Joint ACTC/EPSRC Research Cluster Workshop
"Intelligent Control of Complex Systems"
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. 27th May 2004
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A complex system can be regarded as anything that cannot be represented readily by conventional linear system theory, and encompasses large-scale, significantly non-linear, uncertain and time-varying systems. As such many industrial applications can be considered complex, for example power generation, large chemical processes, automotive internal combustion engines and aircraft flight control.
This joint meeting between the ACTC and an EPSRC supported
Novel Computation Cluster, will bring together
the leading exponents of new algorithms for the control of complex systems, providing an insight into
some of the most difficult problems facing the next generation of control systems.
The agenda for the meeting is as follows: NEW!! You can now see abstracts for presentations (where available), simply point your mouse at the link.
|9.00||COFFEE AND REGISTRATION|
|9.15||Welcome and Introduction to the Event, Professor Mike Grimble, University of Strathclyde and Dr. Amir Hussain, Stirling University (EPSRC Cluster Co-ordinators) [80KB]|
|Session Chair, Dr. Amir Hussain|
|9.30||[Abstract]||KEYNOTE: Convex and Non-Convex Optimisation in Complex Systems, Professor Graham Goodwin, University of Newcastle, Australia [529KB]|
|10.30||[Abstract]||Nonlinear System Identification and Feedback Linearisation using Dynamic Neural Networks, Dr. Victor Becerra, University of Reading [640KB]|
|11.05||TEA / COFFEE|
|11.25||[Abstract]||An Effective Approach to Implementing Advanced Control Solutions in Real Industrial Processes, Dr. Adam Adgar, University of Sunderland [699KB]|
|12.00||How Evolutionary Computing can design better Controllers, Dr. Yun Li, University of Glasgow [681KB]|
|Session Chair, Dr. Andrzej Ordys|
|1.25||[Abstract]||Use of Directional Multi-Objective Optimisation in Complex System's Design, Dr. Martin Brown, Control Systems Centre, UMIST [468KB]|
|2.00||Iterative Learning Control and Its Applications, Dr Jari Hatonen and Professor David Owens, University of Sheffield [535KB]|
|2.35||TEA / COFFEE|
|2.55||[Abstract]||Learning Internal Models for Control, Dr. Sethu Vijayakumar, University of Edinburgh [3488KB]|
|3.30||[Abstract]||The Challenges of the Control of Connected and Distributed Complex Systems, Professor Ron Patton and Professor Chandra Kambhampati, University of Hull and Professor Suzanne Lesecq, INP Grenoble, France [584KB]|
|4.05||Round Table Discussion on Cluster Future Directions and Opportunities (Chair M. Grimble)|
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