Priv.-Doz. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Bernhard Scheichl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tower BA/E322, Room BA 07 G08

Getreidemarkt 9

1040 Vienna, Austria

 

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Curriculum vitae

15.04.1969

born in Mödling, Austria

Education

06.1987

Matura (Grammar school, BGuBRG Mödling)

1987–95

Studies of Mech. Engng, spec Chem. Engng, Technische Universität Wien (TUW), Vienna, Austria

10.1995

Dipl.-Ing. (MSc)

1995–96

Civilian service, municipality of Mödling

04.1997–06.2001

Post-graduate studies, research assistant, Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer (IFMHT), TUW, Austria

21.06.2001

Dr. techn. (PhD)

07.11.2011

Habilitation (venia docendi, Priv.-Doz.) in Fluid mechanics, TUW

Post-graduate employments in industry

1996

Process and commissioning engineer, Hoerbiger Ventilwerke GmbH & Co KG, Vienna

02–03.1997

Real Time Computersoftware GmbH, Vienna

08.2001–10.2002

Process and R&D engineer (biotechnology), Vogelbusch AG, Vienna

Post-doctoral research positions

11.2002–07.2003

Kplus project: Simulation of Spinning-Process Technologies granted by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), IFMHT jointly with Kplus Competence Center Carinthian Tech Research (CTR) and SEZ AG (now Lam Research AG), both Villach, Austria

08.2003–08.2007

Austrian Science Fund (FWF) project # P16555-N12: Interaction theory of turbulent marginal separation, IFMHT

09.2007–

Research fellow, IFMHT

10.2008–

Key scientist, specialist in fluid mechanics and heat transfer, for Modelling and Simulation & XTribology Area Multi-scale Computational Tribology, AC²T research GmbH & appendant Austrian Excellence Center for Tribology (XTribology, granted within the COMET K2 program of Austrian Research Promotion Agency, FFG), Wiener Neustadt, Austria

03.2009–03.2012

Leader of XTribology Area Multi-scale Computational Tribology

03.2012–

Senior Lecturer (eq. Associate Prof.), IFMHT & Dept. of Math., UCL|

09.2015–

Principal scientist for Austrian Tribology Society (OeTG)

06.2017–

Visiting scholar, Dept. of Math., UCL

08.2022–

Honorary Associate Prof., Dept. of Math., UCL


Teaching

ongoing

Supervision of PhD and Master theses, IFMHT in collaboration with AC²T

* Theses to assign

Lectureships

1998–2012

Fundamentals of fluid mechanics & Fluid Mechanics, Mass transfer, Dynamics of real fluids (exercises in Master Program Mech. Engng, TUW)

02.2008

2-weeks course Basics of fluid mechanics, OMV Well Academy

09.2009

Modern aspects of high-Reynolds-number asymptotics of turbulent boundary layers – from fully attached to marginally separated flows, lecture in CISM Course on Asymptotic Methods in Fluid Mechanics: Survey and Recent Advances

11.2011–

annual 1-day course Fundamentals of hydrodynamic lubrication, Master Program Mechatronics, spec. Surface Engineering & Tribology, UAS Wiener Neustadt

SS 2012–

Turbulent flows, 2h/week, Master Program Mech. Engng, TUW

11.2013

Turbulent flows, LTCC, Dept. of Math., UCL

01.2019

Theory of the hydraulic jump, LTCC, Dept. of Math., UCL

SS 2019–21

Fluid mechanics, (Master Program Mechatronics, UAS Wiener Neustadt

03.2020

1-week course Asymptotic methods in fluid mechanics, Dept. of Math., UCL

Organisation of courses

04.2009

1-week course on interacting internal high-Reynolds-number flows, IMFHT, by Prof. F. T. Smith (Dept. of Math., UCL)

04.2010

1-week course on asymptotic theory of hydrodynamic stability, IFMHT, by Prof. J. J. Healey (Dept. of Math., Keele University, UK)

01.2012

1-week course on fundamentals of elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication, AC²T, by Prof. H. P. Evans] & Prof. F. M. Borodich (Tribology Group, School of Engineering, Cardiff University)

11.2013–

annual compact (1-week) course Waves, Imaging and Fluid-Structure Interactions in Medicine and Biology, Master & PhD programs Mech. Engng & Biomedical Engineering, TUW, by Prof. N. C. Ovenden and Dr. R. I. Bowles (Dept. of Math., UCL)


Research

Interests

Publications, projects, co-organisation of conferences

Reviewing


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