Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof. Herzog (*1964) conducts research in the field of highly available electric drives in mobile applications such as vehicles, (more electric and/or all electric) aircrafts and ships. His main areas of research are fault-tolerant actuators, multilevel inverters, loss mechanisms in soft magnetic materials as well as energy and power management.
Prof. Herzog studied and obtained his doctorate at the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at TUM. He then worked as a development engineer and assistant to the Board of Management at Robert Bosch GmbH, Leinfelden-Echterdingen and Gerlingen. Since 2002, Prof. Herzog is head of the Associate Professorship of Energy Conversion Technology at TUM. He is Senior Member of IEEE and member of the VDE and VDI, resp.
Key Publications (all publications)
Bolvashenkov I, Herzog H-G, Frenkel I, Khatskin L, Lisnianski A: Safety-Critical Electrical Drives. Cham (CH): Springer, 2018.Abstract
Hofmann M, Naumoski H, Herr U, Herzog H-G: "Magnetic Properties of Electrical Steel Sheets in Respect of Cutting: Micromagnetic Analysis and Macromagnetic Modeling". IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. 2016; 52(2): 2000114.Abstract
Bolvashenkov I, Herzog H-G: "Approach to predictive evaluation of the reliability of electric drive train based on a stochastic model". International Conference on Clean Electrical Power (ICCEP). Taormina. 16 -18 June 2015.Abstract
Hofmann MJ, Herzog H-G: "Modeling Magnetic Power Losses in Electrical Steel Sheets in Respect of Arbitrary Alternating Induction Waveforms: Theoretical Considerations and Model Synthesis". IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. 2015; 51(2): 6300211.Abstract
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): 1604-1614Abstract