Plenary talk at LPVS’21

Plenary talk about our new break through in LPV control and modelling at the LPVS’21 conference with the title: Nonlinear Tracking & Rejection Using LPV Control: Towards LPV 2.0.

I’m proud that the support of the European Research Council made available to my team to achieve hard-core performance and stability guarantees for the closed-loop behaviour of synthesised LPV controllers and nonlinear systems.

Four new papers accepted to the LPV workshop

Check out our new papers accepted to the IFAC LPVS’18 workshop.

  1. Wiel, T. T. R. van de, R. Tóth and V. I. Kiriouchine: Comparison of Parameter-Varying Decoupling Based Control Schemes for a Quadcopter, Accepted to the IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems, (2018), Florianopolis, Brazil. (ERC)
  2. Koelewijn, P. J. W., P. S. G. Cisneros, H. Werner and R. Tóth: LPV Control of a Gyroscope with Inverted Pendulum Attachment, Accepted to the IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems, (2018), Florianopolis, Brazil. (ERC)
  3. Abbas, H. S., J. Hanema, R. Tóth, J. Mohammadpour and N. Meskin: A New Approach to Robust MPC Design for LPV Systems in Input-Output Form, Accepted to the IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems, (2018), Florianopolis, Brazil.
  4. Schoukens, M. and R. Tóth: Linear Parameter Varying Representation of a class of MIMO Nonlinear Systems, Accepted to the IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems, (2018), Florianopolis, Brazil. (ERC)

See you in Brazil!!!