M. Sc. Fabian Walz

  • Daimler AG
    Group Research & Advanced Engineering
    Vehicle Dynamics (RD/FFD)
    W59, HPC G005-BB
    Hanns-Klemm-Straße 45
    71034 Böblingen, Germany

Curriculum Vitae

Studies of Engineering Cybernetics at University of Stuttgart. During studies, work at Daimler AG and at the German Aerospace Center in the areas of fatigue recognition and alternative energy converters. Graduation thesis with Dr.-Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG on “Variable-Structure Decentralized Powertrain Control for Simulated Conventional and Hybrid Driving Strategies.” Since 2015, doctoral student with Daimler AG in the division of Research & Advanced Engineering.


Efficient and highly precise longitudinal dynamics control for future driver assistance and automation systems

Fully automated driving results in new challenges that have to be mastered by the longitudinal motion control of vehicles. Situations that have not been considered so far, such as crossing of road bumps, depressions, and other road unevenesses, have to be managed reliably and precisely. A human driver is not available as fallback solution.


Shaft Torque and Backlash Estimation for Longitudinal Motion Control of All-Wheel-Drive Vehicles
Walz, F.; Schucht, T.; Reger, J.; Hohmann, S.
2018. 2nd IEEE Conference on Control Technology and Applications, CCTA 2018; Copenhagen; Denmark; 21 August 2018 through 24 August 2018, 1434–1440, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). doi:10.1109/CCTA.2018.8511096
Control oriented tire and chassis model for low velocities on uneven roads
Walz, F.; Lu, B.; Hohmann, S.
2017. 2nd IAVSD Workshop on Dynamics of Road Vehicles, Proceedings, 2017., IAVSD