Einladung zum Vortrag im Kolloquium Technische Kybernetik
Automotive Mechatronics: A New Research and Teaching Area at the University of Stuttgart
Prof. Hans-Christian Reuss
Institut für Verbrennungsmotoren und Kraftfahrwesen
Zeit: Dienstag · 25. 01. 2005 · 16:00 Uhr
Ort: Hörsaal 9.31 · Pfaffenwaldring 9 · Campus Stuttgart-Vaihingen
Automotive Mechatronics - A New Research and Teaching Area at Stuttgart University
• Center of Vehicle Engineering Stuttgart
• What is Mechatronics?
• Challenges Introducing Electronics in the Vehicle
• Research Topics
Hans-Christian Reuss was born in Duesseldorf, Germany, on February 6, 1959. He received the Dipl.-Ing. and the Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Berlin, Germany, in 1984 and 1989, respectively. From 1984 to 1989 he was with the Institute of Electronics, Technical University of Berlin, as an assistant (teaching and R&D) to Prof. Naunin, where he was engaged in the development of completely digital control systems for high dynamic servodrives.
In 1989 Dr. Reuss joined the PHILIPS Semiconductors Application Laboratory in Hamburg, Germany, where he was involved in the development of serial bussystems, and the design of microcontrollers for automotive applications.
In 1993 Dr. Reuss became professor at Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany. Here he held the first professorship in Automotive Electronics at a German University. In 2001 he was involved in the establishment of the DaimlerChrysler Competence Center of Electrical and Electronic Architecture and in 2002 he established the Institute of Automotive Mechatronics GmbH Dresden.
In 2004 Prof. Reuss moved to Stuttgart to take over the chair of Automotive Mechatronics at the Institute of Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering (IVK) and to become a member of the management board of the Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS). His present teaching and research interests include auto-electrical systems, sensors, actuators, electronic control units, hybrid powertrains, software development, and test and diagnosis of mechatronic systems.