Course start September 4, 2020, 13.30. Scheduled dates are given below.
Lectures and exercises will be held by Pauline Kergus and Karl Johan Åström. The course gives 7.5 credits.
- L1 04/09 13.30-15:00 Control System Synthesis - Introduction
- L2 09/09 10:15-12:00 System representations and feedback basics
- L3 18/09 13:15-15:00 Specifications and performance limitations/trade-off
- L4 25/09 13:15-15:00 PID control
- L5 02/10 13:15-15:00 LQG and optimal control
- L6 09/10 13:15-15:00 Robust control
- L7 16/10 13:15-15:00 Model Predictive Control
- L8 23/10 13:15-15:00 Adaptive control
- L9 30/10 13:15-15:00 Data-driven control
- 30/11 13:00-15:00 Mini-presentations and concluding remarks
- Julian "Using Sensor Feedback for Point-to-Point MPC Trajectory Reference Recalculation in Velocity Mode in Robots"
- Felix and Johan L."Neighborgood Heat Control - Comfort Control and Peak Load Reduction"
- Frida and Ylva "Blood pressure control - study of approaches"
- Nils and Claudio "DARC: Dynamic Adaptation of Real-time Control systems"
- Emil on ν-gap metric
- Johan G. "Deep Learning Tubes for Tube MPC"
- Session 1 24/09 13:15-15:00 (seminary room)
- Session 2 and matlab file 21/10 13:15-15:00 (seminary room)
- Handin 1 due October 9th subject + matlab file
- Handin 2 due November 27th subject you can evaluate your design using this matlab code evaldesign.m
The examination is through handins and mini presentations by group of 1-2 people. Participation in the exercise sessions is also expected.
Additional material, further reading:
- Feedback Systems: An introduction for Scientists and Engineers, Karl Johan Åström and Richard Murray
- Zhou, K., & Doyle, J. C. (1998). Essentials of robust control (Vol. 104). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice hall.