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Dipl.-Wi.-Ing. M.Sc. Thies Beinke

Department Head of the IPS department Robotics and Automation

Curriculum vitae

Thies Beinke studied industrial engineering (Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing.) at the universities of Rostock and Bremen, where he focused on logistics and production, product development and production development. He also studied Business Process and Supply Chain Management (M.Sc.) at Växjö University (Sweden) and completed his studies in 2010. In 2010, he began to work as a research assistant at the Bremen Institute for Production and Logistics (BIBA). During this time, he worked and led numerous R&D projects (application-oriented research and industrial contract research) in the fields of logistics, production and automation technology in the sector of aerospace, steel industry, plant construction in general and with a specific focus on the wind energy sector. In 2013, he began his doctoral thesis in Department 3 - Mathematics and Computer Science - at the University of Bremen about the cooperative construction of offshore wind energy. Since 2018 Mr. Beinke has been Head of the Robotics and Automation Department. In addition to his work at BIBA, Beinke is a lecturer in the area of engineering design in adult education.

Research interest

  • Technical Logistics Systems and Industrial Artificial Intelligence
  • Industry 4.0, cyber-physical production and logistics systems
  • Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Resource Sharing
  • IuK integration and process optimization in a cross-company context
  • Text Mining and Data Analysis

Activities

Thies Beinke is engaged in the development of technical material flow systems and CPS as well as systems to support operational processes, e.g. by means of Augmented Reality. In addition, he is involved in the modelling, simulation and optimisation of complex logistics systems and the development of approaches for data analysis.

Projects

IRiS Interactive robotic system for unloading of sea containers
safeguARd Augmented Reality-based assistance system for commercial vehicles to raise the safety level
KlimAR Augmented Reality-based assistance system for the maintenance of complex heating, air conditioning and cooling technology
QUEST Gamification for Qualification of Offshore Wind Energy Service Technicians
IeK Information system for near real-time coordination of offshore transport under consideration of specific resource characteristics and dynamic weather and swell conditions
AR Maintenance Syste Development of an assistance system to provide service technicians with support during wind turbine maintenance
Mon2Sea Echtzeitmonitoring des Transports und Umschlags von Komponenten zur Offshore-Montage von Windkraftanlagen
OT-B Forschungs- und Entwicklungsbasierte Logistik- und Ressourcenplanung des Offshore-Terminals Bremerhaven
SAViNG StAhl- und Eisenschrott VerfolguNG

Contact

Dipl.-Wi.-Ing. M.Sc. Thies Beinke
BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH
Hochschulring 20
28359 Bremen
Telephone +49(0)421/218-50086
e-Mail ben@biba.uni-bremen.de

Events:
BIBA at Hannover Messe 2019
April 1st - 5th, 2019, Hanover
Still Writing E-Mails or Already Communicating?
April 1st, 2019, Bremen
The Digital Now: Artificial Intelligence
April 3rd, 2019, Bremen
Supply Chain Day
April 11th, 2019, Bremen, Germany
transport logistic 2019
June 4th - 7th, 2019, Munich, Germany

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