Control Algorithms

For many years now the ISW works in the area of basic research concerning algorithms for control engineering in machine tool and plant construction.

For many years, the ISW has been carrying out fundamental research concerning algorithms for control engineering in the context of machine tools and plant engineering. The target is to improve accuracy and finish quality at workpiece machining, to reduce the machine and tool load and to decrease the machining time. For this purpose, the ISW is developing novel interpolation methods, algorithms for collision-free path planning, high-performance control algorithms on basis of FPGA as well as algorithms for kinematic and physical imaging of machines and plants for real-time simulation.

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This image shows Tobias Bux

Tobias Bux


Group Leader "Industrial Control Engineering"

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Colin Reiff


Group Leader "Mechatronic Systems and Processes"

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