Electronic Laboratory

The development of geophysical exploration systems with high resolution for underground applications and mobile operation on the surface implicate many interesting problems to be solved with electronic. That is design and programming of radio-controlled data acquisition systems as well as control systems for seismic impulse and vibrator sources. Another challenging task is planning, installation and initial operation of electrode arrays in boreholes.  For testing and optimization of the developed systems measurement campaigns have to be accomplished. One skilled worker and one apprentice implement the ideas of several electrical and electronic engineers.

Apprentice at working place

Measurement campaigns

  • Lehrbergwerk „Reiche Zeche“, Freiberg: 1998 bis 2012
  • Gotthard-Basistunnel, Schweiz: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008
  • Institut für Wasser und Gewässerentwicklung, Uni Karlsruhe: 2004, 2005
  • Ketzin, Brandenburg: 2005, 2007 bis 2012
  • Tunnel Maurice Lemaire, Frankreich: 2006
  • Katzenberg-Tunnel, Baden-Württemberg: 2006
  • Glendoe Hydro-Tunnel, Schottland: 2007
  • Schlüchtern-Tunnel, Nordhessen: 2007, 2008
  • Bleßberg-Tunnel, Thüringer Wald: 2009
  • KTB Windischeschenbach, Oberpfalz: 2010 und 2011
  • Tagebau Jänschwalde in der Lausitz, Brandenburg: 2011
  • Mammolshain im Taunus, Hessen: 2011
  • La Jonquera, tunnel for HVDC-link: 2012

Contact

Profile photo of  Dr. Rüdiger Giese

Dr. Rüdiger Giese
Centre for Scientific Drilling

Telegrafenberg
Building A 69, room 322
14473 Potsdam
tel. +49 331 288-1575

Laboratory manager

Mr. Kay Krüger
Centre for Scientific Drilling

Telegrafenberg
Building A 69, room 320
14473 Potsdam
tel. +49 331 288-1547