CLOVER fellows from Technische Universität Ilmenau and Universitetet i Agder successfully organized a Special Session “Advanced Design Methods for Complex Mechatronic Systems and Systems of Mechatronic Systems” at the IEEE ICM2021 conference, where several CLOVER partners could present their recent research works within the project. Special Session has accommodated 12 original research papers in total, […]
The CLOVER project has been presented at EuroScience Open Forum – ESOF2020 at Trieste, Italy. Nick Van Kelecom (Siemens) delivered speech “Remote, distributed and shared testing – Viewpoints from a simulation and testing solutions provider”, where connection of the CLOVER project with the Horizon 2020 project XILforEV has been introduced. The presentation can be downloaded […]
The antagonistic hydraulic setup for real-time control developments and tests, created by UIA within the framework of the CLOVER project, has been recognized by the European Commission as one of the great EU-funded innovations. More information can be found here.
External users can request on-demand free access to the following software codes, created in the CLOVER project: Finite-time estimation of time-varying frequency signals in low-inertia power systems; Backstepping induced variable gain sliding mode control; Parameters preference for continuous super-twisting-like algorithm based on H-infinity norm analysis; Higher order sliding mode observer for LTI systems with unknown […]
A joint study of Technische Universität Ilmenau, the University of Tokyo and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México with results from the CLOVER project has been published in IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics. The paper entitled “Wheel Slip Control for the Electric Vehicle with In-Wheel Motors: Variable Structure and Sliding Mode Methods” presents results of joint […]