Dynamical Systems and Control

Services to industry

Special efforts to deliver suitable software tools for non-expert users are one of the main goals in the near future. This includes, but not limited to:

  • autotuning procedures of low level and of high level controller architectures
  • model realignment techniques for processes in changing environments
  • flexibility in cost function optimization with variable specifications
  • multiple-objective trade off optimization
  • cost-benefit analysis tools for optimal sensor-actuator pairing


To allow industrial research partners to benefit from the DySC expertise, master thesis with companies or external institutions are envisaged. Special contracts at the university level have been signed with Arcelor Mittal, Case New Holland, with DySC as partner.