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SUMMARY:Vortrag von Dr. Christoph Kawan
DESCRIPTION:Dr. Christoph Kawan \nChair of Dynamical Systems\nUniversity of Passau, Germany \nTuesday 2017-08-29 16:00\n IST-Seminar-Room 2.268 - Pfaffenwaldring 9 - Campus Stuttgart-Vaihingen \nAbstract \nInformation-based control is a young and very active subfield of control theory that studies\nproblems arising in the analysis and design of digitally networked systems. One of the fundamental\nproblems here is to determine the minimal requirements on the communication network shared by the\ncomponents of a networked system, under which a given control objective can be achieved. A\nsatisfactory solution to this problem requires the merging of techniques from classical control\ntheory, information theory and nonlinear dynamics. However, the most advanced results obtained so\nfar can roughly be separated into the following three categories:\n(1) such that concentrate on the nonlinear aspects of the problem, ignoring or idealizing the\ninformation-theoretic aspects,\n(2) such that take into account the information-theoretic aspects, but assume linear\ndynamics,\n(3) such that leave aside both the challenges arising from nonlinearity and complicated\ninformation structures, but take into account practically relevant aspects such as time-delays,\npacket dropouts and energy constraints.\nIn this talk, we present some of the results in the first category and discuss challenges that\narise by adding assumptions that are usually made in the other two categories. \n \n \nBiographical Information \nChristoph Kawan received the diploma and doctoral degree in mathematics (both under supervision\nof Prof. Fritz Colonius) from the University of Augsburg, Germany, in 2006 and 2009, respectively.\nHe was a research fellow at the State University of Campinas, Brazil, in 2011. In 2014, he spent\nnine months as a research scholar at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (New York\nUniversity). He is the author of the book `Invariance Entropy for Deterministic Control Systems -\nAn Introduction' (Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2089. Berlin: Springer, 2013). Since January 2015,\nhe works in the research group of Prof. Fabian Wirth at the University of Passau, Germany. His\nresearch interests include networked control, the qualitative theory of nonautonomous dynamical\nsystems and the topological classification of dynamical systems.\n \n\n
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