NIT student Frederik Rogge receives Hamburg VDI Award
The students Lena Viviane Bühre (Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)) and Frederik Rogge (NIT and TUHH) have been awarded by the Hamburg Association of German Engineers (VDI) for their bachelor thesis. They convinced the jury with their outstanding work in the field of multiphase flows and general engineering. Lena Viviane Bühre receives first place with her work and thus 1,500 euros prize money, Frederik Rogge takes second place and receives 1,000 euros.
Frederik Rogge is currently completing his double master program in Mechatronics (TUHH) and Technology Management at the NIT Northern Institute of Technology Management. In his work, he investigated to what extent imaging factors influence the reconstruction and what is necessary to obtain reliable measurement results. Frederik Rogge has thus made an important contribution to the further development of analyses of surface parameters - such as roughness, waviness or even fractured surfaces.
The Hamburg District Association within the Association of German Engineers (VDI) annually awards the "Hamburg VDI Prize" to young engineers who have completed their studies with an outstanding master's or bachelor's thesis. The prizewinners will be honoured at a ceremony. A total of three prizes worth a total of 3,000 euros will be awarded.