Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst Schulte
University of Applied Sciences Berlin (HTW)
Department of Engineering I
Control Engineering Group
Wilhelminenhofstrasse 75A
12459 Berlin, Germany

Horst Schulte received the diploma degree in Electrical Engineering from TU Berlin and
the Ph.D. degree in Control Engineering from University Kassel (Germany). He joined the
Bosch Group in 2005 where he worked in R&D projects in the field of modeling, optimization
and advanced control of actuators, power systems and drive trains. Since November 2009,
he has been a full Professor at the University of Applied Sciences HTW Berlin. His
research interests include nonlinear controller and observer design with Takagi-Sugeno (TS),
LPV and sliding-mode techniques, robust control system design, active fault-tolerant
control (FTC) system design with industrial applications. Prof. Schulte is one of
European Advanced Control and Diagnosis (EACD) steering committee members and a
member of IFAC TC 6.4 Fault Detection, Supervision & Safety of Technical Processes
and 7.1 Automotive Control.

  • Editor of the Journal Intelligent & Robotic Systems
  • Board Member of the Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
  • European Advanced Control and Diagnosis (EACD) steering committee
  • Management board of Federation of German Windpower and other Renewable Energies (FGW e.V.)
  • Member of the IFAC Technical Committee 6.4 Fault Detection,Supervision & Safety of Techn.Processes
  • Member of the IFAC Technical Committee 7.1 Automotive Control
  • Member of the IEEE Control Systems Society
  • VDI/VDE-German Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies
  • Member of the Technical Committee 5.14 Computational Intelligence

    Research Interest:
    • Fault Tolerant Control (FTC)
    • Modeling and Control of Complex Systems
    • Computational Intelligence in Control
    • Nonlinear Observer Design (Takagi-Sugeno and Sliding-Mode)
    • Model-based Control using TS and LPV model classes

    Current Research Projects
    • Fault Detection, Isolation and Fault tolerant control of Wind Turbines,
    • Design of TS/LPV and Sliding Mode Observer for TS Systems
    • Nonlinear Control of Power-Split Transmissions
    • Modeling and Control of Sustainable Power Systems

    Publication list at Research Gate

    Membership of Conference Committees