Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control (IST)

The IST conducts both basic and applied research in the fields of automatic control, systems theory and systems biology. At the University of Stuttgart, we are responsible for educating students of a multitude of study programs in the above mentioned research areas.

At present, the team members of the institute can best be reached by email, telephone (the calls will be forwarded) or during office hours in their respective WebEx rooms under https://unistuttgart.webex.com/meet/<firstname>.<lastname>. Please consult the individual people pages for consultation hours.

Dear website visitors,

I would like to welcome you to the homepage of the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control (IST) at the University of Stuttgart. Our institute conducts both basic and applied research in the fields of automatic control, systems theory and systems biology. It is our aim to contribute to the progress of these areas through first-class and relevant research at internationally highest standards. 

At the University of Stuttgart, we are responsible for educating students of a multitude of study programs in the above mentioned research areas. The members of our institute are strongly committed to high-quality and innovative teaching. 

Enjoy yourself while browsing and reading our website. Please feel free to send us any comments and suggestions. 

With the best wishes, on behalf of all IST members,
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Allgöwer

Office hours at the institute

The office hours of Prof. Allgöwer will be conducted on appointment via WebEx until further notice.
Please send an email to allgower@ist.uni-stuttgart.de to request an appointment date giving your name, study program, semester and some keyword related to the topic you want to talk about (e.g. Übersichtsbogen).

Room: 2.246

Contact

 

Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control

Pfaffenwaldring 9, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany, Room 2.245

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