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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ildiko Tulbure

University of Alba Julia Romania


  • Born 1969 in Petrosani/Romania;
  • 1988-1993 studied mechanics at the University of Petrosani/Romania, graduated in the field of hydraulics;
  • 1993-1994 research assistant at the same university, department of modelling thermofluid-dynamic processes;
  • 1994-1997 DAAD scholarship at TU Clausthal;
  • 1995 Complementary studies in mechanical engineering at the TU Clausthal;
  • Doctorate 1997 on the topic "State description and dynamics of environmentally relevant systems";
  • 1997 Promotion Award of the Association of Friends of the TU Clausthal;
  • 1997-1998 Assistant lecturer at the University of Petrosani;
  • 1999 scholarship holder of the Alexander von Humboldt - Foundation;
  • Since 2000 research assistant at the TU Clausthal;
  • 2000 "Dr. Meier Struckmann Science Award" of the Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus;
  • In SS 2000 lecturer for technology assessment at the University of Applied Sciences Braunschweig/Wolfenbüttel;
  • In summer term 2001 lecturer for basics of environmental protection at the University of Lüneburg;
  • In WS 2001/2002 lecturer for technology assessment at the University of Lüneburg.
  • Habilitation 2002 at the TU Clausthal for the subject "Systems Engineering";
  • Since 2003 she teaches "Technology Assessment" as a private lecturer at the TU Clausthal.


  • Operationalisation of the guiding principle of sustainable development at regional and sectoral level
  • Development of sustainability indicators
  • Integrative modelling for technology assessment
  • Modelling of dynamic systems and application of soft computing methods
  • New methods for the description of turbulent flows
  • The TAT Round