Laboratory "Nonlinear Adaptive Control Systems"
Department of Control Systems and Informatics
Higher Education Institution: Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Saint-Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics”
Research Area: Nonlinear, Adaptive and Robust Control.
Project: Development of approaches and methods of nonlinear, adaptive and robust control of complex technical systems in conditions of uncertainty, delay and external disturbances.
Main tasks of the project: conducting fundamental theoretical research on the following directions
- L1 – adaptive control
- Bilinear systems
- Observer design for mechanical systems
- Distributed mechatronic systems
- Control of underactuated systems
- Estimation of motor parameters without additional sensors
- Control of multiagent systems
- Nonlinear parameterization
- Passive control systems
- Adaptive control of systems with varying parameters
- Remote control of mechatronic systems via the Internet
Target research results: Theoretical investigations and development of adaptive, robust and nonlinear control algorithms in conditions of delay, uncertain dynamics and external disturbances.
Leading researcher: Ortega Martinez Romeo Salvador
Date and place of birth: 12.03.1954
Country of residence: France
Scientific degree and rank: Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences
Positions: Research Director in CNRS
Research fields of interest: nonlinear, adaptive and robust control.
- author of more than 600 papers in rewiewed journals and monographies
- more than 30 successfully defended postgraduate students
- plenary speaker at 24 international conferences
- participant of international program committees of 73 international conferences (including 3 conferences as Chair)
- has been teaching PhD courses in institutions all over the world (including SUPELEC, University of Illinois, McGill University, Sophia University, Zhejiang University and many others)
- organizer of 32 seminars and visiting schools all over the world.
Winner of the following awards: Fellow IEEE 2009.