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2016年浙江大学“智能系统与控制”博士生学术论坛(持续更新)

论坛简介

为促进全国智能系统与控制领域的研究以及领域内博士生之间的学术交流,贯彻落实教育部实施的研究生教育创新计划,为博士生创造一个互相启迪、激发创新的学术交流平台,浙江大学控制科学与工程学院拟于2016年10月至11月举办浙江大学“智能系统与控制”博士生学术论坛。我们诚挚地邀请国内外各高校相关学科优秀博士生、专家学者光临浙江大学,本着探求真知、进取创新的学术精神,进行广泛、自由、平等、活跃的学术交流。

本次“智能系统与控制”论坛将根据主题举行五个分论坛,旨在聚集国内外从事相关研究的博士生共聚一堂,分享研究成果以及学术心得。与此同时,论坛还将请到国内相关领域的专家学者共同参与研讨,以期提升与会博士生的学术视野及研究水平。

主办单位:浙江大学控制科学与工程学院

承办单位:浙江大学智能系统与控制研究所

论坛地点:浙江大学(玉泉校区)智能系统与控制研究所

面向对象:国内外在读优秀博士生

论坛形式:以学术报告为主,并通过海报展示和机器人实物演示等方式进行学术交流

报名截止时间:各分论坛开始前一周

论坛主题

  • 控制技术与应用2016年10月15日~2016年10月16日),主持人:陈剑教授、潘宇教授
  • 网络系统:建模、控制与安全(2016年10月15日~2016年10月16日)主持人:刘之涛助理研究员、吴争光教授
  • 工业与应用优化技术2016年11月5日~2016年11月6日),主持人:谢磊副教授、许超副教授
  • 机器人与人工智能(2016年11月19日~20日),主持人:姜伟副教授、刘勇副教授(请提前联系刘勇老师yongliu@iipc.zju.edu.cn
  • 智能传感与仪器分析2016年11月26日~2016年11月27日),主持人:王酉副教授、张涛副教授
  • 飞行生物与机器人(2016年12月17日~2016年12月18日),主持人:邓见副教授、许超副教授、郑能干副教授

提供条件

  • 免费提供杭州期间两天的住宿、伙食,选中的博士生报告人可报销来回路费,其他参会人员根据经费结余情况进行适当补足,提供一定差旅补助;
  • 参观浙江大学工业控制技术国家重点实验室;参观中控科技、南江机器人等相关企业;参观浙江大学校史馆和科技成果馆等;
  • 为西部地区学生提供:(1)为西部少数民族或者有宗教信仰的博士生提供专属三餐;(2)为西部地区博士生承担其往返差旅费(火车);(3)西部地区博士生可优先申请工业控制技术国家重点实验室其他学术交流项目。

报名链接:https://jinshuju.net/f/iO3cqO

奖项设置:最佳报告奖、最佳海报奖、最佳研究创意奖

论坛组织

  • 负责人苏宏业教授(主席) 工业控制技术国家重点实验室主任
  • 组织咨询委员会:陈剑教授、胡瑞芬副教授、刘勇副教授、刘之涛副助理研究员、姜伟副教授、牟颖教授、潘宇教授、王酉副教授、吴俊教授、吴维敏副教授、吴争光教授、谢磊副教授、许超副教授、张涛副教授
  • 组织委员会:蔡声泽(博士生)、崔粲(博士生)、刘志洋(博士生)、罗浩(博士生)、邱炜(博士生)、朱疆成(博士生)

论坛方式:请查看各分论坛的页面

联系人:许超(邮箱:cxu@zju.edu.cn,微信:53295319)

我们热切期盼国内外优秀博士研究生的到来!


The Doctoral Student Forum on Cyber-Systems & Control Forum, Hangzhou, China, 2016

The Cyber-Systems & Control Forum (CSC Forum) of 2016 is sponsored by the Graduate School of Zhejiang University. This is a special scheme to establish an opportunity for PhD students and young researcher around the world to get together to share academic ideas, research progress, brainstorm and build up future collaborations as well. In addition, leading experts will be invited as well to deliver keynote speeches and form pannel discussions.

The inaugual forum is organized by the Institute of Cyber-Systems & Control, College of Control Science & Engineering, Zhejiang University. Under the Forum, we are going to organize five special topics / areas, including

  1. Control Technology & Applications, October 15 - 16, 2016 (chaired by Jian Chen, Yu Pan)
  2. Networked Systems: modeling, control & security, October 15 - 16, 2016 (chaired by Zhitao Liu, Zhengguang Wu)
  3. Industrial & Applied Optimization Techniques, November 5 - 6, 2016 (chaired by Lei Xie, Chao Xu)
  4. Robotics & Artificial Intelligence, November 19 - 20, 2016 (chaired by Wei Jiang, Yong Liu). Please contact Prof. Yong Liu at yongliu@iipc.zju.edu.cn
  5. Intelligent Sensing & Analytic Instrumentation, November 26 - 27, 2016 (chaired by You Wang, Tao Zhang)

We welcome PhD students to submit title and abstracts of their presentations / demo through the following web site:

https://jinshuju.net/f/iO3cqO

The organisers will select some of the applicants to come to Hangzhou, based on their research work, territory and diversity.

All expenses (including transportation, local accomodation, meal stipends and study materials) of successful applicants will be covered by Zhejiang University. Please submit your application as soon as possible!

All successful applicants are required to come to Hangzhou and present their work or demos. The organizing committee will select presenters of excellence to recieve the following awards, including

  • Best Innovation Award
  • Best Presentation Award (English / Chinese)
  • Best Demo Award

Organizers

  • Prof. Hongye Su, Chair
  • Organizing Advisory Committee
    • Prof. Jian Chen
    • Associate Professor Ruifen Hu
    • Associate Professor Yong Liu
    • Assistant Professor Zhitao Liu
    • Associate Professor Wei Jiang
    • Prof. Ying Mu
    • Prof. Yu Pan
    • Associate Professor You Wang
    • Prof. Jun Wu
    • Associate Professor Weimin Wu
    • Prof. Zhengguang Wu
    • Associate Professor Lei Xie
    • Associate Professor Chao Xu
    • Associate Professor Weihua Xu
    • Associate Professor Tao Zhang
  • Organizing Committee
    • Shengze Cai, PhD student
    • Can Cui, PhD student
    • Hao Luo, PhD student
    • Wei Qiu, PhD student
    • Jiangcheng Zhu, PhD student

     

Contact:  Chao Xu (Email: cxu@zju.edu.cn, Wechat: 53295319)

Biomechanics & Control of Insect Flight: Understanding the Flying Machines from Nature

Speaker: Bo Cheng, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Director of the Locomotion Biomechanics & Control Lab (LBCL), Pennsylvania State University

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Time: 1:30 p.m., June 24, 2016 (Friday), Lecture Room: 304, Institute of Cyber-Systems & Control(智能系统与控制研究所,教十八)Flyer in pdf

Abstract: As the first animals on earth to evolve aerial locomotion, insects took off into the sky 350 million years ago and have been experimenting successfully with aerodynamics, sensory systems and flight control though evolution. They have developed sophisticated design of flight sensing, control and actuation system that allow them to master the complex physics in their living environments and achieve supreme stability and maneuverability. These relatively simple, but also sophisticatedly designed flying machines offer us a treasure trove of scientific problems and inspirations for engineering designs. Decoding the secret of insect flight demands multi-disciplinary approaches that interconnect engineering, mathematics and biology. Our research starts from assessing the flight performance of insects and hummingbirds using a variety of experiments and then through using biomimetic robotic devices, dynamic modeling, control theories and fluid experiments, we work towards understanding the flight dynamics, sensorimotor control and aerodynamics of insect flight. Eventually, the knowledge of insect flight will serve as the basis to develop millimeter-scale micro air vehicles (MAVs) in the future.

Bio: Dr. Cheng is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Penn State. Prior to this, he was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, where he received his Ph.D. in 2012. He also received his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Delaware and B.S. from Zhejiang University, China. His research interests include biomechanics and sensorimotor control of animal flight, aerodynamics at low Reynolds number and biologically inspired robotics. Working in a highly interdisciplinary field, Dr. Cheng's work has been published in journals from many disciplines, such as Science, IEEE Transactions on Robotics, Journal of Experimental Biology, Experiments in Fluids and Journal of the Royal Society Interface. Dr. Cheng received National Science Foundation (NSF) Early Career Development (CAREER) Award in 2016.


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硅芯片上微光学腔系统中控制:理论与实验进展

报告人: 张靖 (清华大学)

报告时间:3 月 18 日(周五)下午 2:00

报告地点:教12 – 423

摘要:硅芯片上微光学腔系统是目前微纳光子学领域研究的热点,围绕这一系统发现了很多新奇的物理现象,如光机械运动,声子激光,混沌等。报告将主要针对这一系统,介绍我们近期在理论与实验上取得的进展。主要包括两方面工作:(1)结合我们之前的工作提出的反馈非线性化的方法,近期我们发现,采用这一思想,可以在光机械系统中,打破系统的时空反演对称性(PT对称性),从而产生超低阈值的声子激光,并可用于传感,声子调控等,相关成果发表于物理顶级期刊Physical Review Letters等期刊;(2)结合我们之前提出的混沌扩频通信的方案,我们在近期的实验中实现了一种新的微纳光子学领域的弱光扩频方案。实验研究表明,利用光机械效应,可以实现混沌这一典型的强非线性效应从强光向弱光的传输,并在实验上首次观测到了光机械系统中的随机共振现象,这部分工作被Nature子刊Nature Photonics作为Article类文章接收。

个人简介:张靖,清华大学自动化系副教授,博导,2001年7月本科毕业于清华大学数学科学系,2001年9 月推荐到清华大学自动化系攻读博士学位,在清华大学自动化系李春文教授和美国华盛顿大学谈自忠教授的共同指导下从事量子控制的研究,2006年7月获得博士学位。2006年7月至2008年5月在清华大学计算机系做博士后。2008 年5 月博士后出站后,在清华大学自动化系工作至今。主要研究兴趣包括:(1) 硅基微纳光子学实验;(2) 量子控制理论。张靖作为第一作者于2011年获国际自动控制联合会(IFAC)世界大会青年作者奖,是我国高校系统学者第一次获此奖项,该会议是国际自动控制领域规模和影响最大的会议,该奖项每三年评给一篇论文。2012年,入选清华大学基础学科青年人才支持计划(221计划)。

Disturbance Rejection: A Main Concern in Process Control

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Disturbance Rejection: A Main Concern in Process Control

Time: 2:00 - 4:00 p.m., April 22, 2016

Classroom: Lecture Room 304, Institute of Cyber-Systems & Control, Zhejiang University

Contact: Dr. Chao Xu, Email: cxu@zju.edu.cn; WeChat: 53295319 

Pedro Albertos, past president of IFAC (the International Federation of Automatic Control) in 1999-2002, IFAC Fellow and Advisor, and Senior Member of IEEE, is a world recognized expert in real-time control, leading several projects in the field. Full Professor since 1975, he is currently Emeritus Professor at Systems Engineering and Control Dept. UPV, Spain. He is Doctor Honoris-Causa from Oulu University (Finland) and Bucharest Polytechnic (Rumania) and Honorary Professor from the Northeastern University, Shenyang, RPC.

Abstract - The central problems in process control are related to reference tracking and disturbance rejection. In this series of seminars we are going to deal with the problem of disturbance treatment.

Different types of disturbances can be considered and also different approaches will be outlined to reject or reduce their effects. The disturbances could be external or generated by model uncertainties. They can be measured or estimated.

The most popular controller design methodologies to deal with disturbances will be reviewed. Disturbance Observers (DOB), Uncertainty and Disturbance Estimator (UDE) and Active Disturbance Rejection Control (ADRC) approaches will be presented and their advantages and limitations when dealing with either non-minimum phase, unstable or nonlinear plants will be discussed. Also, the presence of time delays should be considered. The main issues involved in each approach are illustrated by different applications. Some conclusions and comparisons are drafted and some open problems are presented.

Special attention will be paid to ADRC: its main components, the control properties and applications.

An Introduction to Modeling and Control of Open Quantum Systems

Short Course on: An Introduction to Modeling and Control of  Open Quantum Systems

Time: From May 30 to June 3, 2016, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Classrooms: 工控新楼105(May 30),智能系统与控制研究所 | 教十八223教室(May 31, June 1, June 2)

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Pierre Rouchon, Centre Automatique et Systèmes, Mines - ParisTech, PSL Research University

Quantum control is an emerging research subject with an increasing role in technologies related to high precision metrology, quantum information and communication. Its development requires to reconsider how measurement, control, and interactions fundamentally affect a system --- in particular, the intrinsic invasive character of measurements. This course  presents some modern tools for controlling quantum systems, i.e.~steering a system to a quantum state and stabilizing it against decoherence (dissipation of quantum information through the coupling of the system to its uncontrolled environment). These tools will be illustrated by recent feedback experiments in cavity and circuit quantum electrodynamics.

The context throughout is that of systems of ordinary and stochastic differential equations. The level will be that of a graduate course intended for a general control audience without any prerequisites in quantum mechanics. The lectures consider  the following topics:

  • Introduction to quantum mechanics based on the two-level system (quantum bit) and the harmonic oscillator. May 30
  • Dynamical models: Markov chains, Kraus maps, quantum stochastic master equations and Lindblad differential equations. May 31 
  • Stabilization scheme relying on measurement-based feedback and Lyapunov techniques. June 1
  • Stabilization scheme relying on dissipation engineering and coherent feedback. June 2

quantum_controlContact: Dr. Chao Xu, Email: cxu@zju.edu.cn; WeChat: 53295319

报名地址:https://jinshuju.net/f/dYBPb6

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