Technische Universität München Robotics and Embedded Systems
 

TeachingSS2017CyberPhysicalSystems

 
Lecturer Prof. Matthias Althoff
Teaching Assistants Ahmed El-Guindy, Bastian Schürmann
Module IN2305
Type Lecture
Semester SS 2017
ECTS 6.0
SWS 3V+2Ü
Audience Elective for Master students in the following programs:
Informatics; Information Systems; Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence; Automotive Software Engineering
Time & Place Mon 08:30 - 10:00 Seminar room 00.13.009A
Tue 13:00 - 13:45 MW 1050, Johann-Bauschinger-Zeichensaal (in mechanical engineering building)
Exercise Fri 10:15 - 11:45 E.126, Hörsaal IMETUM (in IMETUM buidling)

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In many modern systems, computing elements are tightly connected with physical entities for which the term "cyber-physical systems" has been established in recent years. Examples are automated vehicles, surgical robots, smart grids, and collaborative human-robot manufacturing. After attending the course, students are able to model, analyse, and control cyber-physical systems at a level that enables them to continue deeper studies on their own.

Students are able to model cyber-physical systems and have a deep understanding of the interplay between continuous dynamics arising from physical entities (e.g. mechanical systems) and discrete dynamics originating from computing elements (e.g. discrete event control), leading to so-called hybrid dynamics. Students will be capable of designing, analysing, and controlling cyber-physical systems on a basic level. They can extract the relevant dynamical aspects of cyber-physical systems, discuss with experts on those and develop solutions on their own that meet given specifications.

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