Ann-Kathrin Schug

 


Research Assistant
Office:Building N, Room 1040
Telephone:+49 40 42878-2105
Email:ann.schug(at)tuhh.de


Research Interest:

Distributed control of spatially-interconnected systems

 

Teaching Responsibilities:

WS 2016/17Introduction to Control Systems, Advanced Topics in Control

WS 2017/18

Introduction to Control Systems, Advanced Topics in Control

WS 2018/19Introduction to Control Systems, Advanced Topics in Control

Short CV:

since 08/2016Research Assistant, Institute of Control Systems, Hamburg University of Technology
07/2016M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, Hamburg University of Technology

 

Lead-authored Publications:

A. Schug, A. Eichler and H. Werner, “A Decentralized Asymmetric Weighting Approach for Improved Convergence of Multi-Agent Systems with Undirected Interaction,” in 19th IFAC World Congress, 2014.

A. Schug and H. Werner, "Active Vibration Control of an Aluminum Beam - An Experimental Testbed for Distributed vs. Centralized Control", in 56th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2017.

A. Schug, P. Seiler and Harald Pfifer, "Robustness Margins for Linear Parameter Varying Systems," in AerospaceLab Issue 13, 2017, DOI:10.12762/2017.AL13-06.

A. Schug, S. Heinke and H. Werner, "Distributed Control of Large Scale Interconnected Systems with Boundary Conditions - Shift Operator vs. Interconnection Graph", accepted in 2020 European Control Conference, 2020.

A. Schug and H. Werner, "Spatio-Temporal Loop Shaping for Distributed Control of PDE System", accepted in 21st IFAC World Congress, 2020.

 

Co-authored Publications:

S. Wollnack, C. Kloock, A. Schug and H. Werner, “Well-Posedness & Stability Analysis for Spatially Interconnected Systems with Finite Extent,” in 2017 American Control Conference, 2017.

S. Gînta, A. Schug and H. Werner, “A Decomposition Approach for a Class of Spatially Interconnected Systems of Finite Spatial Extent," in 2018 American Control Conference, 2018.

S. Heinke, A. Schug and H. Werner, "Distributed Modeling of Structural Systems Based on Finite Element Methods with Application to an Actuated Beam", 58th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2019.

 

Supervised Student Projects:

Sabin-Mihai Ginta, “Implementation of Boundary Conditions for Spatially-Interconnected Systems”, Master's Thesis, 2017.

Simon Heinke, “Setup and System Identification of an Active Vibration Control Test-bench", Project Work, 2017.

Simon Heinke, “Active Vibration Control - Distributed vs. Centralized Control”, Master's Thesis, 2018.

Kevin Bizon, “Model Reduction of Flexible Structures”, Master's Thesis, 2018.

Supervised External Projects:

Jana Tomat, "Modellbildung und robuster Mehrgrößenreglerentwurf für die exspiratorische Anästhesiegaskonzentration und inspiratorische Sauerstoffkonzentration im Atemkreis eines halbgeschlossenen Anästhesiegerätes", Master's Thesis, 2017

Hannah Lüdders, "Entwicklung eines Regelungskonzepts für die Beatmungsregelung eines neuartigen Anästhesiegerätes", Master's Thesis, 2017

Ira Ehleben, "Erstellung eines Modells zur Prädiktion der Sauerstoffaufnahme während einer Allgemeinanästhesie", Master's Thesis, 2018

Jacob Williams, "Simulation des menschlichen Herz-Kreislaufsystems unter Beachtung von CO2 und O2 für einen beatmeten Patienten", Master's Thesis, 2018

Rebekka Denninger, "Entwicklung der Regelungstechnik eines modularen Umrichtersystems für Photovoltaik und Speicheranwendungen", Master's Thesis, 2018

Björn Bargstädt, "Erstellung und Validierung eines performanten 1-dimensionalen Simulationsmodells des pneumatischen Systems eines Anästhesiegeräts zur Vereinfachung von Unit Tests", Bachelorarbeit, 2019