Henrik Ebel received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Simulation Technology from the University of Stuttgart in 2014 and 2016, respectively. His master thesis focused on the simulation and distributed control of a group of mobile robots in a transportation scenario.
Since 2016, he has been a doctoral student and a member of the research staff at the Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics at the University of Stuttgart, supervised by Prof. Peter Eberhard. His research interests include control theory and its applications to mechanical systems, especially to multibody systems and multi-agent robotic systems. In the focus of his current work are the cooperation of multiple robotic agents in demanding mechanical settings as well as optimization-based control schemes. He has completed research stays at the Laboratory of Machine Design at the LUT University in Finland, working in the area of multibody system dynamics under the supervision of Prof. Aki Mikkola, and at the Tongji University in Shanghai supervised by Prof. Qirong Tang. He is a member of the GAMM Activity Group “Dynamics and Control Theory“.