The Institute of Flight System Dynaimcs’ Flight Safety Group conducts research on quantifying risks of serious incidents and accidents in aviation. Therefore, predictive analysis methods that combine physically motivated models with large-scale analyses of operational flight data are investigated.
In collaboration with TUM’s Chair of Applied Mathematical Statistics, we aim to model accident scenarios by combining physically motivated model based approaches with flexible stochastic approaches for data-driven aviation safety analyses. For this interdisciplinary field of research, we are offering a PhD scholarship, granted by TUM’s International Graduate School of Science and Engineering (IGSSE).
Craig Buhr from The MathWorks, Inc., will give a short presentation on Deep Reinforcement Learning and the MathWorks roadmap on that topic. The presentation is given on October 17th, 2019, from 10 am-11 am in the FSD seminar room MW3618. You can find more details in the attachment.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Heller is happy to announce the 19th run of his lecture “Flight Dynamics Challenges of Highly Augmented Configurations” in the upcoming Winter Semester 2019/20 featuring updated, revised and restructured contents.
It is the objective of the elective lecture module to impart basic knowledge up to the state-of-the-art concerning the manifold flight dynamics challenges within the development of modern FbW aircraft (from preliminary design up to testing, clearance and certification).
Prof. Dr. Sébastien Gros from NTNU will give a short course on Reinforcement Learning. The course is given in the week October 7th-11th, 2019, from 9 am-10:30 am in the FSD seminar room MW3618. You can find more details in the attachment.