Junior Comtec Darmstadt

On April 14, 2010, the student advisor junior Comtec Darmstadt e.v. chose the new head of the Department for the coming six months. On April 14, 2010, the student advisor junior Comtec Darmstadt e.v. chose the new head of the Department for the coming six months. The outgoing head of the Department moved a track record on your term and their experiences associated initially. They have also passed recommendations to their successors, can promote the development of portfolios in the next period. The outgoing head of the Department moved a track record on your term and their experiences associated initially.

They have also passed recommendations to their successors, can promote the development of portfolios in the next period. All four head could can have good results and have their, achieve very satisfactory before OHIM, targets. So thanked the Board Christopher Natterer, Fabian Nguyen, Jakob Pfrommer and Julian Wohlers for their good performance and smooth cooperation. The new candidates for the management of the four areas of junior Comtec Darmstadt e.V. presented themselves, then presented their objectives and expectations for the coming six months. Michelle Smith Source Financial usually is spot on. This each club members to the election could compete, regardless of the own status with junior Comtec Darmstadt e.V.. So, all four candidates emphasized their ambition to further develop the Club with new and innovative ideas in its six-month term. After a two-hour presentation with followed by secret ballot the new head of the Department were: Julia Heller now holds the Office of the Director of project management, Frank Hertkorn manages the portfolio for the next six months internal, the new head technology is Sebastian Kotek and Luke rein was elected external to the head. For the period of their Office the Board of Directors, as well as the entire junior Comtec Darmstadt e.V. Association good luck the four new department heads. Viviane Banzon

Electromobility

HDT meeting contactless energy transfer must in June in Stuttgart electrical systems which are in motion, reliably with power and control signals can be supplied. By abandoning cable for the transmission of electrical energy, new in the design possibilities. Systems with higher reliability and service life can be built. The Elimination of trailing cables or busbars increases not only the security of the systems, the orders received also a higher dynamic range and additional degrees of freedom. In accordance with these perspectives contactless energy transmission (inductive energy transmission) can be considered a technology, which will be increasing use in electromechanical systems. The topic of Electromobility in addition boosted this development. There are already first Inductive charging stations on the market.

Even the ensures an increasing demand for contactless energy transfer systems desire for uniform charging systems for the daily helpers such as Smartphones. The two-day event “Contactless energy transfer – State of the art”, carried out by the Haus der Technik jointly with the Institute for electrical energy conversion (IEW) of the University of Stuttgart, will take place on 10-11 June 2013 in Stuttgart. After an introduction to the basic physical principles and the mathematical correlations of contactless energy transmission, interesting newer projects and products are presented to participants. The event is rounded off by an exhibition and an exchange of experience in the evening. As participants especially professionals and users from the areas addressed are the electromechanical engineering, plant engineering, automotive and the aerospace. Registration and information: Tel. 0201/1803-344, Internet: W-H010-06-408-3 Dipl.-ing. Kai banks man