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Sebastian Schlor


Research Assistant
Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control
[Photo: Wolfram Scheible]


Pfaffenwaldring 9
70569 Stuttgart
Room: 2.234

Office Hours

On appointment in my personal webex room.


My research interests include the area of privacy and security of dynamical systems and encrypted control.

  1. Conference papers

    1. Schlor, S., Strässer, R., Allgöwer, F.: Koopman interpretation and analysis of a public-key cryptosystem: Diffie-Hellman key exchange. In: Proc. 22nd IFAC World Congress. pp. 984–990. , Yokohama, Japan (2023).
    2. Schlor, S., Hertneck, M., Wildhagen, S., Allgöwer, F.: Multi-party computation enables secure polynomial control based solely on secret-sharing. In: Proc. 60th IEEE Conf. Decision and Control (CDC). pp. 4882–4887. , Austin, TX, USA (2021).
  2. (Journal-) Articles

    1. Strässer, R., Schlor, S., Allgöwer, F.: Decrypting Nonlinearity: Koopman Interpretation and Analysis of Cryptosystems. submitted, Preprint: arxiv:2311.12714. (2023).

since 07/2020

Research Assistant at the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, University of Stuttgart

10/2017 − 06/2020

Master studies Engineering Cybernetics at the University of Stuttgart

Master thesis: "Event-triggered Learning and Model Predictive Control" with Prof. Dr. Sebastian Trimpe at the Intelligent Control Systems Group of the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems.

08/2018 − 01/2019

Exchange studies at the KTH Stockholm, Sweden.

04/2019 − 09/2019

Internship at Trumpf Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG, Ditzingen

Department Machine Dynamics, Mechatronic Simulation

10/2014 − 11/2017

Bachelor studies Engineering Cybernetics at the University of Stuttgart

Bachelor thesis: "Modelling and Control of a Piezo-Actuated Tip-Tilt Mirror"


Abitur at the Carl-Schaefer-Schule in Ludwigsburg

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