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Georg Rill

Prof. Dr.
OTH Regensburg, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Professor at the Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule (OTH) Regensburg, Germany. Lectures in Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Dynamics, and Multibody Dynamics. Research interests in Vehicle Dynamics, Tire Modeling, Real Time Applications, and Numerical Methods in Multibody Dynamics.

Biography

since 1987: Professor at the Hochschule Regensburg, University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
• Since March 2006 Dean of the Faculty Mechanical Engineering.
• Lectures in Engineering Mechanics, Multibody Dynamics and Vehicle Dynamics.
• 08/92 – 09/92: Visiting Professor in Brasil at the State University in Campinas (UNICAMP), Master-Course in Vehicle Dynamics
• Winter Term 1991/92: Sabbatical at Daimler-Benz AG in Stuttgart, modeling and simulation of liquid load.
• 1995/1996: Responsibility for the PROBRAL-Project ”Optimization of Vehicle Dynamics”, a corporation between Hochschule Regensburg, TU München and State University in Campinas.
• Summer Term 1997: Sabbatical at Ford Motor Company in Köln, Influence of Engine Suspension on Vehicle Vibrations.
• Summer Term 2002: Sabbatical at Ford Motor Company in Köln, Germany and Detroit, USA, Leaf Spring Modeling.
• November 2002: Short Course in Vehicle Dynamics at the State University in Guaratingeta (USP), Brasil.
• Oktober 2003: Short Course in Vehicle Dynamics at Ford in Camaçari, Brasil.
• August 2007: Short Course in Vehicle Dynamics at UNICAMP, Brasil.
• September 2011: Short Course in Vehicle Dynamics at UNICAMP, Brasil.
• Numerous corporations with different companies (i.e.: Continental, Daimler-Benz, Deutsche Bahn, Ford, MAN, and ZF) in the field of Multi-Body System Dynamics and Vehicle Dynamics.

1982-1987: Technical Specialist at Daimler-Benz AG in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim: modeling and real-time simulation of trucks for the Daimler-Benz Driving Simulator.
1978-1982: Assistant Professor at the Institute of Mechanics at the University of Stuttgart, chairman: Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Schiehlen.
• Research area: Vehicle Dynamics
• P.h.D.-thesis: Non Steady State Vehicle Vibrations due to Random Excitation.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Vehicle Dynamics, Tire Modeling, Real Time Applications, and Numerical Methods in Multibody Dynamics.

Books

Featured Title
 Featured Title - Road Vehicle Dynamics - 1st Edition book cover