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SUMMARY:Vortrag von Prof. Peter Seiler
DESCRIPTION:Prof. Peter Seiler\nAerospace Engineering and Mechanics\nUniversity of Minnesota, MN, USA \nTuesday 2018-03-20 16:00\n IST-Seminar-Room V 2.255 - Pfaffenwaldring 9 - Campus Stuttgart-Vaihingen \nAbstract \nThis talk covers theoretical and computational methods to analyze the robustness of uncertain\nlinear time-varying (LTV) systems over finite time horizons. Motivating applications for this work\ninclude robotic systems and space launch / re-entry vehicles both of which undergo finite-time\ntrajectories. Typical notions of robustness, e.g. nominal stability and gain/phase margins, can be\ninsufficient for such systems. Instead, this talk focuses on robust induced gains and bounds on the\nreachable set of states. Sufficient conditions to compute robust performance bounds are formulated\nusing dissipation inequalities and integral quadratic constraints. The analysis conditions are\nprovided in two equivalent forms as Riccati differential equations and differential linear matrix\ninequalities. A computational approach is provided that leverages both forms of the analysis\nconditions. \n \n \nBiographical Information \nDr. Seiler received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 2001. His graduate\nresearch focused on coordinated control of unmanned aerial vehicles and control over wireless\nnetworks. From 2004-2008, Dr. Seiler worked at the Honeywell Research Labs on various aerospace and\nautomotive applications including the redundancy management system for the Boeing 787, sensor\nfusion algorithms for automotive active safety systems and re-entry flight control laws for NASA's\nOrion vehicle. Since joining the University of Minnesota in 2008, Dr. Seiler has been working on\nfault-detection methods for safety-critical systems as well as advanced control of wind turbines\nand flexible aircraft.\n \n\n
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URL;VALUE=URI:https://www.ist.uni-stuttgart.de/de/veranstaltungen/Vortrag-von-Prof-00001.-Peter-Seiler/
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