M. Sc. Tim Brühl

  • Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
    71287 Weissach


Curriculum Vitae

Cooperative Bachelor studies of electrical engineering at Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) with Porsche AG, graduated 2017. Subsequently practice working as a development engineer for radar sensors in the division Driver Assistance at Porsche AG. Master studies at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with semester abroad at Tampereen yliopisto/Tampere University, Finland. Master's thesis at Institut fuer Technik der Informationsverarbeitung (ITIV) with Porsche AG about the Design of a method for the simulative optimization of camera positions and parameters for highly automated driving.

Since April 2022 scientific staff at IRS.


A consistent concept for radar-based parking under formal guarantees

In future, highly automated parking functions, the vehicle will maneuver autonomously to its parking space using map and sensor data. In this, the data obtained via the environment sensors must satisfy formal guarantees to meet safety requirements. To this end, methods to conclude about the limit of error frequency for objects and geometries detected by the sensors are developed. This includes research into approaches for sensor data fusion and methods for validation of the fusion algorithms for the manifold range of situations occurring in automotive applications.