Content - Regelungstechnik EIT

Information Organizational structure of the course

In the summer of 2022, the course will most likely be held in face-to-face sessions again and is structured as follows:
Lecture: Mo. 08:30 - 10:00 a.m.
(starting 04.04.2022)
BA 026
Exercise: Mo. 10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
(starting 11.04.2022)
BA 026
Tutorium: Tue. 17:00 - 18:30 p.m.
(starting 26.04.2022)
Mi. 12:30 - 14:00 p.m.
(starting 27.04.2022)
BB 130

BB 130


Further details can be found in the organizing issues (pdf) or in the linked moodle course.



As of summer semester 2022


further links Regelungstechnik EIT


Organising issues (pdf,
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 LSF Course details in the LSF


Responsible:  Prof. Ding (Lecture), Dr.-Ing. Köppen-Seliger (Exercise)


L/E, 4 SWS
(4. FS, PV) 15 B.Sc.; (4. FS, PV) 15 B.Sc.; (4. FS, PV) 15
B.Sc.ISE; (4. FS, PV) B-EIT-19; (4. FS, PV) EIT BA; (2. FS, PV) M-
Nano(NPT)-19; (2. FS, PV) NE MA NPT; (6. FS, PV) WIng B.Sc. E;
(6. FS, PV) WIng B.Sc. IT

Information Lecture content

The two-semester course consists of a lecture, an exercise in the first semester and a practical course in the following semester. The lecture mainly deals with the basics of control engineering.

Control engineering is a basic subject of engineering sciences. The subject has the interdisciplinary and methodological character that has strongly characterized its development in recent years. Today, control engineering problems from different application areas are generally treated and solved in a uniform manner, although the respective physical interpretation is not ignored. The basis for this is the mathematical description of technical systems in the form of models, and the basic principle is called feedback.

Within the scope of this lecture part, basic knowledge of the so-called classical control engineering is taught. After a short introduction, different methods for the description of technical systems are presented. The treatment of the differential equation and the application of the Laplace transformation form the basis of the system description in the time domain and in the frequency domain, respectively. Subsequently, the topic of stability analysis is treated in detail, which is the basis for system analysis and controller design. At the end of the lecture, different methods for controller design are presented.

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