Florian Helling

Dipl.-Ing. Florian Helling

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Raum: 2134
 
Biographie
  • Promotion am Lehrstuhl für elektrische Energieversorgung der Universität der Bundeswehr München
  • Lehrbeauftragter für das Fach „Energie und Emissionen“ am Institut für Wasserwesen Siedlungswasserwirtschaft und Abfalltechnik Universität der Bundeswehr München
  • Diplomarbeit: Ex-Vivo Versuchsumgebung für magnet- und elektrostimulatorische Evaluationsversuche
  • Studium der Elektro- und Informationstechnik an der Technischen Universität München (TUM) mit den Schwerpunkten Automatisierungstechnik und Medizinische Elektronik
Forschungsinteressen
  • Modulare Multilevel Umrichter
  • Batteriespeichersysteme
  • Transkranielle Magnetstimulation
Lehre
  • Vorlesung: Sicherheit in der Netztechnik
  • Vorlesung: Energie und Emissionen
  • Praktikum: Grundlagen der Energietechnik
Publikationen

[1]    C. Dahmani, F. Helling, T. Weyh, and C. Plank, "An Innovative Rotational Magnetic System to Enhance Cell Transfection with Magnetic Nanoparticles" in World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, September 7-12, 2009, Munich, Germany, 2010, pp. 293-296.
[2]    S. Goetz, F. Helling, D. Emrich, T. Weyh, and H. Herzog, "Fasciated nerve-muscle explants for in vitro comparison of magnetic and electrical neuromuscular stimulation" in Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE, 2010, pp. 4862-4865.
[3]    C. Dahmani, O. Mykhaylyk, F. Helling, S. Götz, T. Weyh, H.-G. Herzog, et al., "Rotational magnetic pulses enhance the magnetofection efficiency in vitro in adherent and suspension cells" Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2012.
[4]    D. Emrich, A. Fischer, C. Altenhöfer, T. Weyh, F. Helling, S. Goetz, et al., "Muscle force development after low‐frequency magnetic burst stimulation in dogs" Muscle & nerve, vol. 46, pp. 951-953, 2012.
[5]    S. Götz, F. Helling, and T. Weyh, "P 232. Leaving the beaten track of TMS waveform restrictions: Concepts and prototype for a ‘convertible’stimulator that can generate almost every type of existing and future waveform" Clinical Neurophysiology, vol. 124, p. e177, 2013.
[6]    F. Helling, M. Pfaeffl, J. Huber, S. Götz, and T. Weyh, "Modular Multilevel Parallel Converter (M2PC) for Electrically Driven Vehicles" in PCIM Europe, Nürnberg, 2014.
[7]    F. Helling, A. Singer, S. Götz, and T. Weyh, "Optimization of Hydrogen Gas Turbine Power Supply by means of a novel Modular Multilevel Parallel Converter (M2PC)" in 5th International Renewable Energy Congress (IREC), Tunisia, 2014.
[8]    F. Helling, S. Götz and T. Weyh, "A battery modular multilevel management system (BM3) for electric vehicles and stationary energy storage systems" in 16th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications (EPE'14-ECCE Europe), Finland, 2014.
[9]    F. Helling, S. Götz, A. Singer and T. Weyh "Fast Modular Multilevel Series/Parallel Converter for direct-drive gas turbines" in Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Conference (EIConRusNW), IEEE NW Russia, pp. 198-202, 2015.

Patente
[1]    S. Goetz, A. Singer, T. Weyh and F. Helling, "Device and Method for Sorting and Labeling of Biological Systems based on the Ionic-Electric Dynamics", United States patent US 20150104821 A1, Oct. 2013.