Hybrid Collaborative Doctoral Programme

The Hybrid Collaborative Doctoral Programme is concerned with forward-looking research topics to do with the development of hybrid motors and their peripheral systems.

Here, the focus of attention is not only on individual vehicles but also transport and distribution traffic with light and medium-sized commercial vehicles. Due to the complexity of the topic, a high-dimensional research, development and optimisation endeavour has been developed.

The doctoral programmes are carried out in collaboration with the University of Stuttgart. Industrial partners are Robert Bosch GmbH and Daimler AG.

More detailed information can be obtained from Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Thomas Brunner.

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