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The Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has a vacancy for anAssistant/Associate Professor in Control of structured networks with applications in smart energy systems in the Control Systems (CS) group of the Department of ...
The Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has a vacancy for an
Assistant/Associate Professor in Control of structured networks with applications in smart energy systems
in the Control Systems (CS) group of the Department of Electrical Engineering.
Current day developments in modelling, control and optimization of dynamical systems require the handling of structured and (spatially) distributed systems. Modular built-up of systems, as well as structured connections of subsystems, ask for modelling and control tools that effectively utilize the distributed / structured character in the related modelling, control and optimization problems.
With the current developments in distributed power generation as well as the increase of renewable energy resources (wind, solar), there is an increasing demand on the proper handling of dynamical phenomena in power distribution networks. The introduction of smart energy systems in electricity grids (smart grids), sustainable cities and building automation requires advanced analysis and synthesis tools for design and optimal operation of structured dynamic networks. However also in other domains as industrial process control and in high-tech mechatronic systems the handling of structured and distributed systems is an important challenge for the systems and control domain.
To further strengthen the dynamics and control activities in this domain in the electrical engineering department, a position is created for an assistant/associate professor with a background in systems and control and a strong interest in energy systems technology. The prospective candidate should enjoy operating in a multidisciplinary environment, in particular in relation with energy systems groups.
Control systems group
The Control Systems group has a long tradition in modeling, system identification and control of dynamical systems. With an international staff and close cooperation with industrial research partners, the group covers four technology domains: industrial production processes, high-tech mechatronic systems, power networks and automotive systems. The basis of systems and control research and competence in the group is in system identification, model approximation, (nonlinear) model predictive control, spatial-temporal systems, networked and event-driven control, and model-based optimization. The group provides education modules in the BSc and MSc programmes of Electrical Engineering, Automotive Systems and the MSc programme Systems and Control. The group also actively participates in the PhD programme of the Dutch Institute of Systems and Control (DISC). Currently the group consists of about 40 people, among which 7 full-time academics. There are extensive links with industrial research partners, and there two awarded ERC projects on dynamic network identification and on identification and control synthesis of LPV systems.
As assistant/associate professor your role will be to:
We are looking for a candidate who meets the following requirements:
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