PhD in Mathematics and Engineering
In the Faculty of Mechanical and Process Engineering there are currently open a few of research assistant positions in the area of dynamical systems and control.
Research Assistant in Complex Dynamical Systems (f/m)
The central goal of research consists in developing theoretical bases for holistic approaches to design and analysis of dynamical systems in heterogenous domains. Instances of research projects include topics in:
- hybrid and switched dynamical systems
- event-triggered and discrete-event systems
- control of partial differential equations, and
- stochastic control.
Possible applications are to be defined but are not limited to:
- collaborative robotics
- network dynamics and cyber-physical systems
- scheduling and coding
- machine learning in distributed systems
- systemy biology and chemical engineering, and
- power systems and smart grids.
Applicants should have successfully completed university studies in the field of control, mathematics, computer science, physics, or electrical engineering. They have proven excellent mathematical and abstract reasoning skills.
Credits will be given to the experience in specific mathematical areas, e.g. optimization, stochastics, partial differential equations and dynamical systems.
The employment contract is based on contracts for the civil service (TVöD-Bund) and either will initially be time limited. TU Kaiserslautern is committed to increasing the number of women in those areas where they are underrepresented and especially encourages them to apply. Under same qualifications, preference will be given to disabled candidates (please enclose supporting documents).
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Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering,
University of Kaiserslautern,
Gottlieb-Daimler-Straße, Postfach 3049,
About TU Kaiserslautern
Systems theory and cyber-physics The research focus of the group lies on control systems theory. One of the central research goals consists in developing a theoretical basis for a holistic approach to designing control systems in a cyber-physical domain, this invoking conceptual and technical interactions between control (i.e., computation), communication and...More about TU Kaiserslautern