Professor, Research and Development Initiative, Chuo University, Japan.
Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
Talk to undergraduate/graduate students
<Title> Introduction to Control: Invisible but Key for Advanced Science & Technology
<Abstract> "Control" is one of the most fundamental transdisciplinary science and technology related to variety of academic research areas and industries. However, it is in general difficult to understand due to the invisibility. The key of control, stability and stabilization, is addressed after explanation of what is control. Then, we show the importance of control in any of advanced science and technology including areas of aerospace and robotics. The idea of cooperative control is introduced as one of current interested research topics, where an application of cooperative stabilization of multiple inverted pendulums is demonstrated. The last topic is on the future direction of control towards smart cities, where a new framework of control called "glocal (Global/Local) control" is explained.
Talk to faculty and graduate students
<Title> Glocal (Global/Local) Control: Concept, Fundamental Theory, and Applications to Electric Vehicle Control
<Abstract> There are many systems that can be regarded as hierarchical networked dynamical sytems in a variety of fields related to worldwide crucial social issues such as environment, energy, transportation, and health. One of the ideas to treat those systems properly is ""Glocal (Global/Local) Control," which means that the global purpose is achieved by only local actions of control. The key for realization of glocal control is hierarchical networked dynamical systems with multiple resolutions in time and space depending on the layer.
We first explain the background and introduce a unified framework for such a class of systems named LTI system with generalized frequency variable. Then, three different types of stability tests, namely Nyquist, Hurwitz, and Lyapunov, are shown, and the robust stability issue is discussed for treating the heterogeneous case. The second half of the talk is devoted to design methods of hierarchically decentralized control with both local and global objectives, where we show a method based on standard LQR optimal control. Through the talk we demonstrate applications of electric vehicle control to show the effectiveness of the theoretical results.
<Short Bio> Shinji Hara received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in engineering all from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan, in 1974, 1976, and 1981, respectively. In 1984, he joined Tokyo Institute of Technology as an Associate Professor and has served as a Full Professor for ten years. Since 2002 he has been a Full Professor of the Department of Information Physics and Computing, The University of Tokyo, and he moved to Chuo University in April, 2017. He has stayed in Chulalongkorn University as a Visiting
Professor since May, 2017. His current research interests are in robust control, decentralized cooperative control for large-scale networked dynamical systems, system biology, glocal control. Dr. Hara received the George S. Axelby Outstanding Paper Award from the IEEE Control System Society in 2006. He was the President of SICE in 2009 and the Vice-President of the IEEE CSS in 2009-2010, IFAC Council member in 2012-, and Fellow of IFAC, IEEE and SICE.
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Acara : Meet Up, Sharing and Discussion (Topic: Electronic Engineering goes to Market)
Kamis, 9 Nov 2017 pk 13.00-15.00 Ruang Sidang Lt 3
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Pembicara : Joegianto, Business Development POLYTRON
Sehubungan dengan pelaksanaan Kuliah Studium Generale Hari Jum'at, Tanggal 10 November 2017 mahasiswa peserta kuliah diminta oleh pemateri yaitu
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Dimohon untuk mengisi sebelum hari Sabtu, 04 November 2017
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Berikut kami informasikan pengumuman proposal PKM 5 bidang dan PKM karya tulis (AI/GT)
Kepada mahasiswa peserta kuliah Studium Generale untuk tanggal 20 Oktober akan di bagi menjadi 18 Kelompok.
Sebelum pelaksanaan kuliah, setiap kelompok di minta menyiapkan tugas untuk role play negotiation skill dan akan di presentasikan atau di praktekan secara bergantain setiap kelompok ketika kuliah. Daftar kelompok dan rincian tugas dapat di unduh pada link download.
Ketika kuliah dimohon untuk duduk sesuai kelompoknya.
IEEE SSCS Indonesia Chapter kembali menyelenggarakan "2017 IEEE SSCS Distinguished Lecture Series" untuk yang kedua kalinya di Departemen Teknik Elektro dan Teknologi Informasi, UGM. Kuliah akan disampaikan oleh Dr. David Stoppa, Head of the Smart Optical Sensors and Interfaces research unit at Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Itali, yang memiliki keahlian di bidang image sensors, single-photon detectors, 3D imaging, analog IC design. Kuliah akan dilaksanakan pada:
Hari, Tanggal : Senin, 16 Oktober 2017
Tempat : Ruang Sidang Departemen Lantai 3 DTETI FT UGM
Waktu : 10.00 - 12.00 WIB
Pembicara : Dr. David Stoppa
Tema : CMOS Sensors for 3D Imaging
Kuliah ini terbuka untuk umum baik mahasiswa S1/S2/S3 khususnya yang memiliki tema penelitian atau ketertarikan dengan 3D imaging. Bagi yang tertarik mengikuti kuliah ini wajib mendaftarkan terlebih dahulu dengan mengisi form berikut. Karena kapasitas ruang terbatas maka peserta dibatasi maksimal 50 orang. Pendaftaran ditutup maksimal 13 Oktober 2017 atau jika kuota sudah penuh.
"3D imaging rapidly became a hot research topic in the last few years driven by the needs of emerging markets looking for next generation user-interfaces based on gestures control. Moreover, 3D vision systems offer amazing possibilities of improvement in many other areas like automotive, security and surveillance, cultural heritage preservation, ambient-assisted living, industrial control, etc., because they significantly increase the robustness of object classification with respect to conventional 2D imagers.
This DL talk will introduce participants to the exciting field of three-dimensional imaging, providing an overview about image sensor architectures capable of distance measurement. An introduction about existing 3D imaging technologies will be given, addressing the peculiarities of each measuring technique and the possible application domains. The focus is on solid-state sensor architectures as enabling technologies to improve the performance of 3D vision systems, with a particular emphasis on time-of-flight implementations.
Finally, participants will get some practical tools such as figure of merits and experimental characterizations guidelines for a comprehensive comparison of 3D imagers performances and a perspective toward the future challenges in this fast evolving field."
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