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Quality Board

DLR’s corporate policy objective is to continue to meet the challenge of delivering high quality and excellence. Therefore, the Executive Board decided to implement a company-wide quality management s...
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Cardiovascular- and Volume Regulation

Research on interactions between neurohumoral cardiovascular regulation and water and electrolyte metabolism, especially under the influence of weightlessness and surrogate conditions (e.g. head-down ...
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Visualization of Geodata

DFD-WV is applying sophisticated visualization techniques for the intuitive presentation of complex scientific data sets. The primary objective of DFD-WV is to display research results of DLR intellig...
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Appropriate decision making – Thorsten Riedlinger about the Tsunami decision support system

The purpose of the Tsunami decision support system DSS is timely warning of the possibly affected population of the approaching wave. Torsten Riedlinger, responsible Project Coordinator of DLR (German...
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Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Weber
SpaceLife Doctoral Candidate 2009 - 2013

Weber T (2013) The role of impact loading on artery adaptations and the effect of muscle unloading on local blood supply and exercise tolerance - Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.), Deutsche Sporthochschule...
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Institute of Flight Guidance

Air traffic plays a crucial role in ensuring the mobility of people and goods around the globe. The Institute of Flight Guidance is working on the development and application of future processes and t...
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Stress and Fatigue in Helicopter Pilots of the Air Rescue Services

The helicopter based emergency medical services operate between sunrise and sundown, implicating up to 15.5 h duty time for helicopter pilots during summer time. Here, it is possible for the hours of ...
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