Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Georg Herzog
Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof. Herzog (b. 1964) conducts research into energy-efficient, electromechanical drive systems. His work focuses on the design and optimization of hybrid electric and battery electric drive trains, automated design methods for electromechanical actuators and energy and performance management. He also explores loss mechanisms in magnetically soft materials.
After studying electrical engineering and information technology at TUM, Prof. Herzog was a research associate at the Chair of Electric Machines and Devices at TUM (Prof. Lorenzen) until the completion of his doctorate. After that, he worked as a development engineer and an assistant manager at Robert Bosch GmbH in Leinfelden-Echterdingen/Gerlingen. Since 2002, Prof. Herzog has been Director of Energy Conversion Technology at TUM. Prof. Herzog is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of the VDE and VDI.
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Reiter T, Polenov D, Pröbstle H, Herzog HG: “PWM Dead Time Optimization Method for Automotive Multiphase DC/DC-Converters”. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. 2010; 25(6): 1604-1614
Bücherl D, Herzog HG: “Iron Loss Modeling by Complex Inductances for Steady State Simulation of Electrical Machines”. Proceedings SPEEDAM 2010, Pisa (Italy).
Wilde A, Schneider J, Herzog HG: “Driving Situation and Driving Style Dependent Charging Strategy in Hybrid Electric Vehicles”. ATZ Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift. 2008; 110 (May 2008)
Retana R, Paweletz A, Herzog HG: “Analysis and Detection of Short-Circuits in Fractional Horsepower Commutator Machines”. IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion. 2008; 23(2): 484-491
Kelleter A, Paweletz A, Herzog HG: “Prediction of Eddy Current Losses in Soft Magnetic Composite Components of Electrical Machines”. Proceedings Compumag 2007, Aachen (Germany).