Laboratory Mechatronic Systems

The aim of this course is to understand the basic principles and basics of system integration of mechatronic systems. This includes system dynamics and the physical working principles of mechatronic components and subsystems, since they are used as high-tech automation solutions in modern mechatronic systems.

As part of the lab course, the theoretic principles are applied to real systems. Students build up mechatronic systems and analyze/change their dynamic behavior.


Controllability and Observability of Dynamic Systems

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Optical Systems and Sensor Principles

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Principles of Atomic Force Microscopy

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Identification and Control of a CD Player

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Lecture notes

Entrance examinations


  • Written reports (50%), entrance examinations (25%), laboratory work (25%)