Peter Dannenmann




Peter Dannenmann studied Computer Science at the University of Kaiserslautern. After completing his studies he worked with DaimlerChrysler Aerospace in Bremen (now Astrium Space Transportation), developing software for Failure Detection, Identification and Recovery (FDIR) in Aerospace Systems. This also was the topic of his PhD Thesis.

Subsequently he joined the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence in Kaiserslautern as a Senior Researcher.

Since 2009 Peter Dannenmann is a Professor for Computer Science in the Department of Engineering at the RheinMain University of Applied Science.

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May 31st 2016

Do you want to use Simulink® to simulate technical systems? Do you want to control real systems using an Arduino® microcontroller? Then this MOOC's for you. Enrol today! The main objective of this MOOC is to teach you how to use of Simulink® as a simulation tool suitable for a broad variety of application domains. We will specifically focus on topics of interaction of the simulation models with the real world using Arduino Microcontrollers and Simulink®'s corresponding Arduino Support Package.

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Nov 10th 2015

This MOOC explains how to model and simulate innovative ideas using MATLAB/Simulink and provides to you a number of methods suitable for modelling technical and economic systems and processes in a wide range of applications.

Average: 8.3 (11 votes)