Chair of Automatic Control external view Lehrstuhl für Regelungstechnik Außenansicht

The Chair of Automatic Control (Lehrstuhl für Regelungstechnik) of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg is part of the Department Electrical Engineering (EEI) of the Faculty of Engineering.

Research activities at the Chair of Automatic Control focus on model and control design, analysis, and embedded optimization of dynamical systems ranging from nonlinear and infinite dimensional processes to discrete event and networked systems. Another expertise of the Chair of Automatic Control lies in transferring these advanced control and optimization concepts into practice by closely cooperating with industry, for instance from the automotive domain, robotics and process automation. The Chair of Automatic Control is responsible for the education in control engineering within several bachelor and master programs of the Faculty of Engineering.


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Since January, Philipp Kögler has strengthened our team at the Chair of Automatic Control as a new research assistant. Philipp is working on the POV.OS project and is concerned with the development of a modular and learning control and planning concept for professional operation vehicles.  ...

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The Chair of Automatic Control is involved in the recently accepted BMWK-funded project „Agent-based data-driven modeling for stochastic and self-adjusting control of building energy systems“ (AGENT-2) together with RWTH Aachen, Robert Bosch GmbH and Bosch Building Automation GmbH. The goal of the ...

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The joint research project "POV.OS - Hardware and software platform for mobile professional operation vehicles" funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) aims at developing an innovative automation platform for mobile professional operation vehicles bas...