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International Graduate School on Control 2016
Independent Graduate Modules– 21 hours / module per week (3 ECTS)


M01 – PARIS‐SACLAY 18/01/2016 ‐ 22/01/2016  
Control by PDE modelling
Enrique Zuazua, Universidad Autonoma Madrid, Spain



M02 – PARIS‐SACLAY 25/01/2016 ‐ 29/01/2016  
Control of biological systems
Denis Dochain Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium



M04 – PARIS‐SACLAY 08/02/2016 ‐ 12/02/2016 
Advanced topics in the optimal control of economic systems
Raouf Boucekkine, Aix‐Marseille School of Economics, France



M05 – PARIS‐SACLAY 15/02/2016 ‐ 19/02/2016 
LMIs for optimization and control
Didier Henrion & Jean‐Bernard Lasserre CNRS LAAS, University of Toulouse, France



M06 – 2016 ‐ BOMBAY 15/02/2016 ‐ 19/02/2016 
Introduction to Geometric Nonlinear Control Theory and Applications
Witold Respondek, INSA Rouen, France


M07 – BERLIN 22/02/2016 ‐ 26/02/2016 
Modeling, analysis and design of wireless sensor and actuator networks
Alessandro D'Innocenzo, University of L'Aquila & Carlo Fischione, KTH Royal Inst. Tech., Sweden



M08 – BERLIN 29/02/2016 ‐ 04/03/2016  
Control of discrete event systems
Joerg Raisch, Technical University of Berlin, Germany & Laurent Hardouin, Université d’Angers, France



M09 – PARIS‐SACLAY 29/02/2016 ‐ 04/03/2016 
Randomized algorithms for systems, control and networks
Roberto Tempo, CNR‐IEIIT, Politecnico di Torino, Italy



M10 – PARIS‐SACLAY 07/03/2016 ‐ 11/03/2016 
High‐gain observers in nonlinear feedback control
Hassan K. Khalil, Michigan State University, USA



M11 – PARIS‐SACLAY 14/03/2016 ‐ 18/03/2016 
Stability, control, and computation for time‐delay systems
Wim Michiels, K.U. Leuven, Belgium & Silviu‐Iulian Niculescu, CNRS, Paris‐Saclay, France



M12 – BERLIN 14/03/2016 ‐ 18/03/2016
  
Model Predictive Control Jan Maciejowski, University of Cambridge, UK



M13 – PARIS‐SACLAY 21/03/2016‐ ‐ 25/03/2016  
Geometric mechanics and nonlinear control Ravi Banavar, IIT Bombay, Inde



M14 – L’AQUILA 21/03/2016 ‐ 24/03/2016 
Tools for nonlinear control, Lyapunov function, positivity, applications
Frédéric Mazenc, INRIA, Paris‐Saclay, France



M15 – L’AQUILA 04/04/2016 ‐ 08/04/2016 
Cyber‐Physical systems control: Algebraic and Optimization techniques
Raphaël Jungers, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium


M16 – PARIS‐SACLAY 04/04/2016 – 08/04/2016 
Distributed coordination of multi‐agent systems
Wei Ren, University of California, Riverside, USA



M17 – PARIS‐SACLAY 11/04/2016 – 15/04/2016 
Nonlinear observers: applications to aerial robotic systems
Robert Mahony, Jochen Trumpf, Australian Nat. Univ & Tarek Hamel, CNRS, Sophia‐Antipolis, France



M18 – ISTANBUL 18/04/2016 – 22/04/2016 
Stability and stabilization of time‐varying systems
Elena Panteley & Antonio Loria CNRS, Paris‐Saclay, France



M19 – ISTANBUL 25/04/2016 – 29/04/2016 
Convergence theory for observers Laurent Praly, Mines‐ParisTech, France



M20 – BELGRADE 25/04/2016 – 29/04/2016 
Optimization and stabilization under large delays
Miroslav Krstic, Univ California, San Diego, USA & Iasson Karafyllis, NTUA, Athens, Greece



M21 ‐ ST PETERBURG 02/05/2016‐06/05/2016 
Distributed control and computation A. Stephen Morse, Yale University, USA



M22 – PARIS‐SACLAY 09/05/2016 – 13/05/2016 
The interplay between Big Data and sparsity in control and systems identification
Mario Sznaier, Northeastern Univ, MA, USA



M23 – PARIS‐SACLAY 09/05/2016 – 13/05/2016  
Time‐delay, sampled‐data and PDE systems
Emilia Fridman, Tel Aviv University, Israel



M24 – PARIS‐SACLAY 16/05/2016 – 20/05/2016 
Geometric and numeric methods in optimal control with applications to engineering
Bernard Bonnard & Jean‐Baptiste Caillau University of Burgundy, Dijon, France



M25 – ISTANBUL 23/05/2016 – 27/05/2016 
Nonlinear control techniques for modern engineering applications
Romeo Ortega, CNRS L2S PARIS‐SACLAY, France



M26 – PARIS‐SACLAY 23/05/2016 – 27/05/2016  
Networked control with limited data rates
Girish Nair, University of Melbourne, Australia



M27 – PARIS‐SACLAY 31/05/2016 ‐ 03/06/2016  
Practical adaptive control
Anuradha Annaswamy, MIT, USA



M28 – PARIS‐SACLAY 06/06/2016 ‐ 10/06/2016 
Convex and set‐valued analysis for systems and control
Rafal Goebel, Loyola University Chicago, USA



M29 – ZURICH 06/06/2016 ‐ 10/06/2016 
Nonlinear control for physical systems
Roger W. Brockett, Harvard SEAS, USA & Alexandre L. Fradkov, RAS, St‐Petersburg, Russia