Theodore von Kármán Fellows - Outgoings

 

Lutz Pauli

Portrait of Dr. Lutz Pauli Dr. Lutz Pauli

Postdoc at the Chair for Computation Analysis of Technical Systems, head of the modelling structural unit in the Computational Science and Engineering Profile Area or CompSE

Guest Stay

Cardiovascular Biomechanics Computation Lab, CBCL for short, at Stanford University, California, USA

Host

Professor Alison Marsden

Duration of Stay

March to May 2017

Dr. Lutz Pauli went to Stanford University in the US as a Theodore von Kármán Fellow in the spring of 2017. During his two-month stay he worked with researchers at the Cardiovascular Biomechanics Computation Lab, CBCL, on more efficiently including simulation processes into the surgical process.

I believe the idea of integrating simulation processes into surgical processes possesses a lot of potential, which is why I wanted further training in this field. Thanks to the Theodore von Kármán Fellowship I had funding to pursue this training. […] At the end of my stay we had many ideas for future collaboration. We are currently submitting a project proposal for the first collaboration together with a company in Aachen that is developing a new cardiac support system.

Lutz Pauli

Complete interview with Lutz Pauli.

 

Sabina Jeschke

Sabine Jeschke Peter Winandy

Professor of Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen and Head of the institute cluster IMA/ZWL & ifU

Guest Stay

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)

Host

Professor Mitchell M. Tseng

Duration of Stay

October to November 2014

Sabina Jeschke went to the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology as a RWTH Fellow in the fall of 2014. During her four-week research stay, she gave a lecture on the topic "Big Data – On Distributed Artificial Intelligence " at the engineering department and began plans for research collaboration with HKUST in the field of mobile robotics. A joint Master's program offered by RWTH, HKUST, and MIT was also initiated.

Aside from the intensive scientific discussions with Mitch Seng and his students, which provided me with valuable input for my research, the entire atmosphere at HKUST was very inspiring.

Many thanks to RWTH, the organizers and designers of the Theodore von Kármán-Fellowship Program, who made these informative experiences possible in many ways. The good organization of the program made the application, grant, and settlement process regarding the scholarship very simple – I'd recommend it to anyone! Thank you!

Sabina Jeschke