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Graduate Students

Very central contributions to the work in Task 39 were made in the frame of PhD and master projects with our Task 39 research and industry partners.

Angelika Hagauer Angelika Hagauer: Aging behavior of novel polyolefin compounds for heat stores. Master thesis, 2011, University of Leoben in co-operation with the PCCL and the Institute of Polymeric Materials and Testing at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU-IPMT) -- Abstract 
Miriam Falk Miriam Falk, Spectroscopic analysis of the aging behavior of polymers for solar thermal applications. Diploma thesis, University of Ulm, Germany, Oct. 2010 (in co-operation with Fraunhofer ISE). -- Abstract
Matjaz Kozelj Matja� Ko�elj, Synthesis of substituted trialkoxysilanes and their use for preparation of materials via sol-gel route. PhD thesis, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2010. -- Abstract
Markus Mikl Markus Mikl, Fabrication and characterization of thermotropic systems with fixed domains. Master Thesis, University of Leoben, Austria, September 2010 (in cooperation with PCCL).
Chistoph Stover Christoph St�ver, AFM aging analysis of polymeric materials for solar thermal applications. Diploma thesis, University of Ulm, Germany, Oct. 2010 (in co-operation with Fraunhofer ISE). -- Abstract
Andreas Weber Andreas Weber, Analysis of morphology and switching process of thermotropic polymers by atomic force microscopy, Master thesis, University of Leoben, Austria, June 2010 (in cooperation with PCCL).
Fabian Ochs, Modelling Large-Scale Thermal Energy Stores. PhD thesis.  University of Stuttgart, Germany, Nov. 2009. -- Abstract

Ivan Jerman, Multifunctional polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes as metal, textile and polymeric resin binder modifiers. PhD thesis. National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubliana, Slovenia, June 2009 (in co-operation with COLOR). -- Abstract

Susanne Kahlen, Aging behavior of polymeric absorber materials for solar thermal collectors, University of Leoben, Leoben, Austria, Mai 2009 (in co-operation with PCCL). -- Abstract

Julien Dumas, �tude de conception d�un capteur solaire thermique en mat�riaux polym�res. Diploma thesis, Universit� de Technologie de Compi�gne, France, Febr. 2009 (in co-operation with CEA-INES). -- Abstract

Maria Cristina Munari-Probst, Architectural integration and design of solar thermal systems. PhD thesis, �cole Polytechnique F�d�rale de Lausanne EPFL, Switzerland, Dec. 2008. -- Abstract

Katharina Resch, Polymeric Thermotropic Materials for Overheating Protection of Solar Collectors. PhD thesis, University of Leoben, Austria, Nov. 2008 (in co-operation with PCCL). -- Abstract

Andres L. Olivares, Service life estimation of a polymeric solar absorber. PhD thesis, University of Oslo, Norway, April 2008. -- Abstract

 

Steffen Jack, Simulationsgest�tzte Qualifizierung neuer Konzepte zur Gestaltung von thermischen Solarkollektoren auf Polymerbasis. Master thesis, FHTW Berlin, Sept. 2008 (in co-operation with ISE). -- Abstract

Eva Stricker, Untersuchung der Machbarkeit polymerbasierter Solarthermiekollektoren mit wirtschaftlicher Bewertung. Master thesis, University of Flensburg, Germany, Aug. 2007 (in co-operation with ISE). -- Abstract

Hannes Franke, Konzeptstudie zur Optimierung von Temperaturverteilung und W�rme�bergang in polymeren Solarabsorbern mittels FEM-Simulation. Diploma thesis, June 2007 (in co-operation with ISE and FH Konstanz). -- Abstract

Nele Rumler, Untersuchung von Kunststoffkollektoren hinsichtlich �berhitzung im Stillstandsfall, Master thesis, HTWK Leizpig, Germany, Dec. 2006 (in co-operation with University of Oslo).

Jo Gjessing, Venting as method for the reduction of the stagnation temperature in solar thermal collectors, Master thesis, University of Oslo, Norway, Dec. 2006. -- Abstract

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