MATLAB Workshop – Read out your Phone Sensors with MATLAB

Hello everyone!

The Stud|Lab Team invites you to our next Workshop: Read out your Phone Sensors with MATLAB. At the end of the event, we will be raffling off 3 Amazon Gift Cards (25, 15 and 10 euros) and MATLAB Goodies. Everyone gets something 😊

When? Wednesday, June 29, at 16:30 CET

Where? Campus Garching – MW building (the room will be announced after registration)

What do you need to bring? A computer with MATLAB installed and a mobile device with the MATLAB App installed

Do you need prior knowledge in MATLAB? Yes, but only the basics. We recommend that you take MATLAB Onramp, if you find it necessary.

How can you register? On the form at the link https://linkin.bio/matlab-tum. There you will also find links to install MATLAB and to MATLAB Onramp.

Do you have any other question? Contact us by e-mail

Technischer Betriebsprüfer

Das Luftfahrt-Bundesamt sucht für die Außenstelle München zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt mehrere Ingenieurinnen / Ingenieure (FH-Diplom / Bachelor) (m/w/d) der Fachrichtung Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik für offene Stellen im Bereich Prüfung, Genehmigung und Überwachung von Instandhaltungsbetrieben/CAO, Unternehmen zur Führung der Aufrechterhaltung der Lufttüchtigkeit (CAMO). Details können der beigefügten Ausschreibung entnommen werden.

PhD-Candidate Position for Model-Based Safety Assessment of Safety Critical Avionics Architectures

The Institute of Flight System Dynamics is currently offering a full researcher position for Model-Based Safety Assessment of Safety Critical Avionics Architectures, starting as soon as possible. The open position includes the possibility to pursue a doctoral degree. Please find the details in the attached description.

Tutorial Announcement: Requirements in Structured Natural Language with FRET

Dr. Johann Schumann, a guest researcher from SGT/NASA, will give a tutorial on FRET (Formal Requirements Elicitation Tool), an-open source requirements formalization tool currently developed by NASA. The tutorial is planned for Thursday, January 23, 15:00 – 17:00 and Friday, January 24, 14:00 – 16:00 in the room MW 3618 (FSD Seminar Room). For a detailed abstract, please refer to the attached announcement.

Please register by contacting Julian Rhein.

Lecture announcement: Model-Based Fault Diagnosis

This April, the course “Model-Based Fault Diagnosis – A Linear Synthesis Framework using MATLAB” will be held by Andreas Varga at the FSD.

The lectures are held in the FSD seminar room MW 3618 during the following dates:

Week 1

  • April 4th: 09:00-13:00 (Wednesday)
  • April 6th: 09:00-12:00 (Friday)

Week 2

  • April 11th: 09:00-13:00 (Wednesday)
  • April 13th: 13:00-16:00 (Friday)

Week 3

  • April 18th: 09:00-13:00 (Wednesday)
  • April 20th: 13:00-16:00 (Friday)

Registration

Registration via Email required! Please send your name and enrolment number to Jorg Angelov.