Dr.-Ing. Manuel Lämmle

Project manager, Building Systems Technology, Division Energy Technologies and Systems

Research focus

  • Energy efficient heat and power supply concepts for buildings and districts
  • Energy management and optimisation for smart energy systems with heat pumps, cogeneration units, PV and solar thermal
  • Demonstration and optimisation of heat pump systems in multi-family homes
  • Development of novel concepts for PVT collectors, e.g. highly-efficient glazed PVT collectors with low-emissivity coatings, and PVT systems, e.g. PVT heat pump systems

Curriculum vitae

since 2018 Post doc researcher with a focus on energy efficient heat and power supply concepts for buildings and districts
since 2018 Lecturer at University of Freiburg („Sustainable Systems Engineering” and „Renewable Energy Management”)
since 2013
Project manager and researcher in the research area of energy efficient building technologies and PVT collectors
2013-2018 PhD student at University Freiburg and Fraunhofer ISE with PhD thesis „Thermal management of PVT collectors – Development and modelling of highly efficient glazed, flat plate PVT collectors with low-emissivity coatings and overheating protection“
2006-2012 Mechanical Engineering at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Lisbon

Major projects

SQ Durlach Conception, Design, Realisation and Evaluation of an innovative energy supply concept for the energy-efficient supply of five mulit-family houses in Karlsruhe Durlach with PV, heat pumps, CHP and district heating
IEA SHC Task 60 Contribution to the international task on PVT Systems -  Application of PVT Collectors and New Solutions in HVAC Systems
PVTsolutions Development of economic and efficient PVT solutions and suitable PVT collectors
NVZ Freiburg Net-Zero Energy Building, Freiburg’s New City Hall
PVTgen2 Developement and pilot production of a covered hybrid photovoltaic/thermal collector of the second generation with improved thermal efficiency