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Mirsad Hadžiefendić, M.Sc.

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--- Research Associate --- 

   

Academic background

since 02/2015: Research associate,
Fachgebiet Theoretische Elektrotechnik
(Technische Universität Berlin).

12/2014
: Electrical engineering (M.Sc.), Technische Universität Berlin.

Master thesis:
Modeling and measurement of losses and EMC behavior of
inductive components
(engl. translation)

at the Fachgebiet Theoretische Elektrotechnik
(Technische Universität Berlin)

in cooperation with
the research group Power Electronic Systems
(Fraunhofer–Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM) 

10/2012: Electrical engineering (B.Sc.), Technische Universität Berlin.

Bachelor thesis:
Simulative prediction of the insertion loss of a passive two-stage EMC filter for
power electronic applications
(engl. translation)

at the Fachgebiet Theoretische Elektrotechnik
(Technische Universität Berlin)

in cooperation with
the research group Power Electronic Systems
(Fraunhofer–Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM)

Main research and teaching areas

  • Computational electromagnetics
  • Numerical optimization
  • Electromagnetic field theory

Presentations

First author

Co-author

  • Darmstadt (2018): Formalizations of Electromagnetic Field Theory - A Guide to Self-study [M. C. Lehmann, M. Hadžiefendić, R. Schuhmann] @ Mini-Workshop "Geometry of Electromagnetism" on the occasion of Prof. Robert Kotiuga's CE seminar talk at the TU Darmstadt's Graduate School of Computational Engineering (Darmstadt, Germany; 29. October – 31. October 2018)
  • Hangzhou (2018): Simulation of Eddy Current Losses in High Voltage Power Cables [M. C. Lehmann, M. Hadžiefendić, A. Piwonski, R. Schuhmann, R. Suchantke, and R. Plath] @ 18th Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, CEFC 2018 (Hangzhou, China; 28. October – 31. October 2018)
  • Darmstadt (2018): Dimensional Reduction for the Numerical Simulation of AC losses of power cables [M. C. Lehmann, M. Hadžiefendić, R. Schuhmann, R. Suchantke, and R. Plath] @ 11th International Symposium on Electric and Magnetic Fields, EMF 2018 (Darmstadt, Germany; 10. April – 12. April 2018)

Teaching

  • Introductory Workshop to the Julia Programming Language (Scientific board along with M. C. Lehmann), 24th June 2019

  • Scientific Computing using the Julia Programming Language (Project: Scientific computing; along with M. C. Lehmann), WiTe 2018/19

  • Formalizations of Electromagnetic Field Theory - A Guide to Self-study (Seminar: Computational electromagnetics; along with M. C. Lehmann), SuTe 2018
  • Computing in Electromagnetics using Jupyter Notebook & Julia Programming Language (Integrated course: Mathematical methods of computational electromagnetics; along with M. C. Lehmann), SuTe 2018

  • Coil optimization using surrogate models (Project: Scientific computing), WiTe 2017/18

  • 3D modeling and simulation of equivalent circuit components (Project: Electromagnetic CAD), SuTe 2017

  • Finite Integration Theory (FIT) in magnetostatics (Project: Introduction to computational electromagnetics), WiTe 2016/17

  • Numerical optimization of the geometry of a solenoid in magnetoquasistatics (Project: Electromagnetic CAD), SuTe 2016
  • Computation of linear and polynomial electromagnetic eigenvalue problems by numerical optimization on manifolds (Project: Scientific computing; along with P. Jorkowski), SuTe 2016
  • Magnetostatic simulation of a Helmholtz coil: Sensitivity investigation (Project: Introduction to computational electromagnetics), SuTe 2016

  • Applied Field Theory (Tutorial), WiTe 2015/16
  • Electromagnetic modeling, simulation and optimization of a cylindrical coil (Project: Electromagnetic CAD), WiTe 2015/16
  • Scientific methods (Seminar; along with A. Mulamustafić), WiTe 2015/16

  • 3D electromagnetic frequency domain simulation of a filter choke with a multilayer foil winding (Project: Electromagnetic CAD), SuTe 2015
  • 3D FE analysis of a magnetoquasistationary problem in the frequency domain (Project: Scientific computing), SuTe 2015
  • Electromagnetic fields (Tutorial), SuTe 2015

Supervision of theses

  • completed: Consistent Current Excitation for 3D Finite Element Simulations in Magnetoquasistatics (engl. translation; bachelor thesis), SuTe 2017
  • completed: Numerical Optimization in Magnetoquasistatics using the Space Mapping Approach (engl. translation; bachelor thesis), SuTe 2017
  • completed: Influence of the Computational Mesh on the Geometric Sensitivity in Electromagnetic Field Simulations (engl. translation; bachelor thesis), WiTe 2016/17

Participation in courses (selection)

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Mirsad Hadžiefendić, M.Sc.
Theoretische Elektrotechnik
Institute Hochfrequenz- und Halbleiter-Systemtechnologien
Faculty IV
sec. EN 2
Einsteinufer 17
D-10587 Berlin
+49 30 314 73176