Each semester, the Systems Control and Optimization Laboratory offers student assistant positions and master/bachelor theses for outstanding students with a strong background and interest in systems, control and optimization, in programming, or in embedded control systems. Some of the student assistant positions regard research and some regard teaching.
- Master Thesis in Optimal Control Techniques Applied to Power Electronics
(in collaboration with Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems)
Master thesis in Nonlinear Real-Time MPC for an Electromagnetic Actuator
(at ZF Friedrichshafen)
Master Thesis on "Kompensation unterabgetasteter periodischer Störsignale"
(at Baumer Electric, Frauenfeld, Switzerland)
Master Thesis in Modelling and Identification of the Human Balancing System
(with Dr. Assländer, Sports Science, Konstanz)
Master Thesis in Optimal Control in Movement Neuroscience
(with Prof. Mehring, Biology Dept. Freiburg)
Master Thesis in Model Predictive Control and Embedded Optimization for Fast Mechatronic Systems
(at Bosch GmbH in Renningen)
European PhD Fellowship on Experimental Design, System Identification and Flight Trajectory Analysis of Rigid Wing Airborne Wind Energy Systems
(in cooperation with Ampyx Power B.V., The Netherlands)