Sofiane Bouhedma M.Sc.

Scientific assistant

Mr. Sofiane Bouhedma studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Saad Dahlab in Algeria and graduated with a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He attended a Bachelor program in Computer Aided Manufacturing in Saad Dahlab University. In 2013 he graduated with a Master of Science in Mechanical Design, with a focus on the static and dynamic behaviour of piezoelectric actuators. In 2015 Mr. Bouhedma was granted a DAAD scholarship to pursue his Doctoral studies at the University of Rostock, under the Doctoral Programs in Germany. In the same year he joined the Energy Harvesting Research team at the Institute for Electronic Appliances and Circuits at the University of Rostock, with a research focus on the development and optimization of a dual-frequency vibration-based energy harvester for industrial applications, integrating a magnetic tuning scheme for bandwidth broadening. During this research period, Mr. Bouhedma took part in multiple joint research projects (KOMKAB2019, SFB1270) as a research assistant and gained a solid professional experience in the field of Sensor/Actuator technology, smart systems and active implants, as well as in vibration analysis and control.

Since March 2021, Mr. Bouhedma has joined the Chair of Microfluidics at the University of Rostock as a Research Assistant in the research project “Development of a high-speed large capacity printer for processing ceramic feedstocks in the CEM process”, where he is responsible for the development and optimization of a smart high-speed large capacity 3D printer.