Dr Andreas Endruweit obtained a degree in Physics (Diplomphysiker - equivalent Master of Science) at Bayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universitaet Wuerzburg in 1995 and a Master's degree in Polymer and Composites Engineering at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 1997. He completed a PhD (Doctor of Technical Sciences) at Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich in 2003. Since 2003, he has been Research Fellow in the Polymer Composites research group at the University of Nottingham and is now Associate Professor.
Andreas Endruweit is a member of the Composites Research group.
Andreas Endruweit is currently involved in teaching the following modules:
MMME3054 Fibre Reinforced Composites Engineering
MMME4094 Polymer Engineering
MMME4097 Finite Element Analysis
Dr Andreas Endruweit's main research interests are:
Experimental characterisation and modelling of processing properties of (textile) reinforcements, particularly permeability and formability
Development of methods and equipment for permeability measurement
Simulation of Liquid Composite Moulding processes
UV curing of laminates
Prepreg tack characterisation
He has contributed to formulating the following standards:
ASTM D8336 - Standard Test Method for Characterizing Tack of Prepregs Using a Continuous Application-and-Peel Procedure
ISO/DIS 4410 - Test methods for the experimental characterization of in-plane permeability of fibrous reinforcements for liquid composite moulding