The hybrid control systems group (HCS) is seeking a full-time student, preferably in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science, to support the development of a C++ Controller Synthesis Toolbox for Nonlinear and Hybrid Control Systems. The student will be in charge of integrating certain desired new functionalities in the already existing C++ environment of the toolbox.

The main application of the toolbox is to synthesize controllers for the mobile robots (see picture) in our robotic urban-like environment to enforce some high-level navigation tasks.

 

Required skills:  

  1. Outstanding C/C++ programming skills
  2. Some theoretical background in dynamical control systems
  3. Experience with Linux and GIT

 

We offer: 

  1. Remuneration on an hourly basis according to the usual rate for student assistants
  2. Flexible working hours and the opportunity to work from home

If you are interested, please send your detailed CV and specify the possible weekly working hours via email to matthias.rungger@tum.de. We are looking forward to hearing from you.