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Modelica in Education

This page contains material and information to help lecturers at Universities and in industry to teach device-oriented / object-oriented modeling with Modelica. You mave also have a look at the Modelica books and tutorials listed here.

Material for Modelica in Education


We have a collection of teaching material (slides and in the future also exercises) available for download. The content is provided under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike license (CC-BY-SA), i.e., the same license as used by Wikipedia.

If you would like to provide some of your material also for free, please send an email to: Martin.Otter(at) Especially, do this if you utilize the material from here.

Teaching Modelica at Universities


The following table contains a partial list of Universities at which device oriented / object-oriented modeling with Modelica is utilized in courses or other events. Feel free to contact these lecturers. If you would like to be added to this list then please use the contact form. The ordering of the rows in the following table is alphabetically according to country and town.

University Lecturer Audience Name and description of event Language
University of South Australia Dr. Yee Wei Law 4th-year undergraduates and Master of Engineering students An introduction to Modelica is given within the course EEET 4071 Advanced Control English
University of Applied Sciences Technikum, Vienna Dr. Christian Kral and Prof. Anton Haumer Master Students in Renewable Urban Energy Systems Systems Engineering and Simulation German, partly in English
RWTH Aachen University Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Müller Master students of mechanical and environmental engineering Simulation of Building's Technical Systems German
Technische Universität Berlin Prof. C. Gühmann Master students of Electrical, Mechanical, and Computer Engineering Within Modelling and Real-Time Simulation
Overview of lecture
Technische Universität Berlin Prof. S. Jähnichen, Prof. P. Pepper Master students of Computer Science, Computer Engineering Modeling and Simuation of technical Systems Overview of lecture German
Fachhochschule Bielefeld
Prof. B. Bachmann Bachelor students for Applied Mathematics Overview of lecture
Technische Universität Braunschweig Dr.-Ing. W. Tegethoff Mechanical, and Mathematical Engineering, Mechatronics, Energy systems Modelling of thermal systems in Modelica
Overview of lecture
Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Schmitz and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ackermann Master students of mechanical engineering Systemsimulation German
Technische Universität München Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Otter Bachelor students of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Simulation of electro-mechanical systems
Overview of lecture
Technische Universität München Dr. Dirk Zimmer Master students of Computer Science Virtual Physics English/German
Universität der Bundeswehr München Prof. Dr.-Ing. Walter Waldraff Master course "Computer Aided Engineering" Simulation technischer Prozesse German
University College of Southeast Norway
Dietmar Winkler
Master students in "Electrical Power Engineering" and "Industrial IT and Automation"

Object-oriented Modelling of Hydro Power Systems

Linköping University Prof. P. Fritzson
Object Oriented Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems with Modelica
Overview of lecture
Lund University Johan Åkesson Master students in different engineering disciplines Projects in Automatic Control English
ETH Zürich Prof. Dr. F. E. Cellier
PowerPoint slides of the lectures:
in German,
in English,
in Castilian
Georgia Institute of Technology Prof. C. Paredis
Modeling and Simulation in Design
Lecture slides (in pdf format)


 Exchange repository of teaching materials


The Berlin Modelica User Group has initiated an exchange repository for educational material. The idea is to share lecture notes and material from different courses. If you are interested in participating in the exchange please contact Alexandra Mehlhase of the TU Berlin.

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