M. Sc.

Alexander Warsewa

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Institut für Systemdynamik

Kontakt

+49 711 685-60504

Waldburgstrasse 19
70563 Stuttgart
Deutschland

Fachgebiet

Beteiligt an Teilprojekten, inklusive Position:

B02 Schaetzung des Systemzustands und optische Deformationsmessung, Projektbearbeiter

  1. 2020

    1. F. Guerra, S. Hartlieb, A. Warsewa, T. Haist, W. Osten, and O. Sawodny, “Holographic point replication as a sensor-enhancing technique for adaptive building control,” 2020.
    2. F. Guerra, T. Haist, A. Warsewa, S. Hartlieb, W. Osten, and C. Tarín, “Precise building deformation measurement using holographic multipoint replication,” Applied Optics, 2020.
    3. A. Warsewa, J. L. Wagner, M. Böhm, O. Sawodny, and C. Tarín, “Networked Decentralized Control for Adaptive Structures,” Journal of Communications, 2020.
    4. A. Warsewa et al., “Self-tuning state estimation for adaptive truss structures using strain gauges and camera-based position measurements,” Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 2020, doi: 10.1016/j.ymssp.2020.106822.
    5. A. Warsewa, J. L. Wagner, M. Böhm, O. Sawodny, and C. Tarìn, “Networked Decentralized Control for Adaptive Structures,” 2020.
  2. 2019

    1. F. Guerra, S. Hartlieb, A. Warsewa, T. Haist, W. Osten, and O. Sawodny, “Deformation measurement of large buildings by holographical point replication,” 2019.
    2. A. Warsewa, M. Böhm, P. Rapp, O. Sawodny, and C. Tarín, “Decentralized and Distributed Observer Design for Large-Scale Structures using Dynamic Condensation,” 2019.
    3. A. Warsewa, M. Böhm, P. Rapp, O. Sawodny, and C. Tarın, “Decentralized and Distributed Observer Design for Large-Scale Structures using Dynamic Condensation,” in 2019 IEEE 15th International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), 2019, pp. 1256--1262.
  3. 2018

    1. A. Warsewa et al., “Multi-modal sensor fusion for state estimation of an adaptive structures test bench,” 2018.

2016 - 2017, Masterstudium "Mechanical Engineering", Toyohashi University of Technology - Japan (Doppelmaster)

2015 - 2017, Masterstudium "Medizintechnik", Universität Stuttgart

2011 - 2014, Bachelorstudium "Medizintechnik", Universitäten Stuttgart und Tübingen

Seit 2017, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Systemdynamik, Universitäten Stuttgart

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