Robin Strässer, PhD student of Prof. Frank Allgöwer, has received the Best Poster Award (3rd place) for the poster "Koopman-based Data-Driven Control of Nonlinear Systems". The award has been presented at the 3rd International Conference on Data-Integrated Simulation Science that took place in Stuttgart from 4 to 6 October 2023.
Prof. Frank Allgöwer has been appointed as IFAC advisor by the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC). This distinction has been awarded to Prof. Allgöwer for his outstanding contributions to the IFAC, in particular for his leadership of the organization as president in the years 2017-2020.
Dr.-Ing. Julian Berberich has been awarded the 2023 Dr.-Klaus-Körper Prize by the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM). The award is given out annually for outstanding PhD theses in the field of applied mathematics and mechanics. The thesis was supervised by Prof. Frank Allgöwer and is entitled "Stability and robustness in data-driven predictive control"
The paper by Dr. Johannes Köhler (currently at ETH Zürich), Prof. Matthias Müller (Leibniz University Hannover) and Prof. Frank Allgöwer was selected as best Theory / Methodology related paper for the IFAC Journal of Process Control Paper Prize, for 2020-2023. The paper "Periodic optimal control of nonlinear constrained systems using economic model predictive control" was published in Journal of Process Control, Volume 92, August 2020, pages 185-201.
Dr. Philipp Köhler, a former PhD student of Prof. Frank Allgöwer, has received the Kyb-Alumni Prize for the best doctoral thesis in Cybernetics in the period from 01.04.2020 to 31.03.2022. The title of his thesis is "Distributed economic model predictive control: cost-efficient operation of interconnected systems". The prize was awarded at the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the study program Engineering Cybernetics.
Dr. Julian Berberich, as well as former IST-members Dr. Johannes Köhler (ETH Zürich) and Prof. Matthias Müller (Leibniz University Hannover) together with Prof. Frank Allgöwer have received the 2022 IEEE CSS George S. Axelby Outstanding Paper Award. Their paper is entitled "Data-driven model predictive control with stability and robustness guarantees".
Dr. Anne Koch has been awarded the IVS-Award for her dissertation "Determining input-output properties of linear time-invariant systems from data" written under the supervision of Prof. Frank Allgöwer.
Dr.-Ing. Julian Berberich has been selected as a new GAMM Junior by the Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM).
Dr.-Ing. Johannes Köhler, former IST-member, has been awarded the 2021 European Systems & Control PhD Thesis Award for his dissertation "Analysis and design of MPC frameworks for dynamic operation of nonlinear constrained systems", written under the supervision of Prof. Frank Allgöwer at the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control. The award has been conferred at the annual European Control Conference 2022 that took place in London. The EECI PhD Award is granted annually in recognition of the best PhD thesis in Europe in the field of Systems & Control. It is the fourth time that the award goes to one of the former PhD students supervised by Prof. Frank Allgöwer. It makes the University of Stuttgart the only research institution in Europe that has received this award more than twice.
Every year, the University of Stuttgart awards prizes for the best publications from each of the ten faculties. This year the winning publication of the Faculty 7 is the journal paper "Robust and optimal predictive control of the COVID-19 outbreak" by Johannes Köhler, Lukas Schwenkel, Anne Koch, Julian Berberich, Patricia Pauli and Frank Allgöwer.
The former IST-member Dr. Ulrich Muenz of Siemens Technology received the prestigious "Inventor of the Year 2021" award of Siemens AG for his algorithms that are able to automatically stabilize power grids with a very high share of renewables.
For the fourth year in a row, the University of Stuttgart awarded prizes for the best publications from each of the ten faculties. This year, 2021, the best publications of the year 2019 were selected. The winning publication of the Faculty 7 - Engineering Design, Production Engineering and Automotive Engineering is the journal paper: "One-Shot Verification of Dissipativity Properties From Input–Output Data” by the authors Anne Koch, Julian Berberich, Johannes Köhler und Frank Allgöwer from the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control (IST). The press release of the University of Stuttgart and further information on all prize winning publications and their authors can be found under: https://www.uni-stuttgart.de/universitaet/aktuelles/meldungen/publikationspreise/
The IFAC Young Author Prize (YAP) for the best paper at the 16th IFAC Symposium on Control in Transportation Systems (CTS'21) has been awarded to Raffaele Soloperto.
Sebastian Schlor was awarded the Dr. Artur-Fischer-Foundation Prize 2021 for his master thesis with the title "Event-triggered Learning and Model Predictive Control" in the category "Prize of the Fischer group of companies". The thesis has been conducted at the Intelligent Control Systems Group (ICS) of the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems.
Johannes Köhler became one of three finalists of the IFAC Young Author Award at the 7th IFAC Conference on Nonlinear Model Predictive Control 2021. The paper title is " Stability and Performance in MPC Using a Finite-Tail Cost" by Johannes Köhler and Prof. Frank Allgöwer. The Young Author Award is for the best paper by an author who, upon the date of submission of the paper, is a PhD student.
Outstanding Student Paper awarded to Julian Berberich for his paper "Robust Constraint Satisfaction in Data-Driven MPCPaper" in collaboration with Johannes Köhler, Matthias A. Müller and Frank Allgöwer at the CDC Conference IEEE CSS Awards, December 2020.
In November 2020, the Kyb Alumni prize has been awarded to Dennis Gramlich and Sebastian Schlor for their Master Theses.
Michael Hertneck was awarded the IVS-Award 2019 for his master thesis "Nonlinear Periodic Event-Triggered Control Based on Non-Monotonic Lyapunov Functions".
|The Best Student Paper Award at the 8th IFAC Workshop on Distributed Estimation and Control in Networked Systems (NecSys 2019) has been awarded to Steffen Linsenmayer for the paper entitled "Event-based Containability for Linear Systems with Arbitrary Small Bit Rates" co-authored by Matthias A. Müller, Hideaki Ishii, and Frank Allgöwer.
|In November 2018, the Kyb Alumni prize has been awarded to Julian Berberich, Tim Martin and Stefan Wildhagen for their Master Thesis.
|The IFAC Young Author Prize (YAP) for the best paper at the 9th IFAC Symposium on Robust Control Design (ROCOND'18) and 2nd IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems (LPVS'18) has been awarded to Anne Romer.
The paper title is "Data-Driven Inference of Conic Relations via Saddle-Point Dynamics" by Anne Romer, Jan Maximilian Montenbruck and Frank Allgöwer.
The YAP prize is for the best paper at the joint 9th IFAC Symposium on Robust Control Design (ROCOND'18) and 2nd IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems (LPVS'18) of an author younger than 30 years by 3 September 2018".
|Dr. Victoria Grushkovskaya obtains the Prize of the President of Ukraine for young scientists 2017 (awards ceremony March 28, 2018 in Ukraine) for the series of scientific works titled “Stabilization and motion planning problems for multi-dimensional dynamical systems with uncontrollable linearization” consisting of 26 publications.
|The Kyb Alumni prize will be awarded to Johannes Köhler for his excellent Master Thesis in October 2017.
|The IFAC Journal of Process Control Paper Prize Award 2014-2016, a prize which is only awarded each three years, goes to Prof. Allgöwer, Martin Löhning, Marcus Reble, Jan Hasenauer and Shuyou Yu. They received the award at the 20th IFAC World Congress in Toulouse. The paper title is as follows: "Löhning M., M. Reble. J. Hasenauer, S. Yu and F. Allgower (2014). Model predictive control using reduced order models: Guaranteed stability for constrained linear systems. Journal of Process Control, 24, pp. 1647-1659."
|Dr. Shen Zeng belongs to the six finalists of the Young Author Prize at the 20th IFAC World Congress in Toulouse for his paper "Periodic Signal Compressors".
|Dr. Victoria Grushkovskaya receives the Honorary Medal for Young Scientists of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
|In November 2016, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Dr. Anders Lindquist.
|In September 2016, the Kyb Alumni prize has been awarded to Sven Knüfer for his Master Thesis.
|Dr.-Ing. Hans-Bernd Dürr receives the "Preis der Freunde der Universität Stuttgart für besondere wissenschaftliche Leistungen".
|The 2015 European PhD Award on Control for Complex and Heterogeneous Systems of the European Embedded Control Institute (EECI) has been awarded to Dr.-Ing. Matthias Müller.
|Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Allgöwer receives the IEEE CSS Distinguished Member Award 2015.
|Matthias Müller receives the Postdoctoral Fellowship for Leading Early Career Researchers of the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung.
|The Kyb Alumni prize has been awarded to Steffen Linsenmayer for his Master Thesis in September 2015.
|In July 2015, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Dr. Magnus Egerstedt.
|Matthias Müller receives the prize for the best talk at the "49. Regelungstechnischen Kolloquium Boppard".
|Mathias Buerger received the 2014 European PhD Award on Control for Complex and Heterogeneous Systems.
|The ACC Best Presentation in Session Award has been awarded to Gregor Goebel and Matthias Mueller in 2014.
|The MTZ-Award for Medical Systems Biology 2014 has been awarded to Jan Hasenauer for his outstanding dissertation.
|The Artur-Fischer-Preis has been awarded to Shen Zeng in July 2014 by the faculties 4 and 7 of the University of Stuttgart.
|In July 2014, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Dr. Lino Guzzella.
|The Kyb Alumni prize has been awarded to Shen Zeng for his Master Thesis in October 2013.
|Georg Seyboth has been distinguished as Outstanding Reviewer of the journal IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems in 2013.
|DeGruyter Publishing awarded Rainer Blind and Frank Allgöwer with the Best Paper Award for “On the Optimization of the Transport Layer for Networked Control Systems” in 2013.
|In June 2013, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Graham C. Goodwin.
|Mathias Bürger has been distinguished as Outstanding Reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control.
|Best Graduation of the Year awarded to Maximilian Montenbruck by Universität Duisburg.
|Best Graduation of the Year awarded to Florian Brunner by Universität Stuttgart.
|BioModels awarded Schliemann et al. als Model of the Year in 2012.
|Best SimTech PhD Student Publication 2012 with International Collaboration awarded to Mathias Bürger.
|Best Student Paper awarded to Daniella Schittler for her paper "A model for proliferating cell populations that accounts for cell types" at the Conference Workshop for Computational Systems Biology (WCSB 2012).
|Best SimTech PhD Student Publication 2011 with International Collaboration has been awarded to Marcus Reble for his paper "Model predictive control of constrained nonlinear time-delay systems" at the SimTech Seminar that takes place December 5-7, 2012, in Bad Boll.
|IEEE Student Travel Award has been awarded to Benjamin Briegel for his paper "On the Zeros of Consensus Networks" at the 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) and European Control Conference (ECC) that takes place December 12-15, 2011, in Orlando, FL, USA.
|SICE 2011 International Best Paper Award has been awarded to Kenji Kashima for his paper "Connection Profile Robustness of Heterogeneous Network of Piecewise Affine FitzHugh-Nagumo Model" by Kenji Kashima, Antonis Papachristodoulou and Frank Allgöwer.
|Best Student Paper Award for the contribution entitled "Visualization methods and support vector machines as tools for determining markers in models of heterogeneous populations: Proapoptotic signaling as a case study", at the Workshop for Computational Systems Biology (WCSB 2011), has been awarded to Dipl.-Ing Jan Hasenauer.
|In November 2011, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Lennart Ljung.
|The Outstanding Service Award wird Mitgliedern der IFAC verliehen, die einen wesentlichen Beitrag zu verschiedenen Inhalten für den IFAC geleistet haben. Das Kollegium zeichnete 2011 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Allgöwer mit diesem Preis aus.
|Georg Seyboth has been awarded the Artur Fischer Prize in 2011 for excellent graduation. (The Artur Fischer Prize is awarded once a year to the three best graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Stuttgart).
|IVS-Award 2010 has been awarded to Benjamin Briegel for his Study thesis at IST: "Input-Output Properties of Consensus Networks".
|"ACC Best Presentation in Session Award" has been awarded to Simone Schuler in 2010.
|The 2010 EECI PhD award, recompensing the best PhD works in Europe in the field of Embedded and Networked Control, has been awarded to Dr. Ulrich Münz.
|The Kyb Alumni prize has been awarded to Jingbo Wu and Georg Seyboth in September 2010 for excellent thesis.
|In July 2010, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Bruce A. Francis.
|The Dissertationspreis der Freundesvereinigung has been awarded to Dr. Steffen Waldherr in June 2010.
|Matthias Müller has been awarded the Artur Fischer Prize in 2010 for excellent graduation. (The Artur Fischer Prize is awarded once a year to the three best graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Stuttgart).
|The Prize for excellent graduation awarded to Martin Löhning in July 2009.
|The Prize for the best poster awarded to Jan Hasenauer in June 2009.
|In April 2009, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Roger W. Brockett.
|The Baden-Württemberg-Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik presented to Steffen Waldherr in November 2008 for obtaining extra qualification in Academic Instruction.
|The Kyb Alumni prize awarded to Simone Schuler, Gerd Simon Schmidt, Steffen Waldherr and Peter Wieland, in November 2008 for outstanding commitment in connection with the introduction of the new BSc study course.
|The Kyb Alumni prize awarded to Jan Hasenauer for his Diploma Thesis in October 2008.
|Best Paper Award of the IFAC journal Control Engineering Practice presented to the article on "Evaluation study of an efficient output feedback nonlinear model predictive control for temperature tracking in an industrial batch reactor" in July 2008 (article).
|A paper by Steffen Waldherr, Rolf Findeisen, and Frank Allgöwer qualified as finalist among 380 posters for IFAC World Congress Poster Paper Prize in July 2008. Poster title: "Global Senstivity Analysis of Biochemical Reaction networks Via Semidefinite Programming" (paper).
|The MTZ-Award for Medical Systems Biology 2008 awarded to Thomas Eißing for his outstanding dissertation.
|The Alfred-Kärcher Preis 2008 für besondere Studienleistungen awarded to Marcus Reble.
|Matthias Müller was awarded the IVS award for study thesis "Analysis of dynamical behaviour in singularly perturbed Lure systems".
|In January 2008, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Dr. Alberto Isidori.
|The Lehrpreis 2007 des Landes Baden-Württemberg awarded to Frank Allgöwer for outstanding achievements in teaching activities.
|In May 2007, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Dr. Rudolf E. Kalman.
|The prize of the Vereinigung von Freunden der Universität Stuttgart awarded to Dr.-Ing. Christian Ebenbauer for his doctoral thesis in 2006.
|In November 2006, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Dr. Jan C. Willems.
|In June 2005, the Peter Sagirow Distinguished Seminar Series has been delivered by Prof. Dr. Karl Johan Åström.
|Best Paper Award 2004 and 2005 of the Asian Journal of Control presented to the article on "Robust Two-Degree-of-Freedom Control of an Atomic Force Microscope".
|The Leibniz Prize has been awarded to Frank Allgöwer in 2003.