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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schlosser

Institute for Hydrogen and Energy Technology (iwe)
Research Group Leader

Engineering Department

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schlosser | Hof University of Applies Sciences

Contact details


Hochschule Hof
Alfons-Goppel-Platz 1
95028 Hof


Campus Hof | Building C | Room C121

Office hours

Thursday: 14:30 - 15:30
Registration by email


Building Equipment Engineering

Task area

Examination board WT and UT


Prof. Schlosser will take over the teaching area of Technical Building Equipment from the winter semester 2014.
After completing his apprenticeship as a gas and water installer at the Wiegel company in Kulmbach, Prof. Schlosser studied mechanical engineering in the field of technical building equipment at the Technical University of Dresden.
After graduating, he went to Stuttgart to the Institute for Building Energetics at the University of Stuttgart and worked there as a research assistant. During his work at the institute, he gained experience in various projects in the fields of integral planning of building services equipment, geothermal systems in tunnel structures and energy management in the operation of buildings. He was active as a project manager in various national and European research projects and was a member of the energy management working group at the University of Stuttgart.
He gained particular experience on the topic of "Energetic evaluation of indoor air technology", on which he completed his doctorate in December 2012.
From 2013 until August 2014, Prof. Schlosser was employed by Drees & Sommer ABT GmbH in Stuttgart. The focus of his work was on the holistic consideration of buildings, with the aim of guaranteeing the desired use of an object through efficient planning quality and integrating energy concerns into the holistic consideration.

Heating and air conditioning

Building and system simulation

Building Services Engineering

Planning and control in building services engineering

Refrigeration Technologies

Building physics

Engineering mathematics

Research in the field of refrigeration and air-conditioning

Münchberg air conditioning laboratory