Research assistant

Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Matthias Wolf

Market-oriented component design and development, innovation introduction

Employees in the area Joining

T +49 (0) 355 69 4256
F +49 (0) 355 69 5152
Teaching building 3B / Room 201
matthias.wolf(at)b-tu.de

Office hours by arrangement

  • PVT collectors
  • Ceramic materials
  • Technology transfer to companies

2005
graduation in industrial engineering at the BTU Cottbus

2005 - 2006
Research assistant at the chair of design and manufacturing at BTU Cottbus

Since 2007
academic assistant at the chair of joining and welding technology at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg

2015 - 2019
Staff member of the InnoProfile transfer project "Lightweight construction with structured materials"

Development of joining technology solutions for the production of a photovoltaic-solar-thermal hybrid module and simulation-based optimization of the PV laminate structure - AiF ZIM
Collaborator in the InnoProfile transfer project "Lightweight construction with structured materials"- BMBF
Production of a novel contacting of ceramic heat conductors and development of a ceramic electrical insulation - AiF ZIM
NFG: Generative manufacturing processes of gradient lightweight materials - ESF
Innovative manufacturing technology of complex high-performance ceramic components by joining techniques: Laser joining of ceramic materials and mixed joints (metal-ceramic)" - MWFK
Production of complex high-performance ceramic components based on aluminium oxide by joining techniques and rapid manufacturing - AiF ZIM
Production of high-precision ceramic components based on Al2O3 by microplasma joining - MWFK
Application for large-scale research equipment "Robot-supported 3D laser processing center" - DFG, MWFK
Collaboration in the project "Ballistic Protective Plates - Experimental and Computer Aided Optimization and Evaluation - Single Bodies, Joints and Composites" - AiF ZIM
Collaboration in the project "Novel alumina-mullite materials for refractory applications - physical and FE simulation of thermal shock behaviour" - DFG