Paul Heckelmann, M.Sc.

Paul Heckelmann studied mechanical engineering at TU Darmstadt and State University of New York at Buffalo (USA). Focus of his studies were different simulation methods particularly in the automotive field. His studies focused on data-based methods and artificial intelligence in the field of automotive engineering. As part of his master thesis at IMS he improved a prediction model for vehicle longitudinal control.

Since October 2022, he has been employed as a research associate at IMS in the Vehicle Systems Research Group. His research focus is adaptive longitudinal control and operating strategy of connected, self-learning vehicles including methods from the field of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Therefore he is working on the “Campus FreeCity” research project.


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