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Agenda FGE-Colloquia WiSe 2021/22

October 15th, 2021 | by

The agenda for the FGE colloquia, which will take place in the winter semester, is now available (see also online Flyer). The audience can expect three exciting events around the topic of energy technology and economics. We would be pleased to welcome you at the events.

The program:

04 November 2021
Dr. Andreas Nolde and Dominic Nailis, Büro für Energiewirtschaft und technische Planung GmbH, Aachen, Germany
Topic: The System Development Plan (SEP): A new element of infrastructure planning.
(The format of this event – depending on Corona protection requirements – will be announced later on the IAEW website).

November 25, 2021
Dr. Markus Imhof, Swissgrid AG.
Topic: System split in the European interconnected grid

January 27, 2022
Rogowski theme evening with Dr. Hendrik Neumann (Amprion GmbH), Dr. Christoph Maurer (Consentec GmbH), Heribert Hauck (TRIMET Aluminium SE), Dr. Christian Becker (STAWAG Stadtwerke Aachen AG and Line Niedeggen (Master student of physics).
Topic: Climate-neutral Germany by 2045 – What needs to be done?

The events on November 25, 2021 and January 27, 2022 will take place online. Dial-in information for the events will be available in time via the IAEW websites www.iaew.rwth-aachen.de and will also be sent via email.

The agenda for the FGE colloquia, which will take place in the winter semester, is now available (see also online Flyer). The audience can expect three exciting events around the topic of energy technology and economics. We would be pleased to welcome you at the events.

The program:

04 November 2021
Dr. Andreas Nolde and Dominic Nailis, Büro für Energiewirtschaft und technische Planung GmbH, Aachen, Germany
Topic: The System Development Plan (SEP): A new element of infrastructure planning.
(The format of this event – depending on Corona protection requirements – will be announced later on the IAEW website).

November 25, 2021
Dr. Markus Imhof, Swissgrid AG.
Topic: System split in the European interconnected grid

January 27, 2022
Rogowski theme evening with Dr. Hendrik Neumann (Amprion GmbH), Dr. Christoph Maurer (Consentec GmbH), Heribert Hauck (TRIMET Aluminium SE), Dr. Christian Becker (STAWAG Stadtwerke Aachen AG and Line Niedeggen (Master student of physics).
Topic: Climate-neutral Germany by 2045 – What needs to be done?

The events on November 25, 2021 and January 27, 2022 will take place online. Dial-in information for the events will be available in time via the IAEW websites www.iaew.rwth-aachen.de and will also be sent via email.

 

(Deutsch) Lernen. Forschen. Machen. – Der Digitale Alumni Tag 2021

October 7th, 2021 | by

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(Deutsch) FGE-Kolloquium: Sonnenfinsternis – eine Herausforderung für das europäische Verbundsystem der Stromnetze

July 9th, 2021 | by

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(Deutsch) FGE-Vortrag: Digitalisierung im Verteilnetz – Netztransparenz und Big Data Analytics für Netzbetrieb und Netzplanung

May 14th, 2021 | by

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(Deutsch) Online-Themenabend: “Karriereplanung in der Wissenschaft für junge Wissenschaftlerinnen”

March 23rd, 2021 | by

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Improving Communication Systems Using Machine Learning

February 26th, 2021 | by

Prof. Dr. Laurent Schmalen from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) contributes to our IKS event series with an online lecture entitled: „Improving Communication Systems Using Machine Learning“ Today, communication engineering still follows a model‐based design methodology influenced by the seminal design guidelines that were formulated by Claude Shannon in the 1940s. Such a model‐based approach may however not be suitable for many modern communication scenarios. In this talk, we show how we can augment communication systems using machine learning and in particular deep learning. In the first part of the talk, we show how machine learning can be used to optimize channel‐agnostic waveforms for an optical communication system. In the second part of the talk, we show how machine learning can be used to augment existing receiver algorithms and in particular channel decoding. We illustrate that short channel codes can be decoded with a performance close to the theoretical performance limits with significantly lower complexity than other state‐of‐the‐art methods

Prof. Dr. Laurent Schmalen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Date: March, 5th 2021 | 13.00 Uhr

You can find the access data in our event calendar 

2021 The Female Future of Tech

February 16th, 2021 | by

The Women’s Leadership Initiative was established to significantly increase the number of women entering the semiconductor market, as well as elevate their participation on both boards and leadership positions. The event will start with an insightful keynote from one of the most successful women in the European technology industry: Françoise Chombar, co-founder and CEO of MELEXIS, an integrated-circuits world leader. Furthermore, recently graduated women will share their personal experiences and explain why they recently chose to work in the technology and semiconductor industry. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions and facilitate virtual networking.

The event is complimentary to all students.
You can find the registration link and further information in our event calendar 

Prospective Student Information Day – WDR Contribution

January 19th, 2021 | by

Like many other events in the past months, this year’s study information day also took place virtually. We were allowed to give the WDR a look behind the scenes at our faculty.

Find the interview here