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Constantin Wiesener

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Constantin Wiesener

Technische Universität Berlin
Fachgebiet Regelungssysteme
Sekretariat EN11
Einsteinufer 17
D-10587 Berlin

Office: EN 239 (Elektrotechnik Neubau)
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-24094
Fax: +49 (0)30 314-21137
Email: wiesener@control.TU-berlin.de

Brief Biogaphy

I studied electrical engineering and audio communication at the TU Berlin from 2004 to 2010. During my studies I spent one year at the UPM in Madrid, Spain. After my diploma and master thesis I worked as a software developer for zplane.development and Native instruments. Since 2011 I worked as a control system engineer for ventricular assist devices at Berlin Heart GmbH. In April 2015 I started working towards my PhD thesis as a research assistant in control systems group headed by Prof. Jörg Raisch at TU Berlin.

Journal Articles

Dongfeng, L., Roth, M., Wiesener, C., Schauer, T., Schmidt, H., Raische, J.. Reha-Maus : a novel robot for upper limb rehabilitation. In Automatisierungstechnische Verfahren für die Medizin, VDI-Verlag, 2010.

Conference Proceedings

Wiesener, C.. Functional electrical stimulation (FES) cycling. In BIONNALE 2017, Speed lecture award, Berlin, Germany, 2017 (first place).

Wiesener, C., Ruppin, S., Schauer, T.. Robust Discrimination of Flexion and Extension Phases for Mobile Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Induced Cycling in Paraplegics. In IFAC Conference on Cyber-Physical&Human-Systems, Floriniapolis, Brazil, 2016 (best paper award).

Ruppin, S., Wiesener, C., Schauer, T.. Inertial Sensor-Based Control of Functional Electrical Stimulation in Paraplegic Cycling. In IFESS conference, La Grande Motte, France, 2016.

Sievert, A., Wiesener, C., Arndt, A., Drewelow, W., Simanski, O.. Control of an extracorporeal heart assist device. In International Conference on Control Applications (CCA), IEEE, London, England, 2012.

Wiesener, C., Flohrer, T., Lerch, A., Weinzierl, S.. Adaptive Noise Reduction for Real-time Applications. In Proc. of the 128th Audio Engineering Society Convention, AES, London, England, 2010.

Student Master- / Bachelor Theses

  • Bachelor'sThesis: Estimation of muscle recruitment for FES-cycling, Sascha Jahn, 2016
  • Master Thesis: Inertial sensor-based control of functional electrical stimulation in paraplegic cycling, Stefan Ruppin, 2016
  • Master Thesis: Weiterentwicklung eines Herz- Kreislaufmodells für die Simulation der Wechselwirkung zwischen Restherzaktivität und Herzunterstützungssystem, Jan van Gülpen, 2012
  • Master Thesis: Entwicklung und Konstruktion eines aktiven Kreislaufmodells für die Evaluierung von Herzunterstützungssystemen (VAD), Mario Arnold, 2012

Open source projects

  • daqbeagle: The daqbeagle is a data aquisition device for analog and digital signals and aswell combined with real-time capable target for simulink/matlab external mode. Together with a small shield it consists of three parts. The library consists of 5 blocks for data aquisition of 7 ADC channels at 12 bit, 8 digital outputs, 8 digital inputs, 2 PWM outputs, 2 DAC outputs (only working with shield or lowpass filter).


  • ert_mac: Target for simulink embedded coder to run simulink models in real-time under MacOSX with up to 10 kHz and the possibility to write custom blocks which use standard operating system calls.


  • Libusb driver for TMSI porti: The developed driver is based on the usage of the libusb-1.0. Using this lib it is possible to run the tmsi/porti device under linux 64bit (14.04) or even a armhf architecture like the beaglebone black.


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