Monday, March 22, 2010

Problems of Transport Delay Systems in Control Applications

A one half-day workshop/meeting will be held on Wednesday, 28 April 2010 at the University of Strathclyde sponsored by the IEEE UK & Republic of Ireland (UKRI) Section: Industry Applications Society (IAS) Chapter and jointly organised by the Universities of Strathclyde and Stirling and the Applied Control Technology Consortium (ACTC) on the problems that transport delays cause in a range of applications and particularly those in the process industries.

The meeting will begin with a buffet lunch so that introductions can be effected which will be followed by an overview provided by the past president of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) and Chairman of the IFAC World Congress, Professor Pedro Albertos. There will then be a number of contributions from both academia and industry with a focus on practical methods of coping with transport delays in applications ranging from the petrochemicals industry to metal processing.

The meeting will conclude with a short Panel Discussion (Chaired by Professor Pedro Albertos) on the way forward in this challenging area.

AGENDA
1200 hrs Registration and Buffet Lunch.

1300 hrs Welcome & Introduction by Workshop co-Chairs:
Professor Mike Grimble & Dr Amir Hussain

1315 hrs KEYNOTE: An Overview of the Problems of Transport Delays in Industrial Processes and Compensation Methods
Professor Pedro Albertos, Polytechnic University of Valencia

1400 hrs Transport Delay Compensation for Linear and Nonlinear Stochastic Systems with Application to Offshore Wind Farms
Professor Mike Grimble, University of Strathclyde

1430 hrs Tea/Coffee

1445 hrs Practical Applications of Transport Delay Compensation Methods
Dr Andrew Clegg, ISC Ltd., Glasgow

1515 hrs A Classical Approach at Transport Delay Compensation and Applications
Dr Gerald Hearns, Converteam, Rugby

1545 hrs The Effects of Transport Delays in Networks
Dr M Reza Katebi, University of Strathclyde

1615 hrs Using Neural Networks to Compensate for Transport Delays with Varying
Characteristics
Dr Amir Hussain, IEEE UKRI IAS Chapter Chair, University of Stirling

1645 hrs Panel Discussion (Chaired by Professor Pedro Albertos)

1715 hrs Closing Remarks Professor Mike Grimble


Venue: University of Strathclyde, Room 2.15 (Montrose Room)
Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Royal College Building
204 George Street, Glasgow G1 1X
Seminar contact details: Email: s.campbell@eee.strath.ac.uk; Tel: 0141-548 2378
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