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Thomas Pawlik
M.Sc.

Thomas Pawlik

Forschungstätigkeit / Research activities:

Thomas Pawlik forscht im Rahmen seiner Promotion zu der Optimierung der Gebäudetechnik und des Energiemanagements unter Berücksichtigung unkonventioneller Komponenten.

As part of his doctoral thesis, Thomas Pawlik is researching the optimization of building technology and energy management, taking into account unconventional components.

Berufstätigkeit / Employment:

Bereits während seines Master-Studiums stieg Pawlik als wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in die Arbeitsgruppe Regelungstechnik und Simulation ein. Seit 2014 ist er hier tätig. Pawlik ist Mitglied des Vereins Deutscher Ingenieure (VDI).

Pawlik joined the control engineering and simulation working group as a research assistant during his master’s degree. He has been working here since 2014. Pawlik is a member of the Association of German Engineers (VDI).

Akademische Ausbildung / Academic education:

Nach Abschluss seines Bachelor-Studiums des Maschinenbaus an der Technischen Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe (TH OWL) im Jahr 2013, begann Pawlik in demselben Jahr das Master-Studium der Mechatronik an der TH OWL, welches er 2014 abschloss.

After completing his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering at the OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts (TH OWL) in 2013, Pawlik began his master's degree in mechatronics at the TH OWL in the same year, which he completed in 2014.

Projekte

Future Energy/ Quarter Energy - Energy research for neighbourhoods, mobility and work environments

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The successful design of the energy transition for an environmentally friendly, affordable and reliable supply is a...
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Publications

Optimized operation of long-term storages considering a scalable modelling depth

2019
The control and structural expansion of decentralized energy systems are very challenging due to the volatility of...
Autoren
  • Griese, M.
  • Pawlik, T.
  • Schulte, T.

In: ECOS 2019 (2019). The 32nd International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems.

Location: Wroclaw.

Promotionen

Optimising heat supply systems for residential districts in consideration of fluctuating renewable energies

In comparison to the electrical sector the thermal sector is more heterogeneous. These leads to a high complexity...
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  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Strunz, Technische Universität Berlin