Professur Regelungstechnik

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hendrik Richter


Institut
MSR | Institut für Mess-, Steuerungs- und Regelungstechnik

Kontakt
Raum: W14.1
Telefon: +49 341 3076 1123
E-mail senden | hendrik(dot)richter(at)htwk-leipzig.de

Publikationen  ResearchGate ↗ | GoogleScholar ↗
Mitglied Konferenzkomitees  pdf-download ↗
Werdegang  Wikipedia ↗

Funktionen

➤ Mitglied des erweiterten Senats der HTWK Leipzig
➤ Mitglied des Prüfungsausschusses der Fakultät Ingenieurwissenschaften
➤ Mitglied des Fakultätsrats

Lehre

Bachelorstudium
➤ Regelungstechnik und Simulationstechnik
➤ Regelungstechnik 2
➤ Digitale und ereignis-diskrete Regelung

Masterstudium
➤ Regelungstheorie - Nichtlineare Regelung
➤ Naturinspirierte Problemlösung und maschinelles Lernen
➤ Stochastische und modell-prediktive Regelung

Forschung

➤ Analysewerkzeuge und Regelungsentwurf nichtlinearer Systeme
➤ Verfahren der Metaheuristik: biologie-inspirierte Problemlösungen, evolutionäre Algorithmen und evolutionäre Spieltheorie

Awards

➤ EvoMusArt 2018, Parma, Italy: Best paper award nominee. Visual art inspired by the collective feeding behavior of sand-bubbler crabs.
➤ IEEE WCCI 2016, Vancouver, Canada: Regular best paper award. Analyzing coevolutionary games with dynamic fitness landscapes.
➤ EvoComplex 2012, Malaga, Spain: Best paper award nominee. Analyzing dynamic fitness landscapes of the targeting problem of chaotic systems.

Talks & Tutorials

Tutorial | Game dynamics on evolutionary graphs - An introduction

Upcoming: IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation 28.06-1.07.2021 Kraków, Poland (VIRTUAL)

The tutorial will give an overview about concepts and research questions as well as addressing recent developments in studying evolutionary games on graphs. Particularly, the concept of game dynamics with changing strategies and interaction networks is addressed.

Tutorial Game dynamics on evolutionary graphs - An introduction ↗

Alife 2020 Talk

Generating symmetry and symmetry breaking in sand-bubbler patterns (engl.)

We study creating and breaking symmetry in digitally gen-erated artificial-life-based visual art. Therefore, an artificial swarm-based pattern-making system is used as a test bed. The patterns are generated algorithmically by emulating the collective feeding behavior of sand-bubbler crabs. Our fo-cus is on analyzing concepts and templates for incorporating symmetry and broken symmetry into the creation process of bioinspired art. All four types of two-dimensional symmetry defined by isometric maps are used to create images. Apart from treating geometric symmetry, we also consider color as an object of symmetric transformations. Color symmetry is realized as a color permutation consistent with the isometric maps. Therefore, color permutation groups have been de-signed which utilize mappings on a color wheel.

PDF Generating symmetry and symmetry breaking in sand-bubbler patterns ↗

YouTube Alife 2020 Talk ↗
YouTube Sand Bubbler Art ↗

Tutorial | Recent Advances in Fitness Landscapes (engl.)

IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (IEEE WCCI), Beijing, China, 2014

Fitness landscapes are an abstract way for describing the relationship between the genetically possible (genotype), the actually realized (phenotype) and the survival/reproduction success (fitness). In other words, fitness landscapes are about analysing and visualizing the relationships between genotypes, phenotypes and fitness, while these relationships lay at the centre of attempts to mathematically describe evolutionary processes and evolutionary dynamics.

The tutorial will cover the following topics.

  • Principles and perspectives of fitness landscapes
  • Examples of empirical and computational landscapes
  • Topology, measures and problem hardness
  • Coevolutionary and dynamic fitness landscapes
  • Open questions and research topics 

Tutorial Recent Advances in Fitness Landscapes ↗
PDF Recent Advances in Fitness Landscapes ↗

Tutorial | Concepts and recent results in coevolutionary games (engl.)

IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (IEEE WCCI), Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2018

Studying evolutionary and coevolutionary games can be seen as an attempt to address a long-standing and fundamental problem in Darwinian evolution. How can the two seemingly contradictory observations be reconciled that individuals experience selective pressure which entails competition in order to be successful in survival and reproduction, but at the same time there is wide-spread cooperative and even altruistic behavior between individuals (and also groups of individuals or even species)? In other words, how can we have selection that favors fitter individuals over less fit, while the same individuals regularly cooperate with and support each other, thus ostensibly leveling off differences in fitness?

Tutorial Coevolutionary games ↗
PDF Concepts and recent results in coevolutionary games ↗

News

Die HTWK Leipzig ist die zweitgrößte Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften in Sachsen (Foto: Stephan Floss)
Die HTWK Leipzig ist die zweitgrößte Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften in Sachsen (Foto: Stephan Floss)
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Zwei HTWK-Professoren an der Weltspitze

Stanford University listet weltbeste Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler auf

Wiener-Bau der HTWK Leipzig
Die EvoStar 2019 findet im Wiener-Bau der HTWK Leipzig statt (Foto: Swen Reichhold)
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Künstliche Intelligenz: Lernen von der Natur

EvoStar: Internationale Informatik-Konferenz zu „Evolutionary Computing“ vom 24. bis 26. April in Leipzig

Postersession im Innenhof des Wiener-Baus.
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Das war die Evostar 2019

Ende April waren mehr als 140 internationale Expertinnen und Experten für Evolutionäres Rechnen an der HTWK Leipzig zu Gast - drei studentische...

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Neuer Analyseansatz für die koevolutionäre Spieltheorie

Best Paper Award für HTWK-Professor Hendrik Richter auf internationalem Kongress für Künstliche Intelligenz


Besucheradresse Wiener-Bau

HTWK Leipzig
Fakultät Ingenieurwissenschaften
Wiener-Bau | Raum W 14.1
Wächterstraße 13
04107 Leipzig

Postanschrift

HTWK Leipzig
Fakultät Ingenieurwissenschaften
PF 30 11 66
04251 Leipzig