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==== Session 3: 11:20-1:00, Applications====
 
==== Session 3: 11:20-1:00, Applications====
* Carlos Canudas-de-Wit, CPS in Intelligent Transportation Systems: the Grenoble south ring show case
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* Carlos Canudas-de-Wit, [[Media:Canudasdewitabstract.pdf|''CPS in Intelligent Transportation Systems: the Grenoble south ring show case'']]
* Tor Arne Johansen, Integrated UAV Marine Operation Planning for Surveillance, Oil Spill Observation and Arctic Ice Management
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* Tor Arne Johansen, [[Media:Marine_UAS_Operations.pdf|''Integrated UAV Marine Operation Planning for Surveillance, Oil Spill Observation and Arctic Ice Management'']]
* Eduardo F. Camacho, Control of Solar Thermal Plants
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* Eduardo F. Camacho, [[Media:Camachoabstract.pdf|''Control of Solar Thermal Plants'']]
* João Sousa, Coordination Challenges in Networked Vehicle Systems: Are We Missing Something?
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* João Sousa, [[Media:Sousaabstract.pdf|''Coordination Challenges in Networked Vehicle Systems: Are We Missing Something?'']]
* Malcolm Smith, Classical Network Synthesis Revisited
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* Malcolm Smith, [[Media:Abstract_mcs.pdf|Classical Network Synthesis Revisited]]
  
 
====Lunch Break: 1:00-2:00====
 
====Lunch Break: 1:00-2:00====

Revision as of 11:11, 19 September 2012

All scheduled events are in the Senior Common Room on the ground floor of the University of Notre Dame London Centre, 1 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HG.

Friday, October 19

Reception: 6:30-8:00pm

Saturday, October 20

Session 1: 8:30-9:00, Introduction and Welcome

Session 2: 9:00-11:00, Fundamentals

Coffee Break: 11:00-11:20

Session 3: 11:20-1:00, Applications

Lunch Break: 1:00-2:00

Session 4: 2:00-4:00, Panel Discussion

Coffee Break: 4:00-4:30

Session 4: 4:30-6:30, Control I

  • Thomas Parisini & Marios Polycarpou, Towards Safe and Reliable CPS: A Learning-Based Distributed Fault-Diagnosis Approach
  • Joerg Raisch, Control Hierarchies and Tropical Algebras
  • Jan Maciejowski, Some New Developments in Model Predictive Control
  • Kostas Kyriakopoulos, A Framework for Aperiodic Model Predictive Control
  • Arjan van der Schaft, Bisimulation Theory for Multi-Modal Physical Systems

Reception: 6:30-8:00

Sunday, October 21

Session 5: 9:00-11:00, Control II

  • Antonio Bicci, Trading off Feedforward and Feedback, Remote and Local in the Control of Complex Interconnected Plants
  • Claudio De Persis, Coordination Control in a Cyberphysical Environment
  • Marika Di Benedetto, Analysis and Control of Networked Embedded Systems
  • Eric Kerrigan, Number Representations for Embedding Optimization Algorithms in Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Maurice Heemels, Event-Triggered and Self-Triggered Control Design with Guaranteed Performance

Closing Remarks and Discussion: 11:00-12:00