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SEED research project: Potential location determined for Energy-Hub for sustainable energy supply to informal settlements

The SEED partners, including the teams of the Geographical Institute of the University of Bayreuth (UBT), the industrial partner Phaesun GmbH as well… more

InES visit to Eichenseher Ingenieure GmbH in Pfaffenhofen

Direct exchange with industry partners is essential for gaining scientific knowledge. On 10 September 2021, researchers from the Institute of New… more

Experts on the simulation of sustainable energy systems visit THI

Once a year, the user community of the CARNOT toolbox, an application within the MATLAB/Simulink simulation environment, meets for a professional… more

Digital conference as part of the project "Rural Energy Supply of the Future"

Over 350 participants discuss new approaches for the heat transition during the digital conference. From 2026 onwards, the installation of oil-based… more

Virtual start in the SEED project

At the beginning of June, the project partners of the joint project "Sustainable Energy Education Districts for Informal Settlements" (SEED) met for… more

Activities

In addition to the industrial research, publicly funded research projects with industrial involvement and project-based support by appropriate funding institutions within the energy and environmental technology are of central importance. Further, the Institute for New Energy Systems (InES) is involved in several national and international research networks, such as the Solar Heating and Cooling Programme of the International Energy Agency. Institute scientists are also represented in numerous national and international committees and advisory boards.

Particular attention will be given at InES on the education and training of young scientists, so that  a number of research projects are connected to the promotion or the master's degree of a project team member. Here, several doctoral research and research-related Master's theses have already been successfully completed. Secondly, students from all study courses of the Technical University of Ingolstadt and from national and international partner universities are actively involved in the research projects.
From the research activities of InES more than 120 scientific publications and lectures so far resulted in English and German.

 

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Head of Institute

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wilfried Zörner
Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)
Phone: +49 841 9348-2270
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Dr. Christoph Trinkl
Head of Institute of new Energy Systems (InES)
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