Thomas Haas is Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at KU Leuven, working with Prof. dr.ir. Johan Meyers. His PhD research is about computational simulation of atmospheric flows and the effect of airborne wind energy systems on these flows. As part of this he has published an extensive wind field dataset for higher altitudes so that it can be used in airborne wind energy research. Fluid dynamics was also the topic of his graduation project at the Technical University of Berlin, for which he numerically analyzed a pulsed impinging jet using also dynamic mode decomposition. He completed his undergraduate studies with a BSc thesis about numerical investigation of Coriolis flowmeters at Endress+Hauser Flowtec AG in Switzerland.
MSc in Engineering Physics, 2015
Technical University of Berlin
BSc in Applied Physics, 2011
University of Strasbourg
BEng in Mechanical Engineering, 2011
Offenburg University of Applied Sciences