As a prize for his outstanding original work, Dhruv Khandelwal’s PhD thesis will be published by Springer in its distinguished Thesis Series! I and Dr. Maarten Schoukens, scientific collaborators and former supervisors of Dhruv, are extremely proud that his work got such a distinction!
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.
Our Matlab toolbox LPVcore, providing integrated off-shelf solutions for identification, modelling and control of system with the LPV framework has been realised!
Check out https://www.lpvcore.net for the latest version.
You can also read an overview of the offered functionalities in system identification at https://arxiv.org/abs/2105.03695.
On 2018.03.20, after working together for 4 years, P. B. Cox has successfully defended his thesis on
“Towards Efficient Identification of Linear Parameter-Varying State-Space Models”
Congratulations Dr. Cox!
The manuscript can be downloaded from: https://pure.tue.nl/ws/files/92555341/20180320_Cox.pdf