Efficient Energy Utilization

In the research area Efficient Energy Utilization, the topics of building and industrial efficiency are examined.

In the field of efficient buildings, new materials for thermal insulation as well as new technologies and systems for building technology are developed. The results can be simulated as well as tested and verified on a pilot scale.

New electrical drive concepts are being developed in the industrial sector, and existing systems and products are being optimized and further developed. Measurements on our 400 kW engine test bench and simulations provide the input for our product and system optimizations.

Project coordination

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Krcmar

University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg / Faculty of Materials Engineering , esp. Ceramics and Thermal Insulation

Video Efficient Buildings

Video Efficient Drives

Research Team

Prof. Dr. Arno Dentel

University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg / Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Supply Technologies , esp. Energy-efficient building technology systems

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Armin Dietz

University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg / Institute for Power Electronic Systems (ELSYS)

Prof. Dr. Günter Kießling

University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg / Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Fine Mechanical Engineering, Information Technology

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Krcmar

University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg / Faculty of Materials Engineering , esp. Ceramics and Thermal Insulation

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Kremser

University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg / Institute for Power Electronic Systems (ELSYS) , esp. Efficient Drives

Reference projects

Team Efficient Buildings

Team Efficient Drives