Student research assistants
|Multi-Agent System for Microgrid-based Recovery from
|Development of microcontroller tool for Measurement Techniques and Distributed Intelligence for Power Systems course||Description||Gaurav Roy||English|
|Development of Modelica models
of electrical components for energy grid simulation
|Stability Analysis of Low Voltage AC Microgrid||Description||Edoardo De Din||English|
|Development of measurement device for Hybrid AC-DC grid||Description||Gaurav Kumar Roy||English/German|
|Development of an Optimization Tool
to Combine Battery Storage and Different other Components
|Development of hardware interfaces for HIL applications||Description||Marco Cupelli||English|
|Refinements of a technique for online parametric
identification of AC Power Grid Impedances and system-level
Development of a Dynamic Phasor Solver for Real-Time Simulation
|Design of a real-time cyber-physical system to study the impacts of cyber security attacks on power operation||Description||Abhinav Sadu||English/German|
|Development of an Embedded Hardware Multi-Agent System for Energy Management in a real house||Description||Baptiste Feron||English|
|PyCity – an interactive platform for simulation and optimization of city districts in context of recent research projects||Description||Michael Diekerhof||German|
|Containerized applications for the Smart Grid use case||Description||Stephan Gross||English|
We are continuously looking for strongly motivated PhD student candidates with a diploma/master degree in electrical engineering who are fluent in English and German.
We are currently looking for applicants for positions within technical informatics/computer science and for Power Engineering.
Current Job openings:
Our research covers areas like:
- Modeling, simulation and control of large and distributed power systems
- Grid integration of renewable energy sources
- Home energy systems
- Grid automation
- E-Mobility impacts on electrical grid
- Energy management on closed systems
- Distributed measurements and observers
- Agent based control
- Wide area network stability
- Control under uncertain conditions
- Stable and secure communication infrastructure for Power Systems
- System Software for Power and Communication Systems
- Operating Systems
- High-Performamce Computing
- Large-Scale Distributed Systems
- Embedded and Real-Time Systems
The position allows for a PhD according to the current regulations of the RWTH Aachen. We’re happy to receive your application.
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. A. Monti, Director ACS
Institute for Automation of Complex Power Systems
For initial information, feel free to contact our Division Heads.
RWTH Aachen University is certified to be a family-friendly university.
At RWTH Aachen, we would especially like to encourage the careers of women, and therefore look forward to applications from female candidates. In case of equal applicability, competence and technical qualification, women will be favoured, as long as they are underrepresented within the unit of organisation and as long as there are no predominating reasons to choose a rival applicant.
Applications from handicapped candidates who meet the qualifications are explicitly encouraged.
Professor Antonello Monti, director of ACS, was awarded "FAMOS für Familie" for family-friendly managament in 2017.
Currently there are no job openings.
Alternatively, you can try the Jobs Database of RWTH Aachen.