With the SSF Ingenieure award, SSF regularly supports young engineers. The award, remunerated with 1,500 euros, is given out every year for an outstanding bachelor’s thesis at the Technical University Munich. This year, Paul Tuch received the award, convincing the jury with his final thesis on the subject of “Calibration and model updating of a digital twin by measurement data (chair of structural analysis)”.
“Mastering the necessary basics from mathematics, mechanics and computer science, in conjunction with the correct engineering handling of questions in the field of numerical simulation requires an above-average degree of understanding and skill in the areas of numerical methods and modelling. Mr. Tuch managed and solved the resulting questions in an exceptionally independent and structured manner. The initial task was by far exceeded,” reads the reasoning of the jury comprised of TUM professors.
On the occasion of the Department Days at TUM on 28 October, SSF member of the board Helmut Wolf, awarded the certificate to the winner. Personal exchange offers young students the opportunity to establish first contacts to the professional world and also allows employers to meet future young talents.
We congratulate Mr. Tuch to his excellent bachelor’s thesis and wish him all the best for his academic studies and his career.