Conventional heat pumps do not reach high temperatures permanently, cannot deal with fluctuating sources and sinks, and achieve a low heat rise. The ROTATION HEAT PUMP can do all of this – and much more.
The ROTATION HEAT PUMP implements a thermodynamic cycle that is based on a Joule process. With technology that is backed by several patents, the centrifugal force is used to achieve the highest efficiency and maximum flexibility.
Mag. Horst Gaisbauer has held various positions in the areas of M&A, corporate finance, mezzanine capital and venture for more than 10 years. As an employee of the Upper Austrian incubator tech2b, he has been the responsible investment manager for the Upper Austrian high-tech fund since 2011. Horst Gaisbauer graduated with a degree from Vienna University of Economics and Business and has extensive knowledge and experience in corporate finance and early phase financing.
Prof. Michael Mirow has taught strategic management at the Berlin University of Technology as well as at the University of Innsbruck as an honorary professor since 2000. He works as an advisor, coach, supervisory board member and advisory board member with young technology companies. He was a member of the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG (Germany) up to 2008, where he was responsible for the global corporate strategy of the Siemens Group up to 2002. He is has a degree in industrial engineering (Darmstadt University of Technology) and a doctorate from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Prof Mirow was born and grew up in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil.
Prof. Dr. Michael Mirow
Friedrich Papst worked as a member of the Executive Board of the machine and plant building company Andritz AG up until 2015, where he was responsible for the HYDRO and METALS divisions as well as the Purchasing, Production and Quality Control departments. He was also decisively involved in the founding and establishment of Chinese subsidiaries and managed the Supervisory Board for ANDRITZ CHINA for around 10 years. Friedrich Papst now works as a consultant and in the supervisory boards of ANDRITZ HYDRO GmbH and Schuler AG and in advisory boards of young technology companies. He graduated from Graz University of Technology where he studied mechanical engineering and economics.
Dr. Ernst Ungersbäck has worked for more than 15 years in the areas of venture capital and private equity, accounting and financing. The stages in his career have taken him, for example, to Ernst & Young, Capexit Beteiligungsmanagement AG and Erste Group Bank AG. Ernst Ungersbäck has a doctorate from Vienna University of Economics and Business and has extensive experience in analysis, structuring and execution of private equity / venture capital transactions.