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Dipl.-Ing. Benjamin Dymel
Research Associate
Tel.: +49 (0)2051/93322-19
e-Mail: dymel@uni-wuppertal.de

 

Main fields of research

•    Security research in the field of drones
•    Applied shape memory technology
•    Science management concerning security-related research

Scientific career

After graduating from high school and having finished his military services, Benjamin Dymel studied mechanical engineering at Bochum University (RUB) with a special focus on micro engineering. During this time, he worked as a research assistant from 2010 to 2012 at the faculty of mechanical engineering and design theory (LMK). He was working within the field of shape memory technologies (SFB 459). In 2012, Benjamin Dymel was also working as a research assistant in the field of research and development with a focus on smart memory technology in Bochum. From 2012 until 2013, Benjamin Dymel worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Security Systems as part of Wuppertal University.

Since August 2014, he has been working at the Institute for Security Systems as a research associate after graduating at RUB. His key responsibilities are supporting the chair of mechatronics with respect to research and teaching, to supervise students’ works and to work on scientific publications. Benjamin Dymel also contributes to the development and measurement of test stands.


Scientific work

  • Diplom thesis on the subject “Development of an optic sensor to record the position and speed of a filter belt” (2013, Chair for laser applications technology at RUB)

  • Project thesis on the subject “Sequential recommendation of specific development know-how using the example of the knowledge base and methodology” (2013, Chair of mechanical engineering and design theory (LMK), RUB)

  • Student research project with the subject “Deriving transformational functions of printability for paper glazing” (2010, Chair of mechanical engineering and design theory (LMK), RUB)

Teaching


Benjamin Dymel supervises bachelor and master theses as well as project theses during term time. A job placement may also be absolved at the Institute for Security Systems. Possible topics are (among others):  

  • Innovative mechatronic technologies
  • Smart memory technologies
  • Scientific Evaluation

If you are interested in one of the possible topics (or if you even have own ideas) please contact Benjamin Dymel dymel@uni-wuppertal.de).

 

Publications

Dymel, B.: Posterpräsentation zu "Drones - Security Threat or Precaution — Application Possibilities and Research Needs", Commercial UAV Expo EU, Brüssel, Belgien, Juni 2017

Dymel, B.; Kampa, S.: Posterpräsentation zu "Drohnen – Bedrohung oder Sicherheitsmaßnahme? — Einsatzmöglichkeiten und Forschungsbedarfe", Innosecure, Düsseldorf, Deutschland, Mai 2017

Kampa, S.; Dymel, B.: Posterpräsentation zu "Unbemannte Fahrzeuge für assisted living — Praxisbeispiel für die selektive Wohnraumüberwachung in der Zukunft", Innosecure, Düsseldorf, Deutschland, Mai 2017

Theiß, R.; Dymel, B.: Schlussbericht zu dem IGF-Vorhaben "Dampfung von Schwingungen an Kreissägeblättern mit formgedächtnisbasierten Dämpfungselementen", IGF-Vorhaben 17828 N, Köln, Deutschland, März 2016

Theiß, R.; Wolf, K.-D.; Dymel, B.: Formgedächtnistechnik in Schließsystemen. Tagungsband innosecure 2015, 22.04.2015-23.04.2015, Velbert, Deutschland, 2015

Theiß, R.; Dymel, B.; Langbein, S.; Nürnberg, T.: Damping properties of steel, copper and niti for use in industrial circular saws. SMASIS 2015, 21.-23.09.2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

 

Presentations

"Einsatzmöglichkeiten von Formgedächtnismaterialien in Sicherungssystemen", VDI-Ausschuss 103, Innovative Produktion im Fachbereich Produktionstechnik, C.Ed.Schulte GmbH, Velbert, Deutschland, November 2015

 

Participation in conferences and congresses 

  • Zivile Drohnen im Industrieeinsatz 2017 (2. VDI-Konferenz), Raunheim, Deutschland, Juli 2017
  • Copter Stammtisch (BVCP), Essen, Deutschland, Juni 2017
  • 12. Bergisches Qualitätsforum 2017 (Thema: Automatisiertes & Vernetztes Fahren sowie Smart Factory), Wuppertal, Deutschland, Juni 2017
  • Commercial UAV Expo EU, Brüssel, Belgien, Juni 2017
  • Innosecure 2017, Düsseldorf, Deutschland, Mai 2017
  • CeBIT 2017, Hannover, Deutschland, März 2017
  • U.T.SEC, Nürnberg, Deutschland, März 2017
  • Projekttreffen - FOUNT², Köln, Deutschland, Februar 2017
  • Copter Stammtisch (BVCP), Essen, Deutschland, Dezember 2016
  • Auftaktveranstaltung zu den Förderrichtlinien "Zivile Sicherheit - Innovative Rettungs- und Sicherheitssysteme" (SIFO 2017), Berlin, Deutschland, Oktober 2016
  • Sicherheitsmesse "Security" 2016, Essen, Deutschland, September 2016
  • Auf Nummer Sicher: Sicherheitstechnik und Einbruchschutzsysteme auf dem Prüfstand (TÜV Rheinland Akademie), Köln, Deutschland, Juli 2016
  • Seminar - Bosch Sensortec MEMS Sensor Workshop, Lüdenscheid, Deutschland, April 2016
  • Fensterbau Frontal, Nürnberg, Deutschland, März 2016
  • CeBIT 2016, Hannover, Deutschland, März 2016
  • Innosecure 2015, Velbert, Deutschland, April 2015
  • Sicherheitsmesse "Security" 2014, Essen, Deutschland, September 2014

Contact

Institute for security systems

University of Wuppertal
Institute for security systems (ISS)
Talstr. 71
42551 Velbert

T: +49 (0)2051/93322-0
Q: +49 (0)2051/93322-29

info(at)iss.uni-wuppertal.de


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