Automatic control is the research area and theoretical base for mechanization and automation, employing methods from both mathematics and engineering. A central concept is that of the system which is to be controlled, such as a rudder, propeller or an entire aircraft. The systems studied within the lecture “Systemtheorie und Regelungstechnik” (SRT) are mostly linear systems.
SRT is a mandatory course for Bachelor students of Mechanical- and Process Engineering with 6 Credit Points. Lectures and exercises are held in winter semester.
The course consists of a weekly 3h lecture, 1h classroom exercise and 2h group exercise. Exams are held both in summer and winter semester.
The lectures are held by Prof. Dr.-Ing. U. Klingauf, assisting research associates are Frederik Prochazka M.Sc. and Saleh Krüger, M.Sc.
Lectures and exercises
Lecture (winter semester):
- Mondays from 5:10 till 5:55 PM in lecture hall L4|02/1+2
- Tuesdays from 9:50 till 11:30 AM in lecture hall S1|01/A1
Classroom exercise (winter semester):
- Mondays from 6:05 till 6:50 PM in lecture hall L4|02/1+2
Group exercise (winter semester):
- Dates for group exercises can be seen on our Moodle platform
- Next Examination date: 23.02.2018 at 8:00 AM (subject to modifications)
- Seat arrangement will be announced about one week before examination via Moodle
- Approved test aid material: Calculator, formular sheet (handout only)
- The consultation hours offered by the assisting research associates are for both questions with regards to content as well as organizational purposes. Please make an appointment via E-mail. Dates:
- Tuesdays, 3:00 until 4:00 PM in L101/568 (Frederik Prochazka)
- Thursdays, 3:00 until 4:00 PM in L101/568 (Saleh Krüger)
- We offer additional consultation hours for the preparation of the examination. You can find the dates on our Moodle platform.
Approval of abroad achieved Credit Points:
If you plan a semester abroad, please make sure – at an early state – which lectures you will visit to achieve an approval in “Systemtheorie und Regelungstechnik”. We are pleased to help you with this. Please contact Frederik Prochazka, M.Sc. (firstname.lastname@example.org-…).