PhD projects

Below you find a list over current PhD projects at AUT. You may search for more projects and further descriptions in DTU's research database ORBIT - Online Research Database In Technology


Asgeir Daniel Hallgrimsson
Detection and evaluation of abnormal events in complex industrial processes
to be completed 2020
Co-funded by Centre for Oil and Gas

Robert Miklos
Learning-based Model Predictive Control of Spray Dryers
to be completed 2019
Co-funded by GEA Process Engineering A/S

Emil Krabbe Nielsen
Functional Modelling of Offshore Water Injection
to be completed 2019
Co-funded by Centre for Oil and Gas

Denis Kirchhübel
Combining functional modeling and reasoning with on-line event analytics

to be completed 2019
Co-funded by Centre for Oil and Gas

Pegah Barkhordari 
Data-driven Condition Monitoring of Switches and Crossings
to be completed 2019
Co-funded by Rail Net Denmark

Adrian Llopart Maurin
Managing Complex Systems and Applications fusing methods from AI and Control and Signal Processing
To be completed: 2018
DTU funding 

Dimitrios Papageorgiou
Fault-Tolerant control with coarse models in industrial applications
To be completed: 2017
Co-funded by Siemens AG

André Krabdrup Sekunda
Fault diagnosis and optimal control of electro-mechanical systems
To be completed: 2017
DTU funding

Lidia Furno
Modular robotics for underwater environments
To be completed: 2016
DTU funding 

http://www.aut.elektro.dtu.dk/research/phd-projects
25 SEPTEMBER 2017