2nd and 3rd of June, 2009
Optimization based approaches play an important role in many SPP 1305 projects. Typical tasks are,
e.g., the calculation of optimal input sequences in predictive control schemes,
optimization based state estimation for networked and decentralized systems,
the calculation of reachability sets, or the design of feedback strategies
minimizing the information flow over a digital network connecting different
components of the system.
The objective of this working meeting is to bring together people that employ optimization based estimation and control approaches in networked and decentralized settings. Its aim is to compare possibilities and limitations of different approaches as well as to present the used software and tools. There will be plenty of time for discussion of results and open problems. As a guest Prof. Riccardo Scattolini (Politecnico di Milano) will present results related to "Distributed state estimation with moving horizon observers".
All talks will take place in room G07-208. Every talk includes a ten-minute discussion.
|14.00-15.05||Distributed State Estimation with Moving Horizon Observers|
|Riccardo Scattolini (Politecnico di Milano)|
|15.35-16.40||A Predictive Networked Control Scheme for Compensating Delays and Packet Dropouts|
|Jürgen Pannek (Universität Bayreuth)|
|16.40-17.40||Stability and Performance of Unconstrainded NMPC Schemes with Varying Control Horizons|
|Karl Worthmann (Universität Bayreuth)|
|18.10-18.40||A Communication-Based Distributed Model Predictive Control Scheme with Time-Varying
|Johannes Dold (Universität Kassel)|
|20.00||Joint Dinner (Petriförder Magdeburg)|
|09.30-10.35||Set Based Methods For Control and Estimation|
|Saša V. Raković (Imperial College and Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg)|
|11.00-11.55||A Discrete Event Framework for Network Controlled Systems subject to Information Loss and Delays|
|11.55-12.25||Global feedback laws for systems with quantized and delayed state information|
|Marcus Post (Technische Universität München)|