TU Berlin – Methods for Product Development and Mechatronics – E-Mobility Research Network

Education and Research

The Methods for Product Development and Mechatronics Office at TU Berlin under Prof. Dietmar Göhlich coordinates the e-mobility research network (www.e-mobility.tu-berlin.de), which is composed of 24 chairs, covers practically the entire value chain of electromobility and has competencies in nearly all research areas relating to electromobility. The research ranges from storage technologies to electrical drives and from vehicle safety to the question of what the city of the future in the age of electromobility will look like. This network utilizes synergies, implements joint projects and strengthens collaboration with partner universities at home and abroad.

Contact

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Göhlich
MPM TU Berlin - Sekr. H10 
Straße des 17. Juni 135
10623 Berlin   
dietmar.goehlich@tu-berlin.de
+49 (0) 30 314 22842
www.mpm.tu-berlin.de

Primary Added Value

Education and Research

The research priorities of the Methods for Product Development and Mechatronics Office are technology assessment, product development, modeling and diagnosis of mechatronics systems and electric vehicles. The chair's previous experience includes: designing, operating and controlling an electric bus line in the city center of Berlin with innovative inductive charging technology as part of the E-bus Berlin project; integrating energy transition, smart grids and electrified passenger transport as well as commercial traffic within the Mobility2Grid research campus on the EUREF campus in Berlin Schöneberg in collaboration with Berlin city cleaning and Berlin transport companies; developing and constructing an ultra-light miniature electric vehicle in the framework of the Berlin City Vehicle project. Further details at http://www.mpm.tu-berlin.de/

 

 

Overview

  • TU Berlin – Methods for Product Development and Mechatronics – E-Mobility Research Network
  • Headquarter: Berlin
  • Employees electromobility: 10-19
  • Employees region Berlin-Brandenburg: 10-19
  • Primary Added Value: Education and Research