The efi faculty is currently involved in the following projects:

  • Increasing efficiency in electric drive trains - Prof. Dietz
  • Energy-efficient control concepts for drive systems and power-electronic energy systems (project phase EnCN 2.0 - 2017-2021) - Prof. Dietz
  • KaskaEE - Cascade machine as a generator for decentralized, regenerative energy generation - Prof. Dietz
  • Compensating for harmonics in electricity networks - Prof. Graß
  • Increasing the efficiency of electrical machines - Prof. Kremser
  • Optimizing technical building systems - Prof. Kießling
  • Iron losses in rotating electrical machines - Prof. Kremser
  • Innovative energy-efficient drives with multiphase machines (project phase EnCN 2.0 - 2017-2021) - Prof. Kremser
  • A synchronous reluctance machine as a dynamic, electrical drive not requiring rare earths - Prof. Kremser
  • VERINA - Magnetic hysteresis in hard-magnetic substances in highly dynamic electrical industrial drive systems - Prof. Kremser
  • Active motor base - Active vibration damping of electrical machines on elastic steel frame constructions - Prof. Werner
  • impACt B - Influence of manufacturing process on AC - motors technical behavior - Prof. Werner
Future cities and buildings
  • Optimizing technical building systems - Prof. Kießling
  • Herzobase - Electrical engineering for energy-plus houses - Prof. Kießling                               
  • SUN Microgrid with wind, PV, redox flow battery - Prof. Kießling  
  • Smart City Demo - Prof. Kießling (with the MB Faculty: Prof. Dentel) 

    • MicroRankine - plant technology for the conversion of waste heat into electricity using a steam process - Prof. Opferkuch 
    • NDSens - sensor technology and control for efficient chillers and heat pumps - Prof. Opferkuch
    • Decentralized energy storage systems - Prof. Opferkuch
      Future cities and buildings
      Automation and production technology
      • Fiktat 4.0 - Flexible and intelligent small drive technology for industry (model-based predictive control) - Prof. Dietz