ANC Workshop

Applied Nonlinear Control Workshop 2010

The Applied Nonlinear Control Workshop assembled experts and colleagues in the nonlinear control field to present and discuss current research activities. This informal event further promoted the national and international collaboration that exists among the attendees. The workshop was timed to benefit from Prof. Alan Lynch’s visit to Germany.


A few pictures of the event can be found here.

Workshop overview

The event began at 10:00 on Friday, May 28 with a welcome address by Prof. J. Rudolph. He also introduced the research activities of the Chair of Systems Theory and Control Engineering.

The programme including abstracts for all talks can be found here.

Tentative schedule

10:00  Welcome and Introduction (J. Rudolph)
10:30  A Flatness Based Backstepping Controller Design with
Sliding Mode for Asynchronous Machines
(T.M.P. Nguyen)
11:00  Coffee Break
11:15  Flatness Based Switching Frequency Estimation of Sliding
Mode Controllers for Single-Input Systems
(H. Fehr)
11:45  Robust Static Output Feedback Controller Design for
Polynomial Systems
(S.K. Nguang) 
12:15  Globally Stabilizing Output Feedback Method for MIMO
Systems in a Restricted Nonlinear Observer Form
(A. Lynch)  
12:45  Lunch and Discussion
14:00  Flat Input in the MIMO Case (M. Zeitz)
14:30  Distibuted Set-Valued State Estimation for Switched
Systems with Quantised Measurements
(J. Raisch)
15:00  Output Synchronization of Dynamical Systems (K. Listmann) 
15:30  Break / Discussions
16:00  Flatness Based Energy Optimal Control of a Doubly Fed
Induction Generator System
(A. Gensior)  
16:30  Magnetometer-plus-GPS-aided Inertial Navigation System
Design for a Helicopter UAV
(M. Barczyk)
17:00  Inertial Sensor Model Identification Using Allan Variance
(D. Kastelan)