Lappeenranta, Finland

From Control Theory to Application: Part 1: Robust Control

when 4 July 2022 - 8 July 2022
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 595

Day 1: Building the plant model. Scaling. Analyzing open and closed loops.
Day 2: Revision of basic control methods and practice with applications.
Day 3: Optimal control methods.
Day 4: Robustness, uncertainty modelling, stability, performance, min-max.
Day 5: Project hackathon.

Course leader

Main teacher is Adjunct Professor Rafal P. Jastrzebski, LUT School of Energy Systems. Second teacher is Professor Leonid Chechurin, LUT School of Engineering Science. Also there is an assistant, PhD student, in the practical part of the course.

Target group

M.Sc.studies(suitable for postgraduates)

Course aim

Aims: Students will gain theoretical background in basic robust control. After completing the course, they will be able to:
- Form MIMO plant models of selected applications,
- Select control structure within H-inf framework,
- Design cascade control structures,
- Design robust controller and select control weights,
- Study robust stability and performance of the closed loop system.

Credits info

3 EC

Fee info

EUR 595: The LUT Summer School fee is composed of tuition and accommodation fees.

For partner university students or students of a visiting lecturer's university
Tuition fee: 1 week EUR 595, 2 weeks EUR 695, 3 weeks EUR 795.
Accommodation: 1 week EUR 220, 2 weeks EUR 290, 3 weeks EUR 370

For non-partner university students
Tuition fee: 1 week EUR 695; 2 weeks EUR 795, 3 weeks EUR 895.
Accommodation: 1 week EUR 220, 2 weeks EUR 290, 3 weeks EUR 370

Tuition fee includes attending the courses, 1 lunch/day and social activities.