Mr. Thomas Schluck (* 1980) studied physics at the University of Konstanz and – after and academic year in Shanghai – completed his studies in 2008 with an experimental work in mesoscopic physics about conductance fluctuations in metallic nanowires.
A doctoral thesis at the University of Zurich at the interface of system biology and physics of soft matter followed, investigating the mechanical properties of epithelial tissue and its influence on the growth regulation of organs. In 2013, he successfully passed his doctoral examination.
Since 2014 Mr. Schluck has been working as a research assistant at the Center for Integral Building Technology in the field of ??modelling and simulation as well as the development of regional energy concepts.
In parallel to his work he earned his Master of Advanced Studies as an "Energy Engineering Building". During his master’s thesis he developed a comprehensive method based on systemic principles for the development of regional energy concepts that can be applied to rural as well as to urban areas.
In his line of work, he is concerned with both the methodological principles for creating regional energy concepts as well as with the foundations of practical and meaningful project assessments.
The modelling and simulation of systems is another central point of his activities – be it dynamic simulations of thermal networks or the modelling and simulation of a business model.
A special interest of Mr. Schluck lies in the mining, processing and analysis of data, which he will further focus on the next years.