Jochen Zeitler

Jochen Zeitler
Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg | FAU · Department of Mechanical Engineering

Doctor of Engineering

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Additional affiliations
July 2013 - present
Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
Position
  • Research Associate
Education
April 2011 - June 2013

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Publications (20)
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Mit Lichtsignalen in optischen Wellenleitern lassen sich schnell und weitgehend störungsfrei sehr große Datenmengen übertragen. Im industriellen und infrastrukturellen Bereich, z.B. in der Automobil- und Luftfahrtindustrie, steigt daher die Nachfrage, dieses Potential weiter auszuschöpfen. Wie müssen Entwicklungsprozesse aussehen, um Systeme, die D...
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Die besondere Geometrie des Querschnitts der Polymer Optischen Wellenleiter (POW) beeinflusst das Design des Druckpfades. Um nun Vorschriften für das Druckpfad-Design ableiten zu konnen, benötigt es einer Chrarakterisierung der POWs bezüglich verschiedenster Druckpfade. Diesee Charakterisierung wird vorgestellt und die daraus abgeleiteten Druckpfad...
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Während sich das Verhalten starr verketteter Systeme relativ einfach mittels Materialflusssimulationen modellieren lässt, sind herkömmliche Simulationsansätze für flexible Fertigungssysteme aufgrund des hohen Datenerhebungs- sowie Parametrisieraufwands nur bedingt geeignet. Jedoch kann durch das automatische Übertragen von Echtzeitdaten in das Simu...
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This paper shows the modeling, simulation and production of polymer optical waveguides using the OPTAVER process. The additive manufactured multimode waveguides with their typical cross-section of a circle shape are of low cost and high-performance.
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In the age of digitalization, the amount of data generated and transferred continues to increase dramatically. To increase the usability of this data it must be accessible with sufficient transmission bandwidth. Optical signals are already being used for transmitting data over long distances and high bandwidths, as this enables fast and low-loss da...
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Als Reaktion auf den wachsenden Einfluss der Mechatronik auf die Industrie ist die additive Fertigung inzwischen so weit entwickelt, dass sie dazu in der Lage ist, die Bedürfnisse von räumlichen, hochintegrierten und interdisziplinären Baugruppen zu erfüllen. In Form eines hybriden, rein additiven Fertigungsprozesses können sowohl mechanische Subst...
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The research for new production chains in the field of waveguide fabrication is a challenging task. Realizing a cost efficient manufacturing process allows integrating optical data communication in arbitrary structures as for example the wing of an airplane or the car body. The production chain described in this paper contains the design, simulatio...
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Optical technologies become increasingly important in modern sensor and communication applications. Nevertheless, manufacturing and design methods in the field of spatial opto-electronics have not been investigated intensively yet. A new approach is to print polymer waveguides on spatial carriers to use the full design freedom of opto-mechatronic a...
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The design and simulation of printed polymer optical waveguides is a new approach in the field of raytracing techniques, to link the CAD routines with the simulation process of the waveguides via raytracing methods.
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The printing process of polymer optical waveguides is a new and uncharted research topic, which the research group OPTAVER is principally involved in. A main consequence of the printing process is the roughness of the interface between core and cladding. This surface between the dielectric media creates scattering in printed waveguides. To simulate...
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Well-known advantages of optical data communication, like high-speed data transmissions and higher integration densities, are the main drivers for novel applications in the field of opto-electronics. A new innovative approach is to print polymer optical waveguides on spatial circuit carriers. This allows creating highly integrated devices that unif...
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The DFG research group “Optische Aufbau- und Verbindungstechnik für baugruppenintegrierte Bussysteme” (Optical integrated circuit packaging for module-integrated bus systems – OPTAVER) works on improving optical data transmission systems. The main research question is: How have design tools to look for linking optical transmission systems with opto...
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Current Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools offer a wide scope of functionality for design of mechatronic products. A number of electrical and mechanical CAD tools on the market fulfil demand in almost every application. Prevailing mechanical CAD tools offer besides simple geometric design also many advanced functionalities in the fields of Computer-...
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Molded Interconnect Devices can be considered as attractive option for the integration of electronic functions into mechanical systems. While development methods and procedures reached high standards, CAD tools still drag behind. This paper focusses the necessary software structure for implementing of automated routing algorithms or other MID speci...

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