Field of activity
Sebastian Borges develops and investigates the use of Digital Twins for sustainable heat supply systems in the building sector. In this context, simulation studies and experimental methods are coupled with each other. He is currently working on the DZWi project, in which Digital Twins for heat pumps and fuel cells are being developed. The main goal is to reduce R&D times with their help.
Skills: Modelica, Python, Matlab, Git
Sebastian Borges studied mechanical engineering at the University of Paderborn from 2012 to 2016, specializing in energy technology. From 2016 to 2020, he completed a master's degree in energy engineering and aerospace engineering at RWTH Aachen University, specializing in regenerative energy technologies and aeronautical engineering. During his studies, he completed various internships in the field of energy engineering and worked as a student assistant at the Center for Wind Power Drives (CWD) and the Chair of Technical Thermodynamics (LTT). Sebastian Borges wrote his master's thesis at the Chair of Building and Air Conditioning Technology (EBC) and started working there as a research assistant after completing his studies.