|Modules||A. Mathematical models of Distributed Parameter Systems: 7-8 NOV 2018
B. Control and Observation using Sliding Modes: 9-10 NOV 2018
C. Case Studies: 11 NOV 2018
Number of participants for the course will be limited to thirty. Selection of participants is solely on the discretion of the organizers.
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|Fees||The participation fees for taking the course is as follows:
Participants from abroad : 300 USD
Industry/ Research Organizations in India : 10000 INR
Faculties in Academia : 6000 INR
Students in Academia (PG and above only) : 3000 INR
The above fee includes all instructional materials, computer use for tutorials and assignments, laboratory equipment usage charges, 24 hr free internet facility.
The participants will be provided with accommodation on payment basis.
The FacultyYury Orlov received his M.S. degree from the Mechanical-Mathematical Faculty of Moscow State University, in 1979, the Ph.D. degree in Physics and Mathematics from the Institute of Control Science, Moscow, in 1984, and the Dr.Sc. degree also in Physics and Mathematics from Moscow Aviation Institute, in 1990. He has been a Full Professor of the Electronics and Telecommunication Department, Scientific Research and Advanced Studies Center of Ensenada, Mexico, since 1993. During the scientific career he shared visiting/temporal professor positions in Moscow Aviation Institute, CESAME (Catholic University in Louvain, Belgium), Ecole Central de Lille (France), Robotics Laboratory of Versalle University (France), INRIA (Grenoble, France), IRCCYN (University of Nantes, France), University of Angers (France), University of Cagliari (Italy), and University of Kent (UK). He is the editor of IEEE Trans. Control Systems Technology, IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information, and the International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control. The research interests include mathematical methods in control, analysis and synthesis of nonlinear, nonsmooth, discontinuous, time delay, distributed parameter systems, and applications to electromechanical systems. He has authored and co-authored about 250 journal and conference papers in the above areas as well as four monographs, including the recent ones called Discontinuous Systems-Lyapunov Analysis and Robust Synthesis under Uncertainty Conditions (Springer Communications and Control Engineering series, 2009) and Advanced H-infinity Control - Towards Nonsmooth Theory and Applications (Birkhauser, Systems and Control: Foundations and Applications series).
Dr. Sohom Chakrabarty did his PhD in Control Systems from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India. His work contributed to the advancements in discrete time sliding mode control, which is a modern robust control methodology having wide applications in present day systems design. After PhD, he was engaged as a Research Associate in University of Kent, before joining Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee as an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering Department. He had also been a Visiting Researcher with Lodz University of Technology, Poland and Visiting Associate Professor of RMIT University, Australia. Apart from publications in significant journals like Automatica, ISA Transactions, etc., he also has two book chapters published by IET and InTechOpen to his credit. At present, his research interests are control and coordination of multicopter systems, control of networked systems and modelling and analysis of biological systems.
Course CoordinatorDr. Sohom Chakrabarty