Model Predictive Control

SS 2021

Lecturer: Prof. Dr.-Ing. F. Allgöwer
Credits: 3.5L, 0.5E

First Lecture: Tuesday, April 20, 11:30 in Webex. The link to the Meeting is in the ILIAS course.

General information

Assistant

Prerequisites

"Einführung in die Regelungstechnik" (ERT) and "Konzepte der Regelungstechnik" (KRT), or equivalent lectures.

Lecture time and place

The lectures will be available as video recordings in ILIAS. The dates for live events (e.g., exercises via Webex) will be communicated through ILIAS.

Content

This lecture deals with Model Predictive Control (MPC), a modern control concept that has been actively researched and widely applied in industry in the last years. After an introduction to the basic ideas and stability concepts of MPC, more recent and current advances in research, like tube-based MPC considering robustness issues, economic MPC, and distributed MPC are discussed.

Exam

The exam will be a written closed-book exam (i.e., keine Hilfsmittel!) and will last 90 minutes.

Date and place will be announced here.

Literature

J. B. Rawlings, D. Q. Mayne, and M. Diehl, Model Predictive Control: Theory, Computation, and Design, Nob Hill, 2020. Publisher Link

Kontakt

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Frank Allgöwer

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Head of institute

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Lukas Schwenkel

M.Sc.

Research Assistant

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