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A. Pretschner (March 2017)


 

What is PAES?

This study is focused on complex automated control processes, realized in such as in large-scale chemical plants, power plants and mechanical engineering production plants. Particular attention is payed to specific methods of large-scale systems and software-technology aspects. Technical tasks are accomplished adopting computer science and control technology methods in information detecting and industrial plants processing through automation of these systems (process automation and enterprise management). Of special interest are such subjects as control principles, control engineering design, data communications and database management and software technology. Even the basics of numerical analysis, artificial intelligence, simulation technology and real-time operation systems are been considered.

In recent years, the Institute's research profile shifted towards the use and control of biotechnological and biomedical systems. In collaboration with research institutes of the Biotechnology and Biomedicine, the Institute supports research in technical direction. Students who are interested in such challenging research tasks are able to participate in the form of Bachelor and Master Theses.

Since 2010 the Institute is more considering the new paradigms in the field of dezentrialized energy production and consumption. Aspecially the communication tasks in such processes are evaluated

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