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Haitham Hindi (Ph.D. Stanford University): Optimization for Cancer Radiation Treatment Planning
Mon, 02/17/2014

Everybody is welcome to attend the talk given by Dr. Haitham Hindi. The talk will start at 9:30 and will take about one hour. It will be given in the K14 seminar room, building E, Karlovo náměstí 13. The seminar is organized by the Department of Control Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague.

M.C. Luis Javier Ontañón García Pimentel (Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, MX): Scrolls, multistability and data encryption with chaotic unstable dissipative systems
Thu, 01/16/2014

Everyone is welcome at the seminar/lecture given by our guest. The lecture will start at 11am at K14 seminar room at KN:E and will take about 1 hour.

Abstract: Chaos, an extremely studied area which yet unveils a huge variety of unknowns, has taken scientists for the last decades to develop different methods and approaches in order to suppress or induce its behavior in our surrounding environment. So far it is known that there are two possibilities to acquire a chaotic system:

i) Through the multiplication of variable states (as in the Lorenz or Rössler systems).

Prof. Frank Lewis (University of Texas in Arlington, USA): Stability vs. Optimality of Cooperative Multiagent Control
Wed, 12/18/2013

Everyone is welcome to a public lecture given by the world-renowned expert on methods for optimal control of cooperative multiagent systems - professor Frank Lewis. The talk will be given at K14 seminar room at Karlovo namesti 13/E (see the instructions on how to get there) and will start at 10am. It will take about one hour. After the talk there will be an opportunity to discuss scientific issues with the lecturer.

Dr. Viswesh V. Kulkarni: System Theoretic Techniques in Systems and Synthetic Biology
Thu, 12/05/2013

Everyone is welcome to the lecture by our guest - Dr. Vishwesh V. Kulkarni. The talk will start at 2pm in the K14 seminar room at Karlovo namesti 13/E. It will take one hour.

Ondřej Mikulín (Institute of Plasma Physics, AS CR): Control challenges in tokamak research
Tue, 12/03/2013

Everyone is welcome to the seminar given by our recent graduate Ondřejj Mikulín, who is currently pursuing his doctoral studies at Institute of Plasma Physics, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic in Prague. Ondřej will share with us his fresh experience with tokamak(s) that he earned during the last year. His talk might give some insight into the difficulties of control design for tokamaks. The talk will start at 4pm at K14 room at Karlovo namesti 13/E.

Vadim Onufriev (Tomsk Polytechnical University): Real Interpolation Method: Application for Technical Objects Control
Fri, 11/22/2013

An informal presentation of a doctoral student visiting our department/group. The presentation starts at 2pm and takes place at K14 room. Everyone interested in methods ofor systems identification is welcome.

Dr. Kristian Hengster-Movrić: Cooperative control of multi-agent systems: Stability, optimality and robustness
Fri, 11/15/2013

Everyone is welcome to attend a talk given by Dr. Kristian Hengster-Movrić - a new member of the AA4CC group at Department of Control Engineering FEE CTU in Prague. The talk will be given at KN:E-14 room at Karlovo namesti 13/E, Prague. It will start at 2pm and will take 60 minutes including a discussion.

Petr Horáček (Rockwell Automation): Modeling and simulations of dynamical systems in industry
Fri, 11/08/2013

Petr Horáček - a recognized expert on modeling, simulation and control of industrial systems - will share with us his experience with practical industrial challenges for modeling and simulation. The talk will be given within the undegraduate course on Modeling and simulation of dynamical systems (MSD) (lead by Zdeněk Hurák) on Friday, November 8, 2013, at 11am at T2:C3-132 room in Technická 2 (campus in Dejvice). Anyone is welcome, the room is large enough.

Dan Martinec: Wave-based control of vehicular platoons
Wed, 07/31/2013

An informal presentation of research results achieved recently by Dan in the domain of control of vehicular platoons. Takes places in K14 room and starts at 11:00am.

Dr. Ibragim Junussov : Adaptive synchronization in some dynamical networks
Wed, 07/03/2013

The seminar starts at 9:00. The lecture by our new postdoctoral researcher - Dr. Ibragim Junussov - will take about 30 minutes. In his talk Ibragim will describe his previous research conducted under supervision of Prof. A. Fradkov,  The issues addressed in the talk are:

1. Brief description of Fradkov Passification Method

2. Adaptive synchronization in heterogeneous networks consisting of nonlinear dynamical systems (Lurie systems) with interconnections treated as a disturbances.