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PhD Project Mixed-Integer Feedback Control for Real-Time Application to Heat Pumps
In his PhD Project, Felix develops highly efficient and robust mathematical methods for optimizing controls under uncertainties. In particular, he is concerned with applications of such methods to heat pump systems used in next generation electric vehicles. These are challenging problems due to their nonlinear behaviour, the occurence of implicitly state dependent discontinues, discrete controls, combinatorial structure of constraints and structural as well as parametric uncertainty in the process model and data.
- Mixed-Integer Optimal Control
- Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Programming
- Large Scale Nonlinear Optimization
- Mathematical Programs with Equilibrium Constraints
- Nonlinear Model Predictive Control
- Uncertainty Quantification
- Robust Optimization
Felix studied mathematics and physics at Heidelberg University and the University of Toronto, Canada. He graduated from Heidelberg University with diplomas in both mathematics and physics in 2013. Since 2013 he works as PhD Student in the JRG Optimization of Uncertain Systems of Dr. Christian Kirches. A detailed CV is available upon request.