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21/11/2013"Einführung in die Geophysik" written by Christoph Clauser (GGE)
New book entitled "Einführung in die Geophysik" written by GGE Director Christoph Clauser is available
08/11/2013E.ON ERC at RWTH Science Night 2013
The RWTH "Wissenschaftsnacht" took place at November 8th.
01/08/2013New Book Written by FCN Researcher Ray Galvin
New book entitled "A Critical Appraisal of Germany’s Thermal Retrofit Policy: Turning Down the Heat" written by FCN researcher Ray Galvin and his Cambridge University colleague Minna Sunikka-Blank is available
17/07/2013E.ON ERC Colloquium Prof. Dr. Jayant Baliga, North Carolina State University, USA
In the context of the E.ON Energy Research Center Colloquium Series Prof. Dr. Jayant Baliga from the North Carolina State University gave a presentation about "Research and Scholarship for Enabling a Sustainbable Society" on July 17, 2013.
21/06/2013Aachener Tag der Geowissenschaften at E.ON Energy Research Center
The Geotag 2013 – organized this year by the Institute for Applied Geophysics (GGE) – took place 21 June 2013 at E.ON ERC.
26/04/2013Girls'Day 2013 at E.ON ERC
This year, the E.ON Energy Research Center again participated very successfully in “Girl’s Day”. 15 girls from Aachen and beyond got an exciting insight into Energy Research.
E.ON ERC on Facebook
E.ON ERC has a Facebook site that shows actual information on research, courses and events.
EnEff:Campus: Optimization of energy-based systems in campus-like real estate
RWTH Aachen University’s Melaten campus and the campus at the Research Centre Jülich are supplied via their own heating networks. In order to identify potential for optimization throughout the entire energy usage chain, these complex hydraulic systems have to be dynamically recorded.
Therefore, by the end of 2014 a simulation process was developed in the project “EnEff:Campus” which depicts the thermodynamic processes of the heat supply in a time-resolved and detailed manner. The aim is to show the possibilities of reducing the university properties’ primary energy demand.