Input-to-State Stability and its Applications
systems and control analysis of PDEs classical analysis and ODEs dynamical systems optimization and control
|Audience:||Researchers in the topic|
|Seminar series time:||Thursday 15:00-16:00 in your time zone, UTC|
|Organizers:||Andrii Mironchenko*, Daniel Liberzon|
|*contact for this listing|
This is a seminar for the exchange of ideas in input-to-state stability (ISS) theory and related fields.
The scope of the Seminar includes but is not limited to
- ISS for finite-dimensional systems (ODEs, hybrid, impulsive, switched, discrete-time systems),
- Infinite-dimensional ISS theory (PDEs, evolution equations in Banach spaces, time-delay systems, infinite networks)
- Applications to robust control and observation, network analysis, etc.
We plan to upload videos to the ISS YouTube channel
|Thu||Jul 29||15:00||Romain Postoyan||Event-Triggered Control Through the Eyes of Hybrid Small-Gain Theorem|
|Thu||Jul 22||15:00||Miroslav Krstic||Fixed-Time ISS and Prescribed-Time Stabilization|
|Thu||Jul 15||15:00||Iasson Karafyllis||IOS-gains and asymptotic gains for linear systems|
|Thu||Jul 08||15:00||Christoph Kawan||A Lyapunov-based small-gain approach to ISS of infinite nonlinear networks|