Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Elisabeth ClausenCopyright: Peter Winandy
Dr.-Ing. Elisabeth Clausen has been University Professor of Advanced Mining Technologies and head of the epononymous chair at the Faculty of Georesources and Materials Engineering at RWTH Aachen University since March 2018. Together with her team, she develops robust, interconnected, and autonomous machines and processes to be used under challenging conditions to extract raw materials. Her research focuses on how to make information on process, environment, and machine surveillance usable using sensor technology and modern machine and process data analysis processes.
Born in 1983 in Kiel.
|2002 to 2007||Studied geotechnology, mining, and petroleum engineering (Dipl.-Ing.) (focus on extraction mining) at TU Clausthal|
|2002 to 2005||Mining student in training under the supervision and direction of the Upper Mining Authority of Saardland and Rheinland Palitinate|
|2005 to 2006||Semester abroad (Sokrates/Erasmus) at Akademia Gorniczo-Hutnicza (AGH), Krakow|
|2006 to 2008||Studied business administration (B.Sc.) at TU Clausthal|
|2013||Dr.-Ing. doctorate at the Faculty of Energy and Economic Sciences, TU Clausthal|
|2007 to 2013||Research staff at the Institute of Mining, Deparment of Underground Mining Methods and Machinery, TU Clausthal|
2013 to 2018
|Akademische Rätin (academic counsel) at the Institute of Mining, Deparment of Underground Mining Methods and Machinery, TU Clausthal|
Free time: horseback riding, skiing, hiking
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