Professor Buss studied electrical engineering at TH Darmstadt and was awarded a doctorate at the University of Tokyo (1994). In 2000, he completed his lecturer qualification at TUM and was appointed to the Chair of Control Systems at TU Berlin. He has been full professor of control technology at TUM since 2003.
Professor Buss researches methods in control and system theory, in particular hybrid (discrete/continuous), switching, nonlinear dynamic systems for use in mechatronics, robotics, medical technology, communication technology, telepresence systems, teleaction systems and man-machine systems.
1. Hirche S, Matiakis T, Buss M: “A distributed controller approach for delayindependent stability of networked control systems”. Automatica. 2009; 45 (8): 1828-1836.
2. Strolz M, Mörtl A, Gräf M, Buss M: “Development, control, and evaluation of an actuated car door”. IEEE Transactions on Haptics. 2009; 2 (3): 170-180.
3. Althoff M, Stursberg O, BussM: “Computing reachable sets of hybrid systems using a combination of zonotopes and polytopes”. Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems. 2009; 3: 233-249.
4. Kuschel M, Kremer P, Buss M: “Passive haptic compression methods with perceptual coding for bilateral presence systems”. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (Part A: Systems and Humans). 2009; 39(6): 1142-1151.
5. Peer A, Buss M: “A new admittance-type haptic interface for bimanual manipulations”.IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics. 2008; 13 (4): 416-428.