Dr. rer. nat. Thomas Krings
„I like to integrate practical calculation examples in my lectures.“
Mr. Krings studied physics with focus on elementary particle physics from 2004 to 2010 at the RWTH Aachen University. In his diploma thesis Mr. Krings worked on the data analysis on the correlation of high-energy cosmic neutrinos with known supernovas within the IceCube experiment.
In the year of 2010 he moved to the Institute of Energy and Climate Research at the Forschungszentrum Jülich in the field of Nuclear Waste Management and Reactor Safety. In this institute he works on a method for improving the accuracy and reliability of non-destructive radiological characterization of radioactive waste barrels by segmented gamma scan measurements. 2013 he received his Ph.D. on this subject.
Furthermore he was a physics lecturer for foreign students on natural and technical science at the Freshman-Institute Jülich, in preparation for their studies at German universities.