Curriculum Vitae  —  Tobias K. S. Ritschel

Personal information


Tobias Kasper Skovborg Ritschel



Date of birth

July 30th, 1991




2021–2023: Postdoctoral Researcher

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark

2020–2021: Postdoctoral Researcher

Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems

2019: Scientific Computing Engineer

2-control ApS

Research projects

ADAPT-T2D (Adherence through Cloud-based Personalized Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes).
KONSENS (Konsistente Optimierung und Stabilisierung Elektrischer Netzwerksysteme/Consistent Optimization and Stabilization of Electrical Power Grids).
COCOP (Coordinating Optimisation of Complex Industrial Processes).
OPTION (Optimizing Oil Production by Novel Technology Integration).

Review activities

IEEE Control Systems Letters (L-CSS): 2 reviews
Computational and Applied Mathematics (Springer): 1 review
Applied Mathematics and Computation (Elsevier): 2 reviews
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture (Elsevier): 1 review
SPE Journal: 1 review
IEEE Control Systems Society Conferences: 3 reviews
IFAC Conferences: 8 reviews
European Control Conference (ECC): 1 review


Guest lecturer

02612 - Constrained Optimization – Lecture 12, spring 2019

Teaching assistant

02612 - Constrained Optimization, spring 2016
02610 - Optimization and Datafitting, fall 2015
01907 - Calculus and Algebra 2, spring 2014
01906 - Calculus and Algebra 1, fall 2013
01330 - Mathematics 3 – Entrance to Advanced Mathematics, january 2013


2015–2018: PhD in Applied Mathematics

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark
PhD Thesis: Nonlinear Model Predictive Control for Oil Reservoirs

2013–2015: MSc in Mathematical Modeling and Computation

Technical University of Denmark
MSc Thesis: High-Performance Computing for PDE Constrained Optimization in Oil Reservoirs Management

2010–2013: BSc in Mathematics and Technology

Technical University of Denmark
BSc Thesis: Numerical Methods For Solution of Differential Equations

2007–2010: Technical High School

Frederiksberg Technical High School
A-level in mathematics and physics