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Date Topic Speaker From Room
30.10.2019
14:00
A Lyapunov-based small-gain theorem for infinite networks (abstract) Dr. Navid Noroozi Otto-von-Guericke Universitaet Magdeburg EN 223
05.11.2019
13:30
A computationalmodel of human personalities utilizing optimization and feedback theory, suitable for robotics and chat-bot applications (abstract) Prof. Chris MacNab University of Calgary, Canada EN 223
11.11.2019
16:15
Model reference adaptive control of input constrained systems (abstract) Prof. Jorge Esmeral Sofrony Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia EN 223
13.11.2019
15:00
Body-related mental representations and their potential uses for neurorehabilitation and engineering (abstract) Jaime Riascos Autonomous University Corporation of Nariño, Colombia EN 223
20.11.2019
11:00
Event-based Vision for Robotics: A Bio-Inspired Paradigm Shift (abstract) Prof. Guillermo Gallego Robotic Interactive Perception Group, TU Berlin EN 223
07.01.2020
16:15
Nonlinear Filter Methods in Vehicle Motion Estimation Vicent Rodrigo Marco Daimler AG, Zentrum für Fahrerassistenz- und Fahrwerksysteme E 020
08.01.2020
10:15
Observability and Adaptive Filter Methods in Vehicle Motion Estimation Vicent Rodrigo Marco Daimler AG, Zentrum für Fahrerassistenz- und Fahrwerksysteme E 020
16.01.2020
16:15
Dynamic Stability of Power Grids Using Machine Learning Christian Nauck RWTH Aachen/PIK Potsdam EN 223
21.01.2020
14:15
Bayesian State Estimation for Inertial Sensor Fusion, part 1 Manon Kok Delft University of Technology E-020
22.01.2020
10:15
Bayesian State Estimation for Inertial Sensor Fusion, part 2 Manon Kok Delft University of Technology E-020
29.01.2020
10:15
The UKF and Systematic Approximations of Probability Densities by Deterministic Samples Uwe Hanebeck Karlsruhe Institute of Technology E-020
13.02.2020
15:00
A Discrete Control Perspective on Cyber-Pysical System Design (abstract) Dr. Anne-Kathrin Schmuck Max Planck Institute for Software Systems, Kaiserslautern EN 223

Ph.D. Students Seminar

Date Topic Speaker Type Room
28.10.2019
13:00
On the Modeling and Control of extended Timed Event Graphs in Dioids M.Sc. Johannes Trunk PhD Thesis EN 223
17.01.2020
09:00
Adaptive Hand Neuroprosthesis Using Inertial Sensors for Real-Time Motion Tracking M.Sc. Christina Salchow-Hömmen
PhD Thesis
EN 223

B.Sc./M.Sc. Students Seminar

Date Topic Speaker Type Room
01.10.2019
14:00
Nonlinear system identification using recurrent neural networks Ferdinand Campe Bachelor Thesis
EN 223
21.10.2019
14:00
Entwicklung eines Stimulator-Sensor-Netzwerks zur Therapie von Freezing of Gait bei Parkinson-Patienten Ardit Dvorani Master Thesis
EN 656
22.10.2019
16:00
Optimierung des Regelverhaltens eines Hochfrequenzgenerators auf hohe Leistungsabgaben zur Anwendung an Katheterbasierten supraventikulären Ablationen bei Pulmonalvenenisolationen Alexander Dobrzinski Master Thesis
EN 223
26.11.2019
13:00
Entwerfen und Implementieren eines Softsensors in einer Ölraffinerie Adnan Ballan Master Thesis
EN 223
14.01.2020
13:15
Implementierung und Validierung einer Methode zur Echtzeitschätzung der Straßenneigung in eBikes Mohan Guo Master Thesis
EN 223
17.02.2020
13:00
Development and Validation of Long-Time Stable Magnetometer-free Inertial Lower-Body Motion Tracking Kai Brands Master Thesis
EN 223
17.02.2020
13:45
Development and Iterative Learning Control of a Two-Wheeled Inverted-Pendulum Robot Michael Meindl Master Thesis
EN 223

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