The Center for Reliable Mechatronic Systems has the vacant position:

A Phd position in cooperation with the NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology).

The main objective of this PhD position is to research and develop a digital twin to assist safety-demonstration of all electric control systems, including battery assisted fail-safe functionality. The digital twin shall be used in all lifecycle phases - including design as well as operation of the system. 

Please find detailled information about the position on the website of the NTNU:

PhD position in digital twin for safety demonstration

The Center for Reliable Mechatronic Systems looks for:

Students for the course of Study Advanced Systems Design as well as Students for Bachelor and Master theses in the fields:

Advanced Motion Control

Development of active orthoses and prostheses

Walking aids with cloudbased force feedback

Reliable engery storage

further projects

Additionally, a Bachelor and Master thesis can be made in the range of project ALLEN in cooperation with ebm-papst: