Martin Tschiersky

 

Name

M. Tschiersky (Martin)

Department

Mechanical Automation and Mechatronics

Faculty of Engineering Technology

Building, Room

Horstring (building number 21)

HR, Z-228

Tel.

+31 53 489 5571

Tel. Secretary

+31 53 489 2502

E-mail

Mail to M. Tschiersky

Position

PhD Researcher

Further information

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Postal address

M. Tschiersky, MSc

University of Twente

Faculty of Engineering Technology (CTW)

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Automation and Mechatronics

Horstring, room HR Z-228

P.O. Box 217

7500 AE Enschede

The Netherlands

 

Education

2012 – 2014

Master degree Mechanical Engineering (Product Engineering)
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

2008 – 2012

Bachelor degree Mechanical Engineering (Product Engineering)
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Employment record

06/2015 – 02/2016

Intern in an innovation project of the Corporate Division,
Bosch Corporation, Japan

09/2011 – 11/2013

Research assistant at the Chair of Engineering Design and Plastics Machinery, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Research

Current Research:

Compliant Shell Structures in Upper Extremity Exoskeletons

▪ Development of an arm exoskeleton based on shell mechanisms, which are thin-walled structures that can move due to large elastic deflections. Shell mechanisms are characterized by a high degree of function integration and enable the creation of hollow, thin-walled mechanisms that are extremely slender, lightweight and robust.

Former Research:

Injection moulding of highly filled thermoplastic compounds

▪ Application of injection moulding simulation on highly filled, electrically conductive polyphenylene sulphide compounds based on process-oriented material data

▪ Optimization of an injection moulding system by development of a process-calibrated model for electrically conductive thermo plastics

Teaching

 

Other Activities

09/2014 – 03/2016

Scholarship Holder in the program "Japanese Studies and Professional Training in Japan" sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

Program Outline:

▪ 10 month of language studies at the Tokyo School of the Japanese Language, Naganuma School

▪ 8 month of work experience in a Japanese or international company in Japan

Publications

Injection molding simulation with variothermal mold temperature control of highly filled polyphenylene sulfide (co-author), 30th International Conference of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS-30), 2014, (http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4918417)