Internship: Building a Pilot Trainee Evalutions Tool (m/f)

Our partner Airbus is offering an Internship:

We offer you the opportunity to work in a world-leading company in its field, oriented towards digital technology, at the forefront of research and innovation.
A work-study offer has just been opened within Airbus Operations on our Toulouse St Martin site where the internship is to take place.
You will join the department Flight Dynamics Simulation whose mission is to build a tool to evaluate Pilot trainees

This internship is to be filled from February 2019 (date subject to a certain flexibility)

Look here for Detail at AIRBUS

Supplier Loads Focal Point – Electrical Flight Control Systems

Supplier Loads Focal Point – Electrical Flight Control Systems

A vacancy for a Supplier Loads Focal Point for Electrical Flight Control Systems (m/f) has arisen within Airbus in Toulouse, France.
You will join the Loads and Aeroelastics domain in the Flight Physics Centre of Competence, part of the wide and transnational Engineering organization of Airbus Commercial Aircraft.
You will be part of a team delivering Manoeuvre and Ground loads, Static Aeroelastics models and insuring the link between the Loads and Aeroelastics domain and the Aircraft Control domain.
Your role will be to ensure the technical coordination between the Flight Control System team and the Loads and Aeroelastics community for a given Airbus programme (A320, A330, A350, A380, etc…).

Look here for Detail at AIRBUS

Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in im Bereich Avionik und sicherheitskritischer Hardware

Wir suchen am Lehrstuhl für Flugsystemdynamik für unser Team ab sofort und in Vollzeit, eine/n Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in im Bereich Avionik und sicherheitskritischer Hardware

Siehe Stellenausschreibung


Christoph Krammer, M.Sc.

Guest Seminar: Machine Learning in Optimal Control

The Institute of Flight System Dynamics welcomes Professor Sébastien Gros from Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg, Sweden) for a guest seminar from November 5th – 9th, 2018 (seminar dates: Mon – Fri, 9-10:30 am, MW 3618).

The topic of his seminar is “Machine Learning in Optimal Control” and should give an introduction to the technique of reinforcement learning (i.e., “adaptive optimal control”) that uses the available measurement data gathered over the operation time to continuously increase the performance of the optimization algorithm and its result.

More information and the contact for questions can be found in the announcement.

Open position at IFS (UniBw): Sensoreinsatz in bemannt‐unbemannten Flugmissionen

Currently our partners at the Institute of Flight Systems at the University of Armed Forces Munich is looking for a research assistant in the field of UAVs:

See jobposting

Please contact:

Univ.‐Prof. Dr.‐Ing. Peter Stütz
Professur für Luftfahrttechnik (LRT 13)
Universität der Bundeswehr München
85577 Neubiberg

Lecture Announcement: Flugdynamische Herausforderungen hochgradig-reglergestützter Konfigurationen

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Heller is happy to announce the 18th run of his lecture “Flight Dynamics Challenges of Highly Augmented Configurations” in the upcoming Winter Semester 2018/19 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).

More details can be found on the poster and the flyer.