Tutors Wanted

We are looking for student tutors for Praktikum Regelung und Automation experiments in the coming WS22/23.

It is scheduled from October 26 to the end of January, every Wednesday from 13:15 to 17:00. It will be given in German.

Master students get 207,00 euros monthly for working 3.5h every week as tutors. The payment monthly for bachelor's students is 178,00 euros. You may give the same experiment 12 times or less, depending on the number of groups we have.

Please note that one cannot quit in the middle of the semester.

If you are interested in accepting this offer, please don't hesitate to contact Ms. Chen<yuhong.chen@tum.de>. Please, note that this offer is sent to other candidates and the available positions will be filled on a first-in first-served basis.

Tutors Wanted

We are looking for several student assistants for the lecture "Control Systems 1" in summer semester 2022. The task is to supervise the course exercises. The payment is according to TV-L.

If you are interested, please contact Mr. Kerz by email (sebastian.kerz@tum.de).

Unsolicited Applications for PhD Positions

The Chair of Automatic Control Engineering is always looking for highly qualified scientific personnel. Prerequisite is an outstanding final degree in Engineering, Informatics, Mathematics, or Physics. Good knowledge of control theory, robotics, communication technology and higher programming languages like C, C++ and Java are expected. We expect applicants to be enthusiastic, creative and willing to work independently and responsibly.

Apart from research, the tasks include contributing to research proposals, guiding and tutoring students during their theses, and teaching German and English lectures and seminars.

Salary is paid according to the German Labour Agreement TV-L 13. The employment is usually aiming at achieving a PhD degree.

Please send your electronic application comprising the relevant documents (cv, transcript of records, certificates etc.) to Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing./Univ. Tokio Martin Buss (Chair of Automatic Control Engineering, Technical University of Munich, 80290 Munich, Germany), lsr@ei.tum.de.

Severely disabled people with the same suitability and qualifications are preferred. TUM is striving to increase the proportion of women, applications from women are therefore expressly welcomed.