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"2018 Outstanding Student Paper Award of IEEE CDC" for ITR publication

The paper "An Uncertainty-Based Control Lyapunov Approach for Control-Affine Systems Modeled by Gaussian Process", co-authored by Jonas Umlauft, Lukas Pöhler, and Sandra Hirche, received the 2018 Outstanding Student Paper Award of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, the flagship conference of the Control System Society.

Jakob Fröhner Young Author Paper Award Finalist at IFAC CPHS conference for ITR publication

The paper “A virtual embodiment paradigm in evaluation of human-in-the-loop control” co-authored by Philipp Beckerle, Satoshi Endo and Sandra Hirche has been selected as one of the four finalists at the 2nd IFAC conference on Cyber-Physical & Human Systems (CPHS) 2018 in Miami, USA.

Poster Paper Award at Chinese Control Conference 2018

The paper entitled “Bounded Consensus of Linear Multi-Agent Systems with External Disturbances Through a Reduced-Order Adaptive Feedback Protocol” authored by Xianwei Li and Sandra Hirche received the SCIS-CCC Poster Paper Award at the Chinese Control Conference in Wuhan/China in July, 2018. The paper was selected among more than 800 candidates.

Walter Gademann Preis 2018 für Melanie Kimmel

Dr.-Ing. Melanie Kimmel hat den Walter Gademann Preis 2018 für ihre Dissertation“ Constrained Nonlinear Control for Safe Human-Robot Interaction“ erhalten am 9.11.2018. 

Armin Lederer hat den Kurt-Fischer Preis für seine Masterarbeit am ITR erhalten

Armin Lederer hat den Kurt-Fischer-Preis für seine Masterarbeit "Daten-basierte Ansätze zur modellpraediktiven Regelung" im Mai 2018 erhalten. Die Masterarbeit wurde am Lehrstuhl für Informationstechnische Regelung durchgeführt und von Jonas Umlauft sowie Prof. Sandra Hirche betreut.

Best Student Paper Award Finalist at WODES 2018

The paper entitled “LQG Control via Wireless Sensor Networks with Minimal Power” authored by Touraj Soleymani, Sandra Hirche and John S. Baras has been selected as finalist for the Best Student Paper Award at the 14th Workshop on Discrete Event Systems at Sorrento Coast in Italy in 2018.

Best Conference Paper Award - Finalist and Best Paper Award on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) - Finalist

Paper entitled “Estimating unknown object dynamics in human-robot manipulation tasks” authored by Denis Cehajic, Pablo Dohmann, and Sandra Hirche has been awarded the Best Conference Paper Award - Finalist and the Best Paper Award on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) - Finalist at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in Singapore.

Prof. Hirche member of The European Academy of Sciences and Arts

Prof. Sandra Hirche has become a member of The European Academy of Sciences and Arts. The official announcement will take place in March 2015. The focus of the Academy is on interdisciplinary discussion across specialist areas, ideologies and scientific cultures as well as promoting transnational dialog and visionary developments of new scientific knowledge and academic thinking. You will find more information about The European Academy of Sciences and Arts here

Best Cognitive Robotics Paper - Finalist for Denis Cehajic

Denis Cehajic got the Finalist Best Cognitive Robotics Paper Award at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in 2014.

Kurt-Fischer-Award for Adam Molin's PhD Thesis

Dr.-Ing. Adam Molin got the Kurt-Fischer-Award for his PhD Thesis „Optimal Event-triggered Control with Communication Constraints“ in November 2014 from EIKON e.V.

Dominik Sieber finalist for ECC 2014 Best Student Paper Award

Dominik Sieber is one of the finalists for the Best Student Paper Award of the 13th European Control Conference (ECC). The award for the paper titled “Uncontrollability of Controlled  Consensus Networks characterized by Faria Vectors” (co-author Prof. Sandra Hirche) has been presented to Dominik Sieber on June 26th, 2014 in Strasbourg (France).

Best Paper Award for Frederik Deroo and Prof. Sandra Hirche

Frederik Deroo and Prof. Sandra Hirche were awarded the Best Paper Award 2013 for the journal paper"A MATLAB Toolbox for Large-Scale Networked Systems" in the tools category of the journal at-Automatisierungstechnik .

Best Student Paper Award Finalist and Best Application Paper Finalist at IROS 2012

For the paper titled “6D Workspace Constraints for Physical Human-Robot Interaction Using Invariance Control with Chattering Reduction" Melanie Kimmel got the Best Student Paper Award of the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) 2012 in Vilamoura, Portugal. This paper was also awarded as Best Application Paper Finalist for Melanie Kimmel, Martin Lawitzky and Prof. Sandra Hirche.