The Master's Program Systems and Control is a cooperation between the departments of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering. Research groups from both departments are involved in the program. Each research group represents a specialization.
Research groups Mechanical Engineering
Dynamics and Control
The group conducts high-level research with the emphasis on modeling, analysis and control of mechanical and mechatronic systems.Read more
Control Systems Technology
The group focuses on understanding the fundamental system properties that determine controlled engineering systems performance.Read more
Research groups Electrical Engineering
Electromechanics and Power Electronics (EPE)
The mission of the EPE group is to carry out fundamental research on electromechanics, power electronics and motion systems.Read more
Control Systems (CS)
The domain of dynamic systems and control provides essential tools for the smart and high-performance operation of technical...Read more
Research in the field of Systems and Control
The systems and control research of the involved departments focuses especially on positioning systems, automotive applications, machine dynamics, biomedical modeling of basic physiological processes and instruments (for example biorobotics), embedded dynamic systems, acoustics and controls, and large-scale process control systems. Within all these application areas, the integrated systems and control approach incorporates physical and experimental modeling, signal analysis and processing, model-based controller design and hardware and software systems.