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IFAC World Congress: Bianca Wiesmayr reports

Bianca Wiesmayr, a PhD student from the LIT CPS Lab, attended the IFAC World Congress, opens an external URL in a new window in Yokohama last week, where she presented a part of her research focused on deriving behavioral models from control software.

Her work originated from a Master's project by Felix Roithmayr and aims to contribute to the future development of improved software solutions.

"What I value most about my work as a research assistant is that I can pursue my interests. Conferences like this allow me to focus on questions that interest me and broaden my horizon," says Bianca.

The IFAC World Congress serves as a platform for knowledge exchange – Bianca's research helps to promote innovation in the field of control software engineering. For more information about her research topics, visit: https://scholar.google.at/citations?user=cIHZAdwAAAAJ&hl=de&oi=ao, opens an external URL in a new window

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Bianca Wiesmayr at IFAC World Congress Bianca Wiesmayr at IFAC World Congress