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Automatic Control and System Dynamics

Teaching and Course of Studies


Being responsible for several foundation lectures in the area of automatic control, systems theory and systems modeling as well as numerous other offerings for students of distinct faculties, the laboratory plays a key role in teaching at the TU Chemnitz. Via specialization courses—most held in English language—connection to current research and new appeals are put across. Goal of our lectures is to give students the ability of a systematical-mathematical line of thinking and for abstract and system-oriented problem solving. Furthermore, we seek to help students to gain instincts for practical problems and solution realization throughout our practical courses. Motivation for independent research of our students is provided by group projects and small tasks.

Here you can find an overview of all offered lectures.

Structure and Outline of Studies for Students of Automatic Control

The following figure represents an outline of our offered lectures for students specialized in automatic control. However, this spectrum of bachelor and master courses ranges across all specializations, e.g. energy engineering. Located at the 'edge' of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, the Laboratory serves as a junction to the math, engineering, natural sciences and economic science faculties.

Systems and Dynamics Linear Control Systems Optimal Control Nonlinear Control Systems Modeling and Identification
Bachelor 4./6. Systems Theory
V2 Ü2 P0
Control Engineering 2
V2 Ü2 P1
5. Control Engineering 1
V3 Ü2 P1
Master 1./3. Optimal Control (∗)
V2 Ü2 P2
Modeling and Identification of Dynamical Systems 1
V2 Ü2 P2
Advanced Control Methods (∗)
V2 Ü2 P2
2. Dynamics and Control of Networked Systems (∗)
V2 Ü2 P2
Nonlinear Control (∗)
V2 Ü2 P2
Modeling and Identification of Dynamical Systems 2
V2 Ü2 P2
Complex Systems Seminar
V2 Ü0 P0

Coding: Obligatory, Elective Notation: (∗): in english language

The above table is a reference and provides an outline without guarantee. For details, please look in your specific study regulations.