SENSORITHM Rhein-Main – Selbstlernende Sensorsysteme für Natur und Technik

Based on the jury’s recommendation, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) announced the 15 future cluster finalists of the second round of the competition. Coordinating institution of SENSORITHM Rhein-Main – Selbstlernende Sensorsysteme für Natur und Technik: Johann Wolfgang Goethe‐Universität Frankfurt am Main (Speaker: Dr. Jochen Moll, Prof. Viktor Krozer) Project partners: Technical University...
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Article published in Ultrasonics

A joint work with Mahindra Rautela and Prof. S. Gopalakrishnan (Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India) was accepted for publication in the journal of Ultrasonics. Abstract: Structural Health Monitoring of composite structures is one of the signifi cant challenges faced by the aerospace industry. A combined two-level damage identi fication viz damage detection...
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Invited Talk: Evidence-based bat conservation

The Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research organized a large online meeting with about 370 participants with the title “Evidenzbasierter Fledermausschutz bei Windkraftvorhaben”. I was invited by Dr. C. Voigt to report on our recent developments in the MultiRadar project. The title of the presentation was “Millimeter wave radar for bat monitoring in the...
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Submission deadline for special issue extended

The submission deadline for the Sensors special issue “Smart Sensors for Damage Detection” has been extended. More information: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors/special_issues/smart_sensors_damage_detection
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DFG project FEDORA receives funding

The FEDORA project aims at biomedical applications using millimeter waves. I am happy to continue the fruitful collaboration with Dr. S. Chamaani (K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Iran) Grant number: 464551671 (Initiation of International Collaboration Programme)
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Article published in Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung

So far, around 30,000 wind turbines (WT) have been installed in Germany, and the trend is still rising. To protect bats and birds, operators must in many cases implement shutdown algorithms to reduce mortality. Risks are posed by a possible collision with the rotor blades or, especially in the case of bats, due to barotrauma...
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