Institute of Flight Systems and Automatic Control
For the winter term 2019/2020 the FSR is setting up a new course entitled “Machine Learning Applications”. In this course the application of Machine Learning in an engineering context will be demonstrated in a practical way. In addition to teaching the theoretical basics demonstration test benches and programming examples in MATLAB and/or Python will be used. For the preparation of this course the FSR is looking for support for the construction of the demonstrators, the creation of code and the creation of lecture documents such as slides in PowerPoint and documents which support the study of the students. go
The Institute of Flight Systems and Automatic Control offers a wide variety of courses and lectures, which, aside from the basics of Automatic Control and Flight Mechanics, also deal with Space Systems, Navigation, Systems Safety and the systemic evaluation of Air Transportation.
Here you can find an overview over current assignments for bachelor and master theses as well as ADPs / ARPs, which cover a wide spectrum of topics from the areas of aviation or automatic control.
Further information regarding our exchange program with the University of Colorado at Boulder or the authentication of international course achievements.
The goal of our research is the development of technologies to improve safety and efficiency of air transportation and to reduce its environmental impact. We concentrate on the onboard systems of the aircraft while we always bear in mind their interaction with the higher level systems.
Mainly conducting applied research, we frequently use technology demonstrators to evaluate the developed concepts and methods. Here the institute's test equipment consisting of full-flight simulators and other test rigs is introduced.
A chronological list of the latest publications can be found here.