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Since fall 2006 Armin Zimmermann has held a deputy professorship for real-time systems and robotics at the faculty of electrical engineering and computer sciences of TU Berlin. He is the principal investigator of the research group Model-Based Evaluation of Discrete Real-Time Systems and coordinates the graduate college "Stochastic Modelling and Quantitative Analysis of Complex Systems in Engineering". Prior to that, he was research fellow from 1995 to 1999 and research assistant from 1999 to 2006 at TU Berlin. In 1997, he had received the Krone award, the Carl Ramsauer award, and the Chorafas Foundation award for his thesis on modelling and analysis of manufacturing systems with Petri nets.
His research interests include modelling, performance evaluation, optimization, and control of technical systems using discrete-event models as well as their tool support.
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