Consulting and Services


Our institutes cooperate with companies or institutions in many areas. Here you will find examples from our range of services:

Institute of Electrical Machines - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kay Hameyer

The institute has a great know-how in the areas:

  • Design and optimization of electrical machines, drives, actuators and transformers
  • Design and testing of insulating systems
  • Characterization of soft magnetic materials in its own material laboratory
  • Modeling of soft and hard magnetic materials
  • Application of new materials in the construction of electric machines
  • Numeric field computation
  • Simulation technology
  • Reduction of noise and acoustic optimization of electric drives, generators and transformers
  • Characterization and operational-test measurement of electrical drive systems at the institute’s in-house test center with over 30 test benches
  • Electromagnetic sensor systems
  • Determination of manufacturing influences and design for manufacturing
  • Construction and prototype manufacturing of electrical drives
  • Support for development and start-up of volume production

Application areas:

  • Automobile (main and hybrid drives, generators, auxiliary drives and actuators)
  • Wind power
  • Industry
  • Household
  • Linear actuators and magnetic levitation systems
  • Inductive heating methods

Please contact the chief engineers: .


Institute for Communication Technologies and Embedded Systems - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerd Ascheid, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Rainer Leupers

ICE is a competent partner with comprehensive expertise in the following topics:

  • M2M communications (via mobile networks, WiFi, BT)
  • Sensor signal processing: theory, algorithms, machine learning approaches, implementation
  • Baseband signal processing for wireless systems: theory, algorithms, implementation
  • Design and programming of application-specific HW/SW components and systems
  • Architecture design for embedded processors and multiprocessor systems-on-chip
  • Electronic design automation
  • C compilers for embedded processors and multicore systems
  • Simulation and virtual prototyping for microelectronic systems

Application domains:

  • Highly reliable communication systems
  • Multimedia
  • Automotive
  • Industry 4.0/industrial internet
  • Smart city
  • Hardware security

Institute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1 (Microsystem Technologies) – Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Wilfried Mokwa

The Institute has longstanding experience in the following areas:

  • Cleanroom technology
  • Development of microsystems technologies
  • Development of microsystems
  • Development of microfluidic systems
  • Deposition (evaporation, sputtering, pyrolysis) of thin and also biocompatible films
  • Development of flexible tapes
  • Finite elements simulation of mechanical and microfluidic applications


Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics (IAEW) - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Albert Moser

Key aspects in research and teaching of IAEW are the mathematical simulation, optimization and evaluation of technical and economic development and behavior of the electrical power system. In particular electric power generation, transmission and distribution are key components of our work, but we also focus on profit maximization, quality of supply and environmental sustainability. The Institute is a competent partner with expertise and many years of experience in the areas of:

  • Evaluation of network expansion projects in distribution and transmission grids with consideration of flexibilities (e.g. curtailment of renewables)
  • Simulation of network operation and optimisation of power flow controlling devices and flexibility in distribution and transmission grids
  • Determination of impact of new regulatory instruments on distribution grid planning
  • Fundamental simulation of future market prices (e.g. for evaluating efficiency of power plants/energy storages)
  • Evaluation of system adequacy for future scenarios
  • Reliability calculations of electric supply systems
  • Feasibility studies for overhead lines in grid planning with regards to electromagnetic interference

Our models are constantly improved, extended and adapted to cope with actual research projects or on customer requests. If we have aroused your interest, please contact the chief engineers of the Institute ().