The teaching activites of the Chair of Automatic Control comprise compulsory and elective courses as well as the respective exercises and laboratories at both the B.Sc. and M.Sc. level. Starting with the foundations in systems and control theory at an advanced stage teaching focuses on the control of nonlinear and distributed-parameter systems, optimization and optimal control as well as state estimation and observer design. This is complemented by the integration of numeric and symbolic software tools to meet today’s requirements of universal computer-aided analysis and design.
Focusing on Control Systems Technology and Control Theory
If you are interested in focusing on Control Systems Technology and Control Theory during your M.Sc. studies, then please consult the exemplary study plan (in German or English, last updated 21.01.15).
- Control Systems I (etit-109)
- Nonlinear Control Systems (etit-501)
- Optimization and Optimal Control (etit-522)
- Control of PDE Systems (etit-601)
- Mathematical Modeling (etit-619)
- Applied Nonlinear Dynamics (etit-614)