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Nonlinear Control of Delay and PDE Systems: Methods and Applications

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Delay and PDE systems are ubiquitous in applications. The distributed nature of such processes create challenges in control. I will present my recent results on the nonlinear control of delay systems with non-constant delays and on the nonlinear control of coupled ODE and PDE systems, using the concepts of nonlinear predictor feedback and infinite-dimensional backstepping-forwarding transformation. I will explain how the control and analysis tools, that I have developed, can be applied to three major technological problems—3D printing, oil drilling, and human occupancy estimation. I will conclude by addressing some additional potential future research areas.

This talk is part of the Control and Power Seminars series.

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