Research

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paolo Mercorelli

Main research projects

„Technical vision system for coordinates measurement and maps digitalization of 3D surfaces”. Project submitted on March 2018 to CONACYT (Mexican State Ministry of Science and Innovation) in cooperation with Baja California Autonomous University, responsable person Dr. Oleg Sergiyenko, PhD, Head of Applied Physics Department of Engineering Institute. Waiting for the response.

„Complex Motion Modeling and Control for Robotic Systems”. ProjectID 19-00227S in cooperation with Academic of Science of Prague, Prague(Czech Republic). Project submitted on 06.04.2018 to  Czech Science Foundation. Waiting for the response.

Selbstoptimierende, modulare Mobilitätsplattform  für autonome Fahrt in digitalisierten Umgebungen”.  Innerhalb des Programms „Europa für Niedersachsen“. Project submitted 26.03.2018 together with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Xiaobo Liu-Henke of  Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Wolfenbuettel, Germany. Waiting for the response.

Globally Saturated Output Feedback Finite-Time Stable Tracking Control for Robot Manipulators”. Project-ID: ME 4960/2-1 und SU 1044/1-1. DFG Project together with Prof. Yuxin Su (Universität Xidian, China). Project submitted on 09.05.2017. Waiting for the response.

Input Optimization and Trajectory Planning of Robotic Systems”. Projekt-ID: 57440915. DAAD Project together with Dr. Kvetoslav Belda (Universität Prague, Czech Republic). Project submitted on 09.11.2018, waiting for the Response.

Switching systems control with application to hybrid city-drive motorcycles”. Projekt-ID: 57396721, DAAD Project together with Prof. Elena Zattoni (Alma Studiorum University of Bologna, Italy). Programm: Programm Projektbezogener Personenaustausch Italien 2018, project submitted on 29.07.2017. Waiting for the response.

Performance enhancement of a wind turbine output power using a new control technique”. DAAD Project together with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sameh Mahmoud of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Cairo, Egypt, project submitted on 19.12.2017. Waiting for the response.

Behaviour of Power Flow in a Mobile DC Link under Dynamic Conditions“.  Project supported by TERA MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH Friedrichshafen, Germany. Period: started in 2017-running project.

Modellierung, Simulation und Regelung eines E-Antriebs mit Range Extender“. In cooperation with University of Applied Sciences Flensburg and partially suppoerted by BMW-Motorcycles. Period: started in 2017-running project.

Takagi-Sugeno Methods with Application to Wind Power Systems. In cooperation with Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (University of Applied Science), Berlin. Period: started in 2017-running project.

Low-Cost Rapid Control Prototyping-System mit Open-Source-Plattform für die Funktionsentwicklung von eingebetteten mechatronischen Systemen (LoCoRCP)”. In cooperation between Leuphana University of Lueneburg and Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Wolfenbuettel, Germany, (Prof. Dr.-Ing. Xiaobo Liu-Henke). Period: started in 2017-running project.

Power Electronics for Automotive Applications„.  Project supported by Panasonic Industrial Devices Europe GmbH Power Electronics R&D Center. PANASONIC. Period: started in 2016-running project.

Finite-time tracking of robot manipulators with actuator constraints and position measurements only”. Project for DAAD-K.C. Wong Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cooperation between Leuphana University of Lueneburg (Germany) and Xidian University (China). Period: 2016-2017.

Support vector machines-based control of robot manipulators with actuator saturation”. Project for DAAD-K.C. Wong Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cooperation between Leuphana University of Lueneburg (Germany) and Xidian University (China). Period: 2015-2016.

Development of a simple easy-going control approach for global finite time positioning of robot manipulators with actuator saturations and with position measurements only”. Project supported by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Cooperation between Leuphana University of Lueneburg (Germany) and Xidian University (China). Period: August 2016 until November 2016.

Model simulation and design control of Peltier Cells for cooling applications”. Project supported by Leuphana and regional companies in Low Saxony (Germany). Period: 2014-2019.

Fully variable valve control for internal combustion engines”. BMBFProject-Nr.:17N2111 in cooperation between Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences and University of Rostock. Period: 2009-2013.

 Robust sensor”. Together with Prof. Wilmar Hernandez of the Department of Circuits and Systems, Polytechnic University of Madrid (Spain). Project supported by the Ministry of Science and Innovation of Spain. Period: 2009-2011.

Wavelets packets for multiresolution Kalman Filters to achieve an adaptive state Observation of dynamic systems. Together with Prof. Wilmar Hernandez of the Department of Circuits and Systems, Polytechnic University of Madrid (Spain). Period: 2008-2009.

Regulation of the Velocity in Automotive Applications Using Neural Network Structures. Project supported by Volkswagen AG (Research center), Responsible in Volkswagen Dr.-Ing. Frank Schulze K-EFA/E, Konzernforschung Antriebe/Antriebselektronik, Wolfsburg (Germany). Period: 2006-2007.

Advancement of a control system in park assistant. Project supported by Volkswagen AG (Research center), Responsible in Volkswagen Ing. Ulrich Wuttke EEFA/4 Volkswagen AG-Wolfsburg (Germany). Period: 2006-2007.

Conversion of Mapdate to Simulation of driverassisten with the help of Clothoid functions.  Project supported by Volkswagen AG (Research center), Responsible in Volkswagen Dr.-Ing. Christian Ameling, Abteilung Konzernforschung Fahrzeugdynamik, Wolfsburg (Germany). Period: 2005-2006.

Advancement of a control system for throttle plate in engine systems. Project supported by Volkswagen AG (Research Center), Responsible in Volkswagen Ing. Karsten Müller, Technologiezentrum: Am Kraienhop 5, 38550 Isenbüttel-Wolfsburg (Germany). Period: 2005-2006.

Magnetic valve control for engine systems. Together with Institut für Automatisierung und Informatik GmbH in Wernigerode (Germany). Project financed by AIF Arbeitgemeinschaft industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen, „Otto von Guericke e V.“ Projektträger für Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung. Period: 2001-2005.

Gross Error Detection by Using Wavelets” in ABB (Asea Brown Boveri) Corporate Research. In Promise project during research period in ABB (Asea Brown Boveri) Corporate Research, Heidelberg (Germany). Responsible in ABB Dr. Andreas Kroll. Period: 2000-2001.

New Mathematical Methods for the Analysis and Design of Intereoperable Electrical Rail Vehicles. In ATP ESCARV Project during the Industrial Post Doctoral program in ABB (Asea Brown Boveri) Corporate Research, Heidelberg (Germany). Responsible in ABB Dr. Peter Terwiesch. Project supported by European Commission through Marie Curie Program. Period: 1998-2000.