GT-MAP Workshop on Dynamics and Control

Event Details
  • Date/Time:
    • Thursday August 17, 2017 - Friday August 18, 2017
      All Day
  • Location: Room 2447. Klaus Advanced Computing Building, 266 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332
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  • Fee(s):
    N/A
  • Extras:
    Free food
Contact

Sung Ha Kang

Summaries

Summary Sentence: Two-day workshop kicks off thematic semesters for 2017-18 school year.

Full Summary: The Workshop on Dynamics and Control is part of the Georgia Tech Mathematics and Applications Protal (GT-MAP) Seminars series, organized by Sung Ha Kang. Speakers are from different units of Georgia Tech. 

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The Workshop on Dynamics and Control is part of the Georgia Tech Mathematics and Applications Portal (GT-MAP) Seminars series, organized by Sung Ha Kang . Speakers come from different units of Georgia Tech.

The workshop will launch the thematic semesters on Dynamics in Fall 2017 and Control in Spring 2018 for GT-MAP activities.This is a two-day workshop, the first day focusing on the theme of Dynamics, and the second day focusing on the theme of Control. Light refreshments will be served througout the event.

The workshop will be held in Klaus Advanced Computing Building, Room 2447. More information is available at http://gtmap.gatech.edu/events/gt-map-workshop-dynamics-and-control

Here is the tentative schedule  and PROGRAM 

Thursday Aug 17

9:30-10:20 Chethan Pandarinath (GT BME) on "High performance brain-machine interfaces through innovations in control algorithm design"

10:20-10:40 coffee break

10:40-11:30 Daniel Goldman (GT Physics)

11:30-12:20 Sam Brown (GT Bio Sci.) on "Effective and evolutionarily robust infection control"

12:20-1:50 lunch break

1:50-2:40 Matthew McDowell (GT ME) on "In situ Characterization of Dynamic Processes in
Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage"

2:40-3:30 Jorge Laval (GT CE)

3:30-3:50 coffee break

3:50-4:40 Martin Short (GT Math) on "Modeling and predicting urban crime – How data
assimilation helps bridge the gap between stochastic and continuous models"

Friday Aug 18

9:30-10:20 Eric Feron (GT AE) on "The growing need for proofs in Aerospace Information
systems"

10:20-10:40 coffee break

10:40-11:30 Evangelos Theodorou (GT AE)

11:30-12:20 Fumin Zhang (ECE) on "Learning and Predicting Human Intentions Through
Interactions"

12:20-1:50 lunch break

1:50-2:40 Panos Tsiotras (GT AE) on "Computing Optimal Trajectories: From Continuous to
Discrete and from Deterministic to Stochastic and Back"

2:40-3:30 Marcus J. Holzinger (GT AE)

3:30-3:50 coffee break

3:50-4:40 Martha Grover (GT Chem Bio Eng) on "Crystallization Control using Dynamic Programming"

Please feel free to join us.  No need to register.

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Additional Information

In Campus Calendar
Yes
Groups

College of Sciences

Invited Audience
Faculty/Staff, Graduate students, Undergraduate students
Categories
Seminar/Lecture/Colloquium
Keywords
_for_math_site_, GT-MAP, College of Sciences, School of Mathematics
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  • Created On: Aug 16, 2017 - 9:29am
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