Ph.D. Student and Research Assistant
|||J. Bethge, B. Morabito, J. Matschek, and R. Findeisen. Multi-mode learning supported model predictive control with guarantees. In Proceedings of 6th Nonlinear Model Predictive Control Conference (NMPC), pages 616--621, Madison, United States, 2018.|
|||K. J. Kazim, J. Bethge, J. Matschek, and R. Findeisen. Combined predictive path following and admittance control. In Proceedings of American Control Conference (ACC), pages 3153--3158, Milwaukee, United States, 2018. [ DOI ]|
|||J. Matschek, J. Bethge, P. Zometa, and R. Findeisen. Force feedback and path following using predictive control: Concept and application to a lightweight robot. In Proceedings of 19th IFAC World Congress Toulouse, pages 10243--10248, Toulouse, France, 2017. [ DOI ]|
If you are interested in doing your thesis on Model Predictive Control in the context of robotics or autonomous driving, don't hesitate to contact me!
Send me a short e-mail with the following information, this may increase your chances of being considered as a candidate:
- a brief description of who you are: name, study program, time planned for developing the project,
- A transcript of your grades from Bachelor and Master studies (pdf-file),
- which project are you interested in,
- a clear statement of why you think you could succesfully complete the project,
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Currently, I'm working as a Ph.D. student and research assistant under the supervision of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rolf Findeisen at the Institute for Automation Engineering at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. Since April 2017 I am additionally a fellow of the research training group Mathematical Complexity Reduction.
I studied Systems Engineering and Engineering Cybernetics at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg until November 2016. The topic of my master thesis was the conceptuation and implementation of a hybrid force/position model predictive controller for path following. The application was the KUKA lightweight robot IV. During 2013/2014 I studied at the Tampere University of Technology in Finland.
I have spent internships at the Robert Bosch GmbH in Schwieberdingen in 2012 and at the Cibite AG in Donauwörth in 2014. In 2011 and 2012 I was part of the organizing team of the RoboCup German Open. Since December 2016 I am a member of Rolf Findeisen's Group for Systems Theory and Automatic Control. Go to Top