As an Innovative Training Programme, the focus lies in the joint training of the 15 early stage researchers (ESRs). This ITN provides not only scientific training in different areas such as control, communications etc. but also provides the researches with a set of personal and transferable skills. The researchers also have the chance to work on a personal career development plan and to pursue trainings that suit his / her mid-term and longer term professional goals.
The scientific trainings in different areas strengthens the interdisciplinary knowledge of the researchers. Also, the young researchers will gain relevant insights in the industrial applicability of research through industry / academia partnerships and secondments at industrial beneficiaries. Another focus lies in international exchange and mobility between different parties in Europe.
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Quality and innovation aspects of the training program
The oCPS program has five training objectives that are translated into three categories of target skills: scientific, personal and transferable skills. The objectives are achieved with training activities that are planned through personal career development plans for each ESR. Clicking on the image will present more details for each category.
The following mandatory trainings are planned within the course of the programme
oCPS Communication Systems, September 12-16, 2016, Stockholm, Sweden
oCPS Control Systems, October 10- 14, 2016, Munich, Germany
oCPS Organization, integrity & IP, December 12-16, 2016, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
oCPS Modelling and verification, April 4-8, Munich, 2017, Germany
oCPS Scientific writing and presenting, September 2017, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
oCPS Embedded systems, May 28-June 4, 2017, Soesterberg, The Netherlands
oCPS Innovation & Entrepreneurship, September 21-22, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
oCPS Teaching and supervision, October 24-26, 2017, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Information and Communication Theory in Control Systems, May 22–23, 2017, TUM, Munich, Germany.
Simulation and analysis of embedded real-time systems, INCHRON, webinar, June 27, 2017
oCPS summer school I TUM, IMT, TUE
Optimal Control and Dispatch of Smart Grids., Siemens
Applied model predictive control, ODYS M18-36
System development with the Imsys family of processors, IMSYS
Model-based design for CPS, Fortiss/TUM
Model integration and management,KTH M18-36
Professionalization and industrialization, TECHNO M18-36
oCPS summer school II TUM, IMT, TUE
Processor design space exploration based on the Silicon Hive architecture, INTEL (yet to be finalised)