A paper entitled “Higher order sliding mode inspired nonlinear discrete-time observer” with CLOVER results has been published by the researchers of TUG in Elsevier Journal Systems and Control Letters. The paper is in Open Access and can be downloaded here: <link>.
CLOVER Fellows Johann Reger and Christoph Weise, together with co-authors, have received the Best Paper Award on IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics 2021. Their study, dedicated to the positioning of a linear drive system, has used results also obtained duing the project secondments. The full text of the paper can be downloaded here: <link>.
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.