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Michael Hertneck

Research Assistant
Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control


+49 711 685-61579

Pfaffenwaldring 9
70569 Stuttgart
Room: 3.240

Office Hours

Tuesday, 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm or on appointment in my personal webex room


Control over communication systems, especially event-based sampling and sampling strategies for nonlinear networked control systems

Journal publications

  • Steffen Linsenmayer, Michael Hertneck, Frank Allgöwer
    Linear Weakly Hard Real-Time Control Systems: Time- and Event-Triggered Stabilization,
    IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2021 (accepted). [preprint]
  • Michael Hertneck, Johannes Köhler, Sebastian Trimpe, Frank Allgöwer
    Learning an approximate Model Predictive Controller with Guarantees,
    IEEE Control Systems Letters, 2018.

Conference publications

  • Michael Hertneck, Steffen Linsenmayer, Frank Allgöwer
    Stability Analysis for Nonlinear Weakly Hard Real-Time Control Systems
    21st IFAC World Congress, 2020, accepted. [preprint]

  • Michael Hertneck, Steffen Linsenmayer, Frank Allgöwer
    Model-Based Nonlinear Periodic Event-Triggered Control for Continuous-Time Systems with Sampled-Data Prediction
    in Proc. European Control Conf. (ECC), Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2020, pp. 1814-1819. [preprint]
  • Michael Hertneck, Steffen Linsenmayer, Frank Allgöwer
    Nonlinear Dynamic Periodic Event-Triggered Control with Robustness to Packet Loss Based on Non-Monotonic Lyapunov Functions
    in Proc. 58th IEEE Conf. Decision and Control (CDC), Nice, France, 2019, pp. 1680-1685


  • Michael Hertneck, Frank Allgöwer
    A Simple Approach to Increase the Maximum Allowable Transmission Interval
    Arxiv preprint arxiv:2006.03268. 


Praktikum ERT (SS 2019, SS2020)

Projektwettbewerb ERT (SS2020)

KRT Gruppenübung (WS 2020/2021)


since 04/2019 Research and teaching assistant at the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany.
04/2018−09/2018 Internship at Robert Bosch GmbH, CR/AEE2, Renningen, Germany.

Studies in Mechatonics at the University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany.

  • Master thesis: 04/2019
    "Nonlinear Periodic Event-Triggered Control Based on Non-Monotonic Lyapunov Functions"
  • Student thesis: 03/2018
    "Learning an Approximate Model Predictive Controller with Guarantees"
  • Bachelor thesis: 09/2016
    "Weiterentwicklung und Evaluation von Objekterkennungsverfahren
    auf Basis von Farb- und Tiefenblidern"
06/2013 Abitur at Lichtensterngymnasium, Sachsenheim, Germany
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