Prof. Leonid Fridman UNAM (Mexico) visited the University of Agder (UiA) and made a guest lecture “Sliding Mode Controllers: stages of evolution” for PhDs and academic staff from the Department of Engineering at UiA. Researchers from UiA and UNAM recently published a joint paper at VSS2018 conference and are working on further sliding-mode based approaches […]
Researchers of TU Ilmenau in cooperation with colleagues from the Hori-Fujimoto Laboratory of the University of Tokyo have performed comparative analysis of different control methods for the wheel slip control. The tests were done on the electric vehicle Kanon with four in-wheel motors. Among other control methods, the new continuous twisting sliding mode approach, proposed […]
The CLOVER consortium in cooperation with the MSCA ITN ITEAM has organized a Special Session “Advanced Motion Control Systems for Smart, Green and Integrated Vehicles” on the 15th IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control at Tokyo, Japan. Eight presentations were done by the speakers from UK, Czech Republic, France, Netherlands, Italy and Germany: “On […]
The participants of the CLOVER consortium are organizing Special Session “Motion Control in Highly Dynamic Mechatronic Systems” at IECON2018 Conference to be held in Washington, DC, USA, 21-23.10.2018. The consortium will be glad to present recent results in different topics related to the CLOVER research programme. The Call for Papers can be downloaded here: Call for Papers
The CLOVER has successfully organized Special Session at IEEE IECON 2017 Conference in Beijing, China. The Special Session included two time slots with 12 great presentations from CLOVER community and invited speakers. The joint presentation of TU Ilmenau, University of Agder, University of Leeds and TU Graz can be seen here.
The Special Session “Motion Control in Highly Dynamic Mechatronic Systems” organized by Michael Ruderman, Hiroshi Fujimoto and Valentin Ivanov at IECON2017 reached 2 session slots with overall 12 accepted papers including 4 papers from the CLOVER partners.
3 months Secondment (April – June 2017) from UiA to UTokyo has been devoted to investigation of unknown and uncertain backlash nonlinearities in actuator systems. UiA and UTokyo are to publish results in a joint journal paper. Picture: In motion control Lab at UTokyo. From left to right: Hiroshi Fujimoto, Shota Yamada, Michael Ruderman