFIC – Enabling Seamless Electromobility Through Smart Vehicle-Grid Integration
Markus Eider (Research Centre Modern Mobility)

Recommendations for battery-friendly electric vehivle use based on Artificial Intelligence
Markus Eider (Research Centre Modern Mobility)

MLPaSSAD - New Multi-Layer Platforms for Security and Safety-Relevant Automated Driving Functions
Michael Heigl (Institute ProtectIT)

Anomaly detection and reaction in in-vehicle networks using artificial intelligence and machine learning methods
Dennis Duck (Institute ProtectIT)

 

INNOVATIVE WORKING ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTHY LIVING

Setting Academic Standards in Intercultural Training at Universities without Losing Cultural Fluidity: The ECRI as an Example
Prof. Dr. Michelle Cummings-Koether/Oscar Blanco (European Campus Rottal-Inn ECRI)

Development of the centre of competencies Bad Kötztinh for the training and further education of nursing and health care professions in the Bavarian-Czech Border region
André Soboczenski (Faculty of Applied Health Sciences)

How do affected people in Lower Bavaria seek psychosocial support?
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Agnes Nocon (European Campus Rottal-Inn ECRI)

Establishment of an atmosphere of practice development by implementing a Nursing Development Unit using the example of an oncologival acute care unit
Oliver Quer (Faculty of Applied Health Sciences)

Analysis of Legal and Regulatory Frameworks in Digital Health: A Comparison of Guidelines and Approaches in the European Union and the United States
Fara Aninha Fernandes (European Campus Rottal-Inn ECRI)

3 PM: END OF THE EVENT