Thomas Steiner (right), technical director at HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH, and Professor Steffen Großmann, dean of the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at TU Dresden, congratulate this year's award-winner Robert Seifert.
Photo: Arne Sonnenburg, TU Dresden
Dresden, 5 October 2015HIGHVOLT has awarded its annual prize to honour the excellent results obtained by graduate engineer Robert Seifert in connection with his degree dissertation on “Investigation of the iron circuit time constant of an axial magnetic bearing”. The prize is accompanied by a cheque for 1000 Euros.
“This is the eighth time that we have awarded the prize for the best dissertation by a graduate of the electrical engineering faculty at TU Dresden,” says HIGHVOLT technical director Thomas Steiner. “For us, as a company committed to front-line technologies, it is especially important to promote advanced engineering studies and to reward young scientists for their achievements in the electrical engineering disciplines. The emerging tradition of the HIGHVOLT Advancement Award is furthermore a visible sign of our commitment to the continuous and successful cooperation between the electrical engineering faculty at Dresden University of Technology and HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH.”