Bachelor Project / Project Work

Module: FB16 - 4026 /  FB16 - 4006


  • Supervision:
    Scientific staff of the group
  • Extent:
    equivalent of 8 lecture hours per week, 12 credit points (FB16 - 4026) respectively equivalent of 4 lecture hours per week, 6 credit points (FB16 - 4006)
  • Content:
    The student choose a topic related to a current research project of the lab. The work on the chosen topic typically comprises the following steps:
    • 1. Analysis of the specified problem and reading relevant literature
    • 2. Dynamic modeling of a system to be considered
    • 3. Model-based design of a controller and often implementation of the algorithm in Matlab/Simulink
    • 4. Evaluation of the control performance by numeric simulation (possible modification of the controller if necessary)
    • 5. Documentation of the results
  • Prerequisites:
    necessary: successful completion of the courses Grundlagen der Regelungstechnik, Lineare Regelungssysteme, Matlab Grundlagen; depending on the chosen subject, the following courses my be necessary in addition: Nichtlineare Regelungssysteme, Discrete Event Systems and Control Theory
  • Assignment to degree programs:
    B.Sc. Electrical Engineering (FB16 - 4016)
    B.Sc. Mechatronics (FB16 - 4006)
  • Recommendation:
    If chosen within the B.Sc. program of Electrical Engineering, it is reasonable to thematically couple the project work with the B.Sc. thesis in order to allow for a more comprehensive study of the selected topic.


The start of the project work can be arranged flexibly upon request.

Open Topics

For inquiries on currently open topcis, interested students should contact the secretary of the group using: rst(at)

Please provide the following information:

  • degree program,
  • number of completed semesters in the program,
  • completed courses offered by Control and System Theory
  • topic(s) of interest (possibly with reference to the themes listed here)
  • desired starting date

Recently Completed Project Work

L. Kräling Verification of Lyapunov Candidates established as Deep Neural Networks
N. Karlin Bewegung unteraktuierter Dynamiken im Vektorfeld
L. N. Möller Schnelle Kollisionsvermeidung für autonome Rennfahrzeuge
J. Hagemann Stellgrößenschätzung anhand eines Quadrorotorsystems
T. M. Nguyen Optimales Routing und Energieoptimierung für eine Flotte elektrifizierter Fahrzeuge
D. U. Lind Lernbasierte Modell Approximation für intelligentes Wärmemanagement in Gebäuden
A. Heinen Untersuchung der Wirkung von Kopplungseffekten auf die Synchronisation in einem Netzwerk oszillierender Massen
A. Bouchtane Abstandsregelung eines zweirädrigen Lego-Mindstorms Roboters
P. M. Karl A Study on Diverse Practical Problems arising in Vaccination Processes Against Epidemic Virus Spread