Approved Start-Up Projects 2015

 
RWTH Start-Up 2015 Topic Institute/Chair
Dr.-Ing. Okyay Altay Entwicklung eines semi-aktiven Piezokeramikabsorbers zur Körper-schallreduktion in Eisenbahnbrücken Chair of Structural Analysis and Dynamics
Dr. David Antons Determinanten der Reputation deutscher Hochschulen Innovation, Strategy, and Organization Group
Dr. Tobias Beck Protein Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
Dr. Tim den Hartog Selective C-C bond cleavage in alkoxides, applicable in lignin valorization Institute of Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry (ITMC)
Dr. Florian Fruth, Tekn. Dr., M.Sc. ETH CSE

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Institute of Jet Propulsion and Turbomachinery
Dr. drs. Maria Juliëtte Wilhelmina (Marjolein) Harmsen - van Hout Effort and Accuracy in social Preferences Chair of Economics, particularly Energy Economics
Prof. Dr. Ming Hu Explore the Potential of Organic/Inorganic Superlattices as High Efficiency Thermoelectrics Institute of Mineral Engineering (GHI), Junior Professorship of Materials Modeling - atomic order hierarchy
Dr. med. Behzad Kharabi Masouleh Defining the Role of Inhibitors of Differentiation (ID) molecules in Ph+ acute lymphoblastic leukemia Department of Oncology, Hematology, and Stem Cell Transplantation (Department of Medicine IV)
Tobias Luginsland, Dr. sc. (ETH) Towards the development of Micro-Aerial-Vehicles (MAV) by means of numerical investigations of membrane-wing aerodynamics Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science (AICES)
Dr. Peter Nemes – Incze Simultaneous scanning tunneling microscopy and charge transport measurement of the relativistic quantum Hall effect in graphene Institute of Physics II B
Sophie A. Nolden, Ph.D. Denoising the brain’s amp – Brain activity related to auditory attention Institute of Psychology I - Cognitive and Experimental Psychology
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marina Petrova Design and evaluation of a novel directive MAC protocol for mmwavecommunication systems Self-Organized Networks
Prof. Dr. Giulia Rossetti Common molecular causes of schizophrenia and autism related to lipid metabolism Computer-based Molecular Science at RWTH
Gerard Jan Verbiest, PhD Towards a Microscopic Gyrator from Encapsulated Graphene Chair of Experimental Physics (Solid-State Physics) and Institute of Physics II
Dr. Agnieszka Weinandy Die Rolle von Caveolin-3 als therapeutischer Biomarker im Glioblastom Department of Neurosurgery