题目: 射频脉冲的优化控制方法及其在核磁共振中的应用 (The Radio-Frequency Pulse Optimization Methods: Fundamentals and Applications in Magnetic Resonance)
报告人简介: 杨晓冬，男，博士学位。中科院苏州医工所研究员，医学影像技术研究室主任，中科院百人计划获得者，江苏省 “333高层次人才培养工程”中青年科技带头人，江苏省 “高层次创新创业人才”。2005年至2011年，曾先后赴澳大利亚怀特医学国家研究中心和德国慕尼黑工业大学任访问学者和客座研究员。主要从事医学影像技术和系统研发，相关成果在Biochimie, PLOS one, App. Mag. Res.等国际知名SCI/EI学术期刊上发表40余篇论文，引用500余次，拥有专利和软件著作权15项，担任J. Mag. Reson.，Mag. Reson. Imaging等知名国际学术期刊审稿人、国家自然科学基金委评审委员、科技部评审专家。主持和参加了各类应用研究和工程化研究项目21项，完成企业委托项目4项。承担10余项国家级和省部级以上科研项目。培养研究生4名，在培硕士/博士研究生6名。
- 14:05 PM, March 29, Lecture 1. Optimal Control in Real-world Practical Applications
- 15:05 PM, March 29, Lecture 2. Optimal Control Problems with Stopping Constraints
- Classroom 108: Teaching Building - 7, Yuquan Campus, Zhejiang University
Speaker: Kok Lay Teo, John Curtin Distinguished Professor, Curtin University
Professor Kok Lay Teo received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Ottawa in Canada. Professor Teo was affiliated with University of New South Wales, Australia, National University of Singapore and University of Western Australia. In 1996, He joined the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Curtin University, Australia, as Professor of Applied Mathematics. He took up the position of Chair Professor of Applied Mathematics and Head of Department of Applied Mathematics at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China, from 1999 to 2004. He returned to Australia in 2005 as Professor of Applied Mathematics and Head of Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Curtin University until 2010. Professor Teo has been a John Curtin Distinguished Professor, the highest rank professor at Curtin University, since the beginning of 2011. Professor Teoserved as a member of the Australian Research Council’s Mathematical, Information and Computing Sciences Panel for the 2010 and 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Exercise. He was a Lecturer of the 2010-2011 Texas A&M University at Qatar Distinguished lecture Series, and the winner of the prestigious 2013 John de Laeter Research Leadership Award, Curtin University. Professor Teo is Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization (JIMO); Cogent Mathematics; and Numerical Algebra, Control and Optimization (NACO). He also serves as an Associate Editor of 12 international journals which include Automatica, Journal of Global Optimization (JOGO), Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications (JOTA), Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems (DCDS), Applied Mathematical Modelling, and Optimization Letters (OPTL).
In the last 5 years, Professor Teo has published over 100 refereed journal articles, many in leading international journals such as Automatica, Journal of Global Optimization, Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, European Journal of Operational Research, and various IEEE journals.
Professor Teo was a Founding Member and member of the working committee of Pacific Optimization Research Activity Group (POP). Pacific optimization Research Activity Group (POP) is an important research organization with over 500 members from 50 different countries and regions. It has an electronic newsletter "Optimization Research Bridge" (ORB), three conference series (International Conference on Optimization: Techniques and Applications; Pacific Optimization Conferences; and International Conference on Optimization and Control with Applications), and two journals ("Pacific Journal of Optimization", and "Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization'' ). Professor Teo has served as the Chair of POP since 2015.
His research interests are optimal control and optimization and their real world applications, such as optimal filter design in signal processing and financial mathematics.
Speaker: Florent Di Meglio, Centre Automatique et Systèmes, MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University, France
Time: 24, March, 2017 (Tuesday) Morning at 10:00
Room 223, Institute of Cyber-Systems and Control, Zhejiang University
Abstract: Oil well drilling involves many distributed parameter control problems, from the hydraulic transport of oil & gas to the propagation of mechanical vibrations. These require developing tools to analyze stability, boundary estimation and boundary stabilization for the underlying dynamics, which are governed by hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations. In this talk, I will give an overview of the state-of-the-art results in control theory for such systems and discuss their applicability to the industrial challenges mentioned above.