Johannes Störkle
PhD Student at Univ Stuttgart
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Johannes Störkle is a doctoral student and research associate at the Institute of Engineering and
Computational Mechanics (ITM), University of Stuttgart, Germany. He studied mechanical engineering
at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, and wrote his final thesis at the Institute for Dynamic
Systems and Control (IDSC) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich,
Switzerland. He got his Diploma degree from the University of Stuttgart and joined the ITM in 2013.
Furthermore, he collected work experience in companies like ABB, Alstom, Bosch-Mahle and Porsche.
His main research interests are the integrated modeling, dynamical-optical simulation,
optimization and control of high performance optics using model order reduction methods and
elastic multibody systems.
In 2012 he got a grant for the research stay and writing of the diploma thesis at the ETH Zurich
Thomas Gressmann Foundation. Furthermore he got in 2015 the EUSPEN Heidenhain
Scholarship and in 2016 the SPIE Travel Scholarship, both as travel bursaries to join the related conferences.
Publications (3)

SPIE Journal Paper | 6 April 2017
JATIS Vol. 3 Issue 02
KEYWORDS: Optical simulations, Systems modeling, Interfaces, Instrument modeling, Mirrors, Motion models, Optical aberrations, Geometrical optics, Astronomical imaging, Matrices

Proceedings Article | 15 August 2016
Proc. SPIE. 9911, Modeling, Systems Engineering, and Project Management for Astronomy VI
KEYWORDS: Mirrors, Interfaces, Wavefront aberrations, Computer simulations, Ray tracing, Optical simulations, Geometrical optics, Optical aberrations, Motion models, Systems modeling

Proceedings Article | 5 July 2016
Proc. SPIE. 10012, Integrated Modeling of Complex Optomechanical Systems II
KEYWORDS: Wafer-level optics, Lithography, Telescopes, Mirrors, Matrices, Interfaces, Computer simulations, Integrated modeling, Zernike polynomials, Objectives, Finite element methods, Optical simulations, Integrated optics, Astronomical telescopes, Semiconducting wafers, Systems modeling, Device simulation

Course Instructor
NON-SPIE: Lecture Machine Dynamics
Teaching Assistant: Introduction to engineering dynamics including the theoretical basics of modelling and dynamics, computer-aided engineering methods and practical applications.
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