Gerwald Lichtenberg

Professor of Physics and Control Engineering at the Faculty of Life Sciences at the HAW Hamburg and scientific director of the Fraunhofer application center for Integration of Local Energy Systems ILES
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Gerwald Lichtenberg is Professor of Physics and Control Engineering at the Faculty of Life Sciences at the HAW Hamburg and scientific director of the Fraunhofer application center for Integration of Local Energy Systems ILES. His research areas are in the fields of model-based and learning control as well as fault diagnosis of complex systems such as local energy networks, building systems, or particle accelerators. The methodological focus of his work is on tensor decomposition methods and multilinear models.


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