Teaching faculty

NAME
  • Bastian Schumacher
    Program management of the international master degree program “Global Production Engineering” (Link: http://www.gpe.tu-berlin.de).
    Mr. Schumacher achieved a M.Sc. and B. Eng degrees from Technical University at Berlin. Currently, he is a Doctoral Candidate from Technical University at Berlin. ………………………………………………………………………………………………
    Field expertise:
    Material flow simulation / discrete-event simulation
    Discrete-event simulation in production control
    Learnstruments / sustainable value creation
    Gamification
    Taught courses:
    - SPS: Simulation of Production Systems
    - Scientific Writing: Seminar
  • Dr. Thanh Tran Trung
    Dr. Tran Trung Thanh received both BSc degree (2002) and Master degree (2005) in Mechanics from Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam. He holds a first PhD degree (2012) in Mechanical Engineering from Jeju National University, South Korea and second PhD degree (2016) in Aerospace Engineering, Old Dominion University, United States. --------------------------------- Field expertise:
    • Automation Technology and Robotics
    • Additive Manufacturing
    • Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
    • Dynamics and Control
    • Computational Intelligence
    Taught courses:
    Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Vietnam
    - ME201: Static Mechanics, (Fall 2004), Vietnam
    - ME220: Solid Mechanics (2005-2017), Vietnam
    - ME302: Theory of Elasticity, (Fall 2007)
    - 4090223: Industrial Robot (Spring 2016)
    - ME 640: Finite Element Analysis (Spring 2017)

    Old Dominion University, USA
    - MAE503: Flight Mechanics (Spring 2015)

    Vietnamese-German University, Vietnam
    - AFEMT: Application of FEM Technology
    - MP: Manufacturing Project
    - ATR2018:Automation Technology and Robotics
    - Control II (Nonlinear Control)
    - AMP2018: Additive Manufacturing Projects
    - BAMT2018: Basics of Automation and Manufacturing Theory
  • M. Sc Duc Bui Minh
    Teaching Assistant GPEM program.
    PhD candidate in TU Berlin from 1/12/2016.
  • Lab Engineer Hieu Do Huu Minh
    Field expertise:
    Precision Manufacturing, 3D Printing, Quality Management
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hung Nguyen Quoc
    - B.E. in Mechanical Engineering (1997) Polytechnic University of Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam;
    - European M.Sc. in Mechanics of Construction (2001), University of Liege, Belgium;
    - PhD in Solid Mechanics and Manufacturing Engineering (2009), Inha University, South Korea.
    Field expertise:
    Smart materials and structures, Fluid Mechanics, Structure Optimization, Vibration control, Intelligent Control Systems, High frequency jetting dispenser.
    Taught courses:
    1) Vector mechanics (Statics, Dynamics)
    2) Fluid mechanics
    3) Automatic control systems
    4) Modern control systems
    5) System dynamics
    6) Structural dynamics and vibration
    7) Technical English
    8) Strength of materials
    9) Industrial robots
    10) Linear algebra
    11) Digital engineering
    12) CNC machining
    13) CAD/CAM technology
    14) Machinery mechanics
    15) Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
    16) Advanced Engineering Maths
    17) Manufacturing Process
    18) Hydraulics and Pneumatics systems
  • Ing Holger Kohl
    Fraunhofer Institute IPK Berlin
    Taught courses:
    Supervision of Master Thesis in the GPEM-Pogram
  • Ing Karl-Robert Graf
    Diploma in Industrial Engeneering (1981), University Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany; Graduation Dr.-Ing. in Mecanical Engeneering (1994), University Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany - Startegic Simulation Studies in Operations Management; 8 years consultant with main focus on international business, financal and strategic operations management; 5 years professor in production- and material management, Hochschule Heilbronn, Technik-Wirtschaft-Informatik; since 1999 Professor in process- and production management; Hochschule Karlsruhe, University of Applied Science, Germany, Department of Computer Science and Business Information Systems. Interests: Design and develpopment of discrete event evaluation simulation software and models
  • Khanh Nguyen Tuan
    M.Sc. in Electronic and Telecommunication at HCMUT in 2014
    Manager of RF department at ICDREC - VNU from 2014 to 2016
    Field expertise:
    Quality managemnet
    Manufacturing Engineering
    Analog and RF Integrated Circuits Design
  • Dr. Marlene Helfert
    "Work experience
    » Coperation with CMMaurer GmbH (since 2014)
    » VGU, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Lectureship; team development (since 2013)
    » TU Darmstadt, IAD: Lectureship; consulting and research assignments (since 2013)
    » Hochschule Furtwangen University: Lectureship (since 2010)
    » TU Darmstadt, IAD: Research assistant (2008-2013)
    » TU Darmstadt, Department of Mechatronics and Machine Acoustics: Research assistant (2003-2008)
    Education and training
    » Consultant training in systemic organizational consulting, WSFB (2014-2015)
    » Dissertation ‚Rotor crashes in rolling bearings‘, department of mechatronics in mechanical engineering, TU Darmstadt, doctoral engineer (2003-2008)
    » Studies in Applied Mechanics, TU Darmstadt, UC Berkeley, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, graduate engineer, with distinction (2000-2003)
    » Architecture studies, TU Darmstadt, Vordiplom (1995-2003)
    "
    Taught courses:
    Work and Time Studies
  • Ph. D. Mohammadjafar Hadad
    2009-2014: Research assistant, Institute of Grinding Technology Field expertise:
    Grinding, polishing and super finishing processes,
    Precision Manufacturing,
    Green machining processes,
    Environmentally friendly manufacturing processes,
    Machining processes (conventional and non-conventional),
    Machine tool design,
    Modeling of manufacturing processes,
    Machining of Advanced Materials,
    Tribology
    Taught courses:
    Machine Tools/Machine Elements
    Production Project
    Sustainable Manufacturing Systems
  • Peter Stammnitz
    Academic Coordinator Berlin
    TU Berlin - Department Assembly Technology and Factory Management
  • Roland Jochem
    From 1987-1989 he worked as a project engineer in a medium-sized engineering company. Then he worked on research projects at the IWF, TU Berlin, and consulting projects at Fraunhofer-Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK). In the period 2002-2005 Prof. Jochem performed optimization projects in the area of product creation processes at Bosch Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH. From 2005-2010 he hold the chair on Quality Management at University of Kassel, Germany. Since 2009 he is Extraordinary Professor for Quality Management at Stellenbosch University, South Africa.
    His research and consulting focuses are model-based process-oriented quality, standardized quality processes, quality management, quality excellence, organizational design of quality departments, innovation and requirements management.
    Prof. Jochem is author of seven books; Author of more than 50 Articles published in Journals, Conference Proceedings or Edited Books.
    Taught courses:
    1. Quality Management I
    2. Quality Management II
  • Prof. Dr. Savas Tumis
    Taught courses:
    Entrepreneurship (VGU)
    Leadership (VGU)
    Technology and Innovation Management (VGU)

    Entrepreneurship (TU Berlin, since 2004)
    Future's Search and Innovation Management (TU Berlin, since 2004)
    Technology and Innovation Management (TU Berlin, since 2004)
  • BA Tai Nguyen Phat
  • Thang Nguyen Viet
    I am a Mechatronic Engineer, I have many years of experience working in Automation Control and PLC programming. I am a dynamic and eager to learn man. Field expertise:
    Industrial robot
    IoT
    Sensor system
    Scada system
    Industrial auto machine
    Production machining
    Taught courses:
    Measurement Technique
    PLC Control system
  • Dr. Thomas Guidat
    After gathering experiences in industrial engineering research applied to remanufacturing operations planning and with a managerial background, I am ready to accompany development initiatives for a global transition to circular and ultimately sustainable production and consumption patterns.
    My current responsibilities involve:
    - Administration of the Master Study program Global Production Engineering and Management (GPEM) in Ho-Chi-Minh City, Vietnam.
    - Development of national and international projects in Production Engineering and Management research in partnership with academia and industry,
    - Teaching of classes in Production Engineering at University level for Time Studies and Circular Manufacturing Systems in Germany, Turkey and Vietnam
    - Supervision of Bachelor and Master theses,
    - Writing and presentation of scientific journal and conference articles publications.
    Field expertise:
    - Systemic models for the definition and improvement of remanufacturing processes,
    - Life Cycle Engineering and Business Models for efficient remanufacturing in networks,
    - Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship,
    - Technologies and Concepts for Knowledge Transfer and Education.
    Taught courses:
    - Work and Time studies: Methods-Time Measurement
    - Manufacturing and Factory Planning: Case studies (Circular Manufacturing Projects)
    - Scientific Writing
  • Ph. D Vi Nguyen Hong
    Dr. Vi Hong Nguyen, a lecturer in Sustainable Product Development, Department of the Global Production Engineering Management (GPEM), Faculty of Engineering. Dr. Vi got a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering (2017), Old Dominion University, USA. She has several years of working in industry and her research interests include the fields of sustainable development, environmentally friendly manufacturing processes, advanced manufacturing technology, and production planning.  Field expertise:
    - Sustainable product development
    - Environmentally friendly manufacturing processes
    - Advanced manufacturing technology
    - Production planning
    - Lean manufacturing
    - Optimization
    Taught courses:
    - Engineering Design
    - Systematic Product Development
    - CAD Modeling and Collaboration
    - Lean Manufacturing
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