Hochschule Bremen Biomimetics-Innovation-Centre

The City University of Applied Sciences Bremen is a higher education establishment and has 600 employees. It was the first university worldwide, which offers academic studies in biomimetic (BSc, MSc). The Bionics-Innovation-Centre of City University of Applied Sciences Bremen has around 20 employees and is engaged in the identification and investigation of physical phenomena in nature and transfer of the latter to technical application

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Prof. Dr. Antonia B. Kesel

Professor of Technical Zoology and Biomimetics
Work Package Leader

Prof. Dr. Antonia B Kesel studied biology. She received her diploma, doctor degree and habilitation (zoology and technical biology & biomimetics) from Saarland University, Germany. Since 2003 she is professor of technical zoology and biomimetics (or bionics) at HSB.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Albert J. Baars

Researcher, Group Leader Computation Fluid Dynamics
Work Package Leader

AIRCOAT is a challenging project with high potential for environment protection

Albert J. Baars received the diploma in mechanical engineering from Essen University, the doctor degree from Technical University Munich and the habilitation from Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. There he worked in the fields of two phase flows, thermo-fluid-dynamics of high pressure processes. Since 2007 he is professor of fluid dynamics at HSB. He is founder and organizer of the Bremen Bionic Seminar. His research interests are computational fluid dynamics of turbulent and two-phase flows.

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PROJECT COORDINATOR

Johannes Oeffner
Fraunhofer CML
Johannes.Oeffner@cml.fraunhofer.de

COMMUNICATION CONTACT

Hadil J.S. Ayoub
REVOLVE
hadil@revolve.media

The AIRCOAT project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°764553.

PROJECT COORDINATOR

Johannes Oeffner
Fraunhofer CML
Johannes.Oeffner@cml.fraunhofer.de

COMMUNICATION CONTACT

Hadil J.S. Ayoub
REVOLVE
hadil@revolve.media

The AIRCOAT project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°764553.