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Portraitfoto von Professor Tajmar © Christian Hüller
Name

Professor

Univ.-Prof. Dr. techn. Martin Tajmar

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Professur für Raumfahrtsysteme

Professur für Raumfahrtsysteme

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MAR, Zi. 117 Marschnerstraße 32

01307 Dresden

Deutschland

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+49 351 463-38125
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Forschungsthemen

  • Weltraumantriebe (elektrische- und miniaturisierte-Antriebe, neue Konzepte, “Breakthrough Propulsion Physics”)
  • Schwerpunkt: FEEP (Field Emission Electric Propulsion)
  • Mikroenergie-Systeme

 

Kurzer Lebenslauf

2014 –
2012 –
Institut für Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik, TU Dresden, Deutschland
Institutsdirektor
Universitätsprofessor (W3) und Leiter der Professur für Raumfahrtsysteme
2010 – 2012 Associate Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering, KAIST, Republik Korea
2011 – 2012 Stabstellenleiter Aerospace Engineering, Fachhochschule Wiener Neustadt, Österreich


2005 – 2010
2003 – 2004
2000 – 2002
Austrian Institute of Technology (ehemalig Österreichisches Forschungszentrum Seibersdorf), Österreich
Geschäftsfeldleiter „Space Propulsion & Advanced Concepts“
Principal Scientist
Senior Scientist
1999 – 2000 Young-Graduate-Trainee, Electric Propulsion Section, ESTEC, Europäische Weltraumbehörde, Niederlande
1998 – 1999 Geschäftsführer, AUSTROSPACE (Vereinigung der österreichischen Weltraumindustrie), Österreich
1998 Internship, Advanced Propulsion Group, NASA JPL, USA
1999   Doktor der technischen Wissenschaften, Fakultät für Elektrotechnik, TU Wien, Österreich
1998 Master of Science, Space Studies, International Space University, Frankreich
1997 Diplom-Ingenieur, Technische Physik, TU Wien, Österreich


Publikationen (Auswahl)

Tajmar, M., "Evaluation of Enhanced Frame-Dragging in the Vicinity of a Rotating Niobium Superconductor, Liquid Helium and a Helium Superfluid", Superconductor Science and Technology 24, 125011 (2011)

Tajmar, M., and Scharlemann, C.A., "Development of Electric and Chemical Microthrusters", International Journal of Aerospace Engineering 2011, 361215 (2011)

Tajmar, M., Vasiljevich, I., and Grienauer, W., "High Current Liquid Metal Ion Source using Porous Tungsten Multiemitters", Ultramicroscopy 111, 1-4 (2010)

Tajmar, M., "Homopolar Artificial Gravity Generator based on Frame-Dragging", Acta Astronautica 66(9-10), 1297 (2010)

Tajmar, M., Sedmik, R., and Scharlemann, C., "Numerical Simulation of SMART-1 Hall Thruster Plasma Interactions", Journal of Propulsion and Power 46(6), 1178 (2009) (invited)

Tajmar, M., Scharlemann, C., Genovese, A., Buldrini, N., Steiger, W., and Vasiljevich, I., "Liquid-Metal Ion Source Development for Space Propulsion at ARC", Ultramicroscopy 109, 422 (2009)

Hulman, M., and Tajmar, M., "Indium Ion Emission from Nanotube Fibers", Nanotechnology 18, 495709 (2007)

Tajmar, M., "Influence of Taylor Cone Size on Droplet Generation in an Indium LMIS", Applied Physics A 81(7), 1447 (2005)

Tajmar, M., Genovese, A., and Steiger, W., "Indium FEEP Microthruster Experimental Charactization", AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power 20(2), 211 (2004)

Tajmar, M., and de Matos, C.J., "Gravitomagnetic Field of a Rotating Superconductor and of a Rotating Superfluid", Physica C 385(4), 551 (2003)

Tajmar, M., and Genovese, A., "Experimental Validation of a Mass Efficiency Model for an Indium Liquid Metal Ion Source", Applied Physics A 76(6), 1003 (2003) (Rapid Communication)

Ausbildungauszeichnungen

  • GENIUS Ideas Competition 2009 – Special Award (Innovative Energy Storage using Metal Hydrides as Fuel Cell Energy Recovery System)
  • Ritter von Ghega Award – Outstanding Innovation of the Year 2009 (1st Prize – Research Centers, Innovative Hydrogen Storage in Hollow Glass Microspheres)
  • Outstanding Paper Award – STAIF Conference 2007 (Frame Dragging of Spinning Superconductors)
  • GENIUS Ideas Competition 2007 – Award for Environmental Technologies and Renewable Energy Sources (Microsphere Hydrogen Storage System)
  • Outstanding Paper Award – STAIF Conference 2005 (Weight Measurements of Superconductors)
  • Creative Scientist of the Year Award 2004 (2nd Prize)
  • ARCAward 2001 (1st Prize Science)
  • NRC Fellowship to NASA JPL (2000, declined for position at ESA ESTEC)
  • US Air Force Window-On-Science Award (several prizes throughout 2000-2006)
  • Austrian Research Community – International Communication Award (1999)

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