Research Assistant | Payload Engineer SONATE-2, AI-Hardware
Aerospace Information Technology
Department of Computer Science VIII
Emil-Fischer-Str. 32, Room 1.212, 1st floor, right side
Julius Maximilians Universität Würzburg
Campus Hubland Nord, D-97074 Würzburg
Clemens Riegler went to Engeering School in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, from 2009 to 2014. His major was in information systems. For his studies he went to JMU Würbzurg, Germany, where he studied the bachelor of aerospace computer science which he finished in 2018. Continuing at JMU he went for an elite master’s degree in Satellite Technology finishing in 2021. Since 2015 Clemens is part of the Airbus Talent Scholarship Program.
Alongside his education and academic activities, he was leading Project Daedalus and for Project Daedalus 2 founded the student Association WüSpace e.V. (www.wuespace.de) which is realizing many projects. Furthermore, he is an active Member of the Young Senate at DGLR.
Alongside his education and academic activities, Clemens was leading Project Daedalus and for Project Daedalus 2 founded the student Association WüSpace e.V. (www.wuespace.de). Furthermore he is an active Member of the Young Senate at DGLR.
His Research interests are:
- Reentry Vehicles
- Entry Descent and Landing
- Atmospheric flight on other planets
- Interplanetary Exploration