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Frau Hon.-Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Eveline Gottzein

Institut für Flugmechanik und Flugregelung
[Foto: Eveline Gottzein]


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70569 Stuttgart

1949 - 1957 Various employments in controls and communications (Ultra-Low Frequency Oscillators, Operational Amplifiers, Analog Simulators).
1952 - 1957 Studies of Electrical Engineering, and Mathematics and Physics at Technical University Dresden.
1957 - 1963 Studies of Mathematics and Control Engineering at Technical University (TU) Darmstadt, with interruption by industrial work periods (Electronic Associates Inc. Brussels, simulation of aircraft, nuclear power plants etc.).
1962 Diploma in Mathematics by TU Darmstadt.
1959 - 1993 Bölkow KG in Ottobrunn, later MBB GmbH.
1963 - 1993 Developed and led the "Control and Simulation Department" of the MBB Space Division. The department was continuously expanded to cover the wide area of guided missiles, launch vehicle GNC, attitude and orbit control for communications (e. g. Intelsat V) and scientific (e. g. Rosat) satellites, and the newly emerging area of magnetic levitation and guidance systems for Maglev high speed trains.
1993 Scientific Consultant to EADS Astrium GmbH for AOCS and related areas.
1983 Dr.-Ing. from Technical University Munich with dissertation on "The Magnetic Wheel as autonomous functional unit of modular levitation and guidance systems for Maglev trains".
1996 Appointment to Honorary Professor at University Stuttgart teaching "Spacecraft Dynamics and Controls".
1994 - 2002 Member of Board of Directors, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB).
2005 Teaching Space Master Course (Space Dynamics and Controls) at University Würzburg.
  • Auszeichnungen:
    Technical Society/Organization Date Recognition
    Stiftung Werner-von-Siemens-Ring 13.12.1993 siehe auch externer Link 
    Goverment of Bavaria 1998 Maximiliansorden
    Government of Germany 2000 Großes Bundesverdienstkreuz
    AIAA 14.05.2007 AIAA Fellow
    IFAC 10.07.2008 IFAC Fellow
    TUM 25.10.2011 TUM Distinguished Affiliated Professor
  • Abkürzungen:

    AIAA    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 
    IFAC     International Federation on Automatic Control 

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