Advanced Seminar Networked Systems and Control (Advanced seminar)

Lecturer (assistant)
Duration2 SWS
TermWintersemester 2019/20
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DatesSee TUMonline

Course criteria & registration

Objectives

By participating in this module course the student gains knowledge in complex, networked and distributed control systems. After the participation the student is capable to work in a scientific way on a topic of recent research interest incomplex, networked and distributed control systems and to write a written scientific report. Furthermore, the student has the abilities to present the new findings to an audience of specialists.

Description

By participating in this module course the student gains knowledge in complex, networked and distributed control systems. After the participation the student is capable to work in a scientific way on a topic of recent research interest incomplex, networked and distributed control systems and to write a written scientific report. Furthermore, the student has the abilities to present the new findings to an audience of specialists.

Prerequisites

The participants of the module read and understand recent research articles (publications) by themselves, write an evaluative report and present their results. The topic is discussed extensively.

Teaching and learning methods

Every participant works on an individual topic. The main focus is on the student's individual work. In dependence of the particular topic, an advisor is assigned to the participant. The advisor helps the student in particular in the beginning of the course by giving him an introduction to the topic, providing appropriate literature and support for the research work as well as the preparing the written report and the oral presentation.

Examination

Exam consisting of the following parts: - Written report on the results (homework) - Regular discussions with the assigned advisor (research assistant) about the progress of the work and the procedure - Oral Presentation of the results (10 minutes) and subsequent colloquium (10 minutes)

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