Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are transforming our lives by offering a next level of functionality, reliability, efficiency and performance through the tight integration of our physical and information worlds. The Cyber-Physical System Center Eindhoven (CPSe) focuses on the advancement of the engineering methods required to create the next generation of CPS, by fusing the engineering disciplines of the cyber and the physical worlds. The Center is organized as a lean support organization within the Department of Electrical Engineering. It leverages the expertise in control systems (CS), electronic systems (ES), electrical energy systems (EES), and electromechanical actuation and power electronics (EPE) with respect to research, funding and valorization in the strategic application domains High-Tech Systems, E-Grids, and E-Mobility.
Towards integrated tool sets for model-driven design of cyber-physical systems
AutoDrive: Ageing aware fast charging of batteries
The oCPS-ITN project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Program for Research and Innovation under grant agreement no 674875.
The overarching goal of the TRANSACT project is to develop a universal, distributed solution architecture for the transformation of…
RELATED RESEARCH GROUPS
The CPSe is a collaboration of four research groups within the Electrical Engineering department of TU/e.
The research field of CS is the area of dynamic modelling and model-based control of complex dynamic systems.
Electrical Energy Systems
Our research aims at transforming electricity grids towards a truly future-proof, sustainable energy supply. The group focusses on…
Electromechanics and Power Electronics
We carry out fundamental research on the energy conversion theory, methods, and systems, that serve as enabling technologies for future…
Our goal is to create constructive design trajectories for electronic systems that lead to high-quality, cost-effective systems with…
Meet some of our Researchers
Majid Nabi Najafabadi
Tiago Castelo de Oliveira
Jeroen van Dam
Esin Ilhan Caarls
Paul Van den Hof
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Convex incremental dissipativity analysis of nonlinear systemsAutomatica (2023)
Hybrid quantum-classical multi-cut Benders approach with a power system applicationComputers and Chemical Engineering (2023)
Model validation for voltage dip assessment in future networksElectric Power Systems Research (2023)
Impact of power supply fluctuation and part load operation on the efficiency of alkaline water electrolysisJournal of Power Sources (2023)
Fast simultaneous estimation of nD transport coefficients and source function in perturbation experimentsScientific Reports (2023)