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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
Advisors:
    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
Advisors:
    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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