The “Laboratory for Mechatronic and Renewable Energy Systems (LMRES)” was founded in 2018 by Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Christoph M. Hackl. 

The research of the laboratory focuses on design, modelling, control and simulation of intelligent mechatronic and renewable energy systems in order to boost energy efficiency, fault-tolerance, extended functionality, robustness/reliability and safety of the considered components and systems.  

Its interdisciplinary expertise is based on the combination of engineering disciplines like machine design, electrical drives, power electronics and mechatronics and the mathematical discipline systems and control theory.

At the moment, we work on micro-grids (four-wire system) and electrical components of e.g. airborne wind energy systems, biogas power plants, small-scale and large-scale wind turbine systems, geothermal power plants, electric vehicles and industrial drives.

Our vision

We develop intelligent components and systems using an automated development framework covering specification, design, modeling, system identification, control, operation management and additional functionality.


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New publication: Multi-material laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing of concentrated wound stator teeth

We are pleased to present a new publication: The feasibility study on additive manufacturing of concentrated wound coils with multi-material printing is now available online free of charge. In close collaboration with the Institut für Produktentwicklung und Gerätebau (IPeG) at the University of Hannover, the limits of additive manufacturing were investigated. Our research team has …

New research project on “Intelligent Filters for Harmonic Compensation in Low Voltage Grids”

A new research project on “Intelligent Filters for Harmonic Compensation in Low Voltage Grids” has been granted. The project will be a joint work with my colleague Prof. Marek Galek and will start in September 2023. Abstract: The use of active filters will gain significant importance in the future to minimize or compensate for grid …