Seminars and Events

All seminars are held at the Department of Automatic Control, in the seminar room M:2112B (N.B. new location) on the second floor in the M-building, unless stated otherwise.

Upcoming Seminars

Wednesday 17 September 15:05–16:00

Analysis and control of stochastic reaction networks - Applications to biology
Corentin Briat, ETH-Zurich, Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering

Thursday 18 September 09:15–10:00

Feedback Control of Robotic Friction Stir Welding
Jeroen De Backer, TWI Technology Centre (Yorkshire, UK)

Friday 19 September 13:15–14:00 Master's Thesis Presentation

A Practical Comparision of Scheduling Algorithms for Mixed Criticality Embedded Systems
Edward Linderoth-Olson
Carl Christian Arlock
    Gu Zonghua, Zheyang Univ
    Anton Cervin, Dept. of Automatic Control, LTH, Lund University
Examiner: Karl-Erik Årzén, Dept. of Automatic Control, LTH, Lund University

Tuesday 30 September 10:30–11:30 Master's Thesis Presentation

Robot Control and Computer Vision for Automated Tests and Verification System on Touch Display Products
Ragnar Wernersson
    Anders Robertsson, Dept. of Automatic Control, LTH, Lund University
    Magnus Midholt, Sony Mobile
Examiner: Rolf Johansson, Dept. of Automatic Control, LTH, Lund University

Tuesday 30 September 15:05–16:00

Splitting the differential Riccati equation
Tony Stillfjord, Numerisk Analys LTH

Tuesday 30 September 16:05–17:00

Submodularity and Controllability in Complex Dynamical Networks
Tyler Summers, ETH Zurich

Thursday 2 October 15:15–16:00

A New Approach to Sequential Rate-Distortion Problems and Applications
Takashi Tanaka, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Thursday 2 October 16:05–17:00

Stability and power sharing in microgrids
Johannes Schiffer, TU Berlin

Tuesday 7 October 15:15–16:00

Differentially positive systems
Fulvio Forni, University of Liege

Tuesday 7 October 16:05–17:00

Robust Stability of Positive Systems: a Convex Characterization
Marcello Colombino, ETH Zurich

Thursday 9 October 15:15–16:00

A scalable approach to the design of large networks
Richard Pates, University of Cambridge

Thursday 9 October 16:05–17:00

Bounded Disturbance Amplification for Mass Chains with Passive Interconnection
Kaoru Yamamoto, University of Cambridge

Monday 13 October 15:15–16:00

Gossip Coverage Control for Robotic Networks: Dynamical Systems on the space of partitions
Ruggero Carli, Università di Padova

Monday 13 October 16:05–17:00

A Communication/Control Co-design Paradigm for Networked Control Systems
Wei Chen, University of Hong Kong

Tuesday 14 October 15:15–16:00

Resilience of natural gas networks during conflicts, crises and disruptions
Rui Carvalho, University of Cambridge

Tuesday 14 October 16:05–17:00

New Approaches to Identification and Control of Nonlinear Systems
Ian Manchester, University of Sydney

Tuesday 21 October 15:15–16:00

On the push-sum algorithm with unreliable communication
Balázs Gerencsér, Université Catholique de Louvain

Tuesday 21 October 16:05–17:00

Resilience and Cascading Failures in Large-Scale Networks
Wilbert Rossi, Politecnico di Torino

Thursday 23 October 15:15–16:00

Universal Convexification via Risk Aversion
Dvijotham Krishnamurthy, CalTech

Thursday 23 October 16:05–17:00

Control of Evolutionary Games on Networks
James R. Riehl, University of Groningen

Tuesday 28 October 15:15–16:00

Stability of Linear Consensus Processes
Ji Liu, University of Illinois at Urbana Champain

Tuesday 28 October 16:05–17:00

Distributed and Event-Based State Estimation
Sebastian Trimpe, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Tuebingen

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